Friday Dec 6
TV trumps movies in new DVDs
The Mortal Instruments, City of Bones, Grade C-plus: In a world where there is no Twilight, Underworld, Stargate , or Star Wars , the film would be an interesting look at a magical universe where turmoil is divided between a war with demons and the battle for young love.
New on DVD: 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones'
But those films do exist, and that leaves "City of Bones" feeling mundane. Director Harald Zwart, the man who gave us the abomination of "Pink Panther 2," shows a lack of talent in blending the big action with emotion.
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Betty White Was 'Trapped' In A Nutcracker Costume On 'The Late Late Show'
Betty White is game for anything, and she's certainly had some memorable appearance on one of her favorite late-night haunts.
'Kirstie' review: Alley sticks to tried and true
Rhea Perlman, as Kirstie Alley's assistant, and Michael Richards, as the star's driver, play familiar characters in Alley's TV Land sitcom.
TV picks for Dec. 1-Dec. 5: "Treme," "Charlie Brown Christmas," "Kirstie," Betty White
The five-episode coda for "Treme" begins as the characters continue to cope with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina through tears, music and a whole lot of red beans and rice.
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Community First: Chippewa Falls Oktoberfest to present funding to community groups
The 2013 Festmeister and Festmeisterin, Dean and Betty White, will present more than $20,000 in donations to the groups on November 20. Oktoberfest was September 20-22 at the Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds.
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Why Betty White Will Never Retire
Betty White will never retire. Here, Hero Dog Cassidy and White pose during the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards 2013 held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, in Beverly Hills, California.
Betty White Lies About Which Gadgets You Should Buy
High atop a leather massage throne, actress Betty White sits, casting a confused look around a makeshift "man cave."