A treasure trove of archival performance footage and a stellar lineup of reminiscing interviewees make "Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation" a most enjoyable flashback.
Coal Mining Reality Series
West Virginia miner Andy Christian, who was featured in last year's "Coal" reality series on Spike TV, died Sunday at a hospital in Roanoke, Va. He was 51.
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Launched several years ago with the momentum of successful crossover salvos including "The Office" and "Borat," the latest British comedy invasion hasn't necessarily stopped, but it has experienced…
For six years beginning in 1979, photographer Laura Wilson assisted Richard Avedon on his landmark "In the American West" portraits, helping the New York legend navigate the U.S. heartland. A…
While the networks have been repeating the mantra that "screens will not go black," it won't take long for TV viewers to see the impact of a Writers Guild of America strike.
But the surprising strength of "Margaret's Museum" is due to Ransen's ability to transform this downer of a topic into a moving, funny pic that's actually quite uplifting for most of its running time.
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