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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 19, 1996
"Suddenly Susan" is so totally Mary it makes you want to scream. But scream what? Don't watch or must see?The answer to that question about the new NBC sitcom starring Brooke Shields will probably depend on the age of the viewer.With its spot between "Seinfeld" and "ER" in NBC's must-see Thursday night lineup, big ratings are all but guaranteed for "Susan." And, in the world of network television, is there anything else that matters? Nobody wants to rip a hit -- especially one with a star who has enough of a buzz about her to land on the covers of Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly on the eve of the new fall season.
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November 28, 2005
Biography (8 p.m.-10 p.m., A&E) takes another look at how young actors, including Brooke Shields (above) and Fred Savage, have fared later on.
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November 28, 2005
Biography (8 p.m.-10 p.m., A&E) takes another look at how young actors, including Brooke Shields (above) and Fred Savage, have fared later on.
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July 2, 2005
Brooke Shields sounds off against Cruise's tirade Brooke Shields took aim at Tom Cruise's Today show diatribe against antidepressants, saying the drugs helped her survive feelings of hopelessness after the birth of her first child. "I'm going to take a wild guess and say that Mr. Cruise has never suffered from postpartum depression," she wrote in an op-ed piece published yesterday in The New York Times. Cruise had criticized the actress for taking the drugs, and became particularly passionate about the issue in an interview on Today last week.
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By Michael Feldman | September 3, 1998
Talk about a fun-filled two weeks in Martha's Vineyard. I wouldn't want to get the cabin after them; I hope they swept up all the glass.The Russians have only managed one economic reform so far, deciding to perforate the ruble and put it on a roll.First a relaxing two weeks with the wife and now meetings with Boris Yeltsin on the Island of the Damned. What are they going to do, share tips? Biggest meeting of the titans since Brooke Shields and Andre Agassi.Pub Date: 9/03/98@
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By Los Angeles Times | March 1, 1999
As People celebrates its 25th anniversary, the weekly that wrote the book on personality journalism is more popular and profitable than ever, with a circulation of 3.6 million and another estimated nine pass-along readers for every issue sold.People leads the industry with annual ad revenues of nearly $627 million.Here are People's 10 best-selling newsstand covers:1. "Good-bye Diana," Sept. 22, 1997: 2.992 million sales2. "John Lennon, 1940- 1980: A Tribute," Dec. 22, 1980: 2.644 million3.
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | April 5, 2000
"Black and White" is as nasty and cynical a film as any to come down the pike this year. Starting with a raunchy and gratuitous scene of three people having sex in Central Park and devolving into a free-for-all of jittery, aimless improvisation, James Toback's latest movie feels less and less like a film and more like an excuse for the director to work out yet another batch of his notoriously varied sexual issues. With its cast of rap stars, young up-and-comers and slumming super-models, "Black and White" is supposed to be an edgy, urban exploration of affluent teen-agers' co-opting of hip-hop culture.
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By Michael Kelly | May 2, 1997
THIS WEEK, the most meaningful of any in the Clinton era since last week, saw the president and the first lady join forces with other rich people with servants -- the Bushes, the Fords, the Carters, the Powells, Oprah Winfrey, John Travolta and Brooke Shields -- to demand that the rest of us get up off our fat couch-potato duffs and do something about all the problems that the Clintons, the Bushes, the Fords and the Carters regret to say the government simply...
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July 2, 2005
Brooke Shields sounds off against Cruise's tirade Brooke Shields took aim at Tom Cruise's Today show diatribe against antidepressants, saying the drugs helped her survive feelings of hopelessness after the birth of her first child. "I'm going to take a wild guess and say that Mr. Cruise has never suffered from postpartum depression," she wrote in an op-ed piece published yesterday in The New York Times. Cruise had criticized the actress for taking the drugs, and became particularly passionate about the issue in an interview on Today last week.
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By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,Washington Bureau of The Sun | October 17, 1991
Washington -- It's wildly tall, wildly stunning Brooke Shields with her mom, her smile and a few minutes to spare after kicking off a Toys for Tots campaign at Union Station yesterday.Dressed in a scarlet suit with aubergine pumps, she's handed out gifts to dozens of kids, kissed a bunch of babies, posed with Marines, signed autographs and cranked out a sound bite for "Entertainment Tonight." Now she's got a break.So what does one dive into with Brooke and mom and 10 minutes?The Clarence Thomas hearings?
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By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | September 3, 2000
Even makeup maven Bobbi Brown had a hard time as a teen-ager, feeling inadequate and "unpretty" compared with the popular tall, blond girls in her school. In fact, Brown remembers the feelings of insecurity so well that she decided to help teen-age girls today. She recently published "Bobbi Brown Teenage Beauty: Everything You Need To Look Pretty, Natural, Sexy and Awesome," (Harper Collins, $25). The hardcover book, written with Annemarie Iverson, features not only chatty chapters dispensing makeup tips and hairstyling advice but also sections where Brown and celebrities like Brooke Shields and Martha Stewart talk about their own awkward teenhoods.
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | April 5, 2000
"Black and White" is as nasty and cynical a film as any to come down the pike this year. Starting with a raunchy and gratuitous scene of three people having sex in Central Park and devolving into a free-for-all of jittery, aimless improvisation, James Toback's latest movie feels less and less like a film and more like an excuse for the director to work out yet another batch of his notoriously varied sexual issues. With its cast of rap stars, young up-and-comers and slumming super-models, "Black and White" is supposed to be an edgy, urban exploration of affluent teen-agers' co-opting of hip-hop culture.
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By Los Angeles Times | March 1, 1999
As People celebrates its 25th anniversary, the weekly that wrote the book on personality journalism is more popular and profitable than ever, with a circulation of 3.6 million and another estimated nine pass-along readers for every issue sold.People leads the industry with annual ad revenues of nearly $627 million.Here are People's 10 best-selling newsstand covers:1. "Good-bye Diana," Sept. 22, 1997: 2.992 million sales2. "John Lennon, 1940- 1980: A Tribute," Dec. 22, 1980: 2.644 million3.
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By Michael Feldman | September 3, 1998
Talk about a fun-filled two weeks in Martha's Vineyard. I wouldn't want to get the cabin after them; I hope they swept up all the glass.The Russians have only managed one economic reform so far, deciding to perforate the ruble and put it on a roll.First a relaxing two weeks with the wife and now meetings with Boris Yeltsin on the Island of the Damned. What are they going to do, share tips? Biggest meeting of the titans since Brooke Shields and Andre Agassi.Pub Date: 9/03/98@
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By Michael Kelly | May 2, 1997
THIS WEEK, the most meaningful of any in the Clinton era since last week, saw the president and the first lady join forces with other rich people with servants -- the Bushes, the Fords, the Carters, the Powells, Oprah Winfrey, John Travolta and Brooke Shields -- to demand that the rest of us get up off our fat couch-potato duffs and do something about all the problems that the Clintons, the Bushes, the Fords and the Carters regret to say the government simply...
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 19, 1996
"Suddenly Susan" is so totally Mary it makes you want to scream. But scream what? Don't watch or must see?The answer to that question about the new NBC sitcom starring Brooke Shields will probably depend on the age of the viewer.With its spot between "Seinfeld" and "ER" in NBC's must-see Thursday night lineup, big ratings are all but guaranteed for "Susan." And, in the world of network television, is there anything else that matters? Nobody wants to rip a hit -- especially one with a star who has enough of a buzz about her to land on the covers of Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly on the eve of the new fall season.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | September 3, 2000
Even makeup maven Bobbi Brown had a hard time as a teen-ager, feeling inadequate and "unpretty" compared with the popular tall, blond girls in her school. In fact, Brown remembers the feelings of insecurity so well that she decided to help teen-age girls today. She recently published "Bobbi Brown Teenage Beauty: Everything You Need To Look Pretty, Natural, Sexy and Awesome," (Harper Collins, $25). The hardcover book, written with Annemarie Iverson, features not only chatty chapters dispensing makeup tips and hairstyling advice but also sections where Brown and celebrities like Brooke Shields and Martha Stewart talk about their own awkward teenhoods.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | February 12, 1993
Let's cut right to the chase. Past Michael's skin color. Past the virgin question. Past even the slave-to-the-rhythm rationale for crotch-grabbing, although we definitely have to get back to that one.First, we have to get to the Liz quote, which, if not exactly Churchillian, will still grab you by the throat and shake you till your teeth rattle.Maybe you saw it. Heck, everyone saw it. Oprah's got Michael for 90 minutes in the celebrity interview of the year, just the two of them, and maybe about 300 million viewers.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | February 12, 1993
Let's cut right to the chase. Past Michael's skin color. Past the virgin question. Past even the slave-to-the-rhythm rationale for crotch-grabbing, although we definitely have to get back to that one.First, we have to get to the Liz quote, which, if not exactly Churchillian, will still grab you by the throat and shake you till your teeth rattle.Maybe you saw it. Heck, everyone saw it. Oprah's got Michael for 90 minutes in the celebrity interview of the year, just the two of them, and maybe about 300 million viewers.
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By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,Washington Bureau of The Sun | October 17, 1991
Washington -- It's wildly tall, wildly stunning Brooke Shields with her mom, her smile and a few minutes to spare after kicking off a Toys for Tots campaign at Union Station yesterday.Dressed in a scarlet suit with aubergine pumps, she's handed out gifts to dozens of kids, kissed a bunch of babies, posed with Marines, signed autographs and cranked out a sound bite for "Entertainment Tonight." Now she's got a break.So what does one dive into with Brooke and mom and 10 minutes?The Clarence Thomas hearings?
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