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  • Rob Owen: PBS turns spotlight on Patina Miller

    PASADENA, Calif. It has been quite a year for actress Patina Miller: The 2006 Carnegie Mellon University musical theater grad won a Tony for her lead role in Broadway's "Pippin," booked roles in TV and film, and now she's in the spotlight on PBS' "Live...
  • UM physics professor a lauded scientist, passionate teacher

    UM physics professor a lauded scientist, passionate teacher
    Professor James Gates delivers his big ideas in analogies and metaphors. Setting lax standards for schoolchildren in science classes is like teaching them to dunk a basketball on a 9-foot-high hoop, when kids the next town over play with one 10 feet...
  • Check It Out: Science on the tube

    Science is pretty amazing. By studying the world and the infinite space around us, science sets us down the road to discover who we are, where we've come from and where we're going. However, most scientific discussions can be difficult to comprehend for...
  • Where Films Shoot, Tourist Dollars Follow

    Can terrorism promote tourism? If the terrorism is on TV, the answer is yes. The revived Fox series "24: Live Another Day" is shooting all 12 of its episodes in London through June, and although the Kiefer Sutherland starrer portrays the British...
  • Scripted TV Competition Builds With Packed Summer Schedule

    Looks like the DVR won't be getting that much-needed summer vacation. Not every network has released their summer skeds just yet, but it's clear that there will be an unprecedented number of scripted skeins on the broadcast networks from June through...
  • MAY 22 | Printers Row: Evan Osnos at Union League Club

    MAY 22 | Printers Row: Evan Osnos at Union League Club
    Thursday, May 22, 2014 | 11:30 a.m. reception | Noon luncheon and program  Interviewed by Chicago Tribune nation and world editor and former Washington bureau chief Kerry Luft. Based on eight years of living in Beijing, including five years as the...
  • Celebrity doesn't suit 'The Bletchley Circle's' Rachael Stirling

    PASADENA, Calif. If actress Rachael Stirling ever gets tired of acting she can always gallop the wilds of Patagonia with Chilean cowboys or trek to India for a fifth time or challenge a pugilist to a match in the ring. The British actress, who studies...
  • Brian Lowry on TV's Best Opening Titles: 'Game of Thrones,' 'The Walking Dead'

    "Game of Thrones" returns April 6, bringing with it what is arguably TV's finest current opening-title sequence. What makes a great main title? A topnotch show helps, obviously - or at least, does on this list. Here, aside from Ramin Djawadi's hummable,...
  • 'Dancing' switch; 'Justified' finale; 'Women of Soul'

    'Dancing' switch; 'Justified' finale; 'Women of Soul'
      When Connecticut and Kentucky meet in the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Game on Monday, the competition won't be taking it easy. "Dancing With the Stars" will mix up the couples for a week, based on a viewer vote, at 8 p.m. Monday on ABC....
  • TV picks for the week of April 6-12

    Ladies and lords sharpen your swords! "Game of Thrones" is back. Elsewhere, country artists get back pats and Gordon Ramsay revisits a psycho bakery. Here's what caught my eye on television this week: Sunday: "Academy of Country Music Awards," 7 p.m.,...
  • Jeremy Piven does quick change for 2 famous roles

    Jeremy Piven does quick change for 2 famous roles
    Jeremy Piven is about to pull off a job transition that would give any other actor whiplash. He's currently filming the "Entourage" movie, in which he reprises his Emmy-winning role as Hollywood agent Ari Gold. As soon as that wraps, he'll re-grow a...