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The TV ZoneWith the big-screen "Get Smart" opening Friday, lets give props to the original -- which coincidentally, took home an Emmy 38 years ago this week as Outstanding Comedy, while Don Adams won for best actor in a comedy. (There are......
Tags: Rugby League, Merv Griffin, Bill Cosby, Entertainment, Sports
The TV ZoneBy now you may have heard the big news out here in BH - that Jay Leno told USA Today that he is done with NBC next year. Done, as in: No primetime specials, no special ambassadorship, no syndicated......
The TV ZoneOoooh, boy. Where to begin? All these years - that went by far too quickly - and tonight it all comes to an end. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien." Conan, of course, continues. "Late Night" continues. But the specific......
Tags: John Tesh, Nebraska, Conan O'Brien, NBC (tv network)
The Swampby Mark Silva Puff, the magic dragon lived by the sea And frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called honah lee, Little jackie paper loved that rascal puff, And brought him strings and sealing wax and other fancy......
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsCall me a traditionalist, but the thought of majestic Hialeah Park re-opening its gates to run a 40-day meet for quarter-horses strikes me as heretical. Quarter horses? Those are the barrel-chested sprinters who race 440 yards, not the regal...
NEW YORK – Riccardo Muti has observed that touring exposes the weaknesses of a mediocre orchestra while bringing out what makes a superior orchestra sound superior. The maestro’s axiom certainly has proven true in the case of his Chicago...
Van Cliburn, the immensely talented American piano virtuoso with the down-home charm and big romantic style, whose gold-medal win at the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958 at the height of the Cold War made him a cultural icon...
Divine destiny — or is it the shade of Tennessee Williams? — is bringing Renee Fleming and Blanche DuBois together on the same stage, at the same time, at Lyric Opera. The real Renee and the fictional Blanche are, in their very different...
“A Streetcar Named Desire,” Andre Previn's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play, has come in for such scathing notices from some critics following its premiere by the San Francisco Opera in 1998 that one approached the Chicago premiere...
"Stay close to this orchestra," Riccardo Muti enjoined the audience at the end of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Symphony Ball gala on Saturday night, "because it represents Chicago to the world." The CSO and its music director are about to do just...
Contrary to supposed Mayan prophesy, the world did not end on Friday. The end actually arrived at about 8:40 the previous evening, at Orchestra Hall, where the mythic Norse god Heimdall sounded his trumpet, summoning the heroes to the field for one...
Ever since the late 1990s, the forces behind the Pulitzer Prize in music have tried to push the award outside the narrow precincts of classical composition. On Monday, the Pulitzers made the next dramatic step in that evolution, with jazz musician...
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