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By Bill Carter and Bill Carter,New York Times News Service | July 4, 1995
America's most pervasive cultural export is a television show that was canceled after one season on NBC, has never earned an award or even any critical respect for dramatic excellence and is often derisively called "Babewatch."But facts are facts. "Baywatch," which is about the adventures of lifeguards on a California beach but is really mostly about swimwear and suntan lotion, has a wider audience on the planet Earth than any other entertainment show in history.As one of its financial backers put it, "Over a 30-day period it certainly reaches almost every person in the world who watches television."
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By PETER SCHMUCK | July 10, 2008
The Ravens announced the names of their two newest additions yesterday, and you're not going to be happy if you were hoping one of those names would be Brett. The team, unshaken by the disapproval of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, conducted an Internet fan poll to decide what to call the two African white nape ravens that are going to be added to this year's pre-game festivities at M&T Bank Stadium. The new mascots will be called Rise and Conquer, which is fine by me, but I'm using them only as a literary device to burst your bubble if you've been fantasizing about the possibility that the Green Bay Packers will resist Brett Favre's rumored comeback overture and the Ravens will swoop in and sign him. (In fact, you could make the case that I'm now the one exploiting a couple of innocent birds for my own selfish purposes, which I can only hope leads to an angry personal visit from PETA activist Pamela Anderson.
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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | August 29, 2007
I THINK we are in an hour of special danger, if only because our technology is so loud, slick and seductive, its powers of self-critique so insufficient."
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By LIZ SMITH and LIZ SMITH,Tribune Media Services | August 29, 2007
I THINK we are in an hour of special danger, if only because our technology is so loud, slick and seductive, its powers of self-critique so insufficient."
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December 11, 1996
Fox News snatches reporter Brit Hume away from ABCNews Corp.'s fledgling Fox News cable-television channel hired ABC White House correspondent Brit Hume, according to a Fox official.The 54-year-old Hume, whose contract with ABC expires this month, has reported on the Bush and Clinton administrations since 1988. Hume also writes a weekly syndicated newspaper column on personal computing.At Fox, Hume will be managing director of the Washington bureau and will appear on air, the Fox official said.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | July 10, 2008
The Ravens announced the names of their two newest additions yesterday, and you're not going to be happy if you were hoping one of those names would be Brett. The team, unshaken by the disapproval of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, conducted an Internet fan poll to decide what to call the two African white nape ravens that are going to be added to this year's pre-game festivities at M&T Bank Stadium. The new mascots will be called Rise and Conquer, which is fine by me, but I'm using them only as a literary device to burst your bubble if you've been fantasizing about the possibility that the Green Bay Packers will resist Brett Favre's rumored comeback overture and the Ravens will swoop in and sign him. (In fact, you could make the case that I'm now the one exploiting a couple of innocent birds for my own selfish purposes, which I can only hope leads to an angry personal visit from PETA activist Pamela Anderson.
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By Ellen Goodman | April 18, 2005
BOSTON - This has got to break the record for the fastest transition from science to sitcom. The hearings on silicone implants for cosmetic surgery closed with a split decision Wednesday. An advisory panel rejected one brand, approved another and dropped the whole issue into the lap of the Food and Drug Administration. For three days, dozens of women had testified that silicone implants had either ruined their lives or restored their self-worth. At one point, a woman with implants nearly got into a fight with a group of women wearing T-shirts that read: "100 Percent Natural."
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 12, 2004
SOCORRO, N.M. - First it was the actress Pamela Anderson who angered New Mexico's cockfight enthusiasts. In a letter to Gov. Bill Richardson in October, Anderson expressed support for a proposal to forbid cockfighting throughout the state, declaring, "The whole country is watching, especially Hollywood, which your office actively courts for the film business." The letter was released by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and was quoted in newspapers all around New Mexico, one of only two states, with Louisiana, that have not banned cockfighting.
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By Ellen Goodman | April 12, 2004
BOSTON -- As a rule, I refrain from declaring that some tacky television program signals the end of Western civilization. I mean, every time you think the entertainment moguls have hit rock bottom, they reach for the jackhammer and rat-a-tat-tat a little deeper. But I'm going out on a limb. The Swan is as bad as it gets. You an almost hear the pitch to the Fox producers: This is Extreme Makeover meets The Apprentice meets Survivor meets ratings! This series takes 17 "ugly ducklings" to the operating room, the gym and the couch and lets them compete for the title of -- ta-da -- swan.
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June 7, 2006
On June 4, 2006, MARGIE F.; beloved wife of Larry Shinaberry; loving step-mother of Greg and Jared Shinaberry; loving sister of Jimmy Scott, Diane and Mike Anderson, Lisa Mc Kinney, Patricia Hromer, Jean Wilgis, Joel, Shannon and David Handler; step-sister of Terry and Danny Shinaberry and Rene Baer; step-daughter of Elva Shinaberry; loving aunt to Michelle Russo, Dani Healey, Kevin and Pamela Anderson, Jason Scott, Ashley, Jessica, Sarah and Casey Russo,...
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By Ellen Goodman | April 18, 2005
BOSTON - This has got to break the record for the fastest transition from science to sitcom. The hearings on silicone implants for cosmetic surgery closed with a split decision Wednesday. An advisory panel rejected one brand, approved another and dropped the whole issue into the lap of the Food and Drug Administration. For three days, dozens of women had testified that silicone implants had either ruined their lives or restored their self-worth. At one point, a woman with implants nearly got into a fight with a group of women wearing T-shirts that read: "100 Percent Natural."
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 12, 2004
SOCORRO, N.M. - First it was the actress Pamela Anderson who angered New Mexico's cockfight enthusiasts. In a letter to Gov. Bill Richardson in October, Anderson expressed support for a proposal to forbid cockfighting throughout the state, declaring, "The whole country is watching, especially Hollywood, which your office actively courts for the film business." The letter was released by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and was quoted in newspapers all around New Mexico, one of only two states, with Louisiana, that have not banned cockfighting.
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By Ellen Goodman | April 12, 2004
BOSTON -- As a rule, I refrain from declaring that some tacky television program signals the end of Western civilization. I mean, every time you think the entertainment moguls have hit rock bottom, they reach for the jackhammer and rat-a-tat-tat a little deeper. But I'm going out on a limb. The Swan is as bad as it gets. You an almost hear the pitch to the Fox producers: This is Extreme Makeover meets The Apprentice meets Survivor meets ratings! This series takes 17 "ugly ducklings" to the operating room, the gym and the couch and lets them compete for the title of -- ta-da -- swan.
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December 11, 1996
Fox News snatches reporter Brit Hume away from ABCNews Corp.'s fledgling Fox News cable-television channel hired ABC White House correspondent Brit Hume, according to a Fox official.The 54-year-old Hume, whose contract with ABC expires this month, has reported on the Bush and Clinton administrations since 1988. Hume also writes a weekly syndicated newspaper column on personal computing.At Fox, Hume will be managing director of the Washington bureau and will appear on air, the Fox official said.
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By Bill Carter and Bill Carter,New York Times News Service | July 4, 1995
America's most pervasive cultural export is a television show that was canceled after one season on NBC, has never earned an award or even any critical respect for dramatic excellence and is often derisively called "Babewatch."But facts are facts. "Baywatch," which is about the adventures of lifeguards on a California beach but is really mostly about swimwear and suntan lotion, has a wider audience on the planet Earth than any other entertainment show in history.As one of its financial backers put it, "Over a 30-day period it certainly reaches almost every person in the world who watches television."
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September 20, 2009
On September 18, 2009 EUGENE L. beloved son of Louise and Eugene Chambers and beloved step-son of Priscilla Smith and Robert Foy; devoted brother of Vietta McGronan and husband Steve, Pamela Anderson and companion Lori Stump, Kimberly Heacock, Gary Kicklighter and wife Tiffany, Janice, Crystal and Margaret Chambers and Aaron Chambers. Also survived by six step-brothers and sisters and eight nephews and six nieces. Preceded in death by brother-in-law Christopher Heacock. Friends may call at Gonce Funeral Service P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Monday from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. where services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,SUN FILM CRITIC | May 3, 1996
It took some nerve to conceive of the improbably pneumatic Pamela Anderson Lee as Bogart in a clone of "Casablanca," but the makers of "Barb Wire" lack no moxie.Talent, they lack.Taste? Not a lick.Sense, nowhere in sight.But nerve up the kazoo!Lee continually lists toward whichever direction her bust is aimed. With a kind of tense, plummy face and a body that appears to be morphed out of a computer hacker's most perfervid fantasy, plus 200 gallons of industrial-strength collagen hypoed into every conceivable thoracic cavity, Lee can hardly be said to act.Heck, she can hardly be said to walk.
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