Friday Dec 6
Cape Cod Times
Comedy a treat for those who love Lucy
"I Love Lucy, Live on Stage" is a time machine of sorts, allowing viewers to go back to 1952 and be part of the studio audience at Desilu Studios where Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz are taping two episodes of their popular television comedy.
'I Love Lucy'
On Dec. 20, CBS will rebroadcast "The Christmas Episode" of "I Love Lucy," and that's big news.
Lucille Ball impetus for Osborne's writing career
Lucille Ball took Robert Osborne under her wing more than 50 years ago when the Turner Classic Movies host was a fledgling actor in Hollywood.
Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "The Big Street"
Today's feature is queen of comedy Lucille Ball's personal favorite of her films.
Postcards from the Road: Who doesn't love Lucy?
Lake Chautauqua in western New York State is what I call the westernmost of the Finger Lakes.
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A Pratfall Too Far
Mike & Molly started with promise, settled into comfortable, and descended into being nearly unwatchable by making Molly, once a dedicated fourth grade teacher, into a careening mess.
'I Love Lucy Live' recreates beloved '50s sitcom
Sirena Irwin transforms into Lucille Ball's alter-ego Lucy Ricardo in 'I Love Lucy Live On Stage' at Boston's Colonial Theatre Lucille Ball, the actress best known for her signature role as the zany, redheaded Lucy Ricardo, was one of a kind.
Everybody remembers Lucille Ball and the overwhelming majority of us loved her, but how well did we really know her? Director and playwright Lenny Schwartz poses that question and examines the life behind-the-scenes of television's most famous redhead in his captivating docudrama, "Lucy," presented by Daydream Theatre Company.
Save the Date: This week in celebrity anniversaries
Nov. 17, 1995. Actor/producer/director Tony Randall and Heather Harlan, New York.
I Love Lucy actress Mitchell dies
Shirley Mitchell, the American actress believed to be the last surviving adult cast member from classic sitcom I Love Lucy, has died in Los Angeles aged 94. Mitchell, the widow of Oscar-winning composer Jay Livingston, played Lucy's friend Marion Strong in three episodes of Lucille Ball's 1950s sitcom.
Mark Rylance on How I Love Lucy Inspired His Performance as Olivia in Twelfth Night
Two-time Tony winner Mark Rylance has been showered with praise for his dual performances in Richard III and Twelfth Night .
BRIEF: Way Public Library to hold technology 'petting zoo'
Technicians will help residents with questions with the gadgets and show how convenient and entertaining the different items can be.
Lucie Arnaz auctions Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz family heirlooms
Not that there was really any doubt, but Lucie Arnaz is still getting visible proof of how many people still love her parents.