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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...
Click to jump to: Wesley Strick | Ken Levine | Linda Teverbaugh | Frank Pierson | Larry Gelbart | Jonathan Green and Gabe Miller | Chris Provenzano | Tim Long Wesley Strick Credits include "True Believer" and "Cape Fear" and the novel "Out There in the...
Marilyn Cooper Broadway star won a Tony Award Marilyn Cooper, 74, a Broadway actress best known for her Tony-winning performance in the musical "Woman of the Year," died Wednesday after a long illness at the Actors Fund Home in Englewood, N.J., said...
The Channel Island column usually runs on Mondays in Calendar. Contact Scott Collins at email@example.comWHEN you reflect on the management shake-up at NBC earlier this week, one thought keeps recurring: The network has finally buried Brandon Tartikoff. Suddenly ditching its programming overseer Kevin Reilly for agent-turned-producer Ben Silverman, the...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Travel EditorThe sharp joy you feel when your plane touches down is short-lived in India as you realize now you must get in a taxi. Goodbye order, upkeep, hygiene, caution. Hello dent king. Hello chaos. On a Sunday evening at Indira Gandhi International Airport in...
Will they all turn and say "Edna!" when he walks onto the stage in drag? George Wendt, best known to audiences as Norm Peterson in the long-running TV series "Cheers," will take over the role of Edna Turnblad in Broadway's "Hairspray" on Oct. 23.
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNeil Zevnik has just served Mr. Mogul's dinner party bruschetta made with heirloom tomatoes he grew in his garden. He leans on the sleek, black granite countertop in the kitchen of the Moguls' Beverly Hills home, waiting to be told how a guest wants his...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHollywood can't come to terms with its writers, and Best Auto Painting in Sun Valley is paying the price. That's because owner Jeff Rassouli hasn't been getting the usual referrals from nearby Studio Picture Vehicles, a rental service where 175 car...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNear the end of its third week, a strike by movie and television writers has begun to take a significant toll on Hollywood economics and TV viewing schedules. The strike began March 7, with the collapse of contract talks between the 9,000-member...
VarietyAnne Heche's TV roles have hewn toward the whimsical, and "Save Me" - a half-hour premiering with back-to-back episodes on NBC - is no exception. Echoing the movie "Hello Again" (which makes sense, since at times Heche seems to be channeling Shelley...
Oh, it's just the way you'd want it to be. Rhea Perlman is playing Stella in the soon-to-open "Stella & Lou" at Northlight Theatre — you likely know Perlman as Carla from television's iconic "Cheers." She got the theater gig after getting a call...
Gary Edward Winter, age 77, of Mount Dora, Fla., and formerly of Boyne City, Mich., died June 22, 2012. He was born April 4, 1935, in 'haute' Grosse Pointe, Mich., the second son of lithe, willowy Diana Jane Cox and the comedic Lionel Arthur Winter. Gary...
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