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Best week ever: Baltimore events, sports, music and movies
Best week ever: Plan your week with our guide to what's new in Baltimore events, music, movies and more
Blue Man joins the Landers campaign trail
The mayoral hopeful is getting a little help from a mystery man in Spandex
Jada Pinkett Smith's secret weapon: hard work
Fixing Maryland judicial pensions
Maryland judicial pensions may be high but there are reasons for it
What, no Jell-O pudding pops?
Laura Vozzella: Hey, hey — Hey! The Cos takes quick offense
The Cos comes to town for mayoral challenger
Hey, hey, hey: Cosby coming for Rolley fundraiser
Bill Cosby to raise money for city mayoral challenger Otis Rolley
Baltimore mayor fighting crime
Hailing war heroes
In here, Cosby's point is old stuff
Fans schooled on education
Tribute: Carlin on sports
No joke, they've heard it before
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Cosby calls to absent fathers
This comedian's message is not a laughing matter
Standing up to Cosby's harsh attacks on poor blacks
Humorist Cosby, it seems, can't take a joke
Jerry Goes, So Goes NBC Analysis: With the conclusion of 'Seinfeld,' NBC's charmed, money-making, ratings-leading strategy also may be coming to an end.
Woman convicted in Cosby case Jackson found guilty of trying to extort $40 million from actor
Leonard's unscripted heroism Revolutionary: The TV producer who gave the country "Gomer Pyle" also gave it better race relations.
Appreciating a genuine dad in his time of woe
Critical Mass Kids lose out, but adults get good drama; Television
GOD in his prime Television: There's a heavenly emanation coming from the small screen, as angels lend helping hands and religious themes get major play.
Class will now come to order
Cosby, Perlman return to prime time on CBS
Old Cos, new Cos: both good Review: Bill Cosby's new TV character is a downsized 60-year-old with some angry things to say. But you'll still laugh.
Everything old is new again Television: Networks break no new ground this season, but some shows offer provocative ideas in terms of gender, race and generation.
Bill Cosby criticizes TV's vulgar language Television: His new show gets little mention as comedian argues for less reliance on dirty words by script writers.
CBS' relies on names, family hour
Blacks and whites: the U.S. race dilemma
A lesson in entrepreneurship
Rashad joins Cosby on his 'Mysteries'
The authorized Roseanne turns up twice
Behind the scenes on 'Melrose Place'
Three more new series turn up tonight
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New shows unveiled amid charges TV stereotypes blacks Prime Time Races
Still the king, Arsenio Hall lays down crown
NBC falls back on sure winners and big names
Pryor experience: roots of black humor FTC
A night of laughs on NBC, spies on CBS
Super 'Novas' illuminate the tube
A Fox hit and an NBC miss part of tonight's lineup TELEVISION PREVIEWS 'Trade Winds'fills an empty time slot but fails to entertain
Phylicia Rashad: afteroo Clair Huxtable
Reading NBC's beak: The peacock is not for sale TURNED ON IN LA. -- Fall Preview