“America’s oldest teenager” Dick Clark is being honored by Syracuse University. The college’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications revealed plans to name its renovated studio facilities Dick…
Laurence Haddon, who appeared onstage and in TV shows including “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” died in May 10, in Santa Monica from complications associated with Lewy Body Disease. He was 90. Born in…
John Cusack's delicious star turn bolsters Scott Coffey's satirical, Syracuse-set coming-of-ager.
With "The Voice" going strong on two nights and "Revolution" looking solid in its return, the Peacock was rolling early. But as the rest of the week illustrated, the net still has much work to do to…
What would Ari Gold — Jeremy Piven's fast-talking huckster of an agent in "Entourage" — have done for a living in 1908? PBS seemingly asks and answers the question by casting Piven as "Mr…
Institutions innovate ways to connect students with mentors.
"Students want to come out here," Ithaca in L.A. program director Stephen Tropiano says, "but it was difficult managing that as an East Coast school." Having a presence in L.A. makes the jump less…
"Ondine" is a film of unusual narrative currents and pungent tonal effects.
Michael Speier has been named managing editor of Variety and Daily Variety, it was announced by editor-in chief Peter Bart.
Writers Leonard Spigelgass and Charles Grayson have transformed the legiter - which George Abbott authored in collaboration with Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (with a plot copped from Bill…
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