December 28, 2012 |
Click here to download TV listings for the week Dec. 30, 2012 - Jan. 5, 2012 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SUNDAY They deliver: The veddy British period drama about midwifery in working-class 1950s London returns with a special holiday episode titled … wait for it … the "Call the Midwife Holiday Special. " Jessica Raine and Jenny Agutter star. (KOCE, 7:30 p.m.) MONDAY Auld acquaintance: The late music-and-television impresario who went out into the cold in Times Square so you didn't have to, above, is remembered in "New Year's Rockin' Eve Celebrates Dick Clark," followed by the two annual specials that still bear his name.
April 22, 2013 |
Marc Jacobs isn't one to shy away from fashion risks. The often iconoclastic superstar designer - who has become synonymous with a certain young, casually cool New York state of mind - helped usher in the controversial "heroin chic" look in the '90s and favors a combo of kilts and combat boots for his daily work uniform. But for Jacobs' debut film role in the indie drama "Disconnect," which arrived in theaters in limited release last Friday, the style maven was forced to step outside his comfort zone - in terms of both fashion and raw physicality.
September 16, 2013 |
Several people reportedly were wounded Monday morning in a shooting at the Washington Navy Yard. A release from the U.S. Navy at 8:20 a.m. EDT reported an active gunman inside the Naval Sea Systems Command Headquarters building. A tweet from the official Navy account about half an hour later said a "still active shooter" was at large. According to CNN, several people had been injured. Meanwhile, District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray tweeted, asking people to "stay clear of the Washington Navy Yard.
October 22, 2013 |
Pauly D is a dad! The "Jersey Shore" stud has revealed that he has a baby girl. Well, we can't say we didn't see that one coming... "I'm proud I'm a father," the reality TV alum, real name Paul DelVecchio, told TMZ . "I am excited to embark on this new part of my life. " QUIZ: Test your 'Jersey Shore' vocabulary So, we suppose, his gym-tan-laundry routine will need to change to gym-tan-baby? The 33-year-old Rhode Island native fathered the child, who is now a few months old, with a 26-year-old woman who is currently living in New Jersey with the baby, the site reported.
April 10, 2013 |
A week after the death of "Buckwild"reality-TV star Shain Gandee, MTV has decided to cancel the series. Production on the show's second season was suspended after news broke last week that the 21-year-old had been found dead in his truck, along with his uncle and a friend, after going "mudding" (off-roading), near Sissonville, W.Va. The network ultimately decided not to move forward with the series, and episodes that had already been shot will not be aired. PHOTOS: Hollywood Backlot moments The network issued the following statement: "After careful consideration, MTV will not be moving forward with season two of "BUCKWILD" in West Virginia.
July 19, 2011
SERIES Aftermath With William Shatner: Daniel Ellsberg discusses his leaking of the Vietnam War-related documents known as the Pentagon Papers in this episode (7, 8 and 11 p.m. Biography). It's Worth What? Regular people ponder the prices of various and sundry items in this new game show hosted by Cedric the Entertainer (8 p.m. NBC). Ludo Bites America: Chef Ludo Lefebvre samples spicy favorites in Santa Fe, N.M., in the premiere episode of this food-themed travelogue (9 p.m. Sundance)
November 6, 2012
Re "Where the shore used to be," Nov. 4 The decade from 2001 to 2010 holds the record for the most Category 5 Atlantic hurricanes: eight. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of New Orleans and severely damaged other cities on the Gulf Coast. Now we have Sandy, which has caused tens of billions of dollars in damage in New York and New Jersey. Will this decade break the previous record? How many more hurricanes and tornadoes must occur before the governments of the world admit that "we have met the enemy, and he is us," as Pogo famously proclaimed?
January 10, 2014 |
He has berated questioners at campaign events from California to New Hampshire, called a former Navy SEAL an idiot for criticizing his education policies and, wielding an ice cream cone, dressed down a passerby in a widely broadcast confrontation along the Jersey Shore. Chris Christie's success owes largely to his image as the unvarnished, let-the-chips-fall antithesis of the buttoned-down politician who can barely breathe without first polling the response. "I am not a focus-group-tested, blow-dried candidate, or governor," Christie said at Thursday's operatic news conference, in which he abjectly and repeatedly apologized for the action of staffers who tied up the George Washington Bridge, apparently to punish a small-town mayor.