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April 10, 2003 | From Associated Press
Rosie O'Donnell, host of this weekend's Kids' Choice Awards on Nickelodeon, said she won't use the show as a forum for her antiwar views but will talk about peace. She hasn't scripted any remarks but said they might be "something along the lines" of a hope for peace in the world. The show airs at 8 p.m. Saturday. The Kids' Choice Awards, which feature favorites in movies, TV, sports and books as selected by children in online voting, attracted more than 5 million viewers aged 2 to 11 last year.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 26, 2007 | Martin Miller
Rosie O'Donnell, don't bother to come on down! The former host of "The View's" bid to replace Bob Barker as the host of "The Price Is Right" is apparently over, according to a Monday posting on her website. After meeting with representatives for the show last week, O'Donnell reported that a requirement to move to Los Angeles proved to be the deal breaker. O'Donnell lives outside of New York City with her partner and their four children.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 2000
Yikes! What demonic force has taken control of the Tonys, my favorite awards show (" 'Contact,' 'Copenhagen' Big Winners at Tonys," June 5)? These awards used to be in good taste, a real class act! Now we have to endure Rosie O'Donnell screeching the opening number, a shame with all the musical talent on Broadway. Silly me, I know TV is all about ratings and not good taste! And though I adore Nathan Lane, why did he constantly make snide remarks about so many of the actors presenting awards as well as Hillary Clinton, who may be an actress but wasn't at the ceremony?
OPINION
April 7, 2007
Re "U have 2 c Rosie has to go," Opinion, April 3 Jonah Goldberg's column on Rosie O'Donnell is what we've come to expect. He is no longer capable of explaining his conservative values. Rather, his mission is to attempt to discredit anything liberal because his right-wing arguments have been thoroughly discredited. About all that's left is to select a fringe issue like O'Donnell's uninformed ranting on the 9/11 building collapse, pretend it's somehow connected to journalism through Barbara Walters' presence and march inexorably to his conclusion that it gets a pass from scrutiny because it represents left-wing thought.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 31, 2010 | By Denise Martin
It's true that no one knew Rosie O'Donnell had split from partner Kelli Carpenter until two years after the couple had already separated, but O'Donnell is doing anything but ducking the media. When she's not hosting her Sirius Satellite Radio show "Rosie Radio," O'Donnell has been raving about her new girlfriend (she told Oprah Winfrey last week that she went "Zoinks!" when she met the "absolutely gorgeous" Tracy Kachtick-Anders, a Texas-based artist and mother of six), hawking new projects (HBO premieres her documentary "A Family Is a Family Is a Family" tonight, and a new book, "The Sound of Hope," comes out in April)
ENTERTAINMENT
February 14, 1997 | JANICE PAGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Television executives looking to duplicate the meteoric success of "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" can study time slots, demographics, viewing trends and the like. Or they can just ask an 11-year-old to decode the puzzle for them. O'Donnell is "like another person, but then, a lot of people know her, so she's a star," reasoned Angela Taylor of Ojai at Universal Studios theme park last weekend.
BUSINESS
October 27, 2003 | From Reuters
Rosie O'Donnell and her former publishing partner are set to face off in a New York court this week in a much-hyped breach-of-contract battle following the messy demise of the entertainer's namesake magazine. O'Donnell, known for her brashness and liberal views, was once dubbed the "Queen of Nice" by her fans. But former partner Gruner + Jahr USA Publishing says otherwise.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 2012
James Paratore TV executive helped launch Ellen DeGeneres' show Prominent television production executive James Paratore, 58, died Tuesday after suffering a heart attack while cycling in France. As president of the Warner Bros. Telepictures Productions unit from 1992 through 2006, Paratore was involved in the creation of some of television's most successful franchises, including daytime talk shows hosted by Rosie O'Donnell and Ellen DeGeneres as well as the reality hit "The Bachelor," entertainment news magazine "Extra" and the courtroom show "Judge Mathis.
NEWS
March 14, 2002 | GINA PICCALO AND LOUISE ROUG
Director Alfonso Cuaron wiped his brow. "I feel so blessed," he said, beaming. "I'm so happy." It was very hot where Cuaron was standing: in the thick of an adoring crowd at the Argyle on Sunset Boulevard on Tuesday night. Cuaron had good reason to smile. At the West Coast premiere of his new movie, "Y Tu Mama Tambien" (And Your Mama Too), at the Regent Showcase Theatre on La Brea Avenue earlier Tuesday night, there were not enough seats to accommodate the many guests who showed up (though if you were Gwyneth Paltrow or Madonna's brother, Christopher Ciccone, seating was not a problem)
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 1998 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Rosie O'Donnell set out to make her mark in daytime talk, she modeled "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" after the chat fests of daytime pioneers Merv Griffin and Mike Douglas. An unabashed fan of all things television, O'Donnell, 35, grew up enthralled with Griffin's Emmy-winning show, which was seen in syndication and on CBS from 1965 to 1986. Griffin, 72, also created the long-running game shows "Jeopardy!"
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