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  • Norman Lear Enters the HBO Ring

    HBO has pinned down the services of legendary TV producer Norman Lear, who's developing a drama set in the world of professional wrestling in the 1970s for the cable network. Lear is working with writer Aaron Blitzstein on the project, which is...
  • Protesters Call For Closure Of Paper That Depicted Obama as "Sanford and Son"

    Protesters Call For Closure Of Paper That Depicted Obama as "Sanford and Son"
    Nearly a week after the Smithtown Messenger printed an apology for a photo array that compared the First Family to the 70's sitcom "Sanford & Son," a protest was held outside the paper's Main Street office Monday. Rev. Roderick Pearson, President of...
  • Producer and actress list Holmby Hills home at $49.5 million

    Producer-director Bud Yorkin and his wife, actress Cynthia Sikes, have listed their Holmby Hills estate for $49.5 million. The gated traditional home, built in 1938, has five bedrooms and 7 1/2 bathrooms in about 11,900 square feet. The house has an...
  • Local Newspaper Compares Obamas To "Sanford & Son"

    Local Newspaper Compares Obamas To "Sanford & Son"
    Photos of President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle that surfaced in a Republican newspaper last week have caused a flurry of controversy on Long Island. The pictures featured in the weekly Smithtown Messenger, created by Phillip Sciarello, features...
  • Newspaper Compares Obamas to "Sanford & Son"

    Newspaper Compares Obamas to "Sanford & Son"
    SMITHTOWN, N.Y. -- Photos of President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle that surfaced in a Republican newspaper last week have caused a flurry of controversy on Long Island. The pictures featured in the weekly Smithtown Messenger, created by Phillip...