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By Matt Kibbe
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Larry David
President Obama earned another notch in his hail-to-Hollywood belt Thursday evening, with a Hanukkah celebration at the White House that included the co-creator of the successful "Seinfeld" television series, Larry David.
President Obama hit the links Saturday with "Seinfeld" co-creator and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Larry David, as the first family's weeklong vacation in Martha's Vineyard comes to a close.
Sequential-art creator Frank Miller's seminal chronicle of the Caped Crusader's middle-age years arrives in an animated format for serious Batman fans.
The annual Emmy Awards has opened with Eric Stonestreet of "Modern Family" earning the trophy for best supporting actor in a comedy.
The competition promised to be hot at the Emmy Awards and so was Los Angeles, where it was in the 90s.
Larry David is coming back to HBO _ but not in a new season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
As a new wave of big names enter the growing field of Web series, leave it to Larry David to keep enthusiasm in check.
Jerry Seinfeld is going back on the road.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld announced Thursday that he'll debut the Web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" on July 19. The interview show will feature Mr. Seinfeld's comedian friends as guests.
Family and friends gathered Saturday at a modest stone church in a hamlet north of New York City for the funeral of Mary Richardson Kennedy, the latest member of that charmed and cursed family to fall victim to tragedy and inner demons.
Marty Kaan is TV's first black antihero, and he demands to be judged by the perfectly dreadful content of his character, rather than the totally irrelevant color of his skin.
In an episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," protagonist and "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David is flustered when a homeless man declares he's hungry and needs money but is picky enough to refuse leftovers. This comedic exchange is reminiscent of the not-so-humorous state of our nation's economy, weighed down by $14 trillion in public debt while Washington refuses to take advantage of the fossil-fuel "free lunch" under our collective feet.
George Steinbrenner was suspended from baseball for trying to disgrace his high-paid outfielder, Dave Winfield.
Yogi Berra vowed he would never talk to George Steinbrenner again after the owner fired him as Yankees manager 16 games into the 1985 season.
Sen. John McCain was in midsentence when Army Gen David H. Petraeus got woozy during an appearance before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.
'I'm going to party,' he says."
"I wouldn't say I'm excited, but I'm looking forward to it," David says at the start of Jerry Seinfeld's new series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."