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'41': George H.W. Bush Documentary, From Producer Jerry Weintraub, Set For HBO Debut

Christopher Rosen | April 27, 2012 | Entertainment
Unlike most presidents, George H.W. Bush has not published a memoir since leaving office. That's about to change, sort of: On June 14 -- just two days after Bush celebrates his 88th birthday -- the HBO documentary "41" will debut. Written and directed by Jeffrey Roth and produced by Jerry...

Betty White Books 'The Client List' Season Finale Role

Chris Harnick | April 26, 2012 | TV
Things are getting hotter for "Hot In Cleveland" star Betty White. The actress will guest star on "The Client List," Lifetime's new drama starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. Based on the Lifetime movie of the same name, "The Client List" (Sundays, 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime) stars...

Gary Marshall Updates Penny's Health, Says Working With Her On 'Laverne And Shirley' Wasn't Easy (VIDEO)

Alex Moaba | April 26, 2012 | TV
"Laverne & Shirley" is basking in a new round of honor and nostalgic praise. The show will be honored with a fan favorite award at the upcoming TV Land Awards, and "Good Morning America" hosted a cast reunion Thursday morning. The show's legendary...

'Laverne And Shirley' To 'Growing Pains': Inspiring TV Theme Songs

Chris Harnick | April 26, 2012 | TV
TV theme songs can be good for more than just introducing a show; sometimes, they can inspire you. Take "Laverne & Shirley" for instance. The show ended 29 years ago, but the iconic theme song lives on -- and not just for the "Schlemiel! Schlimazel!" -- but...

2010 Census: California Families Are More Traditional Than National Average, New Report Shows (PHOTOS)

Kathleen Miles | April 26, 2012 | Los Angeles
California has a reputation for being the land of loose hippies and divorce-happy celebrities. But according to a new study analyzing 2010 census data, its residents really just prefer the old-fashioned father-mother-children arrangement. The report found that the percentage of husband-wife marriages in California is 49.4%, a full...

Natural Body Detox: 30 Foods Under 50 Calories

Rebecca Zamon | April 27, 2012 | Canada Living
Wondering how to shed a few pounds and make your life healthier this spring? Then nutritionist Christine Avanti has one piece of advice for you: "Get out of the centre aisle of the supermarket, and start buying real food!" The chef, author and Food Network health consultant has...

Joe Walsh 'Analog Man' Performance: Longtime Eagle Performs First Solo Single In Two Decades (EXCLUSIVE)

Kia Makarechi | April 26, 2012 | Entertainment
Longtime Eagle and altogether rock legend Joe Walsh is back with a performance of "Analog Man," the lead single off his first solo album in two decades. The performance, which is premiering exclusively on HuffPost Entertainment, can be seen in the video player at the top of this article....

Bacteria In Reusable Bags: 7 Tips To Keep Your Totes Clean (PHOTOS)

Arti Patel | April 26, 2012 | Canada Living
By Melissa Valliant, for We’re willing to bet you don’t wash your grocery totes -- a study released this month revealed that only 15 per cent of North Americans do. Here’s another lovely statistic for you: A 2010 study found coliform bacteria -- a type of...

Dan Marino Talks AARP, Life After 50, Autism Awareness And The NFL Draft

Chris Greenberg | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
For more than a decade the Miami Dolphins have been looking for the next Dan Marino. Entering the 2012 NFL Draft, the search continues. Having recently turned 50, the Hall of Fame quarterback has also been thinking a lot about the next Dan Marino. Unlike the decision...

Gail Sheehy: What Can Bring Caregivers Out Of The House Before They Go Nuts?

Mary Turner | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
The largest city in Florida woke up last weekend to discover the people who keep its huge senior population alive and well cared-for -- the invisible corps of unpaid family caregivers. Jacksonville is like many American cities: proud of the number of social agencies in their region that serve seniors....

Levon Helm Memorial: Fans Gather To Honor The Band Member

Kelly Fisher | August 2, 2013 | Celebrity
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WOODSTOCK, N.Y. -- There was a reunion, of sorts, at Woodstock on Thursday. Musicians, friends and fans gathered in the board-and-batten barn where Levon Helm staged his Midnight Ramble concerts to remember the influential singer and drummer for The Band, who died of throat cancer last week at age 71.

Let's Hear It For Shirley MacLaine!

Mary Turner | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
The singing, dancing, acting dynamo turned 78 this week, and she’s as pixie-ish as ever. Over the years, she’s made her mark in movies from “Sweet Charity” and “ Irma La Douce” to “Terms of Endearment” and “Steel Magnolias.” Her latest movie, “Henry,” opens this week, and she’s got some...

Is Social Security Really Exhausted? Not At All, Say Officials

Mary Turner | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
It's rare to see a federal official publicly beg reporters to get a story right, but the commissioner of the Social Security Administration seemed ready to get down on his hands and knees at a Monday press briefing. Michael Astrue was cautioning journalists not to scare the public about the...

Carol Burnett Is 79!

Kristen Stenerson | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
Emmy winning actress/comedienne Carol Burnett is 79! Burnett has been leaving audiences in stitches for years with her incredible knack for comedy. In 1967, Burnett starred on her own comedy show "The Carol Burnett Show." The popular comedy-sketch show ran for 11 seasons between 1967 and 1978, winning...

'American Digger': Ric Savage Finds Treasure Buried Under Brooklyn Outhouses (VIDEO)

Catherine Lawson | April 26, 2012 | TV
Ric Savage and the "American Digger" (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on Spike) crew travelled to Brooklyn, New York in search of buried treasure. Working on the assumption that in the old days, people used to hide their valuables near their lavatories, Savage and his gang excavated a vacant...

Employers Can Force Retirement, Court Ruling Suggests

Kristen Stenerson | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
The court unanimously dismissed an appeal by a solicitor who was told to retire by a law firm just after his 65th birthday. Leslie Seldon, a partner at the firm, wanted to continue working, but his request was turned down.

Early Menopause Linked To Higher Risk Of Osteoporosis, Fracture And Mortality

Mary Turner | April 26, 2012 | Fifty
Women who go through the menopause early are nearly twice as likely to suffer from osteoporosis in later life, suggests new research published today (April 25) in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The Swedish study looked at the long-term effects of early menopause on mortality, risk of...

'Dog The Bounty Hunter': Duane Lee Returns To The Office (VIDEO)

Catherine Lawson | April 26, 2012 | TV
There was a family reunion of sorts on the latest episode of "Dog The Bounty Hunter" (Wed., 9:30 p.m. ET on A&E). After being approached by Pastor Tim, Duane Lee Chapman appeared ready to end the bitter family feud when he turned up at the...

'Auction Kings' Season Premiere: Nineteenth-Century Iron Maiden

Catherine Lawson | April 26, 2012 | TV
The "Auction Kings" (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on Discovery) returned for Season 3 with a new day and new timeslot, plus new pickers. New pickers the Garrett brothers were searching an old house in Michigan when they came face-to-face with an Iron Maiden. Dating from around 1890,...

Mother's Day: Gifts For The Healthy-Minded Mom

Sarah Klein | May 10, 2012 | Healthy Living
Mother's Day is quickly approaching! This year, it falls on Sunday, May 13, so you have a couple of weeks to come up with the perfect token of appreciation to show mom you care. Here at HuffPost Healthy Living, we firmly believe that the best
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