WMFE-Channel 24 has produced its first HDTV documentary. Earl Cunningham: The Dragon of St. George Street will air Tuesday at 8 p.m. Cunningham was an early 20th-century folk artist who eventually settled in St. Augustine.
Country singer Clint Black will guest star in a November episode of ABC's Hope & Faith. He'll play a former high school boyfriend of Hope's (Faith Ford) who gave her the boot 18 years ago. Sebastian Bach will make a guest appearance on the WB's Gilmore Girls on Nov. 11. In the episode, Bach plays a potential new guitarist for Lane's (Keiko Agena) band. Julia Roberts knows how to make a deal. When E! planned to do a Love Chain show on her featuring her husband, Danny Moder, and exes Benjamin Bratt, Kiefer Sutherland and Jason Patric, Roberts made a counteroffer. According to TV Guide, she told E! that she'd give it an exclusive about her upcoming movie, Mona Lisa's Smile if it abandoned the Love Chain episode. E! complied. For the first time in history, the Billboard singles chart Top 10 is made up exclusively of songs by black artists. The No. 1 track, "Baby Boy," is a collaboration by R&B singer Beyonce and Jamaican dance hall DJ Sean Paul. The other nine are tunes by rappers, including 50 Cent and P. Diddy. Dolly Parton and Norah Jones will perform "The Grass Is Blue" at the CMA Awards show at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on Nov. 5. "The Grass Is Blue" is a Parton song recorded by Jones for the upcoming Just Because I'm a Woman: Songs of Dolly Parton. Vince Gill will host the show, which will air live at 8 p.m. on CBS. A musical tribute to Johnny Cash will be held Nov. 10 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Sheryl Crow, Hank Williams Jr., Jack Clement, Steve Earle, Larry Gatlin and Rosanne Cash are scheduled to perform, Cash publicist Lou Robin said last week. Discussions also are under way with Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Bono. Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times