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'GMA' weatherman joins Weather Channel
A: Sam Champion has joined the Weather Channel, where he will host a morning show beginning March 17. The show will be called "AMHQ With Sam Champion," the letters standing for "America's Morning Headquarters."
End of days for debauched dynasty
POPE CULTURE: Viewers bid farewell to the legendary Pope Alexander VI and his family s depraved deeds in M-Net Series Showcases finale of The Borgias tonight.
Mark & Kristin Reveal The Story Behind Donna Lewis' "I Love You...
This morning's featured singer grew up in wales. in 1977, when she was 4 years old, there was a mini-series on british television starring a new, young actor named Jeremy Irons.
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Pop culture Q&A: What happened to 'Good Morning America' weatherman?
A: Actually, Sam Champion moved on to another network. He has joined the Weather Channel, where he will host a morning show beginning March 17. The show will be called "AMHQ With Sam Champion," the letters standing for America's Morning Headquarters.
Ralph Fiennes discusses his porter job ahead of The Grand Budapest Hotel
'I'm not a tough guy, but everyone's got a bit of rage': Ralph Fiennes discusses his brief hotel porter job ahead of playing concierge Gustave in The Grand Budapest Hotel For six months in 1983, between finishing his art course and starting at RADA, Ralph Fiennes worked as a porter at London's Brown's Hotel.
Actor Adam Baldwin: If we accept same-sex...
Adam Baldwin, an actor best known for his performances in Full Metal Jacket, The Patriot and Firefly, outraged homosexual activists last week by questioning why marriage redefinition should not apply to single fathers who love their sons and want to enjoy all the tax benefits of marriage.
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Amid rising tensions, ACLU joins Watauga school book battle
The House of the Spirits is the debut novel of Isabel Allende. After being rejected by several publishers, the novel was published in Barcelona in 1982.
'Reversal of Fortune' is well-worth seeing
Often, films that are nominated for or win Academy Awards are based on true stories of notorious people who receive a great deal of public attention.
Jeremy Irons, Ben Kingsley, and Patricia Hodge star in this rarely screened adaptation of one of Harold Pinter's greatest plays, a semi-autobiographical portrait of an adulterous affair.