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  • New ArtsQuest festival to get second year

    New ArtsQuest festival to get second year
    An entertainment festival that ArtsQuest started this year will be back for a second year, it has been announced. The second SteelStacks Improv Comedy Festival will be held Jan. 31 at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, the organization says on its...
  • ArtsQuest's SteelStacks Improv Comedy Festival to get a second year

    ArtsQuest's SteelStacks Improv Comedy Festival to get a second year
    An entertainment festival that ArtsQuest started this year will be back for a second year. The second SteelStacks Improv Comedy Festival will be held Jan. 31 at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, the organization says on its website, http://www.artsquest....
  • Homage to 'I Love Lucy' heading to the Hippodrome

    Homage to 'I Love Lucy' heading to the Hippodrome
    Sixty-three years ago this week — at 9 p.m. Oct. 15, 1951 — TV viewers got their first look at a situation comedy on CBS that, in short order, would become part of the country's cultural DNA. The focal point of the show was the redheaded...
  • 'Laughing at My Nightmare': Hilarious book by Shane Burcaw

    Shane Burcaw's life could have been a lot different. The 21-year-old blogger from Bethlehem could have easily let a serious illness and disabilities stand in his way and prevent him from finding happiness. But instead, he has approached his life in...
  • Q&A: Indie Helmer Miguel Arteta Goes Studio with 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day'

    Miguel Arteta began his feature film directing career in 1997 with "Star Maps," which was nominated for the Independent Spirit's Best First Feature Award. He followed with a series of critically acclaimed independent hits, including "Chuck & Buck," "The...
  • For indie's Miguel Arteta an excellent, good move to make kids' film

     For indie's Miguel Arteta an excellent, good move to make kids' film
    If you were looking for a director to take on a big-screen version of the much-loved 1972 children's book "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," Miguel Arteta would seem at first glance like, if not a terrible, horrible, no good,...
  • Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner and 'Alexander' Stars Celebrate 'Love Letter to Family' at L.A. Premiere

    Alexander may have had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day, but the red carpet premiere of Disney's movie adaptation of Judith Viorst's children's classic was anything but, with stars Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner and Ed Oxenbould (in the...
  • Networks' need for hit sitcoms is no laughing matter

    There's a backstage drama happening this fall on TV, and it's all about comedy. The major networks are in a sitcom slump, unable to generate the kind of magic found in shows like "Seinfeld," "Friends" and "The Big Bang Theory." ------------ For...
  • Crime-drama 'Gracepoint' falls short of the British original

    Crime-drama 'Gracepoint' falls short of the British original
    Just when Americans were finally getting over their inferiority complex regarding British television, here's "Gracepoint," a remake of the haunting British murder-drama "Broadchurch," to ensure a relapse. The series premieres Thursday. The success of...
  • Comedian John Mulaney is the throwback kid

    Comedian John Mulaney is the throwback kid
    John Mulaney has the benevolent wide-set eyes, cresting hair and copacetic choirboy appearance of a superhero who has taken a spa day. He is trim to the point of receding, and as angular as Peter Parker. He walks with his hands plunged deep in his...
  • Experience of Hosting the Emmys Proves to be a Mixed Bag

    Some years, who's hosting the Emmy Awards proves more memorable than the winners themselves. Sometimes it's because the hosts were great, but occasionally it's because they felt flat. "It takes a lot of talent to host, but it's a lot of hard work. I'm...