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Alex Karras, an All-Pro defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions who later worked as a "Monday Night Football" co-host and parlayed his hulking strength into a Hollywood acting career, died Wednesday. He was 77. Karras died at his Los Angeles home, his...
Tags: Alex Karras, Movies, Football, Howard Cosell, Wrestling
Not since Mel Brooks served up the movies of Alfred Hitchcock like so much chopped liver in "High Anxiety" has the master of suspense been more comically garroted than he is in "The 39 Steps," the latest attraction at the Laguna Playhouse. And, as he did...
Chicago Tribune reportersLast week, former Chicagoan Fidel Urbina was added to a list that you don't want to be on: the FBI's 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list. Meanwhile, two suspicious characters at the Tribune joined a more attractive list -- as e-book authors. Jacob and...
"The Producers" returned to Los Angeles for three performances this past weekend at the Hollywood Bowl. And during the curtain call at Friday's opening, Mel Brooks, who wrote the giddy score and co-wrote the zany book with Thomas Meehan, came onstage to...
The great actor and director Rob Reiner tells how, as a young boy, he would eavesdrop on parties thrown by his parents, Carl and Estelle. Perched on the stairs, he ingested the wisdom and wit of guests like Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Norman Lear and a host...
"State Debate," an original musical written and directed by 2007 Petoskey High School graduate Erich Rettstadt has been selected to receive a CINE Golden Eagle Award. The film is one of 10 student films nationwide recognized at www.cine.org where a new...
Tags: George Lucas, Music, Spike Lee, Steven Spielberg, Ken Burns
Comic book fans rejoice! Sunday night's season finale of "The Walking Dead" on AMC was thrilling on its own, but those viewers who have read the source material — Robert Kirkman's comic book — might have needed an inhaler and an SPU (spare...
Hartford CourantThis Sunday's 2 p.m. screening at New Haven's Lyric Hall of the documentary "Broads," that features salty, outspoken interviews with actresses of a certain age remind me of some of my own favorite interviews of like-minded dames. I'll post a series of...
Teenagers and mutants, ninjas and turtles. Parachutes and pants. Like a lot of fads from the decade that inspired it, “A Long Time Ago: The Eighties Strike Back” succeeds – when it does – by throwing a lot of cool things in a...
Tags: Fringe Festival, Star Wars (movie)
Los Angeles TimesThe car: 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth The power: 160 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of torque from a 1.4-liter, inline, turbocharged four-cylinder engine routing power to the front wheels via a five-speed manual transmission. The photos: 2012 Fiat 500 Abarth...
Tags: Car Engine Repair, Mini, Fiat, Passenger Cars
TV WatchersFans of both new show "Raising Hope" and iconic comedy "Mary Tyler Moore" will have the opportunity to see an actress who is featured in both in Bethlehem next week. Cloris Leachman, best known for her role as Phyllis in......
Los Angeles Times Theater CriticNEW YORK -- The old "contents may have shifted during flight" warning seemed especially worrying for "One Man, Two Guvnors," the London smash from the National Theatre of Great Britain that opened last week on Broadway. Although the play by Richard...
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