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  • 'The Simpsons' riff on BMA's long-lost Renoir in latest episode

    'The Simpsons' riff on BMA's long-lost Renoir in latest episode
    "Law & Order" is usually the TV show known for its "ripped from the headlines" plots, but Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons" seems to have been inspired by a recent legal case involving the Baltimore Museum of Art. In the episode, Lisa's guinea pig...
  • 'The Simpsons': A lesson in art forgery, with Max von Sydow

    'The Simpsons': A lesson in art forgery, with Max von Sydow
    "The Simpsons" on Fox took a trip into the art market on Sunday's new episode titled "The War of Art," which included a lesson in forgery delivered by actor Max von Sydow. Sunday's episode echoed a number of real-life art stories, including the case...
  • Dance at the Music Center announces 2014-15 season

    Dance at the Music Center announces 2014-15 season
    The new season of the series Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center will feature seven productions, including visits from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Australian Ballet with its production of "Swan Lake." As previously...
  • Lifetime Achievement Honoree: Joe Mantegna Brings Stage Experience to 'Criminal Minds'

    At the age of 66, actor Joe Mantegna shows no signs of slowing down. So though he is being honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on March 28, he admits to wondering where the time went. "These kinds of things...
  • Does 'American Idol' Ebb Mean Music's Over for Fox?

    The season-to-date primetime rankings may tell a different story, but there's no question Fox is limping to the finish of the 2013-14 television season. After good audience response to newcomer "Sleepy Hollow" in the fall, Fox's start to 2014 was rocky....
  • FX plans more 'Americans'; FXX announces 'Simpsons' marathon, app

    FX plans more 'Americans'; FXX announces 'Simpsons' marathon, app
    At an upfront presentation for reporters Wednesday in New York, FX Networks Chief Executive John Landgraf outlined an ambitious slate of programming for FX and its recently launched offshoot FXX, promising that 2014 would be the "biggest year ever" for...
  • Lego Reveals First Look at 'The Simpsons' Minifigures

    Lego and 20th Century Fox Consumer Products have revealed the look of the 16 minifigures the companies will release to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "The Simpsons." The line of figures will go on sale May 1, with each character -- including Bart...
  • Grand Funk, American band

    Grand Funk, American band
    Loyal watchers of "The Simpsons" know Grand Funk Railroad as one of Homer's favorites. To those who grew up in the 1970s, the rock band is no cartoon. It's Americana. Grand Funk Railroad, celebrating its 45th year, plays at the Pompano Beach Seafood...
  • Edward Snowden breaks silence to declare his mission accomplished

    Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who had been keeping a low profile in Moscow since being granted asylum there in August, has broken out of his seclusion with a lengthy interview with the Washington Post and a recorded television address to be aired in...
  • Marcia Wallace of 'The Simpsons,' 'The Bob Newhart Show' has died

    Marcia Wallace of 'The Simpsons,' 'The Bob Newhart Show' has died
    This post has been updated. See below for details. Marcia Wallace, who played Bart's fourth-grade teacher Edna Krabappel on Fox's animated comedy "The Simpsons" and Bob Newhart's wisecracking receptionist Carol Kester on the classic 1972-78 CBS sitcom...
  • Bring On The Nice, With A Big Side Of Civil

    Be nice. I know that's not a very profound sentiment, but it's the lesson I drew from the past week. I sense a nation and state hungry for niceness. Consider the story of how top officials in the administration of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie...