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  • Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89

     Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89
    Tom Koch, a laconic satirist whose refined sense of the absurdities of everyday life informed thousands of radio scripts for the comedy team Bob and Ray as well as a memorable Mad magazine sports spoof called "43-Man Squamish," died March 22 at his Laguna Woods home. He was 89.
  • Rudolph marks 50th anniversary

    Rudolph marks 50th anniversary
    During the holidays, television makes room for old favorites who defy the medium's fixation on age. Just look at Rudolph. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" marks its 50th anniversary at 8 p.m. Tuesday on CBS. Fans get to hear narrator Burl Ives tell...

    Joe Knight, radio personality

    Joe Knight, radio personality
    Joe Knight, a radio personality who was known to several generations of WFBR-AM and WCBM-AM listeners as "Joe Knight, the Knight of the Spinning Roundtable" during the golden age of Baltimore radio, died Saturday at Hope Hospice in Fort Myers, Fla., of...

    Review: 'Brief Encounters' by Dick Cavett

    In "Brief Encounters: Conversations, Magic Moments, and Assorted Hijinks," a welcome sequel to 2010's "Talk Show," Dick Cavett covers a lot of ground in a collection of erudite and witty pieces: from writing jokes for the comedy-impaired Art Linkletter to...

    The grand arc of Richard Lewis' career – on DVD

    The grand arc of Richard Lewis' career – on DVD
    Even among great artists, virtuosity is acquired, not innate. Ella Fitzgerald's recordings as a teenager are pleasant, but they don't hint at the spectacular flights she eventually would achieve as a scat singer. Frank Sinatra sounded quite polished...