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Bill Cosby Becomes 1st Black Emmy Award Winner On This Day In 1966
It's hard to believe that comedian, actor, and author Bill Cosby never won an Emmy for his groundbreaking NBC sitcom " The Cosby Show ," but he's collected plenty of hardware in his long and illustrious career.
Mon May 13, 2013
In The Loop With: Phylicia Rashad
For Phylicia Rashad, when the final episode of "The Cosby Show" aired on April 30, 1992, her career really began to take flight.
Sat May 11, 2013
Academic funnies: Hey, hey, hey! Bill Cosby's coming to UCA
Bill Cosby 's coming to UCA in the coming months and for Generation X and baby boomers, that's a good thing.
Fri May 10, 2013
TV moms mirror our own
Some of the most recognizable names in television history have portrayed them so brilliantly that we've watched our own mothers, time and again, in one or more of their performances over the past six decades.
Thu May 09, 2013
WTMA-AM North Charleston
Who Are America's Favorite TV Moms?
There have been dozens of TV moms over the years, but June Cleaver of the series Leave It to Beaver has once again been named the TV mom Americans would most like to have had growing up.
Phylicia Rashad directs 'Joe Turner's Come and Gone' play
As Claire Huxtable on "The Cosby Show," Phylicia Rashad ranks as one of TV's all-time favorite moms.
Wed May 08, 2013
Lisa Bonet files lawsuit seeking unspecified damages from 2011 car...
The Cosby Show's Lisa Bonet filed a lawsuit on Wednesday seeking damages for injuries sustained by her and her children in a car crash.
Clair Huxtable leads the list of role models for real TV moms
Our survey of eight area broadcasters found Clair Huxtable, the matriarch of the classic 1980s sitcom, "The Cosby Show," played by Phylicia Rashad, to be overwhelmingly the ideal small-screen mother.
"M" is for the Many Things: A Sermon for Mother's Day
Mother's Day is a day when we moms suspect that your cards tell us not who we really are, but who you, our family, society, and maybe even God wishes we were.
Most beloved television moms
Looks like Beaver had it best. In a recent survey, June Cleaver from the popular 1950s television show, "Leave it to Beaver," came in on top for the mom that Americans would have most liked to be their own mother when they were growing up.
Bill Cosby to Foul-Mouthed Comedians: "Knock Yourself Out"
The very first thing Bill Cosby said on the phone was, "What school did you come out of?" Not, did you go to school, but where did you go to school.
Mon May 06, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Rochelle Riley: My lucky sighting of Erika Alexander of 'Low Winter Sun'
Actress Erika Alexander, left, posing with Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley, is in Detroit to film 'Low Winter Sun.' / Rochelle Riley/Detroit Free Press Had I not, I would not have been ravenous around 3 p.m. And I would not have walked next door to the DoubleTree Fort Shelby hotel in Detroit for food.
The Daily Republic
Parental superpowers finally kick in
I always suspected some parents had superpowers and it was confirmed when I was a junior in high school.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
From Bill to Barack
In 2009 The Cosby Show celebrated 25 years since it's debut on NBC . Loosely based on Cosby's standup work, this iconic sitcom focused on the Huxtable family, an upper middle-class black family living in Brooklyn.
TV Limelight May Return to Hatboro
Locals curious about the outcome of a TV taping at the Hatboro Cemetery and a Newington Drive home in Upper Moreland Township may have their chance to see the footage after all.
Rodney King Riots In Los Angeles Began On This Day In 1992
The "Rodney King Riots," also known as the "Los Angeles Riots," began this day in 1992, after four Los Angeles Police Department officers were acquitted of charges in the savage beating of Rodney King .