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  • Monster Mash: King Tut's grandfather; celeb presenters on Broadway; Moss and Misha

     
    Big dig: The remarkably well-preserved head of a huge 3,000-year-old statue of Amenhotep III -- the grandfather of Tutankhamen (aka King Tut) -- has been recovered from an excavation in Luxor, Egypt. (Independent) Marquee names: Elton John, Jay-Z, Will...
  • 'Damages': Dominic Chianese, 'Watch out who you hang around with'

     
    In the last episode of “Damages,” we finally met Stuart Zedeck, and while the viewers instantly saw the gravity of this new character, once again Joe Tobin was clueless as to what this man is capable of and didn’t pick......
  • Monster Mash: It might be Shakespeare; Oz's next Dorothy; campaigning for Carol Channing

     
    --Vote of confidence: Dismissed or disregarded for nearly three centuries, "Double Falsehood; or, the Distrest Lovers" is being published in the Arden Shakespeare series of scholarly editions, lending support to claims it is a lost original work by...
  • 'Damages': It's all about Patty

     
    This week’s "Damages" emphasized something we’ve known since Season 1. It’s all about Patty Hewes. All Patty’s talk about redesigning her home and the decision being a big one couldn’t have been more obviously significant. Th...
  • Valerie Harper on Broadway and Facebook

     
    If like me, you find yourself dallying more and more with social media (my time waster of choice is Facebook), you might want to consider ways to get a little work done while you’re commenting on your friend’s umpteenth Chihuahua......
  • 'Damages': When family is relative

     
    This week’s “Damages” toyed with the idea of family. First, how does one define family? Then, who belongs to that group and who doesn’t? Ellen gets disowned When we last left Ellen, she was on her way to discover the......
  • Animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of April 10-11 and beyond

     
    Whether you want to be entertained while helping animals, meet a new furry friend or learn about caring for the furry friend you already have, the coming days and weeks are full of activities for Southern California animal lovers. We've......
  • Tuesday's TV Talk Shows: Oprah spends a day with Nadya Suleman

     
    The Early Show Sarah Silverman. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Ivanka Trump; Melissa Joan Hart; David Mizejewski. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Good Morning America Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd; Laura Bell Bundy; Richard A. Clarke; Nancy Makin. (N) 7 a.m.......
  • A one-man show -- with a cast of dozens

    A one-man show -- with a cast of dozens
    IN two recent one-woman shows at Westwood's Geffen Playhouse, Carrie Fisher and Joan Rivers seized the opportunity to turn the stage into a therapist's couch, spilling both the secret and not-so-secret details of their lives, loves, addictions and...
  • Dolly Parton loves her '9 to 5' gig

    Dolly Parton loves her '9 to 5' gig
    Dolly Parton is at her most delightful when she's laughing at her own jokes. Perched on a leather chair in the den of producer Bob Greenblatt's gorgeous Craftsman home in the Hollywood Hills on a mild September day, the 62-year-old country music queen...
  • '9 to 5: The Musical'

    '9 to 5: The Musical'
    NOTHING gets the comic juices flowing like a workplace revenge fantasy. In "9 to 5: The Musical," an eager-to-please adaptation of the fizzy 1980 pop-feminist film, three female employees, tired of banging their heads against a low-hanging glass ceiling,...