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  • TV picks for the week of June 14-20

    New programming, favorites return and the "Duck Dynasty" guys mount a musical here's what caught my eye on television this week: Sunday: "The Hunt for Ted Bundy" 7 p.m., Investigation Discovery: Tonight we're gonna investigate like it's 1974. "My...
  • A case for an Emmy (or more) for 'Foyle's War'

    Many claimed to be shocked at last year's Emmys when PBS' "Sherlock" swept most of the best miniseries or movie categories, winning for lead actor, supporting actor and writing, in addition to many craft awards. But the only truly surprising thing was the...
  • For good TV this summer, stream it

    For good TV this summer, stream it
    The world of television tipped more deeply than ever in the digital direction last week when NBC debuted its new drama "Aquarius" starring David Duchovny and made all 13 episodes instantly available online. It was the first time any network had gone...
  • 'Americans,' 'Empire,' 'Thrones' to face off during 2015 TCA Awards

    'Americans,' 'Empire,' 'Thrones' to face off during 2015 TCA Awards
    Spy drama "The Americans," addictive "Empire," sprawling fantasy "Game of Thrones," the recently wrapped "Mad Men" and transgender dramedy "Transparent" are vying for this year's TCA Award for program of the year. The Television Critics Assn., which...
  • LeVar Burton riding the 'Rainbow' toward new digital realm for next generation

    LeVar Burton riding the 'Rainbow' toward new digital realm for next generation
    When LeVar Burton signed up to host "Reading Rainbow" in 1983, he thought the show would only be a short chapter in his television career. But the program devoted to improving literacy among children was on the air for 26 years, and now it's taken on...
  • Community News for Enfield edition

    Winner and runner- up of 5th/6th Grade Town Spelling Bee ENFIELD - Congratulations to the winner and runner- up of the 5th/6th grade Town Spelling Bee~ Charlotte Michaud (Montessori School) and Jade Breton (Montessori School) with Bee Master Guy...
  • Kratt Brothers bring the live version of "Wild Kratts" to Star Plaza

    Kratt Brothers bring the live version of "Wild Kratts" to Star Plaza
    On the PBS Kids TV show "Wild Kratts" brothers Chris and Martin Kratt's animated selves don Creature Power Suits to use animals' abilities to rescue their animal friends. Families can see those suits, invented by Aviva Corcovado and her team,...
  • Legacy of CSO's resident composers resonates beyond Chicago

    Legacy of CSO's resident composers resonates beyond Chicago
    Take a close look at how Chicago's new music environment has evolved in the five seasons that Mason Bates and Anna Clyne have stood at its forefront, and you must conclude they've had a lot to do with making it a livelier, feistier, more inclusive scene....
  • Juan Felipe Herrera new U.S. poet laureate: 'Shout it from the roof tops'

    Juan Felipe Herrera new U.S. poet laureate: 'Shout it from the roof tops'
    Walking past a row of books in a library, 21-year-old aspiring poet Juan Felipe Herrera was stopped short by a title: "Snaps." The book was the debut collection by Victor Hernandez Cruz. "I opened it up, started reading those poems," Herrera recalls...
  • Stephanopoulos, Williams, Woodruff and TV's lack of ethics

    Stephanopoulos, Williams, Woodruff and TV's lack of ethics
    ABC News can continue in its see-no-evil, hear-no-evil stance on George Stephanopoulos and his undisclosed $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation forever if it wants. But I guarantee you the network is going to pay when it comes to credibility during the 2016 ...
  • I'm a veteran, and I hate 'Happy Memorial Day'

    I have friends buried in a small corner of a rolling green field just down the road from the Pentagon. They're permanently assigned to Section 60. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, it's 14 acres in the southeast corner of Arlington National...