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Gracie Allen

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  • Los Angeles Comedy Festival begins tonight

    Los Angeles Comedy Festival begins tonight
    Funny doesn't discriminate. At least, that's the philosophy that prompted Lawrin Goulston Salazar and her husband to launch the Los Angeles Comedy Festival last year. The "all-inclusive" biannual event is a sort of comedy smorgasbord featuring improv,...
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movie Columnist

     
    Nov. 7, 1944: Gracie Allen performs her new work, “Concerto for Index Finger.” Some of Charles Laughton’s recordings of the Bible are too hot to handle or at least they're too hot for Decca. Yes, you can find the record on EBay. At least the...
  • Kellie MacMullan

    Kellie MacMullan
    Kellie MacMullan anchors the Emmy-award winning 7pm News weeknights on KWGN-TV. Kellie is a Colorado native who is thrilled to be working in Denver. She grew up in Arvada and earned degrees in Journalism/Mass Communication and Business Administration from...
  • Tooting the Horn for `All-Girl' Band Leader, 101

    Indomitable saxophonist Peggy Gilbert got the beat back in the 1920s, when Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington and the Kansas City Nighthawks were wowing Jazz Age dance crowds. She was still blowing a hot tenor sax in 1981 on Johnny...
  • Big shows coming to new venue

    Big shows coming to new venue
    Long runs of two long-awaited shows - Baltimore's first engagement of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera and the Mid-Atlantic premiere of Disney's The Lion King - will highlight a musical-laden 2004-2005 subscription season at the Hippodrome...
  • Bradbury's home planet is Waukegan

    Ray Bradbury was born in Waukegan, but he never grew up. In his heart and in his work, the 72-year-old dean of American science fiction and fantasy writers is still the wildly imaginative boy who spent hours reading and dreaming in the local library;...