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By ALLIE SEMENZA | June 7, 2007
Prepare to laugh Monday when Emmy-Award winner Brad Garrett comes to town. Formerly of Everybody Loves Raymond and now the star of 'Til Death, Garrett returns to his comedic roots with a standup routine. The deep-voiced, 6-foot-8-inch funnyman takes the stage 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave. Tickets are $30-$100. The performance is a Spotlight 2007, Beth Tfiloh's scholarship event. For Beth Tfiloh information, call 410-413-2233 or go to bethtfiloh.com/spotlight.
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | November 13, 2008
Ex-'Idol' contestant found dead near Abdul's house Authorities have identified the woman found dead outside American Idol judge Paula Abdul's house as a fan and one-time show contestant. Paula Goodspeed, 30, was found dead outside Abdul's house Tuesday evening, authorities said. The Los Angeles County coroner's office said relatives identified her body yesterday. Goodspeed tried out for the fifth season of American Idol, but the judges rejected her rendition of "Proud Mary." Relatives reported her missing Tuesday afternoon.
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By Knight-Ridder | June 27, 1991
Television digestCNN confirms that it's talking to disgruntled NBC News anchor Mary Alice Williams about returning to her former shop, where she had served as vice president and anchor. Williams, who joined NBC two years ago on the day that Connie Chung left NBC for CBS, hasn't had much to do since the network canceled her short-lived "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow."*Hungry for the "adrenaline kick" of live TV, "Hard Copy" co-host Alan Frio confirmed Wednesday that he's leaving the syndicated show to be an anchor at KXTV-TV in Sacramento, Calif.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | June 29, 2007
Pixar never disappoints. Rata- touille is a sublime dish of a movie, and the company's piece de resistance. Writer-director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) has crafted it, superbly, from homely and sophisticated ingredients. He practices the art of synesthesia. He catalyzes zesty, tragicomic chain reactions from one sense and makes them tumble headlong into another. When your eyes sink into the visual feast of Ratatouille (pronounced "rat-a-too-ee"), your heartstrings play jazzy melodies, while your brain cells provide a driving beat.
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June 11, 2007
Comedy Brad Garrett See Brad Garrett, formerly of Everybody Loves Raymond and now star of 'Til Death, at the Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave. Tickets for tonight's 7:30 show are $30-$100. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.com.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | June 29, 2007
Pixar never disappoints. Rata- touille is a sublime dish of a movie, and the company's piece de resistance. Writer-director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) has crafted it, superbly, from homely and sophisticated ingredients. He practices the art of synesthesia. He catalyzes zesty, tragicomic chain reactions from one sense and makes them tumble headlong into another. When your eyes sink into the visual feast of Ratatouille (pronounced "rat-a-too-ee"), your heartstrings play jazzy melodies, while your brain cells provide a driving beat.
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | November 13, 2008
Ex-'Idol' contestant found dead near Abdul's house Authorities have identified the woman found dead outside American Idol judge Paula Abdul's house as a fan and one-time show contestant. Paula Goodspeed, 30, was found dead outside Abdul's house Tuesday evening, authorities said. The Los Angeles County coroner's office said relatives identified her body yesterday. Goodspeed tried out for the fifth season of American Idol, but the judges rejected her rendition of "Proud Mary." Relatives reported her missing Tuesday afternoon.
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June 11, 2007
Blue traffic lights? Nowadays, the yellow light means "Pedal to the metal." It means, "No way am I catching that red light with the rest of you losers." No one seems to pay attention to that signal anymore. Maybe blue lights will get people's attention? Hey, it's worth a shot. Today baltimoresun.com/cowherd LPGA's trail of emotions Suzann Pettersen's swing coach used to work with Michelle Wie. Yesterday at the LPGA Championship, his current student finished on top, while his former student was last.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 22, 2003
Producers of The 55th Annual Emmy Awards wanted last night's program to be daring and transgressive - like the MTV awards show that featured a much-discussed kiss between Madonna and Britney Spears, or the Tonys' telecast with its open celebration of gay Broadway. After all, that's how an awards show creates a buzz, gets talked about the next day and subsequently is dubbed a success. But like the mainly conservative medium of network television itself, the program - aired on network TV - didn't have the nerve to truly reach for the edge.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | October 12, 2002
Network television does nothing quite as horribly as programs about its own past. Whether it is a make-you-want-to-gag anniversary salute like the one NBC threw on-air for itself to mark 75 years in May, or a television biography like the one CBS is doing tomorrow night on Jackie Gleason, if networks aren't getting it all wrong because they don't even understand their own history, they are lying through their teeth because they do understand it all...
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June 11, 2007
Comedy Brad Garrett See Brad Garrett, formerly of Everybody Loves Raymond and now star of 'Til Death, at the Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave. Tickets for tonight's 7:30 show are $30-$100. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.com.
NEWS
June 11, 2007
Blue traffic lights? Nowadays, the yellow light means "Pedal to the metal." It means, "No way am I catching that red light with the rest of you losers." No one seems to pay attention to that signal anymore. Maybe blue lights will get people's attention? Hey, it's worth a shot. Today baltimoresun.com/cowherd LPGA's trail of emotions Suzann Pettersen's swing coach used to work with Michelle Wie. Yesterday at the LPGA Championship, his current student finished on top, while his former student was last.
ENTERTAINMENT
By ALLIE SEMENZA | June 7, 2007
Prepare to laugh Monday when Emmy-Award winner Brad Garrett comes to town. Formerly of Everybody Loves Raymond and now the star of 'Til Death, Garrett returns to his comedic roots with a standup routine. The deep-voiced, 6-foot-8-inch funnyman takes the stage 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Lyric Opera House, 140 W. Mount Royal Ave. Tickets are $30-$100. The performance is a Spotlight 2007, Beth Tfiloh's scholarship event. For Beth Tfiloh information, call 410-413-2233 or go to bethtfiloh.com/spotlight.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 22, 2003
Producers of The 55th Annual Emmy Awards wanted last night's program to be daring and transgressive - like the MTV awards show that featured a much-discussed kiss between Madonna and Britney Spears, or the Tonys' telecast with its open celebration of gay Broadway. After all, that's how an awards show creates a buzz, gets talked about the next day and subsequently is dubbed a success. But like the mainly conservative medium of network television itself, the program - aired on network TV - didn't have the nerve to truly reach for the edge.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | October 12, 2002
Network television does nothing quite as horribly as programs about its own past. Whether it is a make-you-want-to-gag anniversary salute like the one NBC threw on-air for itself to mark 75 years in May, or a television biography like the one CBS is doing tomorrow night on Jackie Gleason, if networks aren't getting it all wrong because they don't even understand their own history, they are lying through their teeth because they do understand it all...
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By Knight-Ridder | June 27, 1991
Television digestCNN confirms that it's talking to disgruntled NBC News anchor Mary Alice Williams about returning to her former shop, where she had served as vice president and anchor. Williams, who joined NBC two years ago on the day that Connie Chung left NBC for CBS, hasn't had much to do since the network canceled her short-lived "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow."*Hungry for the "adrenaline kick" of live TV, "Hard Copy" co-host Alan Frio confirmed Wednesday that he's leaving the syndicated show to be an anchor at KXTV-TV in Sacramento, Calif.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun television critic | February 5, 2007
No sex, much misunderstanding. Endless trips to Pottery Barn, constant second-guessing and soul-wrenching regret as well. That's marriage today, according to the great American TV sitcom. Fox has been offering its take on the institution since September with Brad Garrett in 'Til Death. Tonight comes CBS with Rules of Engagement, featuring three men and two women variously running from, tiptoeing up to or locked in a slow, sad, sexless dance on the killing floor of matrimony. On TV Rules of Engagement premieres at 9:30 tonight on WJZ (Channel 13)
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