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January 6, 2000 | JERRY CROWE
* The actress plays Malena on the WB sitcom "For Your Love," which airs Fridays at 9:30 p.m. Slippery When Wet: On Saturday, all I want to do is hang out with my twins [Ryan Elizabeth and Rodney], who are 2. They're swimming already! You just drop 'em in the water and they'll swim like little fish right across the pool. They're totally into it. Football Widow: My husband [Washington Redskins quarterback Rodney Peete] is gone half the year, so during that time, Sunday is always football day.
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August 6, 2004 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
Holly Robinson Peete, the daughter of Matthew Robinson, who starred as Gordon on the original "Sesame Street," is the wife of Carolina Panther backup quarterback Rodney Peete. The Peetes have three children and another on the way. Holly said just before their 6-year-old twins, son R.J. and daughter Ryan, were born, Rodney, then with the Eagles, was playing a game in Philadelphia.
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August 6, 2004 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
Holly Robinson Peete, the daughter of Matthew Robinson, who starred as Gordon on the original "Sesame Street," is the wife of Carolina Panther backup quarterback Rodney Peete. The Peetes have three children and another on the way. Holly said just before their 6-year-old twins, son R.J. and daughter Ryan, were born, Rodney, then with the Eagles, was playing a game in Philadelphia.
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July 5, 2000 | DAVID BAUDER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
One sentence of a recent newspaper story was enough to set off Steve Harvey. While backstage at a New York City hotel as he waited to address advertisers and TV critics who were there to see the WB network present its fall schedule, the comedian spied a story that said the network's so-called black-themed shows were moving to Sunday night. That was it. The article didn't mention "The Steve Harvey Show," "For Your Love" or "The Jamie Foxx Show."
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July 5, 2000 | DAVID BAUDER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
One sentence of a recent newspaper story was enough to set off Steve Harvey. While backstage at a New York City hotel as he waited to address advertisers and TV critics who were there to see the WB network present its fall schedule, the comedian spied a story that said the network's so-called black-themed shows were moving to Sunday night. That was it. The article didn't mention "The Steve Harvey Show," "For Your Love" or "The Jamie Foxx Show."
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April 15, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
USC will award 12 scholarships to physically disabled athletes during its annual "Swim With Mike" fundraiser Saturday at the McDonald's Swim Stadium. Celebrating its 24th year, the event provides scholarships that enable disabled students to attend college. "Swim With Mike" began in 1981 as a way to raise funds for a specially equipped van for USC swimmer Mike Nyeholt, a three-time All-American who was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident.
NEWS
January 29, 1999 | VALLI HERMAN-COHEN
Top football players will trade their uniforms for high fashion at the NFL Passion for Fashion show Saturday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Now in its third year as part of Super Bowl pregame activities, the show will feature players such as John Lynch Jr. of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Keenan McCardell of the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Irving Fryar and Rodney Peete of the Philadelphia Eagles.
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March 4, 2011 | By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
Tyler Perry's drama "For Colored Girls" was named best film of 2010 Friday evening at the NAACP Image Awards. The film also won outstanding director for Perry and supporting actress for Kimberly Elise. Denzel Washington was named outstanding actor at the ceremony, which took place at the Shrine Auditorium, for "The Book of Eli," though the actor did not attend the event. Halle Berry was named outstanding actress for "Frankie & Alice. " The drama, based on a true story, also won outstanding independent film.
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August 8, 2002 | From a Times Staff Writer
Matthew T. Robinson Jr., an original cast member on television's "Sesame Street" and longtime writer for "The Cosby Show," died at his Los Angeles home Monday after a 20-year battle with Parkinson's disease. He was 65. He entered show business as a writer and later producer and on-air talent at WCAU-TV in his native Philadelphia in the early 1960s. He joined "Sesame Street" in 1969 as a producer.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 6, 2000 | JERRY CROWE
* The actress plays Malena on the WB sitcom "For Your Love," which airs Fridays at 9:30 p.m. Slippery When Wet: On Saturday, all I want to do is hang out with my twins [Ryan Elizabeth and Rodney], who are 2. They're swimming already! You just drop 'em in the water and they'll swim like little fish right across the pool. They're totally into it. Football Widow: My husband [Washington Redskins quarterback Rodney Peete] is gone half the year, so during that time, Sunday is always football day.
NEWS
September 22, 2005 | Paul Brownfield, Times Staff Writer
ATTENTION all you "Elimidate" hot-tubbers: The UPN sitcom "Love, Inc." requests your presence tonight on the Lido Deck of bad TV for a seminar on dating do's and don'ts. For instance: Don't talk about your mother's marriage on a first date. If you're a guy, don't say "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo" is your favorite movie. Say it's "Love, Actually." Because it's a chick flick, get it! The wit and wisdom of "Love, Inc." fits on a thimble.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 2003 | Elaine Dutka
More than a dozen celebrities have teamed to appear in a video for "Dance With My Father," the title track of Luther Vandross' latest album. The singer, who suffered a stroke in April, remains hospitalized. Participating musicians include Quincy Jones, Wyclef Jean, Patti LaBelle, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Babyface, Nona Gaye, Monica, "American Idol" winner Ruben Studdard, Brian McKnight, Johnny Gill, Beyonce Knowles and her father, Matthew.
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