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March 25, 2007 | DEBORAH NETBURN
What it's a good time to talk about: "The L Word." The morose marine layer that engulfed last year's "L Word" lifted this season -- no one died tragically! The Ls bed-hopped, broke up and played basketball, as it should be in Sapphic Los Angeles. This week marks the end of Season 4, but Showtime has already announced that Season 5 is a sure thing. (Tonight) What nobody wants to talk about: Good Charlotte.
March 14, 1993 | CHRIS WILLMAN, Chris Willman is a regular contributor to Calendar. and
Chris Rock recalls dutifully heading to the theaters in the mid-'80s each time a new movie falling under the burgeoning sub-genre of "rap film" would open. Each time, his teen-aged expectations were dashed by yet another formulaic bomb. "Beat Street"? Thud . "Krush Groove"? Crash . "Rappin' " and "Breakin' " (not to forget "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo")? Kerplop . Even the action movie starring his heroes, Run-D.M.C., "Tougher Than Leather," was tough not to loathe.
November 23, 2000 | SHAUNA SNOW
ENTERTAINMENT The Final 'Rock': After five seasons, comedian Chris Rock is ending "The Chris Rock Show" on cable's HBO, though his relationship with the pay network will continue. The final episode of the talk show will be seen Friday, with guests rapper Ice-T and singer Nikka Costa.
January 11, 2013 | By Meredith Blake
The “30 Rock” series finale doesn't air until Jan. 31, but for the cast of the acclaimed sitcom, the fun ended last month when they wrapped production on the series after seven seasons on NBC. Cast members Tracy Morgan, Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Jack McBrayer and Jane Krakowski came together Thursday night  for what is hoped will be the first of many reunions. The entire ensemble sat down with Jimmy Fallon for a lengthy look back at the series. It was an unusual format for a late-night talk show - more “Oprah” than “Late Night” - but for “30 Rock” fans it was a treat.
December 10, 2005 | Maria Elena Fernandez
Every Thursday, "Everybody Hates Chris" on UPN. But does Oscar? Chris Rock may have hurt Hollywood's feelings (just a little) this year when he hosted the Academy Awards and made fun of some of Tinseltown's hot stars -- Jude Law, Colin Farrell, Tobey Maguire -- but that's not why he won't be returning for an encore on March 5.
March 27, 2005
I have been waiting a long time to have hip-hop clarified and appreciate that Todd Boyd did just that ("Working Both Sides of Street," March 6). I'm 82 and taught in Pacoima from 1970 to 1990. I was already beginning to hear my sixth-graders rapping "Black Is Beautiful," doing break dancing and displaying their play game of "Pizza Pizza Daddy-O." Oh, that we had candidates who could look to hip-hop for integrating instead of dividing our diverse population! Hilda Lerner Encino Todd BOYD'S essay was insightful.
March 1, 2005 | Elaine Dutka, Times Staff Writer
Shake up the Oscars, the grande dame of Hollywood galas, and you're bound to get a few glitches. Like those flat TV screens mounted above the crowd inside the Kodak Theatre -- purportedly best viewed by the swells in the orchestra seats. "You broke your neck looking up," Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Frank Pierson said Monday.
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