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Mar 23,2009
LOS ANGELES — Dweezil Zappa is not prone to crying in public, but he got all choked up when his band, Zappa Plays Zappa, won a Grammy Award this year for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.   Dweezil Zappa's band, Zappa plays Zappa, received a Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance this year. The band wants to introduce the new generation to Frank Zappa's legendary music. Photo courtesy of Diva Zappa/Zappa Family Trust.  "Did you feel it? ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2009
Q: I keep reading about "pilot season." What is it? Why is it so important for soap opera actors? — Clarice in Baton Rouge, La. A: Pilot season is not just important to actors who toil on soaps. Think of pilot season as a television industry job fair. It is a four-month period (January to April) that has every actor drooling. Actors think of pilot season like sugar plum fairies dancing over their heads. During ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2009
We are going to step off our soapbox for a moment. The stunning death of Natasha Richardson has caused a collective "oh, how sad" from around the world. Richardson, 45, died earlier this week following a skiing accident. The Tony Award-winning actress ("Cabaret") was on a beginners ski slope when she fell and suffered a catastrophic brain injury. At one time, I was a television film critic. One of the perks is getting to meet ... [full story]
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Mar 28,2009
2009-03-28 ALL MY CHILDREN: With her eyesight returned, Reese literally sees things clearly for the first time in a long time and plans to stay in town to prove to Erica and Kendall that she's worthy of Bianca's love. Reese urges Kendall to fight for her marriage. Ryan warns Aidan that he's going to take everything away from Zach. Ryan informs Zach that he's taken over Cambias, as well as the casino. Kendall wants to ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2009
2009-03-21 ALL MY CHILDREN: Aidan busts a nervous Pete for using his computer skills to help Ryan spy on Zach. Aidan strong-arms Pete into reporting back to him on everything he does for Ryan in exchange for a handsome fee. Randi impulsively proposes to Frankie in an effort to hold on to him. Amanda comes up with a plan to make sure David never gets his hand on her baby and begs Jake to help ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2009
Soldier-turned-reality-TV-star-turned-soldier Ryan Conklin is adjusting to life on the base where he's tried to keep his TV experience under wraps. "Being back in the Army, I didn't want people to think of me as a guy on 'The Real World' because we're all in this together. I would rather them look at me as a soldier and respect me for my knowledge and experience, but obviously I couldn't keep it a secret forever," he notes. ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2009
Drew Carey hasn't been letting a major case of pneumonia keep him away from working to spread the word about his new love — The Seattle Sounders soccer team. Not only was the comic determined to be on hand in Seattle last week for the launch of the inaugural season of the team on which he's a minority owner, he's been beating the drum for the Sounders far and wide — while he's coped with ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2009
DEAR STACY: I haven't heard anything about Clarence Gilyard of "Walker, Texas Ranger" in a while. What has he been up to? — Geri G., Austin, Texas DEAR GERI: Gilyard — who also co-starred in "Matlock" with Andy Griffith and played Pastor Bruce Barnes in the "Left Behind" movies — left acting behind, at least for the time being. He returned to Southern Methodist University in 2003, earned his masters in teaching theater arts, and ... [full story]
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Mar 23,2009
Bonnie Hunt is grateful — and relieved — that her syndicated talk show has been renewed for a second year. She points out that it was not something she was able to take for granted. "In daytime," she says, "it's very hard to stay alive. I really feel fortunate to have a pickup." And on her terms. She notes that on some competing shows, "There seems to be a desperation to provoke — to surprise ... [full story]
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Mar 05,2009
DEVELOPER: Capcom PUBLISHER: Capcom SYSTEM: Microsoft Xbox 360 (also on PS3) PRICE: $59.99 ESRB RATING: Teen REVIEW RATING: 4 stars (out of 5)   "Street Fighter IV features gorgeous 3D characters and backgrounds as well as exciting new characters and maneuvers. Photo courtesy of Capcom.    In "Deadly Creatures," players control a rugged Scorpion and a nimble Tarantula as they battle and evade a wide variety of real-life desert critters. Photo courtesy of Rainbow Studios.  REVIEW SCORING SYSTEM 5 ... [full story]
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Mar 05,2009
  It's pretty rare when a hunter kills a wild bison, at least legally. It's even more rare that said hunter is a pretty good writer. Yet that's what comes together in "American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon" (Doubleday, 277 pages, $24.95). Steven Rinella, author of "The Scavenger's Guide to Haute Cuisine" and an Outside magazine contributor, won a lottery to hunt a herd of buffalo in Alaska. He managed to track and snag ... [full story]
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Mar 05,2009
Circumstances beyond llan Rubin's control kept him from watching the star-studded Grammy Awards telecast, but he doesn't mind one bit. "I've been a bit busy," he explained as the newest member of Nine Inch Nails (or NIN, as it is fondly known by fans).   Nine Inch Nails welcomes 20-year-old Ilan Rubin as the band's new drummer. Photo courtesy of K.C. Alfred.  Touring with the world's most innovative and successful industrial-rock band would be a major thrill ... [full story]
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Mar 05,2009
It is time for another installment of "As Time Warner Doesn't Turn." When last your heroine (me) had a throwdown with Time Warner she decided, as any good soap opera heroine would, to return to the guy (in this case, guys) who had done her wrong. For a while she was treated fairly. Even got a gift card in the mail. Then last week TW could not help itself and reverted to form. Tragedy struck ... [full story]
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