Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel will reunite next month for a concert to benefit homeless kids. The March 1 acoustical performance at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion will benefit Children’s Health Fund, which provides free health care to thousands of homeless and needy children, said event spokeswoman Debby Klein.
Tickets, ranging from $ 100 to $ 500, go on sale Monday.
An encore presentation of the 52-minute award-winning docu “The Call to Glory: Chennault and the Flying Tigers” will air on the Discovery Channel on Presidents Day, Monday, at 10 p.m. (ET), as part of “All American,” a daylong, 16-show programming event.
Showtime Event Television, Showtime Network’s pay-per-view subsidiary, and partner Kingvision, have outbid PPV and cable rival TVKO/Home Box Office for the rights to an upcoming heavyweight championship bout between Lennox Lewis and Tony Tucker. SET’s winning bid gives the company its first significant heavyweight bout since its was created and also leaves a four-fight deal between HBO and Lewis treading murky waters.
The Tom and Roseanne Arnold Foundation for sexually abused children took in $ 45,000 in winnings from three shows of “The New Family Feud” taped earlier this week. The episodes, featuring the Arnolds and other cast members from “Roseanne” and “The Jackie Thomas Show,” are scheduled to air in syndication the week of Feb. 22.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s “Rich in Love” will preem in L.A. March 4, the eve of the pic’s eight-city platform release, as a benefit for the Institute for Cancer & Blood Research. Zanuck Co. film principals Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck will host the screening at the Directors Guild of America at 7:30. Tickets are $ 100.