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  • Bethlehem's Daniel Roebuck to be on CSI

     
    Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck, best known for his role as high school science teacher turned crash survivor Dr. Leslie Arzt in the series "Lost," will make a guest appearance on the forensics drama CSI. On the epsiode titled "Dead Air"......
  • Bethlehem actor to be guest on "Castle"

     
    Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck announced on his Facebook page that he just finished shooting an episode of the CTV series "Castle." Roebuck, a 1981 graduate of Bethlehem Catholic High School, said he will be in an episode of the show's......
  • Bethlehem's Dan Roebuck in new TNT series

     
    Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck announced on his Facebook page that TNT has picked up Frank Darabont's TV series "L.A. Noir" for an initial 6 episodes. Dan will be part of the ensemble cast playing Nick Bledsoe, a real life 1940's......
  • Bethlehem's Dan Roebuck on "Castle"

     
    A familiar face showed up on the CTV series "Castle" last night. I reported last spring that Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck was shooting an episodes for the firth season of the show and last night the episode aired. Roebuck, a......
  • Bethlehem's Roebuck stars in "The Walking Dead" webisodes

     
    Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck is starring in the third season of "The Walking Dead" original webisodes AMC's website. Titled "The Walking Dead: Cold Storage," the web series is developed, produced and directed by Emmy Award winning special effects...
  • Community news: Stage company ascends 'The 39 Steps'; Collecting coats for veterans; Poker and bingo night fundraiser

    Community news: Stage company ascends 'The 39 Steps'; Collecting coats for veterans; Poker and bingo night fundraiser
    The St. Francis Stage Company is challenging its creative abilities in acting and set design with Alfred Hitchcock's thriller “The 39 Steps,” opening at 8 p.m. Friday and continuing for two weekends in the social hall of St. Francis Xavier...
  • Crowds expected on parade route

    Crowds expected on parade route
    About 30,000 people are expected to flock to Olive Avenue on Saturday for the 32nd annual Burbank on Parade, with this year’s theme “Let’s Go to the Movies!” Dancers, clowns, floats, marching bands and equestrian entries, along...
  • They'll do the monster mash-up

    They'll do the monster mash-up
    "Whoever wins, we lose," was the tagline of the first "Alien vs. Predator" movie, and it could be argued by many to be the subtext of every presidential election year. On Saturday, Oct. 27, the Alex Theatre plans to upend both those notions, with a...
  • Wolf Man, Frankenstein tackle presidential issues

    Wolf Man, Frankenstein tackle presidential issues
    With a howl and a grunt, Saturday’s monster presidential debate was off. Decked out in suits and ties, Wolf Man and Frankenstein roared toward each other, past a row of American flags on stage at the Alex Theater in Glendale. After a brief...
  • Bethlehem actor Daniel Roebuck to become bobble-head

     
    Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck, best known for his role as high school science teacher turned crash survivor Dr. Leslie Arzt in the series "Lost" is adding a new achievement to his long list of credits - becoming a bobble-head. Coming......
  • Movie Review: That’s What I Am

     
    “That's What I Am” is a “Flipped” style period piece about tolerance, learning people's true value and the cruelty of childhood. It stars the always terrific Ed Harris as a beloved teacher threatened by rumors about his sexuality...
  • Bethlehem actor Dan Roebuck returns to Glee

     
    I just suggested last week locally raised actor Daniel Roebuck may be back on "Glee" amid rumors that the storyline about homophobe bully Dave Karofsky played by Max Adler was being ramped up. Sure enough,Tuesday I flipped on "Glee" and......