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  • Jerry Lewis Gets Publicists' Lifetime Achievement Award for Ruling Philanthropy

    Only a few entertainers have careers that span decades and display multiple skills as performers, writers, directors and producers. An even smaller number become synonymous with a charitable cause. Only one has raised billions of dollars for such a cause....
  • Jane Kean dies at 90; played Trixie on 'The Honeymooners'

    Jane Kean dies at 90; played Trixie on 'The Honeymooners'
    Jane Kean, best known for her role as Trixie, the long-suffering wife of Ed Norton on the 1960s TV revival of "The Honeymooners" with Jackie Gleason and Art Carney, has died. She was 90. Kean, a resident of Toluca Lake, died Tuesday at Providence St....
  • Miley Cyrus MTV VMAs 'twerk' called 'raunchy', 'extreme'

    Miley Cyrus MTV VMAs 'twerk' called 'raunchy', 'extreme'
    Miley Cyrus is the talk of the Internet following the 20-year-old's performance on the MTV Video Music Awards. The Disney-star-turned-pop-sensation got up-close-and-personal with R&B singer Robin Thicke during a performance of "Blurred Lines".  In...
  • Beatles special comes together with a little help from their friends

    Beatles special comes together with a little help from their friends
    Dave Grohl was on his way to rehearsals for a TV special marking the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' U.S. live television debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" when the panic set in. "Suddenly it hit me: Maybe I ought to listen to the record again before...
  • In death and in life, TV fixated on JFK

    As this year's death-obsessed Emmy Awards broadcast took time to mention, Nov. 22 will mark 50 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The remembrance traveled from Walter Cronkite's announcement of the president's death to a Carrie...
  • The Beatles powered TV, and TV powered the Beatles

    Fifty years ago next Sunday, on Feb. 9, 1964, via "The Ed Sullivan Show," America met the Beatles. It was not the group's first appearance on American television. CBS News had reported, dismissively, on British "Beatlemania," and Jack Paar had aired...
  • Beatles' road to rock history started before 'Ed Sullivan Show'

    It was the pop culture equivalent of the Big Bang, a televised moment that changed music for decades to come. Fifty years ago Sunday, the Beatles made their U.S. live television debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" as 73 million people tuned in, the...
  • Local Voices West: Feb. 13 edition

    Local Voices West: Feb. 13 edition
    Letters to the editor from Aurora, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Western Springs, Brookfield, Naperville, Forest Park, Addison and Oak Park. Beatles camps With the celebration of the Beatles' 50th anniversary of "storming" the U.S. shores, it brought...
  • Review: 'Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley' recalls a trailblazer

    Review: 'Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley' recalls a trailblazer
    "Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley," in which the former directs a film about the latter, premieres Monday on HBO. It is an homage and a celebration, with something of a high-class homemade feel. The first black female comic to make it in the...
  • Ringo Starr, David Lynch Remember Dawn of Beatlemania in 1964

    As the the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' maiden voyage to the States fast approaches on Sunday, it's clear that the industry of books, recordings, concerts and curio shows saluting the Fab Four is as strong as ever. "The Night That Changed America:...
  • Change across the universe [Commentary]

    Change across the universe [Commentary]
    It's an odd thing. Sometimes, when I speak before high school or college students, someone in the audience, knowing I began my professional life as a pop music critic, will ask what I think of music today. I always demur that I don't listen to a lot...