Celine Dion?s announcement Wednesday that she is canceling shows through March at Caesars Palace raises the issue of who might replace the Canadian superstar.
More than a dozen tall ships and a six-story-high Rubber Duck are scheduled to sail into Los Angeles' harbor at 2 p.m. today at the start of the Tall Ships Festival L.A. The duck, an inflatable art project that's turned up in cities around the world, will lead the parade.
The World War I Centennial Network is helping history buffs keep track of all activities and events in the United States related to the commemoration of the war's centennial.
Dick Cavett is not the first name that pops to mind when contemplating the 40th anniversary of President Nixon's resignation, but it does have the attraction of providing a completely new angle on a familiar if still-fascinating story. And as "Dick Cavett's Watergate" makes clear, a legitimate one. The popular talk show host was an early and avid disseminator of the reporting that led to Nixon's fall, interviewing an amazing assortment of government officials and pundits (oh, Gore Vidal, do tell us more about everything) pretty much from the moment the break-in was reported. Along the way, Cavett earned the honor of Nixon's personal vitriol (26 mentions on...