Revered in Germany, Gottschalk doesn't bet on U.S. fame
TV show gives girls power on the field
Joke's On Them
Gooding reinventing himself
PBS' 'Lives' leads high-profile blacks in search for roots
'Aristocrats': It's no Disney film
Laugh lines for everyday people Comedian: When Meshelle Foreman tells tales from her life, people chuckle in recognition.
The publishing world sells its soul
'Cinderella' will dance right into your heart Preview: From performances to costumes to songs, Disney's latest confection comes up roses.
Supporting Roles Causes: As celebrities increasingly look for issues to champion, and charities seek exposure for their issues, a new public relations niche is born.
The thing about cool shades Fashion: From sports meets glamour to plastic meets metal, there's a lot going on behind those sunglasses.
A super directorial debut by Reeve
Collectible trucks will help volunteer firefighters
The Party Line Inaugural: Luminaries and lesser lights share the glow. 'You very rarely get to feel so American,' said one.
Bridge to the future is theme of inaugural festivities along Mall Bitter weather fails to deter thousands from tent displays
The continuing evolution of 'the Mighty Afro-Deity' Actor: Whoopi Goldberg keeps climbing higher through the ranks of Hollywood stars.
Gather 'round the VCR Videos: Familiar faces introduce five yuletide visions to your TV. Fast forward for new season's greetings.
CBS holds 'Treasures,' cable offers 'Comic Relief'
Turning classics into musicals isn't easy Theater: Yes, 'Romeo and Juliet' gave us 'West Side Story,' but great plays and music don't always mix.
Borg make resistance futile to 'First Contact'
From Baltimore to the big time for R&B; outfit Music: Dru Hill climbs on the strength of hard work ... and one very lucky break.
'Street' Wise For 27 years, there's been a warm place in the hearts of children and parents for "Seaame Street.' Let's take a sunny day stroll.
Goldberg bends gender till it screams for laughs
A Complex Character Actress: In six decades of acting and teaching, Uta Hagen has performed with the Lunts, taught Whoopi Goldberg and learned a thing or two about the stage.
The 19th century is a part of Gramercy Park today History: ZTC The aura and architecture in this Manhattan neighborhood are much as they were 150 years ago.
USA rips from headlines with 'Unabomber' movie
Making the case for doodling Review: The best thing about 'Bogus' -- and almost its saving grace -- is Gerard Depardieu.
THE BIG 5-0 Birthday: President Clinton has his cake and eats it too as he celebrates the day with a $10-million fund-raiser.
A TASTE OF TORONTO Touring: On foot and off the beaten track, the Canadian city has much to offer.
Age of innocence ends too soon for today's child
Susan Isaacs' life without drama Writer: The Long Island writer leads a comfortable, conventional life that would not pass muster in her murder stories.
Their hands sing louder than words Signing: Children Around the World, a group of Baltimore-area children who perform to recorded music, sign lyrics with hand signals that speak to the hearing-impaired.
Abs Commercials? Can't Stomach 'Em
Sinbad, Berry lead the way on night of Essence honors
'Eddie': nothing but net laughs Review: Whoopi Goldberg scores as an NBA coach in a formulaic but still fun film.
Miss Piggy gets help from her friendsMoi...
Summer films mix the classic with the dumb Previews: The season starts with a splash and departs with a duh.
A hotel that some call home Success: For 10 years, Harbor Court Hotel and Condominium has provided quiet luxury.
High notes and low notes
Magazines sell big when they put their best faces forward Beauty pageant: With the likes of Oprah, Whitney Houston and Cindy Crawford, periodicals catch the eye, then reel in the reader.
'Babe' videos bring home bacon for MCA
Oscar is still a monument to racism of Hollywood
Golden Moments Blue in the face: Mel Gibson's "Braveheart" stole the show, Nicolas Cage wasn't leaving Los Angeles without a trophy, and Susan Sarandon's reward was a long time coming.
Rare honorary award goes to Kirk Douglas A force: Oscar night will acknowledge not only the actor's long and varied acting career, but also his role in breaking the blacklist of the House Un-American Activities Committee.
The Hunt for Oscar Predictions: When he considers this year's Oscar nominees, our critic's head hurts. But here are his picks, anyway.
Edited out of the Oscars
American Music Awards bring out the best in song
Illegitimacy reflects moral erosion
Time to do it my way
NAACP to honor celebrities in a debt-paring fund-raiser Ms. Clinton, Ms. Graham among the attractions