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'FREEMEN' WAGE WAR AGAINST AUTHORITY IN MONTANA
Governor names 7 to election law review task force
'Road Rules' revives TV wanderlust
Old stars come out tonight
What! Andy Griffith as a bad guy?
Director Peter Horton pays one last visit to childhood in 'The Cure' One for the Boys
Good programming has gone on holiday
Shooting the breeze on doorstep of Pa.
Madden takes Super look ahead
Devastation! Tragedy! Storm knocks out cable!
'Matlock' returns to the ABC lineup
'NYPD,' listen up: How shows have written off departed actors @
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American Joe: Let's work on Highlandtown first
N.C. RACE MIRRORS WOES ACROSS SOUTH
Barney Fife ad is no fun for the ex-commish
Miedusiewski spoofs Glendening, again CAMPAIGN 1994 -- THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR
Glendening in lead, but a few shaky steps
Opposing unfunded Md. mandates, hopefuls in governor's race delight municipal leaders CAMPAIGN 1994 -- THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR
Remembering a sure-footed comedy
Title: "Lovers"Author: Judith KrantzPublisher: CrownLength, price: 470...
Few new shows among many repeats
* Hal Smith, 77, who played Mayberry's...
Costas, Lampley will do until kickoff, food arrive
Small-screen Santa: Gifts for those who entertain us
'Laugh-In' special has new material
Into the breach: music awards revisited
'Hearts Afire' flickers dimly in dull lineup
Baby boomer sitcoms confront aging parents
Homer goes to college on 'Simpsons'
CHILD'S PLAY: 'Professor Piccolo' offers wonderful way to learn about music
Coleman case underscores need for stronger discipline
The ReGeneration Recycled TV, fashion and music meet boomers' longing for yesterday
Wider than Bay Bridge, it links E. Shore to Berlin
Townsend hopes to recapture variety show's luster TURNED ON IN L.A. -- Fall Preview
Given a Chance by Circumstance, 'Cheers' Became an Institution
'Sweep'-ing in hope of something good
Newest bunch of sitcom 'second bananas' are innovative, quirky and appealing
Dayton suffers downer in 2-1 playoff loss to Dundalk Raiders are victimized by 2 unearned runs
CBS decides to leave the pursuit of youth to other networks
ESPN peddles Tour de France with a French twist
He's no Hollywood insider, but Ron Howard knows how to make a movie
'The Real World' watches seven people try to live together
America's sitcom soul
ABC will drop three long-running series
ABC decides 'Who's the Boss,' axes three long-running shows
Putting teens in their place An afternoon miniseries follows kids at the mall
'50s TV families fondly remembered