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  • The Prospector Florida State commit 'Kermit' leaves flash on the field

    The Prospector <br> Florida State commit 'Kermit' leaves flash on the field
    Levonte Whitfield Jr. isn't much for talking to the media. He even comes off as shy, but he's not. The Orlando Jones High athlete stammers around questions, somewhat unsure of his answers. He thrives in the spotlight, but stick a microphone or camera...
  • Q&A: My Morning Jacket

    Q&A: My Morning Jacket
    My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James likes to keep himself busy. In addition to his work with the Louisville, Ky., rockers, who released their sixth album, "Circuital," last year, James has evolved into an in-demand collaborator, recording with...
  • Miss Piggy's career highlights

    Miss Piggy's career highlights
    The gentle hearted loved Kermit. The kooky kids loved Animal. The aspiring cynics loved those two old guys who made fun of everyone, but we always loved Miss Piggy. She was alternately sweet and tough, glamorous but not afraid to muster a karate kick...
  • 'Ghostbusters,' 'Sopranos' Producer Bernie Brillstein Dies

    Bernie Brillstein, the Hollywood power broker who helped produce shows like "The Sopranos" and managed the careers of "Saturday Night Live" comedians, has died. He was 77. The studio head, manager, producer and talent agent died of chronic pulmonary...
  • 'The Muppet Show: The Complete Third Season'

    The third season of "The Muppet Show" released on a 4-disc DVD set shows no sign of losing steam. Beyond the nostalgia, adults will be pleasantly surprised at how well the absurdist humor holds up and how young generations respond to the infectiously...
  • These guys didn't panda to audience

    If you're going to make an animated film — OK, a cartoon — about martial arts, it helps to be a fan of the genre. So it's no surprise that John Stevenson, co-director of Kung Fu Panda, had some meaty martial-arts cult films to look to for...
  • TCA Press Tour: MTV revives career of cult star-debauched puppet Warren the Ape

     
    Warren the Ape, longtime sidekick of Greg the Bunny, is happy someone's finally giving him his due. "'Greg the Bunny' in 1999? Canceled. 'Greg the Bunny' on Fox in 2002? Canceled. 'Greg the Bunny.' IFC. 2005. Canceled! So finally someone......
  • Oscar influences: Michael Giacchino was a crazed 9-year-old 'Star Wars' geek

     
    When Michael Giacchino was in elementary school, all his friends were following the rock bands of the moment, notably Led Zeppelin, the Who and the Beatles. But Giacchino admits that he was "pretty adverse" to rock 'n' roll. "I hate......
  • Your Weekend in Rap: DJ Skee's 'Skeetox,' Paid Dues & Kenan Bell

     
    Whether you sport khakis and Chuck Taylors, backpacks and beanies, or flannels and designer frames, you'll find something tailored to you this weekend. One of the busiest two-day stretches in recent rap memory commences Friday night at Vanguard with DJ......