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PIX11.comEach week we tell viewers what they can get for free. This week's free list: 1) RelaxZen is being given out to the first 100 people who stop by Duane Reade from 11am-2pm 2) New music from Panama is available for free download Born in Brooklyn, raised...
Beach reading recommendations are a summer tradition: With vacations offering extra leisure time, everyone wants to know what books will help them pass the hours. But many pop culture fans now devour television with the same kind of intensity: They buy...
Tags: Ryan Murphy, Mary Tyler Moore, DVDs, Television, Jane Leeves
During one's school days, summer vacation offers the opportunity for reinvention. Who hasn't fantasized about returning in the fall triumphantly sporting a new look, a new skill, a new attitude? If you don't have three months off for that makeover, try...
Baltimore Sun reporterFor many people, when they think of Baltimore, they might imagine the crime-ridden streets that were practically a character in the HBO series, "The Wire." For others, the city can bring to mind more sanitized images of Ravens, Orioles or the Inner...
The city invested nearly $7 million in the Grand Prix at a time of cutbacks in neighborhood services. It tied up downtown traffic before, during and after a long holiday weekend, less than two weeks before voters go to the polls for a mayoral election....
Zap2ItShe's often been cast as the best friend or the loyal assistant, but now it's Kathryn Hahn's time to shine. The former "Crossing Jordan" co-star gets glammed up as the female lead in "Free Agents," NBC's take on a British comedy series that premieres...
Kudos to Mac Nachlas for expressing so eloquently most of the feedback I've been hearing regarding the Baltimore Grand Prix ("One racing weekend is no panacea for Baltimore," Sept. 8). Baltimore's reputation has been not been earned by television shows...
The Hartford CourantJoe Young Jr. peered into the empty Bank of America tower, a heartache for the city with its vacant 26 floors right in the middle of Main Street, and smiled. The cash has long been hauled out. The bank tellers and corporate offices moved a block away...
Tags: HBO (tv network), Media Industry, Finance, Television, Theft
For a television critic, the Emmys are always a mixed bag. It's always great when shows and performances we have supported from the beginning are recognized, but sometimes — if you can believe it — the shows and people we believe deserve to...
No one likes the thought of Big Brother constantly looking over one's shoulder. So it's understandable many people initially resisted the idea of blanketing the city with police surveillance cameras that record everything that happens within their field...
Or whatever day/holiday/event you got most excited for as a kid. That's how I feel about the return of most of my favorite NBC shows for their fall seasons (except "30 Rock," which comes back in early 2012). "Community," "Parks and Recreation" and "The...
Michael K. Williams, who played one of the greatest villains in TV history on HBO's "The Wire," is joining the cast of NBC's "Community" for three episodes, according to Dan Harmon, executive producer of the NBC sitcom. Williams, who played stick-up...
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