Christian Science Monitor
What's the best TV sitcom of all time? Help us decide
L: Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jerry Seinfeld star in Seinfeld.
Thanh Nein News
Vietnam: You're so good-lookin'
One white expat's odd May 19 ode to Ho Chi Minh and Malcolm X on the occasion of their respective 123rd and 88th birthdays According to this week's 'My Two Cents' contributor, American geniuses Malcolm X and Jerry Seinfeld agree: the Vietnamese people should stop whitening their skin and otherwise desist from further Europeanizing their appearance ... (more)
Cinema Blend News
Beyond Arrested Development: 5 Classic TV Comedies We'd Like To See Return
We're living in a world where TV programs may get the chance to move from networks to cable instead of getting cancelled, and where reboots and spinoffs are acceptable, but are not the only options for series.
The Globe and Mail
The great comedic outsider: David Steinberg
David Steinberg appeared on The Tonight Show more than 130 times, which puts him second on the all-time list behind Bob Hope.
Thu May 23, 2013
Modesto's Gallo Center stages to light up for 2013-14 season
The star power will be so bright, you just might need to wear shades inside the Gallo Center for Arts for the 2013-14 performance season.
Funniest TV Characters of All Time
In this write-up, Buzzle documents 5 funniest male and female TV characters to have ever hit the small screen... Sitcoms have been a blessing to television viewers.
Robert Klein at Governor's in Levittown
Comedian Robert Klein is 71, but he promises "the head is still hip." With nine HBO specials and 82 " Tonight Show " appearances to his name, Klein ranks among the legends of comedy.
Prince Albert Daily Herald
Jason Alexander: Life after Seinfeld
On June 3, Jason Alexander will be on stage at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre with his variety comedy show consisting of stand-up, music and interactive crowd skits.
Wed May 22, 2013
San Francisco Magazine
Jason Alexander Teaches San Francisco How to Be Jewish
The "Seinfeld" star talks his hit musical revue about Jewish culture and classic comedy opening this week in the Bay Area.
Modesto's Gallo Center attracts serious star power for next season
The star power will be so bright, you just might need to wear shades inside the Gallo Center for the Arts for the 2013-14 performance season.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Burning: Collector's Edition
With the overabundance of '80s slasher films out on the DVD/Blu-ray market, why is "The Burning," from 1981, so sought after? It's a prime example of a genre that continues on to this day, even if it is generic, dated and badly acted.
US News & World Report
Drew Magary 'Someone Could Get Hurt' Book Interview
"My hope was to write something that at least, if you didn't have kids, it will be funny anyway," Magary says.
Seinfeld's Web Domain
The Webbys, to avoid the oppressive yada yada yada that can smother awards ceremonies, mercifully limit acceptance speeches to five words.
Fri May 17, 2013
BiZBash Event Style News
Robin Hood Benefit Mixes Bright Lights, Gritty Past of Times Square
New York's biggest gala raised $80.7 million and included performances from Elton John, Bono, Mary J. Blige, Louis C.K., and others.
Thu May 16, 2013
He's back, baby!: 'Seinfeld's' George directs new musical based on '60s Jewish comedy LPs
Taking classic '60s-era Jewish comedy albums and turning them into a modern-day musical? That's a pretty big matzah ball hanging out there.
Wed May 15, 2013
Awkward Black Girl's Issa Rae Is About to Blow Up
"Why couldn't Seinfeld have black people? Did they think black people wouldn't find it funny?" This was the question the producer/director/writer Issa Rae asked herself when creating her wildly popular Web series, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl .
Tue May 14, 2013
Colin Quinn has fun with the US Constitution
There aren't that many jokes in the U.S. Constitution and it's never really been a big generator of belly laughs.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Free Dictionary
Seinfeld Series Finale Airs
Seinfeld is an American television sitcom that originally aired on NBC from July 5, 1989, to May 14, 1998, lasting nine seasons, and is now in syndication .
Sat May 11, 2013
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
You Shouldn't Move to Florida Just Because You Retired
Other than orange groves and alligators, one of the most recognizable features of Florida is the state's large population of retirees.
Fri May 10, 2013
Cinema Blend News
5 Underutilized Office Characters Who Left Us Wanting More
The basic success of a television comedy is almost always directly related to how funny audiences find the main characters.