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  • Gone, but not forgotten, in 2011

    Year-ending memories include those of people who made marks in entertainment before passing. In 2011, they included a significant number of behind-the-scenes talents whose television efforts endure. Andy Rooney: It's a sad irony that the pundit's death...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Elias Koteas

    In making his television series debut, Elias Koteas has no problem being engaged in "Combat." With a richly varied movie career that has run the gamut from the youth comedy "Some Kind of Wonderful" to the vampire thriller "Let Me In," the actor is back...
  • PASSINGS: Robert C. Pierpoint, Aron Kupperman, Begum Nusrat Bhutto

    ROBERT C. PIERPOINT CBS News correspondent covered six presidents Robert C. Pierpoint, 86, a CBS News correspondent who covered six presidents, the Korean War, the Kennedy assassination and the Iranian hostage crisis in a career that spanned more than...
  • Dr Steve Talks With Lynda Carter

    Dr Steve Talks With Lynda Carter
    For info about Lynda, click HERE. To purchase her CD, click HERE.   About Lynda: Performed in a band during high school called 'Just Us', which consisted of a marimba, a congo drum, an acoustic guitar, and a stand-up bass played by another girl....
  • Alex Karras dies at 77; NFL star turned actor

    Alex Karras, an All-Pro defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions who later worked as a "Monday Night Football" co-host and parlayed his hulking strength into a Hollywood acting career, died Wednesday. He was 77. Karras died at his Los Angeles home, his...
  • Watching a Netflix 'House of Cards' get built at the Baltimore Sun

    Watching a Netflix 'House of Cards' get built at the Baltimore Sun
    A few weeks ago, a group of actors dressed as reporters clustered near a cafeteria in The Baltimore Sun building. I had to take a second look to make sure they were actors and not visiting reporters or editors. But as I walked by, one asked me if I was in...
  • Q&A: Scott Adsit of '30 Rock'

    Q&A: Scott Adsit of '30 Rock'
    These days, you might know Scott Adsit best as overworked and under-appreciated producer Pete Hornberger on NBC's “30 Rock,” but, if you're old enough (or just a nerd about these things), you may also remember him from his days performing in...
  • Orlando Fringe Festival review: ‘Everything You’ll Ever Find on Television (almost)’

     
    By Dewayne Bevil, Orlando Sentinel Neil Bernard loves television. LOVES it. He states that right up front in his one-man “Everything You Will Ever Find on Television (Almost).”  It’s a good thing, because the rapid-fire impressions,...
  • ‘X-Files,’ ‘Andy Griffith Show,’ other hits celebrated in PBS’ ‘America in Primetime’

     
    Man of the House" goes from loving sitcom papas to mobsters and drug-making dads: Marcy Carsey and Tom Werner ("The Cosby Show"); David Chase ("The Sopranos"); Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad"); Ron Howard ("The Andy Griffith Show"); Carl Reiner and Dick...
  • Thursday's Highlights: 'Community' on NBC

     
    Thursday's TV Highlights: 'Community' on NBC...
  • Review: 'Two and a Half Men' welcomes Kutcher, buries Sheen

     
    CBS' cash-cow sitcom "Two and a Half Men" gathered its skirts and trudged into the future Monday night. The coffin over which the camera moved in the opening shot of the series' ninth season contained not just the character that Charlie Sheen had played...