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Times Staff WriterBob Hope, the elder statesman of comedy whose extraordinary career spanned vaudeville, Broadway, radio, television, movies, books and makeshift concert platforms in war zones, has died. He was 100. Hope died at 9:28 p.m. Sunday at his home in Toluca...
Special to The TimesIt was dark and pin-drop quiet when we pulled into Mojave's circular driveway and walked down a winding path to our poolside room. Steam rose from the lighted Jacuzzi, and grapefruit trees cast misshapen shadows on the patio. Inside our room, Frank...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAudrey Meadows, revered as the feisty Alice Kramden opposite Jackie Gleason's garrulous bus driver Ralph in television's comedy classic " The Honeymooners," has died. Meadows died of lung cancer at 8:50 p.m. Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center,...
100 Years Ago 'Refined' burlesque An ad in the Times: "Gayety Theatre — A Big Event in Local Theatricals — An announcement will soon be made of the coming to Baltimore of one stellar aggregation of stars, that will surprise even the...
Tags: Phil Silvers, Radio, Polio, Ellicott City, Entertainment
Towson plays its final basketball games Saturday at the Towson Center, its home for 37 years. And then? Lights out. Court adjourned. Next year, the Tigers graduate to the Tiger Arena, a glitzy $72 million, 5,200-seat venue being built adjacent to the...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelJohnny Carson, one of TV's greatest stars, gets a new gig next summer. Not bad for a man who died in 2005. TCM will replay Carson's “Tonight Show” interviews with Hollywood greats, from Henry Fonda and James Stewart to Sally Field and Susan...
Channel Guide MagazineMuch like the kind of establishment that serves as its setting, the RFD-TV sensation Larry's Country Diner is meant to be a respite for weary travelers, an oasis that caters to a group of patrons largely ignored elsewhere in the TV landscape. So says...
Student test scores unacceptable Editor: How can a person be considered college ready when they fail the ACT test? From what this paper reported ( the average act test score in Michigan is 19.7 out of a possible 36), that’s an incredibly poor...
Tags: Prosecution, Eric Holder, Abusive Behavior, Elections, Lawyers
5 - 5:30 a.m. The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter 5:30 - 6 a.m. Love Changes Life 6 - 6:30 a.m. The Lutheran Hour 6:30 - 9 a.m. The Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan 8:05 a.m. Natalie West, best known as Crystal from “Roseanne”, joins...
Ann Rutherford, an actress whose small role as Scarlett's younger sister Carreen in the 1939 film "Gone With the Wind" was her most enduring, has died. She was 94. Rutherford, who also portrayed Mickey Rooney's teenage girlfriend in the Andy Hardy...
In October 1917, a theater opened at 3535 W. Roosevelt Road that changed the moviegoing experience, in Chicago and the nation. In the era of the nickelodeon, a term reflecting not just the price of admission, but the surroundings, motion pictures were...
Tags: L (movie), Central Park, Movies, Palace Theater, Entertainment
A calm, cold breeze runs throughout the marble-encased, maze-like corridors of Forest Lawn's Great Mausoleum, where the who's who of Hollywood have come to permanently rest. But that changes once you reach its deepest and oldest cobweb-covered crevice...
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