April 6, 2006
Jay Leno Saturday, Tonight Show host, comedian and auto enthusiast Jay Leno performs his standup routine at the Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center. All proceeds benefit programs and research by the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland. Tickets are $75-$140. The Hippodrome is at 12 N. Eutaw St. For more information, call 410-494-8545 or visit kidneymd.org.
October 12, 2011
Baltimore-native Julie Bowen stopped by "The Tonight Show" Tuesday for an extended chat with host Jay Leno. The newly crowned Emmy-winner wasn;t afraid to be goofy as she talked about her past and well as her successful present.
March 7, 1997
Howard Stern's movie, "Private Parts," opens in theaters today, not that you'd know it from watching TV tonight."Dave's World" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m. and 8: 30 p.m.-9 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Harry Anderson is so much better than this series lets him be; I almost wish he'd stick to specials, talk-show appearances and guest shots. Here are two shows that prove my point, both repeats from October. First, Dave gets himself in front of a judge who hates celebrities. Then he takes a Cuban refugee into his home and teaches him about being an American.
April 16, 2002
Who's hot Pitcher Glendon Rusch has four RBIs in eight at-bats this season, fourth most on the Brewers. Who's not The Yankees have 14 errors in as many games, worst in the American League. Line of the day Sammy Sosa, Cubs RF AB R H RBI BB 2 2 2 2 3 He said it "I don't care what Jay Leno has to say. I don't even watch him, because David Letterman is better." Wendell Magee, outfielder for the winless Tigers, butts of Tonight Show jokes On deck Randy Johnson of the Diamondbacks attempts to improve to 4-0 today when he faces the Cardinals.
April 15, 1993
AS ANY reporter will tell you, when a story is fairly important, i will be picked up on the state wire service.When it's really important, it may go across the national wires.When it's really, really important, the newspaper may even copyright the story.And if it's really, really, really important, Jay Leno will use it to launch a joke on his late night monologue.That's what happened with a story that ran the other day in The Evening Sun. It was about President Clinton's choice for a new sandwich to be named after him at Chick & Ruth's Delly in Annapolis.
December 16, 2008
The fourth-place network, NBC, shows its unerring instinct for cheapening the prime-time landscape with Momma's Boys, a new reality series debuting at 10 tonight. The format for this trash-o-rama produced by the great Ryan Seacrest: Three mothers, three sons and 32 single women move into a mansion and act on some of their worst impulses. I say "some" because no one murders anyone - at least not in the pilot. While one of the mothers is a racist, another seems to give new meaning to the word "suffocating."
March 17, 2009
One and two half men in Sheen household Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen and his wife, Brooke Mueller Sheen, are the parents of twin boys. Publicist Stan Rosenfield says the babies, Bob and Max, were born Saturday night in Los Angeles. Rosenfield says Mueller Sheen is "doing great" and the father is "ecstatic." Obama to visit Leno The White House says President Barack Obama will appear this week on Jay Leno's talk show. Obama will visit The Tonight Show With Jay Leno during his trip to Los Angeles on Thursday.
November 21, 1995
Sidney Amber, who celebrated his 109th birthday in January by reciting poetry on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno," died Friday in San Francisco. A well-known centenarian there, he was a rarity among survivors of the 1906 earthquake -- he was an adult when the temblor struck. An amateur boxer, restaurateur and sign painter, he once said the secret to longevity was a triple dose of Worcestershire sauce before dinner.Sam Bailey, 80, a civil rights activist who worked with Medgar Evers to trigger a movement for black equality in Mississippi, died Saturday.
November 3, 1995
Something fishy is supposed to happen tonight on "Tonight," as the National Aquarium in Baltimore is scheduled to turn up in a series of spots on Jay Leno's late-night show. Maryland Public Television is also offering a screening of the 1965 classic "Dr. Zhivago."* "The X-Files" (9 p.m.-10 p.m., WBFF, Channel 45) -- A serial killer with a bizarre modus operandi -- network promotions reveal no details -- challenges Mulder and Scully (David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson) to find the common thread in the crimes.