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  • Nick Hornby on 'Funny Girl'

    Nick Hornby on 'Funny Girl'
    From "Are You Being Served?" and "Keeping Up Appearances" to "Fawlty Towers" and "Absolutely Fabulous," Americans have long appreciated British situation comedy with strong female characters. But the history of the woman-centered Britcom is surprisingly fraught, with origins in the early 1960s, when the emerging freedoms of the so-called Swinging '60s were still denied many women working in light entertainment.
  • Review: 'Funny Girl' by Nick Hornby

    Review: 'Funny Girl' by Nick Hornby
    Different writers are good at different things, and it would be unfair to expect Nick Hornby to write beautifully. His signature is a voice that doesn't sound like writing at all — highly readable, unpretentious on every subject except soul music,...

    Smith Bros. hope TV ads can keep revival going

     Smith Bros. hope TV ads can keep revival going
    Television viewers will see something next month that hasn't been on the air since "I Love Lucy" was in its first run — a new commercial for Smith Bros. cough drops. Revived last year, the venerable Chicago-based brand is launching a $3 million...

    Test your 'I Love Lucy' knowledge

    Test your 'I Love Lucy' knowledge
    1. In the episode "Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined?" (it will be re-created in the "I Love Lucy Live on Stage" production at the Hippodrome), Lucy gets a dance lesson from: a)Van Johnson b)William Parker c)The Crazy Dancin' Bear d)"King Cat" Walsh 2....

    Homage to 'I Love Lucy' heading to the Hippodrome

    Homage to 'I Love Lucy' heading to the Hippodrome
    Sixty-three years ago this week — at 9 p.m. Oct. 15, 1951 — TV viewers got their first look at a situation comedy on CBS that, in short order, would become part of the country's cultural DNA. The focal point of the show was the redheaded...