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Lily Tomlin at LaughFest 2014: Why 'Laugh-In' star said no to the hit comedy show at first
Comedian Lily Tomlin made her TV debut more than 40 years ago on a show that also featured James Brown, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and a Beatles music video.
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On Movies: Goldblum settles in at 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
The beard. The mustache. The thick-rimmed glasses. There's something about Jeff Goldblum's look in The Grand Budapest Hotel , opening here March 21, that says Sigmund Freud , that says Luigi Pirandello .
The Austin Chronicle
Lily Tomlin, Citizen of Austin
For Lily Tomlin , who appears at the Paramount Theatre on Friday, a trip to Austin is practically a homecoming.
Man Wanted In Hopkinsville Shooting
HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. Police in southern Kentucky are searching for a man accused of shooting another man outside a liquor store over the weekend.
Erie Times News
Marty Stuart's as country as they come
It was that rarest of Nashville nights: a Friday at the Franklin Theatre, where Marty Stuart, fresh from taping the sixth season of his eponymous roots-music cable television series, was holding court.
Lily Tomlin to Perform at PlayhouseSquare's Ohio Theatre, 3/9
Comedienne Lily Tomlin either has the metabolism of a hummingbird or she never sleeps...it's the only plausible explanation of how she's been able to accomplish her ber-prolific number of entertainment credits! From Tomlin's TV to movies, comedy to drama, records to live stand-up, plus theater, writing and animated features...over-achiever Lily has ... (more)
Upcoming Cinema Overdrive, Cool Classics, & Golden Age features at the Colony
It's time, once again, to check out coming attractions at the Colony Theater in Raleigh in their revival series Cinema Overdrive , Cool Classics , and their new series Golden Age, which kicked off last month with Blake Edward's beloved 1961 rom com "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
Marty Stuart is as country as they come, musically, and proud of it
It was that rarest of Nashville nights: a Friday at The Franklin Theatre, where Marty Stuart, fresh from taping the sixth season of his eponymous roots-music cable television series, was holding court with his Fabulous Superlatives in tow and no agenda.
The Long Goodbye
Los Angeles, the early 1970s. Down-at-heel private eye Philip Marlowe is asked by his friend Terry Lennox to the Mexican border.