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  • MASH star, science buff Alda to address Carnegie Mellon

    Television star Alan Alda will deliver the commencement address at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh on May 17.
  • Alan Alda explores enduring love in 'The Longest Ride'

    Alan Alda explores enduring love in 'The Longest Ride'
    Alan Alda is discussing enduring love, a subject he knows by heart. Alda, who came to fame as Hawkeye Pierce on the 1972-83 CBS comedy series "MASH," recently celebrated his 58th wedding anniversary. He married his wife, author-photographer Arlene Alda,...

    Classic TV shows get new life on digital airwaves

    Classic TV shows get new life on digital airwaves
    When cable TV was growing in the 1980s and '90s, many of its programs were past hits from the lineups of ABC, CBS and NBC. "The Andy Griffith Show" was the top show on Turner Broadcasting's TBS. Viacom made classic TV a big business by packaging...

    Fan of the house: Here, there and everywhere

    Fan of the house: Here, there and everywhere
    Random thoughts while waiting for Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez to get the pay raises they richly deserve: If Matthew McConaughey gets any weirder, he could run the Lakers. The NHL needs a permanent outdoor venue, and California seems the best...

    'Saturday Night Live': What critics said about the show 40 years ago

    'Saturday Night Live': What critics said about the show 40 years ago
    On Saturday, NBC will rebroadcast in full the first episode of "Saturday Night Live" as part of a weekend-long celebration of the show's 40th anniversary that culminates with a 3½-hour show Sunday night.  When the show premiered in October 1975, it...