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The TV ZoneHere are the five things I learned from watching the very first episode of "Saturday Night Live," which NBC aired this weekend as a tribute to the show's host, George Carlin. 1. John Belushi played a character who lived......
The TV ZoneBoy, here's a huge departure in the show business world: Bernie Brillstein has died. The Associated Press announced this earlier today in a brief dispatch saying "that Brillstein died of heart disease at a Los Angeles hospital at about 9......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhere does inspiration come from? Sometimes, apparently, it's born at poolside. The first time Dan Crane went to the Chateau Marmont he had to sneak by security, and he ended up in the pool, skinny-dipping with friends and marveling at the star-dusted...
Tags: Society, Los Angeles Times, Colorado, New York, Sunset Boulevard
Tribune theater criticIf you take the hilarious new Second City revue as a cultural barometer, the strained candidacy of an unloved Hillary Rodham Clinton is being slowly crushed by a charming rival with a Kenyan daddy and a chameleonic ability to be black, white, Jewish,...
Tags: Minority Groups, Georgetown, Death, Gaming, Stephen Colbert
DAN SCHNUR, communications director for John McCain's presidential campaign in 2000, now teaches at UC Berkeley and USC.MOST PEOPLE know intuitively that someone named Hillary is a woman. They may guess that someone whose name is Obama could be of African American descent. But they'd likely also assume that someone named William Blaine Richardson belongs to a country...
Zap2It.comBernie Brillstein, the Hollywood power broker who helped produce shows like "The Sopranos" and managed the careers of "Saturday Night Live" comedians, has died. He was 77. The studio head, manager, producer and talent agent died of chronic pulmonary...
EVENT: Second City DATE: Thursday, October 16, 2008 TIME: 7:30p.m. WHERE: Lawrence North High School COST: $18 INFO: (317) 964 - 7951 The Performing Arts Series at Lawrence North presents Second City, the nationally renowned sketch comedy and...
LOS ANGELES -- Comedian Dane Cook is getting kicked out of his West Hollywood apartment for allegedly allowing his dog to use the complex as a toilet. According to reports, neighbors filed several claims that Cook, or his dog walkers, were not cleaning...
Spin CycleMcCain's decision to congratulate Obama for his historic achievement in the ad he's running tonight is a clever move. His reputation as an honorable man is central to the McCain brand. Two months of non-stop attacks -- some false,......
Baltimore Sun Pop Music CriticRay Charles may have been one of the most influential singer-musicians ever to grace American pop music. He may have laid the foundation for soul - an earthy blend of the secular and the spiritual, and one of the country's greatest cultural achievements....
Of The Morning CallFrom South Mountain Middle School in Allentown to the Hindu Kush Mountains in Afghanistan, from taking orders at a local McDonald's to giving orders as commander of a 3,000-strong army -- what a long, strange journey it's been for Jeff Naderi, now known...
Tribune senior correspondentJane Byrne, the Mt. St. Helens of City Hall, is spouting off-again-on every topic imaginable, from politics to pantyhose. The tiny, blond dynamo always has an opinion. It might not be the same as yesterday's opinion, but . . . THAT'S THE GIST of the...
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