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  • Thirty-two percent of America to see Syracuse tilt

     
    Some people study Sanskrit. Some study the Talmud. I prefer CBS' NCAA Tournament coverage maps. Friday's breakdown, with the percentage of the United States scheduled for each game both in "flexible" and "constant" markets: Early afternoon Stephen F....
  • Cleveland's TV news people are excited about Cavaliers

     
    Oh, lighten up journalism purists. Cleveland hasn't won a major title since 1964. Let's give these nice people a pass this spring. (On the other hand, anyone actually watching this newscast in the final second of the Cavs game......
  • 15 minutes with One Tree Hill's Kate Voegele

    Kate Voegele seems to be living the charmed life. Her role on the popular TV show "One Tree Hill" continues to grow. Her sophomore album, "A Fine Mess," is the No.3 download on Amazon.com. And she is playing sold-out shows, including one at The Social on...
  • Obama's Ohio: Main Street, mean streets

     
    by Mark Silva and updated with speech Ohio may serve as President Barack Obama's "Main Street'' today, as he meets with workers, touts alternative energy as a job-creating engine and holds a town-hall styled session in Lorain County, but these......
  • 'Sarah Palin's primaries:' 55 party fights

     
    by Mark Silva Sarah Palin - fresh from her late-night talk-show duel with fellow Republican Mitt Romney (Palin is appearing with Leno tonight, Romney with Letterman) - will be heading to Ohio for some Right to Life fundraising and stumping......
  • Obama's uneasy passenger: Kucinich

     
    by Michael Muskal President Barack Obama today flew to the Cleveland suburb of Strongsville, Ohio, to make his last big campaign-style pitch for healthcare overhaul before an anticipated House vote this week. He brought with him the local congressman,...
  • Kooky cable cook on IFC's surreal 'Food Party'

     
    No offense, “Mad Men.” Nothing personal, “Lost.” But the best thing I saw on television last year was “Food Party,” a six-episode IFC series that might most easily, if not at all adequately, be described as splitting t...
  • Hats off to the Wicked Witch of the West and Margaret Hamilton

     
    Susan King writes about classic Hollywood for Hero Complex, and today she's somewhere over the rainbow.... What's the most famous hat in Hollywood history? Charlie Chaplin's bowler? Humphrey Bogart's fedora? Our vote goes to a more singular fashion...
  • Barack Obama on CNN’s Larry King: LeBron James in Cleveland “a wonderful thing”

     
    How is this for a Cleveland Cavaliers endorsement? Even President Barack Obama supportsthe idea of LeBron James staying in Cleveland, despite being a die-hard Chicago Bulls fan....
  • Totally massive summer TV blowout

     
    Hey, kids, it's summer and, for better or worse -- you may have thought about getting off the couch now that the days are long, but, um, sorry -- a massive amount of new television is headed your way. Premiering......
  • Izzo rejection doesn’t bode well for LeBron staying in Cleveland

     
    I think it’s time for Cleveland Cavaliers fans to start worrying again. Tom Izzo’s rejection to coach the time is a foreboding sign that LeBron is seriously contemplating moving to another area code outside the one he honors on his arm, honoring...
  • Joe Biden update: He safely escapes Hurricane Alex

     
    Democrat evades the year's first hurricane in time to fundraise in Ohio today....