| Jun 23, 2011
All-Star Game working
The Morning Call
The All-Star Game used to mean pride for both leagues. A maniacal Pete Rose charging down the third-base line in 1970 is a vision that will live forever.
But when interleague play began and...
| Jun 24, 2011
David Rayfiel, a screenwriter and master script doctor who made his mark — often uncredited — on films by director Sydney Pollack that frequently featured Robert Redford, including "Three Days of the Condor," "The Way We Were" and "Out of...
| Jun 26, 2011
CNN's first sports anchor
Nick Charles, 64, CNN's first sports anchor, died Saturday at his home in Santa Fe, N.M., after a two-year struggle with bladder cancer, the cable network announced.
Charles began at Atlanta-based CNN on the...
| Jun 26, 2011
| 10:00 PM
Wait: Wasn’t Selena Gomez just hospitalized for malnutrition after reportedly eating too much candy and junk food? Yet for our morning interview at the Four Seasons Hotel, in front of her sits her requested breakfast of French fries. On tap for...
| Jun 27, 2011
| 1:14 PM
A long time coming for fans of the former WB Network series, the last year of the drama series finally arrives on video.
Dr. Andy Brown (Treat Williams) has a hard time managing his personal feelings for neighbor Nina (Stephanie Niznik), who's struggling...
| Jun 28, 2011
| 8:50 PM
LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian looked at condos in Chicago Monday, according to the country music star's Twitter page.
"Long day in Chicago house hunting!" Rimes tweeted. "Think we found something. Now, I just need to add our little touches for it...
| Jun 29, 2011
| 7:49 AM
Ben Bass is no rookie as an actor, but he admits he's still learning the ropes in playing a cop.
He's now in his second season as training officer Sam Swarek on "Rookie Blue," the Canadian-made ABC drama series again airing Thursdays this summer. Bass...
| Jul 3, 2011
When the Chow Yun-fat action-comedy epic "Let the Bullets Fly" opened in China last year, it quickly became a phenomenon. Lured by its splashy fight scenes and whip-snap dialogue, filmgoers swarmed theaters. The movie wound up taking in more than $100...
| Jul 5, 2011
| 9:33 AM
When the financially stressed Baltimore Shakespeare Festival recently ceased operations, it meant the end for its summer tradition of doing Shakespeare outdoors in the meadow at Evergreen Museum and Library in north Baltimore.
Well, the tradition...
| Jul 10, 2011
We live in a pop age gone loco for retro and crazy for commemoration. Band reformations and reunion tours, tribute albums and box sets, anniversary festivals and live performances of classic albums: Each new year is better than the previous year for music...
| Jul 9, 2011
SURRY — With a little imagination, it's easy to travel back through time at Chippokes Plantation State Park.
Woods and fields, barns and manor houses pull visitors back into the region's lush, green, agrarian past. The farm's boundaries today are...