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  • 'SNL' writer cheers on Girl Scouts

    'SNL' writer cheers on Girl Scouts
    When "Saturday Night Live" opens its 40th season Saturday, a Central Florida mainstay on the NBC show will be helping a good cause locally. Paula Pell, a writer and consultant at "SNL" for 20 years, will be mistress of ceremonies at the 17th Annual...
  • Chris Rock and Prince top 'Saturday Night Live' lineup on Nov. 1

    Chris Rock and Prince top 'Saturday Night Live' lineup on Nov. 1
    The Nov. 1 episode of "Saturday Night Live" should be subtitled "Let's Go Crazy." Comedian Chris Rock will be the host, and the musical guest will be Prince. The evening will mark Rock's return to "SNL" -- he was a cast member from 1990 to 1993....
  • Lana Del Rey is annoyed that sex didn't help her get a record deal?

    Lana Del Rey is annoyed that sex didn't help her get a record deal?
    Lana Del Rey might have been making a joke. She probably was making some sort of joke when she was talking about the meaning of her tune " ... My Way Up to the Top." But it's much more fun to take the singer's words as if they were uttered in stone-cold...
  • Let's face it, Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis are bad TV analysts

    Let's face it, Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis are bad TV analysts
    It's time to stop being Baltimore-nice about local sports icons Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis and their cable TV careers. Being Hall of Famers on the field doesn't automatically translate to success in the studio or broadcast booth. In fact, it's often the...
  • This has been a year to forget for the Ravens

    This has been a year to forget for the Ravens
    Can't someone just hit the fast forward button on the 2014 Ravens season? Next year has to be better. It can't get worse. The suspension of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata for four games Thursday for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy...
  • Chris Rock to host 'Saturday Night Live' with musical guest Prince

    Chris Rock to host 'Saturday Night Live' with musical guest Prince
    Chris Rock will return to host “Saturday Night Live” along with musical guest Prince, the show confirmed Tuesday. The duo will headline the Nov. 1 episode of the late night sketch comedy show's 40th season, which was kicked off by a Chris...
  • Rising recording star Charli XCX brings her 'pop circus' to town

    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...
  • Round Table: Four self-possessed voices from Young Hollywood

    Round Table: Four self-possessed voices from Young Hollywood
    Steaming bowls of pasta, a taco bar, jars overflowing with M&Ms and jelly beans — that's what Jena Malone remembers about being on a movie set as a kid. The food. "I grew up like without any sort of fancy food. So I literally stuffed myself silly,...
  • Collards are kicking kale off the table

    Collards are kicking kale off the table
    Collard greens are "the new kale." So say the chic eaters. But some concerned cultural guardians fear a new social and economic menace: "food gentrification." Gentrification, simply defined, is when something that you used to buy because it was cheap...
  • Bastille drummer reflects on whirlwind year

    Bastille drummer reflects on whirlwind year
    At some point, a band eyeing pop ubiquity must make a late-night stop at NBC's Studio 8H in Manhattan. In January, it was the turn of Bastille — a British rock quartet riding the success of a chart-topping single called “Pompeii”...
  • 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...