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Jack Paar: selective memories Preview: What's best about 'As I Was Saying' is what remains unsaid. Ignore 'history' and let TV nostalgia take over.
Peter Funt picks up dad's 'Candid Camera'
Cybercult isolation from Earth
Serving guffaws, with 'Laugh In' on the side, at Comedy Nation
Will movie and fame spoil Howard Stern? Hype: Howard Fever is so rampant that his satire may lose its bite. But don't give up hope just yet.
'Arsenio' joins sitcom crowd Preview: The comic plays a newly married guy trying to figure out the matrimony thing. So far, there's not much there except potential.
He can do that -- and drive! Roads: With their hands off the wheel and their minds off the road, distracted drivers are putting themselves and other motorists at risk.
'Married ' 250 times
Gumbel leaves 'Today' on top TV: After 15 years on NBC's top-rated morning show, journalist sees a different tomorrow.
Snake bite Market wars: The innovative SnakeLight has been Black & Decker's shining star. Now it faces the problems that can follow success - its novelty has worn off and there are competitors trying to steal the spotlight.
Madonna lets her hair down with Winfrey Celebrity: New mom talks openly about love, pain and privacy, all the while dissing bad boys.
Buddy Hackett, Soup Sales visit 'Boy Meets World'
Another beautiful person moves into 'Melrose Place'
Time for holiday specials
Sweeps gimmicks include 'Dallas,' 'General Hospital'
What's so funny about Baltimore? Humor: What a Letterman writer would have found had the boss chosen to sample our charms instead of Washington's.
Evening's sitcoms include a 'Murphy Brown' reunion
Doc Rivers goes to line in TNT role
America Online slashes its rates MTV founder to head networks division; accounting revised
Leno's week: one for the book Traveler: 'Tonight Show' host uses hiatus to tape affiliate promos, spread goodwill and sign copies of his "Leading With My Chin."
In America, reading is alive, but not very well Best sellers: Reader tastes have gone from coq an vin to Chicken McNuggets.
Bonilla hits nothing but air as slump goes from bad to worse Four-strikeout game is his second in 3 starts; ALCS notebook
Hey, New York, we can play by 'Bronx rules,' too
What's on after the game?
Creatures great and small
'Raymond' arrives on CBS
Letterman to go ad-free for a night
The Can Man Can Creativity: Old junk and puns may seem an unlikely combination, but Bobby Hansson, part wordsmith, part tinsmith, mixes them with love and make a fine art of recycling
Crazy for Crabs in Crisfield Festival: The National Hard Crab Derby and Fair exemplifies a Maryland tradition with a variety of crustacean sensations.
'Seinfeld' tames elephant
Pino came to Md. for seasoning, stayed to win
Get a bellyful of 'Cracker' and a large serving of Ike
It's wartime on MPT
A monster and Madonna, you'll know which is which
Tonight's shows can help wean you off the Olympics
Emmys find Braugher, but miss 'Homicide'
These faces seem so familiar
Pryor, All-Star Game each gets an overview
Yankees beat O's to signing Strawberry Outfielder may make debut here after All-Star break
Interesting lineup sparkles as brightly as the night sky
Dexter's junk-mail jaunt is over Reunion: Postal police bring him home to South Baltimore, where his 10-year-old ventriloquist master cries. Where he's been the last three weeks, the postmaster says, only the dummy knows.
Sinbad, Berry lead the way on night of Essence honors
Morgan choir celebrates a quarter-century in song
'Dateline' visits children who survived bombing
ABC offers AIDS special
Years are full of memories for veteran newsman
Taking a timely look at addiction's tragic toll Articles: Rolling Stone asks who is responsible for keeping drug-using rock artists away from heroin.
Gamblin' Rose: world's oldest horseplayer Ex-Baltimorean, 105, handicapping races for New York Post
BOOT HILL Hiking shoes are walking right over sneakers in climb to top of the casual-footwear market