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  • Watch Tweedy's New Video For "Low Key," Directed By Nick Offerman

    Watch Tweedy's New Video For "Low Key," Directed By Nick Offerman
    Jeff and Spencer Tweedy released "Sukierae," their debut album as Tweedy, last Tuesday. They've started touring and will be at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Mass. tomorrow night. (I interviewed Spencer about the album and tour; read the interview here.)
  • Nick Offerman to star in stage's 'A Confederacy of Dunces'

    Nick Offerman of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" will star as Ignatius Reilly in a stage adaptation of "A Confederacy of Dunces." Huntington Theatre Company in Boston said Monday that Offerman will play the obnoxious, overweight and very funny protagonist...

    Luke Macfarlane On His Role In 'Reverberation,' His Passions And Aspirations

    Luke Macfarlane On His Role In 'Reverberation,' His Passions And Aspirations
    In talking to Luke Macfarlane, the TV, film and stage actor, about furniture making, which is just one of his passions, you also get a window into his art, and his life. Listen to him talk about how he approaches woodworking — with knowledge and...

    'Parks and Recreation' finale: 'Find your team'

    'Parks and Recreation' finale: 'Find your team'
    A story about people who love one another made by people who clearly love one another, "Parks and Recreation" ended its seven-season, zigzag run through prime time Tuesday night on NBC. In the final shot, star Amy Poehler, as public servant Leslie Knope,...

    Review: 'Parks and Recreation' ends on a high note

    Review: 'Parks and Recreation' ends on a high note
    "Parks and Recreation" always made the fine art of creating great television comedy look easy. For seven seasons the NBC series set an impossibly high benchmark, and now leaves the air without any true peer on network TV. That it never attracted a...