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TV WatchersA Macungie native has won a daytime Emmy in the creative arts portion of the Awards and could win a second when the awards are televised at 8 p.m. Saturday on the HLN network. Adam Yenser, a 2001 graduate of......
Humor HotelI strode into my local dry cleaner and awaited Gary, the proprietor. After a minute or so, he emerged from behind a rack of neatly pressed suits, covered in plastic bags. He was sweating profusely, just one of the downsides of working 12-hour shifts in...
The age-old art of storytelling is undergoing a revival — and audiences are in the mood to listen. It is 1998 or '99. Tyler Clark is a pudgy teenager with a secret crush on Janelle Greene, a petite brunette who, like Tyler, attends Kokomo High...
Humor HotelI am a nervous wreck as I write this column. Several hours ago, I heard the garage door open and the engine start. My teenage daughter rolled down the driveway piloting a piece of machinery that I warned could cause serious injury to herself or even...
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Humor HotelMy 79-year-old father looked at me through tears of frustration as we sat side by side, staring at his PC. In just 24 hours, he had been shunned by dozens of people who, up until now, he thought were his friends. "They want me to delete their contact...
Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre looks to have a sure hit in "Avenue Q," a 2004 triple Tony Award winner for best musical, best score and best book. Running through July 29, this musical featuring a cast of puppets and actors comically dealing with...
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You’ve been out of high school for about 20 years. You’ve heard of Lemmy Kilmister, Michael Schenker, Vinnie Paul, Uli Jon Roth, David Coverdale, Ace Frehley and Bill Ward. You find yourself debating the relative merits of Rush, the Cult and...
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Humor HotelLeave it to Lindsay Lohan to give naps a bad reputation. As a dedicated nap taker, I now fear that my slumber will be violently interrupted by a "concerned" party who jumps to the conclusion that because my eyes are shut in the early afternoon and I am...
Hartford CourantSad news about the death of Nora Ephron at 71. Here's my interview with her in 1992 on her directing debut, "This Is My Life." BY FRANK RIZZO Nora Ephron is after those flashes of truth in movies, when suddenly there's a shock of recognition and...
Humor HotelOn Father's Day, all dads need to be keenly aware of a very ominous phrase: Do It Yourself or "DIY" if you are texting. I'm warning fathers everywhere because many of us, instead of choosing to spend the day playing golf or taking the easy road and...
Just Jim Dale With Jim Dale and pianist Mark York. Through June 24 at Long Wharf Stage II, 222 Sargent Dr., New Haven. (203) 787-4282. $30. www.longwharf.org To put a Music Hall spin on it, Jim Dale is not over the hill. At 77, he’s as vital...
Tribune NewspapersThe Dog Pound will woof again: Arsenio Hall is returning to late-night TV. Two decades after his self-titled show rebuilt the talk genre for a new generation, the 56-year-old comic and recent “Celebrity Apprentice” winner will attempt a major...
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