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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2012
She isn't quite 5 feet tall, but Kristin Chenoweth has achieved uncommon stature in show business, thanks to consistently sizzling performances on Broadway, including an indelible portrayal of Glinda in "Wicked"that earned her a Tony nomination, and several television shows. With just the slightest touch of hyperbole, "Glee"actor Chris Colfer neatly expressed Chenoweth's appeal after her guest appearance on that series, telling the Los Angeles Times that "working with Kristin is what I can imagine what a priest would go through if he worked with Jesus.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
Far from the smoothest production imaginable, and a little too reminiscent of a typical, lightweight PBS fundraiser, the "Star-Spangled Spectacular" concert Saturday night at Pier Six nonetheless delivered a decent level of entertainment for a sizable, enthusiastic crowd. In his opening remarks, the host, actor John Lithgow, called the program "a tribute to a great national treasure, American music. " That meant mostly the pop side of the musical spectrum, of course, since this event was nationally broadcast and nothing too classical would likely have been approved.
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By Amazon.com and Publishers Weekly | April 12, 2009
tuesday Skinny Chicks Don't Eat Salad : by Christine Avanti (Rodale, $24.95) Los Angeles nutritionist Christine Avanti offers an eating plan, recipes and exercise regime and strategies for consuming balanced meals even when eating out. A Little Bit Wicked : by Kristin Chenoweth (Touchstone, $25) Kristin Chenoweth shares her journey from Oklahoma beauty queen to Broadway leading lady, reflecting on how faith and family have kept her grounded in the dysfunctional world of show biz.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
"Great Performances," the PBS showcase of American performing arts, came to town for the Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six Saturday night and showed how to make great, live television. On paper, the lineup of talent for the concert celebrating the bicentennial of the national anthem was a very mixed bag: Melissa Etheridge, Denyce Graves-Montgomery, Little Big Town, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Rogers, Kristin Chenoweth, Jordin Sparks, Pentatonix, Paulo Szot, Train, The Navy Band Sea Chanters and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Marin Alsop.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2013
OK, I know what you're thinking, enough already with the Anthony Weiner mess. But, hey, he was born to inspire Midweek Madness, which he has done again, just as he did last week . This time, Midweek Madness thanks the adorable Kristin Chenoweth for a fresh way to address the scandal.
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August 15, 2014
Singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge, country legend Kenny Rogers and rock group Train were added on Friday to the talent lineup for Sept. 13's Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six Pavilion. Also just announced: singer Jordin Sparks will join John Lithgow to co-host the event. The concert, a celebration of the bicentennial of the writing of the national anthem, also features performances by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, country group Little Big Town, a cappella group Pentatonix, Motown legend Smokey Robinson, mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves-Montgomery and performers from the off-Broadway show "Stomp.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 6, 2012
New York Fashion Week kicked off last night with a star-studded bang. Celebs were in full force attending shows and parties in the name of good fashion. It started pretty early -- 5 p.m. to be exact -- at the Joseph Abboud menswear show at the New York Public Library. There,  Kellan Lutz ("Twilight" series), Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, Hunter Parrish ("Weeds"), Daniel Gillies "Vampire Diaries") and Alexander Ludwig ("Hunger Games") provided the star power for the iconic menswear designer.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2014
Vice President Joe Biden will be in town this weekend, to help Baltimore celebrate its “Star-Spangled Banner” bicentennial. The vice president, who hails from neighboring Delaware, will be at Fort McHenry Saturday night to deliver remarks during a concert that will be broadcast live on PBS, beginning at 8 p.m. His remarks are scheduled for 9:30 p.m. Following Biden's remarks, singer Jordin Sparks will lead a performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner,”...
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By [THE LOS ANGELES TIMES] | November 15, 2007
Ratatouille [Disney, $30] The movie received only six negative notices out of 192 on the Web site Rotten Tomatoes to rank as one of the year's best-reviewed films. Filled with beautiful animation, wonderful characters and inventive slapstick comedy, and overflowing with heart and humanity, it is a gem. Written and directed by Brad Bird, who won an Oscar for 2004's The Incredibles, Disney/Pixar's Ratatouille revolves around a rat named Remy (voice of Patton Oswalt) who dreams of becoming a chef at a famous restaurant in Paris.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 24, 2005
A sitcom on the verge of a full-blown nervous breakdown: that's Nora Ephron's version of the 1960s TV show Bewitched. It's not just a remake. It's a remake about the making of a remake. The willowy comedy at the core can't support this pseudo-complex construction. Will Ferrell plays Jack Wyatt, a star who hopes to recover from a string of big-screen flops by playing the male lead, Darrin (the Dick York/ Dick Sargent role), in a new Bewitched series. Nicole Kidman plays Isabel Bigelow, a nonprofessional who lands the part of Darrin's beautiful witch spouse, Samantha, because she won't threaten Wyatt's star status and she twitches her nose just the way Elizabeth Montgomery did. From the start, we know what Wyatt doesn't: Bigelow is a real witch.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2014
Vice President Joe Biden will be in town this weekend, to help Baltimore celebrate its “Star-Spangled Banner” bicentennial. The vice president, who hails from neighboring Delaware, will be at Fort McHenry Saturday night to deliver remarks during a concert that will be broadcast live on PBS, beginning at 8 p.m. His remarks are scheduled for 9:30 p.m. Following Biden's remarks, singer Jordin Sparks will lead a performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner,”...
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August 15, 2014
Singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge, country legend Kenny Rogers and rock group Train were added on Friday to the talent lineup for Sept. 13's Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six Pavilion. Also just announced: singer Jordin Sparks will join John Lithgow to co-host the event. The concert, a celebration of the bicentennial of the writing of the national anthem, also features performances by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, country group Little Big Town, a cappella group Pentatonix, Motown legend Smokey Robinson, mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves-Montgomery and performers from the off-Broadway show "Stomp.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2013
OK, I know what you're thinking, enough already with the Anthony Weiner mess. But, hey, he was born to inspire Midweek Madness, which he has done again, just as he did last week . This time, Midweek Madness thanks the adorable Kristin Chenoweth for a fresh way to address the scandal.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 6, 2012
New York Fashion Week kicked off last night with a star-studded bang. Celebs were in full force attending shows and parties in the name of good fashion. It started pretty early -- 5 p.m. to be exact -- at the Joseph Abboud menswear show at the New York Public Library. There,  Kellan Lutz ("Twilight" series), Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, Hunter Parrish ("Weeds"), Daniel Gillies "Vampire Diaries") and Alexander Ludwig ("Hunger Games") provided the star power for the iconic menswear designer.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2012
She isn't quite 5 feet tall, but Kristin Chenoweth has achieved uncommon stature in show business, thanks to consistently sizzling performances on Broadway, including an indelible portrayal of Glinda in "Wicked"that earned her a Tony nomination, and several television shows. With just the slightest touch of hyperbole, "Glee"actor Chris Colfer neatly expressed Chenoweth's appeal after her guest appearance on that series, telling the Los Angeles Times that "working with Kristin is what I can imagine what a priest would go through if he worked with Jesus.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amazon.com and Publishers Weekly | April 12, 2009
tuesday Skinny Chicks Don't Eat Salad : by Christine Avanti (Rodale, $24.95) Los Angeles nutritionist Christine Avanti offers an eating plan, recipes and exercise regime and strategies for consuming balanced meals even when eating out. A Little Bit Wicked : by Kristin Chenoweth (Touchstone, $25) Kristin Chenoweth shares her journey from Oklahoma beauty queen to Broadway leading lady, reflecting on how faith and family have kept her grounded in the dysfunctional world of show biz.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
Far from the smoothest production imaginable, and a little too reminiscent of a typical, lightweight PBS fundraiser, the "Star-Spangled Spectacular" concert Saturday night at Pier Six nonetheless delivered a decent level of entertainment for a sizable, enthusiastic crowd. In his opening remarks, the host, actor John Lithgow, called the program "a tribute to a great national treasure, American music. " That meant mostly the pop side of the musical spectrum, of course, since this event was nationally broadcast and nothing too classical would likely have been approved.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
"Great Performances," the PBS showcase of American performing arts, came to town for the Star-Spangled Spectacular concert at Pier Six Saturday night and showed how to make great, live television. On paper, the lineup of talent for the concert celebrating the bicentennial of the national anthem was a very mixed bag: Melissa Etheridge, Denyce Graves-Montgomery, Little Big Town, Smokey Robinson, Kenny Rogers, Kristin Chenoweth, Jordin Sparks, Pentatonix, Paulo Szot, Train, The Navy Band Sea Chanters and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Marin Alsop.
ENTERTAINMENT
By [THE LOS ANGELES TIMES] | November 15, 2007
Ratatouille [Disney, $30] The movie received only six negative notices out of 192 on the Web site Rotten Tomatoes to rank as one of the year's best-reviewed films. Filled with beautiful animation, wonderful characters and inventive slapstick comedy, and overflowing with heart and humanity, it is a gem. Written and directed by Brad Bird, who won an Oscar for 2004's The Incredibles, Disney/Pixar's Ratatouille revolves around a rat named Remy (voice of Patton Oswalt) who dreams of becoming a chef at a famous restaurant in Paris.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 24, 2005
A sitcom on the verge of a full-blown nervous breakdown: that's Nora Ephron's version of the 1960s TV show Bewitched. It's not just a remake. It's a remake about the making of a remake. The willowy comedy at the core can't support this pseudo-complex construction. Will Ferrell plays Jack Wyatt, a star who hopes to recover from a string of big-screen flops by playing the male lead, Darrin (the Dick York/ Dick Sargent role), in a new Bewitched series. Nicole Kidman plays Isabel Bigelow, a nonprofessional who lands the part of Darrin's beautiful witch spouse, Samantha, because she won't threaten Wyatt's star status and she twitches her nose just the way Elizabeth Montgomery did. From the start, we know what Wyatt doesn't: Bigelow is a real witch.
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