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Show Tracker“Common Law,” which premieres Sunday, is nowhere near as smart as “White Collar” or as strangely touching as “Necessary Roughness” and seems content to hit well-worn marks, though more than occasionally with welcome...
Show TrackerSerene Branson is thankful she did not have another YouTube moment on Oscar night. The KCBS-TV Channel 2 reporter who became an unwitting media sensation two weeks ago when she began to speak incoherently during a live report following the......
Culture MonsterA young, unmarried couple expect a baby, which has her father in a stew. What will the Bethlehem neighbors think? Then three wiseguys, with Jersey accents and a violin case, stumble into town following yonder star, and in Daddy's mind,......
The Foothill Civitan Club of Burbank staged its 29th annual fashion show luncheon fundraiser under the theme “Strolling Down the Avenue” on May 7 in the Starlight Room at the Castaway Restaurant. Welcomed by the organization’s...
It's time to break out the spiked eggnog again. The Troubadour Theater Company's intensely wacky improvisers, found regularly at Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre in Burbank, are back with their annual Christmas show. "The First Jo-el" combines the giant...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 26, 1996 With the same grace and discipline that he displays in front of the camera, Jean-Claude Van Damme makes a socko directorial debut with "The Quest," a martial arts adventure odyssey that's epic in scale and high in style. ...
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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 11, 2001 It is somehow appropriate that "Bread and Roses," a film depicting the struggle of predominantly Latino Los Angeles janitors to form a union, was directed by a foreigner. After all, who is better equipped to make such a film than...
Zap2It.comTommy Gavin hasn't had too many good days in the three seasons of "Rescue Me" -- so few, in fact, that Denis Leary, who plays Tommy and co-created the FX series, chuckles at the notion. "We've talked about what would it be like," Leary says. "It's one of...
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Zap2It.comIn the last scene of the Tuesday, Aug. 15, episode of FX's firefighter drama "Rescue Me," Johnny Gavin (Dean Winters, "Oz"), the NYPD brother of the FDNY's Tommy Gavin (Denis Leary), was lying on a New York street, shot three times in the back while...
Zap2It.comFans of FX's original series won't have to wait too long between the finale of the network's newest show, "Thief," to the return of "Rescue Me" later this spring. Four weeks, to be precise: FX says "Rescue Me" will begin its third season on Tuesday,...
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