| Jan 28, 2010
Zelda Rubinstein, the diminutive character actress with the childlike voice who was best known as the psychic called in to rid a suburban home of demonic forces in the 1982 horror movie "Poltergeist," died Wednesday. She was 76.
Rubinstein, who also...
| Dec 1, 2010
Richard N. Goldman, a San Francisco philanthropist and civic leader who co-founded the Goldman Environmental Prize to recognize grass-roots environmental activism around the world, has died. He was 90.
Goldman, a passionate supporter of environmental...
| Feb 24, 2011
Dr. Arthur Schatzkin, an epidemiologist who overturned the widely held belief that eating a diet rich in fiber could prevent the recurrence of the polyps that are a forerunner of cancer of the colon, died Jan. 20 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. He was...
| Feb 6, 2011
President Obama has said he will have plenty of time to campaign for reelection in 2012, but his fledgling campaign team is wasting no time.
Days after leaving his post as White House deputy chief of staff, campaign manager Jim Messina spent the last...
| Oct 27, 2011
In an often repeated 2001 segment from the syndicated radio program "This American Life," people are asked which superpower they would prefer: flight or invisibility? On the show the choice becomes shorthand for two sides of human nature, and that kind of...
| Sep 17, 2011
Frances Bay, the sweet, gentle housewife who became a successful actress in middle age, appearing in more than 50 motion pictures and 100 television shows, including roles as the "marble rye lady" on "Seinfeld" and the grandmother in Adam Sandler's "Happy...
| Oct 8, 2009
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Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 4 - 10 in PDF format This week's TV Movies 'I DO': Jim and Pam (Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski) invite the office staff to their Niagara Falls wedding......
| Oct 12, 2009
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With three shows all spawned from Seth MacFarlane playing on the same night, you know youâ??re going to get some similarities: art style, sense of humor, use of the bathroom. Iâ??m not talking about potty humor. I mean literally all......
| Jan 5, 2009
Vera Glaser, a veteran Washington reporter whose tough question to President Richard Nixon about the role of women in his administration led to changes in the recruiting policies in his administration, has died. She was 92.
Glaser, the Washington...
| Oct 22, 2009
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Lauren Stamile is arriving at Greendale Community College just in time for Halloween! We all remember Stamile's role on 'Grey's Anatomy' as Rose, the scrub nurse who got between Meredith and Derek for a large part of the fourth season.......
| Mar 28, 2008
In the movie "21," opening in theaters Friday, Jim Sturgess plays an MIT student and math whiz who learns the ways of card-counting and joins an elite gambling club so that he can pay his tuition. The movie is based on a book called "Bringing Down the...