It's curtains for the Gibson Amphitheater, as the concert venue, active since 1972, is winding down to make room for Universal Studios Hollywood's Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Universal also…
It seems weirdly coincidental that George Carlin died almost 30 years to the day that the Supreme Court issued its landmark decision on broadcast indecency involving his "Filthy Words" routine…
The audience's split second of shock is always palpable when it hears George Carlin say, "If there is a god, may he strike me dead."
While training to be a radar technician in the Air Force, Carlin works as a disc jockey for KJOE in Shreveport, La. He's soon booted from the service when officers deem him an "unproductive airman."
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