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  • Valerie Harper tells People: I have terminal brain cancer

     
    “Valerie Harper's Brave Goodbye,” People headlines its issue out Friday. The Emmy-winning star, 73, reveals that she has terminal brain cancer and as little as three months to live in the exclusive interview. “I don't think of dying,” H
  • Larry Hagman dies at 81; TV's J.R. Ewing

    Larry Hagman dies at 81; TV's J.R. Ewing
    Fervor for the television show “Dallas” was intense in 1980, when the Queen Mother met actor Larry Hagman and joined the worldwide chorus asking: “Who shot J.R.?” “Not even for you, ma’am,” replied Hagman, who...

    'The Honeymooners Lost Episodes, 1951-1957: The Complete Restored Series'

    'The Honeymooners Lost Episodes, 1951-1957: The Complete Restored Series'
    Before and after Jackie Gleason's classic series aired as a regularly scheduled sitcom, skits using the same premise and characters were staged live on variety shows that Gleason hosted. Those "lost episodes" are compiled here to mark the 60th...

    Susan Tyrrell dies at 67; actress an Oscar nominee for 'Fat City'

    Susan Tyrrell dies at 67; actress an Oscar nominee for 'Fat City'
    Susan Tyrrell, an eccentric, husky-voiced character actress best known for her Oscar-nominated supporting role as a blowsy barfly in director John Huston's 1972 movie "Fat City," has died. She was 67. Tyrrell died Saturday at her home in Austin, Texas,...

    Pat Sajak Fussy Enough in 'Odd Couple'

    Pat Sajak Fussy Enough in 'Odd Couple'
    The show: "The Odd Couple," a presentation of Connecticut Repertory Theatre's Nutmeg Summer Series at the Harriet Jorgensen Theatre on the UConn campus in Storrs. First impressions: Many thousands of years ago — OK, maybe not that long ago —...