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  • 'Zombie Killers' movie, which gets Bethlehem showing Saturday, looks to bring the dead back to life

    'Zombie Killers' movie, which gets Bethlehem showing Saturday, looks to bring the dead back to life
    Dee Wallace, the actress best known for playing the mother in “E.T.: The Extraterrestrial,” describes her new film as “a real statement on human nature — that we all have this life going on and this opportunity to live a full life,...
  • Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central

    Stewart's exit is no joke at Comedy Central
    With Jon Stewart leaving his post on "The Daily Show," the joke may be on Comedy Central. TheĀ departure of Stewart — who announced on Tuesday that he will exit his signature mock-news program sometime later this year — presents the 24-year-...
  • 'Zombie Killers' movie looks to bring the dead back to life

    'Zombie Killers' movie looks to bring the dead back to life
    Dee Wallace, the actress best known for playing the mother in "E.T.: The Extraterrestrial," describes her new film as "a real statement on human nature — that we all have this life going on and this opportunity to live a full life, and instead...
  • FCC's net neutrality plan alarms critics, but it's nothing new

     FCC's net neutrality plan alarms critics, but it's nothing new
    As AT&T and Verizon prepare to file lawsuits challenging regulation of the Internet as a public utility, here are the three main things the companies don't want you to know: • There's nothing new about what the Federal Communications Commission...
  • 'The Bachelor' recap, 'Chris Tells All,' while Jade reveals that she revealed all

    As I mentioned last week, ABC is giving us extra "Bachelor" time with “Chris Tells All,” followed by dates in Iowa on Sunday and a hometown date with each of the finalists’ families on Monday. THE BACHELOR TELLS ALL “Chris...
  • JetBlue's CEO battles to appease passengers and Wall Street

    JetBlue's CEO battles to appease passengers and Wall Street
    Robin Hayes, the new CEO of JetBlue Airways, is balancing between passengers and Wall Street. As he takes control of the New York-based airline Monday, Hayes faces a difficult task: increase profits without destroying the culture that has made JetBlue...
  • Best picture nod for 'Selma' caps big year for black women

    Best picture nod for 'Selma' caps big year for black women
    Three black women released movies in 2014, more than ever before in a single year. And one of them is a contender for the motion picture academy's top prize. But that's just three films in one year — out of the 373 that came out in theaters....
  • Boca Ballet to perform Balanchine, 'Fancy Free'

    Boca Ballet to perform Balanchine, 'Fancy Free'
    A New York company performing Jerome Robbins' "Fancy Free," a Balanchine piece and a premiere are just three of the pieces in the Playbill for Boca Ballet Theatre's March 7 performance. "Fancy Free," the 1944 ballet by Robbins with music by Leonard...
  • Nobody punctures blowhards better than Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'

    Nobody punctures blowhards better than Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'
    Less than two months after the departure of Stephen Colbert and the "The Colbert Report" and three weeks following the premiere of Larry Wilmore's "The Nightly Show," Jon Stewart, the man whose success made those shows possible, announced his retirement...
  • Bob Simon of '60 Minutes' killed in car crash in New York

    Bob Simon of '60 Minutes' killed in car crash in New York
    Bob Simon, a longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent, was killed in a car accident in New York on Wednesday evening, police have confirmed. He was 73. Simon was a passenger in a Lincoln Town Car when it hit the driver's side of a Mercedes Benz that was...
  • Cold? Not This Weekend CT! Go Out!

    Cold? Not This Weekend CT! Go Out!
    There are two ways to fight this cold winter. Huddle inside and feel like you are trapped or don some happy clothes (that would beĀ  nything that is not black or brown) and head out for any of the slew of choices the weekend brings when it comes to “...