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  • 'Blood, Sweat and Tears' Helps CISLA Alum Earn College Degree

    "College forced me to grow up quickly," said Deonte Lang, a student at Loyola Marymount University. "Because as a first-generation college student from a low-income household with only one parent facing a $50,000-$60,000 price tag each year, I had a lot...
  • America on Wheels relieves disappointment

    Who could resist the indomitable forces of nostalgia unleashed last Friday in a triple-whammy of motorized romance? One item in The Morning Call was a picture spread on the Wheels of Time Cruise Night in Macungie's Memorial Park. That event, on the...
  • 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Caught in Web of Mixed Reviews

    It looks like Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker isn't just battling villains in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" -- he's also facing the worst reviews of any Spider-Man pic as the film gears up for its opening weekend in the U.S. With a current rating of 56...
  • Make mom happy without going broke

    Sorry moms. We've got some bad news as your big day of the year approaches. The typical American will spend $162.94 on mom this year for Mother's Day, down 3.6 percent from 2013, according to a recent survey by the National Retail Federation. And...
  • TV Review: 'Unusually Thicke'

    Look at it from TV Guide Network's perspective: The channel can't afford "Modern Family" reruns, much less a scripted approximation. So it has replicated a small part of that hit on the cheap in "Unusually Thicke," a reality-sitcom hybrid that casts 67-...
  • Showrunners Michelle Ashford, Carlton Cuse, Jenji Kohan Talk Sex, Emmys and Binge-Watching at HRTS Panel

    No topic - from sex and nudity to binge-watching - was off limits at the Hollywood Radio and Television Society's Hitmakers Newsmaker luncheon as the creators of some of the most popular shows on TV discussed what it takes to create and maintain a hit...
  • Box Office: 'Heaven Is for Real' Amasses $3.7 Mil on Wednesday

    Audiences congregated Wednesday for Sony's faith-based film "Heaven Is for Real," which kicked off the Easter weekend with an opening day gross of $3.7 million from 2,417 locations. The feature adaptation of Todd Burpo's real-life book, from director...
  • Ken Greengrass, Music, TV Producer and Personal Manager, Dies at 87

    Ken Greengrass, an Emmy-nominated music and television producer and a personal manager who helped guide the careers of Diahann Carroll, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Florence Henderson, Art Garfunkel, John Pizzarelli, the Highwaymen, "Sesame Street's"...
  • FCC Unveils Roadmap for Auctioning Broadcast Spectrum

    The FCC unveiled rules on Friday that will guide its upcoming auction of broadcast airwaves for wireless use, a complex plan that nevertheless promises to remake the channel lineup. The details for an incentive auction are a key part of FCC chairman...
  • Deadly Everest Avalanche Raises Uncertainty for Discovery's 'Everest Jump Live'

    Mount Everest's deadliest avalanche ever, which killed at least 12 people early Friday, raises questions about whether Discovery Channel's "Everest Jump Live" special, set to air May 11, will go on as planned. The avalanche struck and killed 12 sherpas,...
  • Suffolk's Gardner named PIT MVP; Georgetown's Starks hits buzzer-beater for title

    The Portsmouth Invitational Tournament couldn't have ended in much more memorable fashion Saturday night at Churchland High. Georgetown's Markel Starks sank a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to give Sales Systems Ltd. a 75-73 victory over Norfolk Sports Club...