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  • Norman Lear, Barbara Cook coming to Wallis Annenberg Center

    Norman Lear, Barbara Cook coming to Wallis Annenberg Center
    Norman Lear, the television veteran behind the sitcom "All in the Family" and other hits, and Barbara Cook, the Broadway stage legend, have been added to the current season of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. 
  • Shaq, Mayim Bialik on 'The View'

    Shaq, Mayim Bialik on 'The View'
    Shaquille O'Neal will be a guest on "The View" next week, when many TV favorites will pop in. The guests include Mayim Bialik ("The Big Bang Theory"), Allison Janney ("Mom"), series creator Aaron Sorkin ("The West Wing") and Norman Lear, whose hits...

    Paley Center gala celebrates LGBT progress in media

    Paley Center gala celebrates LGBT progress in media
    Long before “Orange is the New Black,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and even the groundbreaking “Will and Grace,” lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people appeared on television in subtle and not-so-subtle ways. ...

    PopPolitics: Norman Lear on the Showdown That Almost Nixed 'All in the Family' (Listen)

    Twenty minutes before "All in the Family" was to debut on the East Coast, Norman Lear was threatening to walk out in protest over CBS censors' threats to remove one line from the show. On the latest episode of Variety's "PopPolitics," airing Thursdays...

    Norman Lear's memoir looks back at family and 'Family'

    Norman Lear's memoir looks back at family and 'Family'
    At 92, Norman Lear belongs to a world-tilting generation of writers that, these days, he has almost all to himself. Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks and not many others remain from the great westward migration of talent that began after Sept. 4, 1951, when the...