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By Matt Vensel | November 23, 2011
I'm not sure why this happened, but here is Jimmy Fallon wearing a Ray Rice jersey while eating pumpkin pie on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” I suspect a few of you will be doing the exact same thing on Thanksgiving. [ via Ravens.com ]
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By Chris E. Hayner Zap2it | February 22, 2014
Of course something special has to happen when  Justin Timberlake  made his inaugural appearance on  "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. " The two BFFs presented the fifth installment of the "History of Rap," rhyming their way through just about every hip hop hit you can imagine. They pay tribute to everyone, from Run DMC and Jay Z to N.W.A. and Kanye West. There isn't a much better way to close out Fallon's first week as host of "The Tonight Show. "
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2011
Wye Oak made their network television debut Monday night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack performed "Holy Holy" off new album "Civilian. " In April, Wasner talked to the Sun about the making of the alum.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2013
NBC Sunday announced that Seth Meyers will replace Jimmy Fallon who is moving up to the "Tonight Show" in 2014. It's a great choice. Meyers is a huge talent. NBC is going to be much better off once Jay Leno is gone. Here's the release: NBC names the versatile Emmy-winning writer/performer Seth Meyers as the new host of "Late Night" when Jimmy Fallon moves to "The Tonight Show" in 2014.  Lorne Michaels will executive produce “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and Michael Shoemaker will remain with the franchise as producer.  “Late Night with Seth Meyers” will originate from 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York.
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By Chris E. Hayner Zap2it | February 22, 2014
Of course something special has to happen when  Justin Timberlake  made his inaugural appearance on  "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. " The two BFFs presented the fifth installment of the "History of Rap," rhyming their way through just about every hip hop hit you can imagine. They pay tribute to everyone, from Run DMC and Jay Z to N.W.A. and Kanye West. There isn't a much better way to close out Fallon's first week as host of "The Tonight Show. "
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2013
NBC Sunday announced that Seth Meyers will replace Jimmy Fallon who is moving up to the "Tonight Show" in 2014. It's a great choice. Meyers is a huge talent. NBC is going to be much better off once Jay Leno is gone. Here's the release: NBC names the versatile Emmy-winning writer/performer Seth Meyers as the new host of "Late Night" when Jimmy Fallon moves to "The Tonight Show" in 2014.  Lorne Michaels will executive produce “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and Michael Shoemaker will remain with the franchise as producer.  “Late Night with Seth Meyers” will originate from 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2013
Here we go again with reports that NBC is looking to ditch Jay Leno. But this time, the ditching makes eminent sense. The Hollywood Reporter, citing unnamed sources, says NBC is putting the pieces in place to announce in May that Leno will be replaced in latenight  at the end of the 2013-2014 season by Jimmy Fallon. Why not? Leno, whose contract is up in 2014, is yesterday - and then some. He can still draw overall ratings, but you can't sell overall ratings the way you can sell the 18 to 49 or even 25-54 demographics.
FEATURES
February 16, 2013
Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin and "Good Wife" star Josh Charles took on Ravens placekicker Justin Tucker and late-night host Jimmy Fallon on his show Friday night, in a spirited match of bubble soccer. You'll have to watch (left) to see who wins. Enjoy.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2010
When the Roots joined "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" last year, fans cried foul. What would they be doing in the tacky Siberia that late night can be? Slumming with "Stump the Band" skits? The gig smacked of selling out. Most alarmingly, it would at least spell reduced touring for a group that was accustomed to being on the road 42 weeks a year. "I definitely felt the heat," said band leader and drummer Ahmed "Questlove" Thompson. But in that time, Thompson hasn't turned into Doc Severinsen.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 8, 2005
Baseball, Boston and Drew Barrymore. Certainly sounds like a winning combination. In fact, it is (much as those of us in these parts might insist that second B should be Baltimore, but let's be big about this). Fever Pitch is a delightful romantic comedy that understands as much about the obsessive baseball fan as the chronic workaholic, and daringly suggests they can live under the same roof, provided the concept of give-and-take is not totally foreign to either of them. Barrymore is adorable as Lindsey Meeks, 24/7 career woman whose love life is nonexistent.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2013
Here we go again with reports that NBC is looking to ditch Jay Leno. But this time, the ditching makes eminent sense. The Hollywood Reporter, citing unnamed sources, says NBC is putting the pieces in place to announce in May that Leno will be replaced in latenight  at the end of the 2013-2014 season by Jimmy Fallon. Why not? Leno, whose contract is up in 2014, is yesterday - and then some. He can still draw overall ratings, but you can't sell overall ratings the way you can sell the 18 to 49 or even 25-54 demographics.
FEATURES
February 16, 2013
Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin and "Good Wife" star Josh Charles took on Ravens placekicker Justin Tucker and late-night host Jimmy Fallon on his show Friday night, in a spirited match of bubble soccer. You'll have to watch (left) to see who wins. Enjoy.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2012
Tuesday night, there was a two-hour report by "Frontline" that explained better than anything I have ever seen on TV how the middle-class got shredded by Wall Street and sold-out by our elected leaders in Washintgon -- and that includes Democrats in the White House. There were also presidential primaries that made Mitt Romney all but official as the GOP candidate. But all anyone will be talking about this morning is President Barack Obama slow jamming the news with latenight host Jimmy Fallon at the University of North Carolina.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | November 23, 2011
I'm not sure why this happened, but here is Jimmy Fallon wearing a Ray Rice jersey while eating pumpkin pie on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” I suspect a few of you will be doing the exact same thing on Thanksgiving. [ via Ravens.com ]
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2011
Wye Oak made their network television debut Monday night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack performed "Holy Holy" off new album "Civilian. " In April, Wasner talked to the Sun about the making of the alum.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2010
When the Roots joined "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" last year, fans cried foul. What would they be doing in the tacky Siberia that late night can be? Slumming with "Stump the Band" skits? The gig smacked of selling out. Most alarmingly, it would at least spell reduced touring for a group that was accustomed to being on the road 42 weeks a year. "I definitely felt the heat," said band leader and drummer Ahmed "Questlove" Thompson. But in that time, Thompson hasn't turned into Doc Severinsen.
FEATURES
By SAM SESSA AND TIM SWIFT | November 19, 2007
Celebrity sightings continued this weekend as the cast of He's Just Not That Into You worked and dined around town. Filming, which started Friday in Little Italy, will tentatively continue through tomorrow. Based on a self-help humor book, the movie brought stars Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Connelly and Kevin Connolly to Baltimore for the past few days. In Mount Vernon, restaurants Thairish and the Helmand were temporarily redecorated Saturday with new lights, a new door and a new name: Red Seven.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2012
Tuesday night, there was a two-hour report by "Frontline" that explained better than anything I have ever seen on TV how the middle-class got shredded by Wall Street and sold-out by our elected leaders in Washintgon -- and that includes Democrats in the White House. There were also presidential primaries that made Mitt Romney all but official as the GOP candidate. But all anyone will be talking about this morning is President Barack Obama slow jamming the news with latenight host Jimmy Fallon at the University of North Carolina.
FEATURES
By SAM SESSA AND TIM SWIFT | November 19, 2007
Celebrity sightings continued this weekend as the cast of He's Just Not That Into You worked and dined around town. Filming, which started Friday in Little Italy, will tentatively continue through tomorrow. Based on a self-help humor book, the movie brought stars Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Connelly and Kevin Connolly to Baltimore for the past few days. In Mount Vernon, restaurants Thairish and the Helmand were temporarily redecorated Saturday with new lights, a new door and a new name: Red Seven.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | April 8, 2005
Baseball, Boston and Drew Barrymore. Certainly sounds like a winning combination. In fact, it is (much as those of us in these parts might insist that second B should be Baltimore, but let's be big about this). Fever Pitch is a delightful romantic comedy that understands as much about the obsessive baseball fan as the chronic workaholic, and daringly suggests they can live under the same roof, provided the concept of give-and-take is not totally foreign to either of them. Barrymore is adorable as Lindsey Meeks, 24/7 career woman whose love life is nonexistent.
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