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3 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
OHM turned into OMG when Hugh Jackman took the stage at Tuesday night's gala in honor of David Lynch's foundation for meditation.
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
Do You Know Which Congress Members Are Criminals?
6 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Bravo Media is packed with Persian pride next week with two brand new episodes of "Shahs of Sunset" airing on Sunday, December 8 at 9pm ET/PT and Tuesday, December 10 at 10pm ET/PT.
10 hrs ago | The Washington Post
A gruesome murder shakes "Bones" when the crew investigates a nationally ranked gymnast who is murdered and her remains are hit by lightning and then strewn about a park.
12 hrs ago | Switched
You say you want a revolutiona Check out the poster for the new season of #Shameless , returning Jan 12th.
16 hrs ago | Marquette Tribune
'Tis the season to roll the aluminum pole out of the crawl space and head over to Brady Street for Milwaukee's celebration of Festivus, the holiday for the rest of us.
Jerry Seinfeld will bring his observational humor to town with a stand-up comedy show at 7 p.m. Friday at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium.
TV Land debuted its new comedy "Kirstie" Wednesday , a sitcom starring "Cheers" alums Kirstie Alley and Rhea Perlman plus "Seinfeld" alum Michael Richards .
In compliance with the Kirstie Alley Fame Preservation Act of 1998, TV Land has cast her in the role she is most comfortable playing - that of the vain, zaftig, wisecracking actress whose long celebrity ride is now fueled mainly by fumes.
Seinfeld has been a pop culture icon since it began in 1989 and its influence continues to this day, as is demonstrated by this fantastic Seinfeld parody video set to Arcade Fire's 'Here Comes the Night.'
Broadway and TV actor Eric Petersen admitted that he used comedy as a defensive mechanism while growing up in Carol Stream.
Growing up Conservative in suburban New Jersey, Allison Josephs didn't know any Orthodox Jews, yet had a "very, very negative" opinion of them.
Nov. 30--As Wichitans, it is our duty to give anything our hometown star Kirstie Alley does a chance -- whether it's dancing with stars, putting up holiday decor on Douglas or starring a new television series.
Remember George Costanza's wallet? George, one of the main characters on TV's "Seinfeld," had a wallet so full of junk that it exploded, casting his receipts into the New York streets.
Three-time Emmy winner and "Seinfeld" star Michael Richards talks about his return to network television as eccentric chauffeur Frank Baxter in TV Land's "Kirstie" , his first series since his infamous N-word rant at a black heckler at the Laugh Factory in 2006.
Before "Community" fans got their wish and creator Dan Harmon was reinstated as the creative leader of the series, they were looking ahead to his new sci-fi cartoon "Rick and Morty," which is due to air on the Cartoon Network.