By Rand Paul
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In the beginning, there was Lucille Ball. She defined TV comedy six decades ago. Then came another towering figure, who arrived in 1974 with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and now, dozens of sitcoms later, keeps making history. But even after all this time, James Burrows isn't a household name.
Marvin Hamlisch was blessed with perfect pitch and an infallible ear. "I heard sounds that other children didn't hear," he wrote in his autobiography.
Marvin Hamlisch, who composed the scores for dozens of movies including "The Sting" and won a Tony for "A Chorus Line," has died in Los Angeles at 68.
Got a goofy older brother? Parents you still live with even though you're grown up? An unconventional friendship?
Reactions to the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards nominations announced Thursday in Los Angeles:
The director and producer behind the television classics "I Love Lucy" and "Bewitched" has died. Bill Asher was 90.
Actress Doris Singleton, who played one of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo's lesser-known neighbors on "I Love Lucy," has died. She was 92.
Celebrity biographer Charles Higham, who wrote about the lives of Lucille Ball, Errol Flynn, Katharine Hepburn, Howard Hughes and others, has died in Los Angeles at age 81.
Patricia Modell, the wife of former NFL team owner Art Modell and a longtime television actress, has died. She was 80.
An upcoming presidential campaign encounter takes the high road, offering five White House hopefuls the chance to answer direct policy questions from Republicans Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina, Rep. Steve King of Iowa and Robert George, founder of the American Principles Project, which organized this nondebate.
On the 100th anniversary of Lucille Ball's birthday, her daughter is asking fans of the "I Love Lucy" star to be joyous.
On the 100th anniversary of her birth Saturday and 60 years since "I Love Lucy" first aired, Lucille Ball's legacy remains remarkable — and her talent remarkably fresh and watchable.
Should you check the bibliography at the end of Stefan Kanfer's biography of Humphrey Bogart, you'll discover there are already some 27 biographies of the actor in print, not counting 70 secondary source books. And this is not to mention the seven books devoted to the iconic "Casablanca," an additional seven on "The Maltese Falcon," three on "The African Queen," plus six novels "with or about Humphrey Bogart" (two of which are authored by his son Stephen Bogart.)
Red scaffolding surrounds Carnegie Hall as the city-owned towers are being gutted this summer in a $200 million renovation that includes adding a youth music program.
All of her neighbors are gone, forced out. Now Elizabeth Sargent, the last holdout tenant of Carnegie Hall's towers, is preparing to leave the affordable studios that for more than a century housed some of America's most brilliant creative artists.