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9/15/14: Today's Tips: Monday
MUSIC : Ramblin Jug Stompers @ McGeary's Pub , Albany. Raisin' a rollickin' roots-music ruckus, Bowtie, Cousin Clyde, Mister Eck and Wild Bill return to their home-away-from-home for another edition of their long-running third-Monday-of-the-month residency.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Lovett: 'I never felt compelled to become a character that was outside myself'
As much as Lyle Lovett loves the American Quarter Horse Association - and he truly does - he's just not quite ready to acknowledge where he should be competing. Like it or not, Lovett, an active rider and AQHA member, is able to compete in the Adequan Select World Championships, which are for horse enthusiasts age 50 and older and just wrapped up another year of competition in Amarillo.
Lily Tomlin to Become First Out Lesbian Recipient of Kennedy Center Honors
Lily Tomlin will be one of five recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors this year, the first out lesbian to be chosen. The Kennedy Center Honors recognize living artists for lifetime contributions to American culture through the performing arts.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Sting, Tom Hanks among Kennedy Center honorees
It's a rare honor for an artist to receive accolades from the president, let alone have him sing one of your tunes. Now Al Green can claim both, knowing that President Barack Obama is a fan.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
A Brief Celebration of Lily Tomlin in "Nashville"
"Don't talk about me like I'm not here!" Don't worry Julia, I mostly have nice things to say... wish Wiest would come back to claim her stature as the Walter Brennan of Supporting Actress Oscar winners -- she's one shy of three Your suscription dimes make an enormous difference to The Film Experience in terms of stability and budget to dream ... (more)
Mon Sep 01, 2014
On this Day in Movie History, September 1, 1939: Lily Tomlin born
It was on this day, September 1, 1939 Emmy Award-winning comedy-writer American actress, comedian, writer, and producer Lily Tomlin was born.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Hell on Frisco Bay
WHO: Robert Altman directed Robin Williams in his first major motion picture role.