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Robin Williams

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  • Robin Williams Tribute Special to Air on PBS

    Stars and friends of Robin Williams will share memories of the late comedian in "Robin Williams Remembered -- A Pioneers of Television Special." The one-hour special will feature Williams' last full-length television interview, including never-bef0re-...
  • Daughter of Robin Williams returns to social media after online harassment

    LOS ANGELES, Sept 2 (Reuters) - The daughter of the late Robin Williams has returned to Twitter after she quit the social media website over online harassment she suffered following the suicide death of the Oscar winning actor. Zelda Williams, 25, an...
  • This psychologist helps comedians keep laughing

    This psychologist helps comedians keep laughing
    Ildiko Tabori has never stood on a stage trying to make strangers laugh, doesn't write jokes and admits that she's not great at telling them. Trying to recount something clever she heard, she makes advance apologies: "I'm not going to do it justice."...
  • Williams Indeed A Hero

    Regarding the letter "Williams, Hoffman Not Heroes" by Bryan Chapman, and others criticizing columnist Colin McEnroe over his Aug. 17 article, "Why Grieve Them? Robin Williams And Philip Seymour Hoffman Are Heroes": They are missing a point. Mr. McEnroe...
  • Pavane For A Dead Prince

    Maurice Ravel wrote a stunning piece of music called "Pavane for a Dead Princess." Another genius of a man played for many a princess, real or imagined, in his lifetime. Robin Williams apparently chose to die on a supermoon night. His pain was perhaps...
  • Teaching Arts Feeds Curiosity, Creativity, Connection

    Teaching Arts Feeds Curiosity, Creativity, Connection
    We need to keep teaching the arts in our schools. If art weren't important, all kids' backpacks would be gray. If understanding that colors have names and learning how lines and dots can turn into pictures isn't crucial to the development of...
  • Robin Williams and us

    Robin Williams and us
    I awoke recently to shocking news. I guess that's not so unusual in Israel — especially during war time — but this really floored me. Robin Williams dead at 63; the media buzzing around the story like bees around honey, throwing out words like...
  • Actor's death puts spotlight on Parkinson's

    When Robin Williams' widow revealed he was in the early stage of Parkinson's disease, Stu Perlin knew he had to do something. Fast. Perlin quickly subbed the topic of the Parkinson's Radio Hour, a show the National Parkinson Foundation South Palm Beach...
  • Martin Short: 'I get top billing'

    Martin Short: 'I get top billing'
    At some point during his firecrackerlike comedy routine with Steve Martin on Saturday night, Martin Short expects to recall the time he performed in the 1972 tribal-rock musical titled "The Second-Greatest Story Ever Told: Stepbrother to Jesus," a role...
  • Disney Channel Top-Rated Network Among Kids for Third Straight Summer

    Disney Channel, boosted by a pair of original movies and popular new comedy series "Girl Meets World," has emerged as television's most popular total-day network among kids -- as well as cable's most popular overall -- for a third straight summer....
  • Anna Gilgoff: Walt Whitman's words still inspire people after all these years

    Anna Gilgoff: Walt Whitman's words still inspire people after all these years
    Last June, when I was packing up my classroom for the very last time, one of our janitors walked in. "What are you going to do with that?" he asked, pointing to a poster of Walt Whitman. "Why? You want it?" "Actually, yeah," he said. "I've always...