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52 min ago | Memphis Commercial Appeal

Germantown High students win Emmy for TV work

A pair of Germantown High School students have won an Emmy in the arts and entertainment category for student television productions.


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Sun Apr 20, 2014

'Days of our Lives': must-see Monday episode featuring EJ and Sami

Please stop reading if you don't want to be spoiled.**** ***** Fans of NBC's " Days of our Lives ," are in for a treat when a Must-See episode of the Emmy winning show airs on Monday, April 21 focusing on the characters of EJ and Sami .


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WonderCon: LEGENDS Panel Recap; TNT Offers First Look at New Spy Drama Starring Sean Bean

Premiering August 13th on TNT is Legends , a new espionage thriller developed for TV by three-time Emmy award winner Howard Gordon .


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The Orlando Sentinel

'Voice' finalists, 'Blacklist' showdown, May sweeps

Sisaundra Lewis Orlando singer Sisaundra Lewis has had a memorable run this season on NBC's 'The Voice.'


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Celebrity Dirty Laundry

The Amazing Race RECAP 4/20/14: Season 24 Episode 8 "Donkylicious"

Tonight on CBS the Emmy award winning show The Amazing Race returns for yet another exciting installment.


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Courier News

New York Pops honoring famed N.J. composer

Marc Shaiman's purpose in life became finely tuned the summer before he began the seventh grade.


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The Atlantic

6th and I Program on C-SPAN Tonight

This week the Atlantic's editor-in-chief, James Bennet, interviewed Deb Fallows and me in an evening program at Washington's historic Sixth and I Street Synagogue .


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Sat Apr 19, 2014

'700 Sundays': Billy Crystal brings his stage hit to HBO

They weren't enough time to spend with his late concert promoter father, Jack; the original run of the Tony Award-winning stage show about their relationship - titled "700 Sundays" - wasn't enough, so Crystal brought it back to Broadway for a recent nine-week revival; and having it be only a theatrical event wasn't enough, so Crystal has turned it ... (more)


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Exclusive: 'The Travel Detective' Peter Greenberg on avoiding airport oopsies

When it comes to the art of successfully surviving a trip through the local airport, few have more extensive experience than Emmy-winning journalist and producer Peter Greenberg .


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Award Winning Leslie Uggams to Star in Connecticut Repertory Theatre's GYPSY, 7/10-20

According to The Courant, Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress Lesli Uggams will be starring as Mama Rose in the Connecticut Repertory Theatre's upcoming production of Gypsy.


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"Dancing with the Goddess" captures Kilauea like never before

Mick Kalber has been documenting the ebb and flow of Kilauea Volcano for the past 30 years, and now his life's work is about to play on the big screen as a feature-length documentary.


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CST to Celebrate Shakespeare's 450th Birthday with Our City, Our Shakespeare, Begin. 5/1

Chicago Shakespeare Theater along with Chicago's civic and cultural leaders celebrate William Shakespeare 's 450th Birthday with the premiere of "Our City, Our Shakespeare," a documentary exploring Shakespeare's enduring presence in Chicago, featuring Chicago Shakespeare Theater , Lyric Opera of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Art Institute of ... (more)


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The best TV you don't watch

Welcome to the ever-changing world of "Orphan Black." Whether you're new to the show or just need a quick catch-up to prepare for Season 2, here's a handy guide to knowing your clones -- all played by actress Tatiana Maslany.


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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Ryan Seacrest to quit 'American Idol'?

Ryan Seacrest is reportedly planning to quit 'American Idol.' The 39-year-old star, who has hosted the US reality singing competition since its first season in 2002, wants to jump ship before the FOX series is cancelled due to declining ratings.


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Hampton Roads Daily Press

'SNL' marking 40 years with 3-hour special

"Saturday Night Live" plans a blowout 40th birthday party - a three-hour live special that will air on Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015 and include a huge reunion of former cast members.


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'Scandal' season finale recap; death of a child, birth of a lie, daddy's home

Spoiler alerts: Let's dissect last night's awesome Scandal finale. Episode 18 was 'The Price of Free and Fair Election' and the price was terrible and costly.


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'Orphan Black': The best show you're not watching

If fans thought season one of "Orphan Black" was mysterious, get ready to spiral deeper down the rabbit hole for a second season.


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Asbury Park Press

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Kathy Griffin jokes about a lot of things. But she's semi-serious when she says that awards really do matter to her.


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Judith Light & More to be Honored at 13th Annual UCP of NYC Women Who Care Luncheon, 5/7

Loreen Arbus , Founder & Chair of Women Who Care and Edward R. Matthews, CEO of United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, today announced the honorees for the 13th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon.


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Thu Apr 17, 2014

TV's Golden Age Brings Back Masculine Leading Men

The original made a mint but the reason a lot of moneymaking drag-comedies don't get sequels is due to the fact that it's hard enough to figure out a conceit to get a guy in the dress the first time.


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