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  • James Corden on taking over 'The Late Late Show'

    James Corden on taking over 'The Late Late Show'
    James Corden is nervous. The launch of his "Late Late Show" on CBS is just weeks away, and he's questioning everything. The set. The logo. His wardrobe. Himself. "There's good nerves and there's bad nerves," he says. "It's good nerves that spur you...
  • Why O'Reilly gets a pass, NBC's Williams didn't

    Mother Jones, a feisty investigative magazine with a left-progressive slant, has been on the warpath lately in pursuit of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly. The charge: serial exaggerations and outright whoppers of a sort that brought punishment for NBC's Brian...
  • Parkland seniors earn prize in C-SPAN competition

    Parkland seniors earn prize in C-SPAN competition
    Three Parkland High School seniors earned honorable mention in C-SPAN's national 2015 StudentCam documentary competition. Liam Power, Matilda Kitabwalla, and Emily Kapelsohn were awarded $250 for "National School Lunch Program: Healthy Kids, Unhealthy...
  • TV Review: 'American Crime'

    TV Review: 'American Crime'
    Already described as a broadcast-TV stab at doing a prestige-cable series, "American Crime" is produced with a stark sense of realism, from the unglamorous look of the actors to the near-absence of music. Telling the story from multiple perspectives, a la...
  • New community theatre group 'Standing Room Only' hosting fundraiser, looking for new members

    Families in town now have the opportunity to share a love of performing together. Standing Room Only Productions, which began forming late last year, is planning to hold its first theatrical production this summer. Not only will it be a family-friendly...
  • In Theory: Should news organizations begin investing in reporters with intimate religious understanding?

    In a Feb. 16 column in the Catholic Herald, writer Conor Gaffey argues that news organizations need to begin investing in journalists who have an intimate understanding of religion. Gaffey points to the BBC's recent decision to do away with its head...
  • Why Bill O'Reilly gets a whopper of a pass

    Why Bill O'Reilly gets a whopper of a pass
    Mother Jones, a feisty investigative magazine with a left-progressive slant, has been on the warpath lately in pursuit of Fox News host Bill O'Reilly. The charge: serial exaggerations and outright whoppers of a sort that brought punishment for NBC's Brian...
  • Older 'Annie' still challenges Leyden musical's cast

    Older 'Annie' still challenges Leyden musical's cast
    Michelle Ortiz says she's not a flirt. But in the upcoming production of "Annie" at West Leyden High School, she spends a lot of time on stage portraying one. Ortiz plays Mrs. Hannigan, who runs the orphanage where Annie initially lives. She's rather...
  • Polka legend 'Jolly Joe' Timmer, stricken with dementia, sells WGPA radio for $95K

    Joseph W. Timmer, known to many legions of Lehigh Valley polka fans as "Jolly Joe," has rolled out the last dance tune on his Bethlehem radio station, WGPA-AM. Confined to a nursing home with dementia, the 85-year-old Timmer was declared incapacitated...
  • NBCUniversal developing a subscription comedy channel

    NBCUniversal developing a subscription comedy channel
    NBCUniversal is preparing to launch a subscription digital comedy service aimed at millennial viewers who watch hours of entertainment on digital devices rather than the old-school TV. NBC's proposed over-the-top service is expected to launch later this...
  • 'Mockingjay Part 1' sets up 'Hunger Games' finale nicely

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Lionsgate, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.99 Available on VOD------------ FOR THE RECORD: "The Hunger Games": In the New Releases column of the March 1 Calendar section, a review of the home theater release of the film "The...