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  • Seattle boutique owner wants 'to be the biggest luxury fashion brand in the world'

    SEATTLE When she was 7, Jill Wenger, the proprietor of Totokaelo, the high-end fashion boutique on 10th Avenue, would steal flowers from her neighbor's garden. Ever the entrepreneur, she'd sell the bouquets back to them. "The games I played were...
  • Rudolph marks 50th anniversary

    Rudolph marks 50th anniversary
    During the holidays, television makes room for old favorites who defy the medium's fixation on age. Just look at Rudolph. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" marks its 50th anniversary at 8 p.m. Tuesday on CBS. Fans get to hear narrator Burl Ives tell...
  • Mariah Carey joins Rockefeller Center special

    Mariah Carey joins Rockefeller Center special
    Mariah Carey, Darius Rucker and the Rockettes have joined "Christmas in Rockefeller Center," one of the more festive holiday specials each year. The latest edition of the live special airs at 8 p.m. Wednesday on NBC (WESH-Channel 2 locally). Prince...
  • At the Cornell, a word is worth a thousand pictures

    At the Cornell, a word is worth a thousand pictures
    Trey Speegle's 6-foot-tall partition screen in the atrium of the Cornell Museum of Art is about as old-fashioned as the 1950s-like paint-by-number paintings splashed across its panels. On 24 panels are quaint visions of farmland, collies, redwoods and...
  • Rising recording star Charli XCX brings her 'pop circus' to town

    In her hit single "Break the Rules," Charli XCX makes one thing clear: "I don't wanna go to school!" she insists over a propulsive synth-pop groove. Yet on a recent evening, school was precisely where the young British singer found herself. Charli XCX...
  • Comic Hannibal Buress is low-key on his role in Bill Cosby firestorm

    Comic Hannibal Buress is low-key on his role in Bill Cosby firestorm
    Hannibal Buress has always known that his name gave him an edge over other comics. Sharing a first name with the infamous cannibal from "Silence of the Lambs" has been an instant attention-grabber — both positively and negatively — as his...
  • Bill Cosby gets skewered on 'Saturday Night Live'

    NBC and Bill Cosby have been joined at the show-business hip for decades. The network was the home for "I Spy," the lighthearted 1960s spy drama starring Cosby that established the comedian as a major television star. The phenomenal success of "The...
  • 'SNL' to Bill Cosby: Pull up your pants

    Musical guests Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson supplied the most entertaining moments on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. Host Cameron Diaz showed her comical side as a poet rhapsodizing about the UPS Man. But “Weekend Update”...
  • 'SNL' lines up One Direction, James Franco

    'SNL' lines up One Direction, James Franco
    NBC's "Saturday Night Live" is going to help movie stars promote their December movies. The three hosts for the month will James Franco on Dec. 6, Martin Freeman on Dec. 13 and Amy Adams on Dec. 20. Franco stars in "The Interview," opening Dec. 25....
  • Bill Hader welcomes third alliterative child: Hayley Hader

    Bill Hader welcomes third alliterative child: Hayley Hader
    It's another girl for funnyman Bill Hader. The "Saturday Night Live" veteran and his wife, "The To-Do List" director Maggie Carey, welcomed their third child on Saturday, his rep confirmed to the Los Angeles Times. The pair chose Hayley Hader as her...
  • It's 'So, Anyway' by John Cleese, not 'Monty Python' by John Cleese

    John Cleese recently fell under the spell of singer Taylor Swift when they appeared together on the popular British chat series "The Graham Norton Show," which airs here on BBC America. "I am more ignorant about music than anyone you have ever spoken to...