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  • Howard Stern has tough 'Tonight Show' advice for Jimmy Fallon

    Howard Stern has tough 'Tonight Show' advice for Jimmy Fallon
    Never one to mince words, Howard Stern had some tough advice for Jimmy Fallon about the latter's impending takeover of “The Tonight Show.” During a visit to “Late Night,” Stern congratulated Fallon on the “fantastic”...
  • Brad Pitt yodels with Fallon while Channing Tatum jams with Kimmel

    Brad Pitt yodels with Fallon while Channing Tatum jams with Kimmel
    There must be something in the water in Hollywood. On Tuesday, two of Tinseltown's hottest leading men, Brad Pitt and Channing Tatum, got extremely weird on the late-night airwaves. Tatum was the first to unfurl his freak flag on "Jimmy Kimmel Live,"...
  • Stephen Colbert pays tearful tribute to his late mother, Lorna

    Stephen Colbert opened his show Wednesday night with a moving tribute to his mother, Lorna Tuck Colbert, who died last week at the age of 92. “I’ve been away from the ‘Report’ for a week,” Colbert said, “because one...
  • Stephen Colbert coins new term, 'truthinews,' for skewed TV news

    The man who introduced “truthiness” to the lexicon has a new word for us all: “truthinews.”   As defined by Stephen Colbert, “truthinews” is the practice, increasingly prevalent on cable news, of telling viewers...
  • Things to know for Wednesday

    Things to know for Wednesday
    Racer Tony Stewart has hurt his leg and will be out of competition for the near future. Also, the government has decided it can pretty much take whatever it wants from you, whether you're charged with anything or not. Additionally, George Duke, who...
  • 'The Colbert Report' visits gay-tolerant small town in Kentucky

    Vladimir Putin could learn a thing or two from Johnny Cummings, the openly gay mayor of the tiny but tolerant coal town of Vicco, Ky. On Wednesday night “The Colbert Report” profiled Cummings, the politician and hairdresser who helped...
  • Music review: Botstein has last laugh with L.A. Phil at the Bowl

     Music review: Botstein has last laugh with L.A. Phil at the Bowl
    They laughed when Leon Botstein became president of Bard College in 1975, at the very idea that a 28-year-old could enliven a venerable New York liberal arts college. They laughed in 1990 when Botstein started the Bard Music Festival, which had the...
  • First listen: Paul McCartney single 'New'

    First listen: Paul McCartney single 'New'
    If anyone has the right to release a new single that’s unabashedly Beatle-esque, it’d be Paul McCartney, and that adjective surely applies to “New,” the bouncy first single from his forthcoming album of the same name, due Oct. 15...
  • Emmy Awards live chat: The show, the surprises and more

    Emmy Awards live chat: The show, the surprises and more
    Did your favorite TV show win big at the Emmys on Sunday night? Or are you still grumbling about how those (expletive deleted) voters somehow overlooked (insert name of beloved actor here ... unless it's somebody from "Modern Family," in which case, we'...
  • Emmy Awards 2013 Live Blog

    Emmy Awards 2013 Live Blog
    Will Ferrell couldn't find child care so he brings the kids on stage with him to present the final awards of the evening. "Modern Family" wins the best comedy Emmy again. Steven Levitan accepts the Emmys and sums up the whole night: "This may be the...
  • Baltimore-shot 'Veep,' 'House of Cards' bring home Emmys

    Baltimore-shot 'Veep,' 'House of Cards' bring home Emmys
    Baltimore was again front and center at the Emmy Awards telecast, with two major comedy awards going Sunday night to HBO's "Veep," the locally made series starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Vice President Selina Meyer. Louis-Dreyfus, the most honored...