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The 39th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach may be more than a month away, but some famous folks got the green flag Thursday when they were announced as drivers for "Revved Up to Race," the 37th annual pro/celebrity race that serves as a warm-up for the main...
"Bachelor" Jason Mesnick's wife, Molly Malaney Mesnick, has given birth to a baby girl named Riley Anne Mesnick. "We welcomed the most beautiful healthy baby girl to our family today Riley Anne Mesnick. Thank you all for all your well wishes!" Mesnick,...
Here's a cool example of what-goes-around-comes-around: In 1965, a British-made thriller called "Die! Die! My Darling!" hit the movie houses. This study in strangeness and sadism starred the indelibly foggy-voiced, deliciously irreverent Tallulah...
Actress Valerie Harper was diagnosed earlier this year with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare form of brain cancer. Harper's doctors told her she had about three months to live. About the time you read this, her life expectancy will be about half...
Quick, what do a “Rocky Horror Picture Show” reunion, Adam Lambert and the Mexican electronica band Kinky have in common? CAN WE BE FRANK? If you are one of those people who struggle to understand the allure of “The Rocky Horror...
Valerie Harper, best known for playing Rhoda Morgenstern on the beloved 1970s sitcoms "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Rhoda," has revealed she has terminal brain cancer. The actress, who also starred for two years on the '80s sitcom, "Valerie," told...
We identify with popular culture more easily than we identify with politics, that's why pop culture is so popular, and a lot more interesting than government affairs. Hence the reason Barack Obama's speech last week took a backseat to his mixed Star Wars/...
Of all the festivities that make up Hollywood's annual awards season, the SAG Awards is the one place where actors appear the most comfortable, relaxing with other members of their artistic community and celebrating the fact that they perform for a...
How we love stories — the more movie-like the better. How we wish that life itself were more like the tales we see at our multiplexes and how much life has conformed to those wishes. All of this hit us with an especially loud and awful thud in...
Tags: Tour de France, Entertainment, Sports, Manti Te'o, Movies
In response to a system that many believed had long failed young black boys, a school began to take shape seven years ago in a small East Baltimore neighborhood. The Bluford Drew Jemison Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy would...
Country star Tim McGraw, whose new album “Two Lanes of Freedom” arrives on Tuesday, apparently has traded throwing back whiskey shots to shooting hoops and pumping iron, telling People magazine in a recent interview that he gave up alcohol...
Tags: Beyonce, Entertainment, Taylor Swift, Music, Super Bowl XLVII
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelDuring our interview last week, Jose Baez said that the Casey Anthony coverage taught him there should be a clear distinction between legitimate media and tabloid media. Anthony's former defense attorney said tabloid media lean toward entertainment. ...
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