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  • Emmy chat: Carrie Brownstein on 'Portlandia,' 'Transparent' on Wednesday

    Emmy chat: Carrie Brownstein on 'Portlandia,' 'Transparent' on Wednesday
    You may know Carrie Brownstein from "Portlandia," the IFC comedy she created with Fred Armisen. You may also know her from her acclaimed rock band Sleater-Kinney, which released its first album in a decade earlier this year and toured behind it in the spring. She also appears in the acclaimed Amazon Prime series "Transparent" and has a role in Todd Haynes' next movie, "Carol," which premiered at Cannes last month. Oh ... and she's writing a movie version of the British TV series "Lost in Austen," picking up where the late Nora Ephron left off.
  • Southside Film Festival to offer free films for kids

    Southside Film Festival to offer free films for kids
    The Southside Film Festival starts tomorrow but its kicking off its free children’s film series Thursday with the kids’ own gala red carpet premiere and screening of Oscar-nominated animated film “Song of the Sea.” At 6 p.m....

    Peabody Awards go to John Oliver, Amy Schumer, 'Jane the Virgin'

    Peabody Awards go to John Oliver, Amy Schumer, 'Jane the Virgin'
    John Oliver has something new for his anchor desk: A Peabody Award. The British-born host of HBO's satirical news program "Last Week Tonight" was among those cited Thursday as entertainment winners for the prestigious prizes, along with Comedy Central's...

    'The Comedians' works as star vehicle, 'Louie' as thought play

    'The Comedians' works as star vehicle, 'Louie' as thought play
    In a stroke of conceptual programming fit for the lead paragraph of a review like this, FX has scheduled two series in which comedians play versions of themselves one after the other on Thursday nights. One you know, or should: "Louie," starring the...

    Peabody Awards go glitzy for glory

    Peabody Awards go glitzy for glory
    Don't you hate it when bad things happen to perfectly good awards? Case in point: The highly respected Peabody Awards are going all glitzy and self-important.  The Peabodys used to announce their winners in electronic media simply, without pretension,...