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  • Elaine Stritch's edible Chicago connection

    Elaine Stritch's edible Chicago connection
    Elaine Stritch's death on July 17 at age 89 sparked tribute tweets from fellow actors, Facebook posts of video clips of her performances and, surely somewhere, the lifting high of a vodka stinger — a knowing reference to a line in her signature song, "Ladies Who Lunch," from Stephen Sondheim's 1970 musical, "Company."
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 07/20/14 for 07/20/14

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Dean Winters was born in New York City on this date in 1964. This birthday guy is probably best known for his recurring roles on "Law and Order: SVU," "30 Rock" and "Rescue Me." He also starred as Ryan O'Reily on the series "Oz" from...

    Elaine Stritch dies at 89; Broadway actress had blue-collar attitude

    Elaine Stritch dies at 89; Broadway actress had blue-collar attitude
    Elaine Stritch, the raspy-voiced actress whose forceful personality and salty language enlivened the New York stage for more than six decades, died Thursday at her home in Birmingham, Mich. She was 89. Her death was confirmed by her friend, Julie Keyes,...

    Elaine Stritch Remembered: Her Brittle Surface Masked a Fragile Heart

    The billowy white blouse. The black stockings. The oversize sunglasses. The hat. And that famous croak of a voice. When people say there was no one like Elaine Stritch -- and everyone does, in the industry and along the aisles -- it's not a hyberbolic...

    HGTV builds into a top cable network on foundation of no-frills shows

    HGTV builds into a top cable network on foundation of no-frills shows
    As hard as it may be to imagine, there was a time not so long ago when few Americans had ever heard the expression "man cave." In 1994, PBS' trusty "This Old House" was the best known of a handful of home-improvement programs on the airwaves. The idea...