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  • John Schneider's 21-year marriage is ending in divorce, actor confirms

    John Schneider's 21-year marriage is ending in divorce, actor confirms
    John Schneider, one of TV's original "Dukes of Hazzard," confirmed Wednesday that he and his wife of 21 years are getting a divorce.
  • Seasonal songs from TV shows we'd like to hear, or maybe not

    Seasonal songs from TV shows we'd like to hear, or maybe not
    TV shows, while not typically known for their contributions to music, often rejoice in the sounds of the season. Last month, PBS' period drama "Downton Abbey" released a Christmas album featuring selections from cast members that included Charles...

    'Dukes of Hazzard' drive into the holidays with Christmas album

    'Dukes of Hazzard' drive into the holidays with Christmas album
    "Duke the halls with boughs of holly. Fa la la la la, la la la VROOOM!" John Schneider and Tom Wopat, the original "Dukes of Hazard," are celebrating the 35th anniversary of their octane-driven show. But this time, they're behind a microphone instead of...

    A double-dose of Gershwin from Pasadena Pops and L.A. Phil

    A double-dose of Gershwin from Pasadena Pops and L.A. Phil
    By George, half a century on it’s still a good thing when Gershwin music is front and center. During the next few days two Southern California orchestras are turning their focus to brothers George and Ira. On Saturday, Michael Feinstein conducts...

    Feinstein gets comfortable with Pasadena Pops Orchestra

    Feinstein gets comfortable with Pasadena Pops Orchestra
    After being named successor to the late Marvin Hamlisch as principal conductor of the Pasadena Pops Orchestra, Michael Feinstein, a then-novice at conducting, studied up on the craft. But there's nothing like practical experience. That's what this...