I Love Lucy Newswire

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  1. Douglas Todd: On ditzy wives and idiot husbandsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

    North America's key gender message in the 1950s was encapsulated in the TV sitcom, I Love Lucy. Lucille Ball was portrayed as a ditzy, lovable housewife, married to an amusingly macho husband, Desi Arnaz.

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  2. Lucille Ball Statue Set To Be ReplacedRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com

    An Unpopular Statue Of Late Comedienne Lucille Ball Is Set To Be Replaced After A Fan Made A $20,000 Donation. A bronze sculpture of the I Love Lucy star was erected in Celoron, New York, the village where Ball grew up, in 2009, but many locals were unhappy with the look of the piece and branded it an eyesore.

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  3. Man donates $20K to replace 'Scary Lucy' statue in Lucille Ball's WNY hometownRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Post-Standard

    ... Boch said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew international attention last month when a Facebook posting called for ...

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  4. Deyo And Lee To Split The Stage For An Evening Of ComedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    ... Saturday. Pete Lee and Tony Deyo will grace the stage in the re-creation of Ricky's famous club from the epic "I Love Lucy" show for An Evening of Comedy, hosted by the National Comedy Center. Lee, who has appeared on VH1's "Best Week Ever," "Late ...

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  5. Lucille Ball's 'Scary Lucy' statue to be replaced after $20,000 donationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... bronze tribute bears little resemblance to Ball, who passed away in 1989 and is best known for 1950s show I Love Lucy. In a letter to Hollywood Reporter earlier this month, artist Dave Poulin said he was "heartsick" over the reaction to the statue ...

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  6. Yes, Amy Schumer really is everywhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CNN

    ... comedians who came before them: Lucille Ball had already found success as a model and actress by the time "I Love Lucy" arrived in 1951, but the show's creation left a lasting mark on pop culture. Ball and husband Desi Arnaz founded their own ...

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  7. Demi Lovato is the face of mental health in new campaignRead the original story

    Thursday | Erie Times News

    ... England, said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze statue in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew attention recently when a Facebook posting called for ...

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  8. US businessman donates $20K to replace 'Scary Lucy' statue in star's NY hometownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Brandon Sun

    ... England, said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew international attention last month when a Facebook posting called ...

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  9. AP Photo/The Post-Journal Boch donates $20,000 to replace - Scary Lucy' statueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boston.com

    ... her like Ernie Boch Jr. did recently. As the Internet gawked at a bizarre sculpture of Ball installed in the "I Love Lucy" star's Western New York hometown of Celoron, Boch resolved to get it replaced. The Boston-area car magnate donated $20,000 to ...

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  10. Lucille Ball fan donates $20K to replace 'Scary Lucy' statueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... England, said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew international attention last month when a Facebook posting called ...

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  11. Man donates $20,000 for new Lucille Ball statueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Fox News

    ... England, said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew international attention last month when a Facebook posting called ...

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  12. Massachusetts businessman donates $20K to replace 'Scary Lucy' statue in star's NY hometownRead the original story

    Thursday | 680News

    ... England, said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew international attention last month when a Facebook posting called ...

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  13. Massachusetts businessman donates $20K to replace 'Scary Lucy' statue ...Read the original story

    Thursday | Castanet.net

    ... England, said he made the donation because he loved Lucille Ball and is a big fan of her 1950s television show, "I Love Lucy." The life-size bronze in Lucille Ball Memorial Park drew international attention last month when a Facebook posting called ...

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  14. No - Splainin' NecessaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    ... Norwood, Massachusetts, donated toward the purchase of a new statue of Lucille Ball because he has always loved "I Love Lucy." "Lucille Ball was America's most beloved actress and comedienne of the 20th century," Boch said, president and CEO of ...

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  15. Hollywood is a dead town, at least on this tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | TwinCities

    ... Michaels does have a point. When is the last time you've thought about William Frawley (the droll Fred Mertz on "I Love Lucy") or Brian Keith (beloved "Family Affair" patriarch) or Marie Prevost (silent screen diva turned pop-song subject)? They all ...

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  16. TV: We Love Lucy a in living colorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Cape Cod Times

    Of course I'm talking about the fun-loving neighbors featured in “I Love Lucy,” arguably the most famous TV show in history. And although I've watched every episode in classic black-and-white, I'm looking forward to seeing America's favorite redhead in color, thanks to CBS.

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  17. 'I Love Lucy' stage show set for PalaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Norwalk Citizen News

    Euriamis Losada is Ricky Ricardo and Thea Brooks is Lucy Ricardo in "I Love Lucy Live on Stage" which will play the Palace Theater in Waterbury May 30-31. Photo: Contributed Photo Lucy Richardo is determined to make it in show business in "I Love Lucy Live on Stage" which also features Kevin Remington as Fred Mertz, Lori Hammel as Ethel Mertz and Euriamis Losada as the long-suffering Ricky Ricardo.

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  18. 'Right off your mom's TV set': Experience '50s TV with a live homage to 'I Love Lucy' at LMARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It's been almost 60 years since I Love Lucy left the CBS airwaves, but thanks to the enduring popularity of Lucille Ball and her slapstick comedy, it continues to pop up not only in reruns, but in primetime specials, including one this past weekend. But for those who want to know what it was like to watch the show being filmed before a live studio audience during its original 1951-1957 network run, unless you have a time machine, you're out of luck.

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  19. 'Right off your mom's TV set'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Home

    It's been almost 60 years since I Love Lucy left the CBS airwaves, but thanks to the enduring popularity of Lucille Ball and her slapstick comedy, it continues to pop up not only in reruns, but in primetime specials, including one this past weekend. But for those who want to know what it was like to watch the show being filmed before a live studio audience during its original 1951-1957 network run, unless you have a time machine, you're out of luck.

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  20. TV: We Love Lucy a in living colorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Cape Cod Times

    Of course I'm talking about the fun-loving neighbors featured in “I Love Lucy,” arguably the most famous TV show in history. And although I've watched every episode in classic black-and-white, I'm looking forward to seeing America's favorite redhead in color, thanks to CBS.

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