Susan Shields

  • TV

Review: 'All That'

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A preteen crowd, 9 to 11, should be prime for the show. The appeal of older stars, slightly on-the-edge music and a plentiful supply of witty one-liners and razor-sharp zingers places it as a bridge…

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  • TV

Review: 'Road Rules'

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It opens on a mountaintop in Malibu, where the five meet. They have no idea of what lies ahead -- the treasure-hunt component puts viewer and "cast members" on equal footing.

  • Film

Review: 'Living Single'

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Living Single" has found a comfortable pace with its four-women-down two-guys-up in a Brooklyn co-op formula. Now that the characters are familiar, sexual tensions established, and punch lines…

Review: 'Black Crowes'

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In the second of five Gotham engagements, the Black Crowes made the mistake of downplaying the tight melodies and solid Southern rock sound that keyed its success. Instead, the band performed a…

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