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I can't say for sure whether Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky will run for mayor in 2013. I don't even know with certainty whether he's already made up his mind and is just stringing the rest of us along. What I can tell you without any...
The American Idol show is back and alive and well. This reality TV show auditions would-be singers from across the nation and allows the American public to vote for their favorites. Contestants are eliminated one by one until only one remains, the...
Some subjects are so interesting, or so important or so entertaining, that you just want to keep talking about them. We developed a new program around that concept, and you can get a sneak peek at the show on our website. We’re introducing the new...
Ever since his smash hit "Spring Awakening," Michael Mayer has been one of Broadway's hottest, busiest and most distinctive directors. We spoke with Mayer about the tour of his Broadway production of "American Idiot," which opens Tuesday in Chicago, his...
Say what you will about the latest Internet video sensation — in which someone lampoons one group of humans or another based on certain conversational proclivities — but if nothing else, we can credit it with bringing mainstream awareness to...
On a typical weekend night, numerous trolleys traverse the bar-strewn streets of Sweet Home Chicago filled with bachelorettes, who come and go like pretty, drunk Michelangelos. Although they are invariably loud and inadequately dressed for the Chicago...
For a guy who is celebrating his 50th year in journalism and TV, news anchor-turned-talk show host Maury Povich doesn’t seem to take himself very seriously. “I’m calling from my dressing room,” said Povich over the phone Friday,...
The company that optioned one of my screenplays six months ago and had been working with me ever since informed me it had decided to not go forward with producing the screenplay. It did so at 5 p.m. (or 8 p.m. on the East Coast, where the company is...
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Fourteen months ago, when cops shot and injured a man in a crowded shopping center, the story was front-page news and was the obsession of every TV newscast in town. The general story line was that Rogelio Cortes had tried to "ram" police officers. So...
Tags: Trials, Laws, Criminal Laws, Shootings, Entertainment
"Smash," the mid-season NBC replacement TV show all about the process of creating a new Broadway musical, had what the producers said was the first screening of its pilot episode before "real people" on Monday night in Chicago. Brian D'Arcy James, one of...
During an appearance in late December on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight," Jane Fonda was asked which man from her past she would choose to accompany her to a desert island. Would she select a famous ex-spouse like Ted Turner or Tom Hayden? Or would this...
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