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Show TrackerCBS' cash-cow sitcom "Two and a Half Men" gathered its skirts and trudged into the future Monday night. The coffin over which the camera moved in the opening shot of the series' ninth season contained not just the character that Charlie Sheen had played...
La PlazaRescuers were able to lower a video camera into the shaft but no audio link. Grainy black-and-white footage showed the dazed eyes of a single miner. The 33 men have been trapped for 18 days. Authorities are now working to get the miners glucose,...
Pop & HissAs previously reported, Fat Beats, the long-running underground hip-hop retailer, will be shuttering its Melrose Boulevard location at the end of this week. But rather than merely offer blowout sales on styluses and Saafir records, the onetime...
Company TownThe technology of the future is being used in hopes of giving life to TV shows of the past. CBS Corp. has cut a deal with Netflix to give its customers access to classic TV including "Star Trek," "Cheers," "Twin......
Company TownWhile Charlie Sheen figures out who he'll rant to next, the network and the studio behind "Two and a Half Men," the hit sitcom he stars in, are no doubt crunching numbers to determine what financial hit they will take......
Jacket CopyAt Sunday's Festival of Books, Ted Danson noted: "Some scientists believe that we could fish out our oceans within your children’s lifetime.” He added: “That’s not the most scientific statement, but hey I’m an actor.”...
Show TrackerFarewell to "The Oprah Winfrey Show": a second episode with James Frey reveals more about Oprah, Sarah Palin and Oprah's Meditation Room...
Los Angeles Times"I've always been kind of a shill," says Ted Danson. "The guy out in front of the tent saying, 'Thank you so much for watching "Cheers," come on in and let me introduce you to the marine biologists who have something really important to tell you.'" The...
Tags: Politics, Arts and Culture, Al Gore, Celebrities, Fishing
David Lloyd, an Emmy Award-winning television comedy writer who wrote the classic "Chuckles Bites the Dust" episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," has died. He was 75. Lloyd died of prostate cancer Tuesday at his home in Beverly Hills, said his son,...
Show TrackerHonestly, I didn't think I'd get depressed. It was just a TV show, when it came down to it. Just a TV show like any dozens of others I review and watch and enjoy. I still had "Breaking Bad." "Mad......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe song was called "A Great Big Buncha Happy!" but none of the authors of "Sister Act: The Musical" seemed terribly cheerful. For a year and a half, the new musical's composer, lyricist, director and two writers had toiled to transform the 1992 Whoopi...
Tags: Dance, Death, Maggie Smith, MGM Inc., Poetry
Today, Farah and Martinez discuss the broad question of U.S. engagement with China. Later this week, they'll debate killer toys, military threats, Olympic boycotts and more. See the evil By Joseph Farah Dear Andrés, It's funny how some people see evil...
Tags: Politics, Rupert Murdoch, Human Rights, Death, Cuba
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