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From 'All in the Family' to 'Breaking Bad': 24 Legendary Creators...
Drama "It" boys and comedy gods come together to trade notes and pose for an epic class picture King of the Hill creator Mike Judge arrived first to Quixote Studios in Hollywood .
James Barbour, Nancy Anderson, Sara Gettelfinger, Mamie Parris and...
James Barbour, Nancy Anderson, Sara Gettelfinger, Mamie Parris and More Star in THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK at Ogunquit - Full Cast Announced! Get ready for a wickedly good time when the bewitching musical comedy, The Witches of Eastwick, hits the Ogunquit Playhouse stage September 3 through 27. Based on the Warner Brothers hit motion picture, this ... (more)
Rob Reiner says the Tea Party is like Hamas
Being called one of the most asinine comparisons a person could make, Hollywood actor and director Rob Reiner likened the persons of the political Tea Party persuasion to persons of the Hamas political persuasion.
Robin Williams Tribute Planned for Emmy Awards
The producers of this year's Emmy Awards broadcast are planning a tribute to the late Robin Williams, who died of an apparent suicide on Monday.
Casting Legend Marion Dougherty to Receive 2014 Governors Award at Creative Emmys
Late casting director Marion Dougherty - known for discovering All in the Family's Archie Bunker, will receive the 2014 Governors Award at the 66th Creative Arts Emmys.
EMMYS: TV Academy To Honor Casting Queen Marion Dougherty With...
Casting director Marion Dougherty will be posthumously awarded the 2014 Governors Award, the Television Academy said today.
The News Tribune
Dive into a big bowl of cold soup
Cold soups can be the perfect response to a sticky summer day. Some varieties include, clockwise from top right, Cold Corn Vichyssoise, Farmers Market Gazpacho, Ginger Carrot Soup and Summer Fruit Soup.
Rob Reiner talks movies
Rob Reiner is and always will be best known for his stint as ultra-liberal Mike Stivic on the TV classic 'All in the Family,' which ran from 1971-1979.
Info 101: Movieclips 221: Michael Douglas plays a dink and so it goes
Rob Reiner has directed a film that isn't even edgy enough to have been an episode of All in the Family.
New York Daily News
Rob Reiner: Hollywood no longer 'makes movies about real people'
Ask Bronx native Rob Reiner about climbing out of the director's chair and stepping in front of the lens, and the man who earned five Golden Globe nominations for acting on CBS's "All in the Family" star offers a broad smile.