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Everybody Loves Raymond (tv program)

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  • TV Land Awards: Jaclyn Smith, Brad Garrett full of 'Glee'

    What do a henpecked family man, female detectives and high-school glee club members have in common? They're all being celebrated for their roles in television classics. "Everybody Loves Raymond," "Charlie's Angels" and Fox's current "Glee" are among the...
  • The long, unhappy pageant of Mary Leona Gage

    Oh, don't you remember, a long time ago When two little babes, their names I don't know Were stolen away one bright summer day And lost in the woods, I've heard people say --Traditional lullaby As a mother, she would sing it to her children. As a child,...
  • 'Two Towers' reaches AFI list of year's best

    The American Film Institute has honored Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York" and Peter Jackson's "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" as two of the 10 best movies of 2002. The list included a number of movies that have yet to be widely released,...
  • TV lines up big doings, grand finales for the sweeps

    In sweeps, size matters. The ratings periods are all about drawing the biggest crowds to shows hyped as events. Although few programs warrant the buildup, broadcast executives merrily brag about their results anyway. Ultimately, the four-week sweeps...
  • Networks face upfront battle

    The coming week used to be among the most exciting all year in TV, the industry's equivalent to Fashion Week. The process is almost the same. Each day starting Monday, one or two networks will parade their fall schedules for buyers, in this case,...
  • Dialing in a dialect

    Forget the melting pot. South Florida's proliferation of foreign language media means immigrants can stay informed without learning English. Just turn the dial on your radio. On one station, the commentary is in Creole; on another it's Polish. On...