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Tag Archives: Video

Darwinian Paparazzi

It’s a jungle out there in the West Village: THE big prize all the sharp-elbowed paparazzi want to collect – when it happens – is the first photo of Sarah Jessica Parker with her baby. The exclusive photo could be worth more than $200,000, so shutterbugs are already staking out …

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PBS to Air History Through Gastronomic Lens

What We Eat series hosted by Burt Wolf starts this weekend: The True Story of Why We Put Sugar in Our Coffee and Ketchup on Our Fries A THIRTEEN-PART SERIES PRESENTED BY CONAGRA FOODS IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN AIRING IN OCTOBER 2002 ON PUBLIC TELEVISION NEW YORK, May 2002 – …

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“Frankly Larry, I Don’t Know a Damn Thing…”

Want to know why I haven’t said anything about the sniper yet? Well, other than the fact that my daughter, my sister and her family, and my wife’s sister and her family are all in the area and I live with a dull fear in the back of my skull …

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American Dreams

NBC has started running back-to-back eps of its drama/nostalgiafest, American Dreams, so we were able to catch one of the early entries in this series Sunday. You probably already know the show’s premise even if you haven’t seen a single episode. Set around the time of JFK’s assassination (at one …

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Dead Vampires and Cool Middle-Aged Women

Aimee Mann and the Breeders will appear on two upcoming episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Aimee Mann will appear on the November 19 episode of UPN’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer, performing at the show’s hang-out nightclub, the Bronze, in the fictitious town of Sunnydale, California. For the episode, titled …

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Gandolfini Issues

And you thought he was acting all drunk and horny in The Sopranos: Locked in a nasty divorce battle, and in damage-control mode after a lurid tabloid story, James Gandolfini, a two-time Emmy winner for channeling Mob boss Tony Soprano’s conflicted soul on HBO’s The Sopranos, has gone public with …

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No Pity

A very lengthy profile of Television Without Pity (who have linked us in the past – thanks) in the NY Times mag, ignored by the industry no more: Sarah D. Bunting and Tara Ariano are obscure names in the high-stakes world of Hollywood TV production. They are anything but L.A. …

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