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  • Orlando Fringe Festival review: ‘Attention, Please: Nostalgic Dance Theater…’

     
    ‘Attention, Please: Nostalgic Dance Theater Through 80's TV Land' Reviewed by Mary Frances Emmons, Special to the Orlando Sentinel Yow Dance’s 2011 Fringe offering is a fun one, an “abstract jaunt” mostly set to the beloved tunes...
  • 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,...
  • Law & Order

    Law & Order
    Law & Order looks at crime and justice from a dual perspective, tracking both the police who arrest suspects and the lawyers who prosecute the cases. In the first half-hour, Detective Cyrus Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and his new partner, Detective Kevin Bernard...
  • 'MASH' writer Larry Gelbart's Chicago roots

    'MASH' writer Larry Gelbart's Chicago roots
    Editor's note: This 2008 article is from the Tribune's archives. Larry Gelbart died Friday, September 11. He was 81. Larry Gelbart spent the first 15 years of his life on Chicago's mostly Jewish West Side, now the North Lawndale district. The family...
  • Ken Howard elected SAG president

    That's the second big win for Ken Howard this week. Members of the Screen Actors Guild have elected the veteran character actor, who just won won an Emmy on Sunday for his role in HBO's "Grey Gardens," as the union's new president, capping a bitter...
  • 'Dirty Dancing' star Patrick Swayze dies at 57

    'Dirty Dancing' star Patrick Swayze dies at 57
    Patrick Swayze, the actor and classically trained dancer whose role in the enduringly popular "Dirty Dancing" made him a movie star, one who struggled with the alienation of fame and against being typecast as a leading man, died Monday. He was 57....
  • Super Bowl features Al Michaels, Bob Costas, Boss

     
    Here is my Super Bowl viewer guide extravaganza, in which the names Joe Torre and Alex Rodriguez do not appear a single time. Too much material to summarize it all here. There are items on Matt Lauer's sitdown with......
  • Saints' Super Bowl win nips 'MASH' finale for most-watched show ever

     
    Move over Hawkeye Pierce, looks like Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints just took your ratings crown along with the Super Bowl title. A record 106.5 million people watched the Saints write a storybook ending to their dream season......
  • The Morning Fix: No big sendoff for Jay Leno tonight! Figuring out Oscar votes. Jack Bauer to the big screen. Saints beat 'MASH'

     
    After the coffee. Before remembering to set the DVR to record Jay Leno's last prime-time show. Will he at least sing to Jay? Ashton Kutcher will be Jay Leno's last big guest on his final show tonight. Seems safe to......
  • Who Dat Dog helps the Saints come barking in

     
    There were a lot of winners because of Sunday's Super Bowl in Miami. One of them was the CBS network, which won the largest television audience since M*A*S*H's finale with its Super Bowl broadcast. Another was former San Diego Charger......
  • Gold Derby nuggets: James Gandolfini back on TV? | 'Lost' finale supersized | Finalists for Student Oscars announced

     
    • James Gandolfini won three of his six Emmy bids for best actor in the drama series "The Sopranos," which signed off in 2007. Variety reports that the actor is now considering a return to TV with a Gotham-based remake of "Taxi 22," a Quebecois hit...