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  1. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  2. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Wednesday | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  3. We will not be stifled, says local advocacy groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    The Terrace Standard article of Feb. 25. " Just stop it, says district ", brings to mind the phrase "Stifle it, Edith" which was often the response of husband Archie Bunker who starred in the old 1970's TV show "All in the Family". The comment and character are not unlike that presented to the public in meetings both at city council and the regional district.

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  4. Props and script from "Mad Men" will be on display at SmithsonianRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Star Tribune

    The gray suit and fedora worn by Jon Hamm as the enigmatic lead in the landmark series "Mad Men" will join the permanent collection at the Washington, D.C., museum in a ceremony on March 27. The Smithsonian, famously the home to Archie Bunker's armchair from "All in the Family," also will receive other key memorabilia from the show, including Don's well-worn bar cart and the original script for the Season 1 finale, "The Wheel," complete with an ending that was never filmed.

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  5. Washington, D.C.: As seen on TVRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | The Miami Herald

    Don Draper is headed for the Smithsonian. The gray suit and fedora worn by Jon Hamm as the enigmatic lead in the landmark series Mad Men will join the permanent collection at the Smithsonian's Museum of American History in a ceremony on March 27. The ceremony is one of a number of exhibitions, panel conversations and screenings planned at major cultural institutions in New York, Los Angeles and Washington in the run-up to the show's final seven episodes, which begin airing April 5. The Smithsonian, famously the home to Archie Bunker's armchair from All in the Family , will also receive other key memorabilia from the show, including Don's no doubt well-worn bar cart, and the original script for the memorable Season 1 finale, "The Wheel," complete with an ending that was never filmed.

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  6. Don Draper's suit and Gutenberg Bibles - American museums get new donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | South China Morning Post

    ... the Washington museum in a ceremony later this month to join such items as Archie Bunker's armchair (from All in the Family ) and the Fonz's leather jacket (from Happy Days ). Another donation with more historical significance is going to Princeton ...

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  7. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  8. Will Adam Levine Give the "Performance of His Life" Sunday Night at the Oscars?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | WMGI-FM Terre Haute

    ... [breeze-BWAH], who were in the '90s band The New Radicals . Brisebois, who also acted in the TV shows All in the Family and its spinoff Archie Bunker's Place , says that when she and Alexander were writing the songs for Begin Again, they had no idea ...

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  9. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  10. Don Draper's suit, fedora and bar cart will go to the SmithsonianRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Recordpub.com

    ... episodes, which begin airing April 5. The Smithsonian, famously the home to Archie Bunker's armchair from "All in the Family," will also receive other key memorabilia from the show, including Don's no doubt well-worn bar cart, and the original ...

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  11. Don Draper's suit, fedora and bar cart will go to the SmithsonianRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | The Maryland Gazette

    ... episodes, which begin airing April 5. The Smithsonian, famously the home to Archie Bunker's armchair from "All in the Family," will also receive other key memorabilia from the show, including Don's no doubt well-worn bar cart, and the original ...

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  12. Oscar song nominee Danielle Brisebrois wasn't afraid to 'Begin Again'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | Los Angeles Times

    'All in the Family' child star Danielle Brisebois is in the Oscar chase as co-writer for a 'Begin Again' song One of the biggest she ever took was to walk away from acting when she was 18 to concentrate on her music career. Though there have been struggles and disappointments along the way, Brisebois has become an accomplished, award-winning composer.

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  13. Review: Norman Lear's memoir reveals TV icon's personal sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... years Lear emerged as a major player behind the camera, which became a golden perch with the arrival of All in the Family . The story of All in the Family , with its blatantly racist dialogue and provocative themes, not to mention flushing toilets, ...

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  14. Anchor aweigh: Brian Williams and the changing dynamics of the TV news businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Mashable

    Archie Bunker, the patriarch of 1970s hit sitcom All in the Family , used to sit on a recliner and yell at the nightly news, reserving his sharpest barbs for Walter Cronkite of CBS. "Every evening, the theme of the show was him sitting around, watching Walter Cronkite and yelling at him," said Mitchell Stephens, a professor of journalism at New York University that has chronicled the changes in media.

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  15. MomentumFOR REALRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 11 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  16. DVD reviews: 'The Jeffersons: Complete Series'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | SFGate

    Before there could be the black bigot George Jefferson on "The Jeffersons," there had to be the white bigot Archie Bunker on "All in the Family" . That Norman Lear -produced series introduced the working-class Bunker family living in Queens, New York, with Archie driven to hate all the things about America he couldn't understand, with emphasis on blacks, homosexuals and anyone disagreeing with his views.

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  17. On Native GroundWHY Reward Fat Cat Bankers? Move Your MoneyRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2015 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  18. On Native GroundWHY Reward Fat Cat Bankers? Move Your MoneyRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  19. On Native GroundWHY Reward Fat Cat Bankers? Move Your MoneyRead the original story

    Jan 27, 2015 | American Reporter

    ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Today would be Carroll O'Connor's birthday. In the person of Archie Bunker, starring in "All in the Family," a sitcom in the 70s, he personified an American bigot.

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  20. LOL! Jennifer Lawrence Needs a Xanax, Calls Hunger Games a ''Huge F--king Failure''Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2015 | E! Online

    ... we would all crowd around and watch Fred Sanford [ on Sanford and Son ], we'd watch Archie Bunker [on All in the Family ]." Lear's productions are known for their left-leaning viewpoints and for tackling taboo subjects, including abortion, gay ...

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