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Stephen Colbert Books 'The Office' Gig And More Casting News

Chris Harnick | September 20, 2012 | TV
Stephen Colbert is heading to "The Office." According to EW, Colbert will guest star on the NBC sitcom as Broccoli Rob, a member of Andy's (Ed Helms) Cornell a capella group. Look for Colbert to pop up in the Halloween episode (Thurs., Oct. 25). Colbert is just...

Kathy Bates At Emmys 2012: 'Harry's Law' Star And More Presenters Revealed

Chris Harnick | September 20, 2012 | TV
ABC and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have announced the final round of presenters for the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Amongst the latest batch of presenters are ABC stars Jane Levy, Hayden Panettiere, James Van Der Beek and Damon Wayans Jr. Also on hand to pass out...

Kennedy Tapes Book Showcases Personal Reactions, Fears Of Impeachment, Importance Of Moon Landing

Andrew Losowsky | September 24, 2012 | Books
President John F. Kennedy was worried that he might be impeached, questioned the wisdom of America's nuclear arsenal, and he and General MacArthur felt that Mitt Romney's father had no chance of being President. These are just some of the areas of focus for a new book featuring secret recordings...

Sharon Osbourne Trashes NBC ... Again

Chris Harnick | September 20, 2012 | TV
Sharon Osbourne hasn't changed her mind and maintains she's done with "America's Got Talent" and NBC. "I've left. I'm gone. I won't go back," she told The Hollywood Reporter. "Greatest show, I love the show, but I really don't like NBC, and that's why I wouldn't go back....

British Man, Anthony Perry, Gives Away Money Inherited From Racist Stepfather To People Doing Good

Sarah Medina | September 20, 2012 | Good News
When Anthony Perry inherited a sizable sum from his racist, extremely right-wing stepfather, he decided to give away small chunks of the money to random people who were spreading good. According the the Guardian, Michael Young, Perry's stepfather died in 2000, shortly after his 100th...

Christmas Decorations In September: Have The Holidays Arrived Earlier This Year?

Shana Ecker | October 11, 2012 | HuffPost Home
When we came across photos this week on Reddit of stores that had already "decked the halls" we were... perplexed. Don't get us wrong -- we love the holiday season more than anyone-- but Christmas decorations in September? That's way too early, right?

31 Cute Animals That Will Fill Your Heart With Joy (PHOTOS)

Andres Jauregui | January 28, 2015 | Good News
Is it wrong to post cute animal photos for no apparent reason? If so, being wrong never felt so right. Reddit user "fugololo" posted this irresistible gallery of insanely cute animals to the social news site on Sept. 20, and it's proving to be really, really...

Therapy Myths: 10 Common Misconceptions About Seeing A Therapist

Arti Patel | September 21, 2012 | Canada Living
"Just get a therapist — they get paid to listen to your problems." We've all heard this one before, right? The problem is, it's just not true. Misconceptions about seeking therapy may stop someone who actually needs the help from finding it, says Noah Rubinstein, founder and CEO of...

'Hitchcock' Release Date: Anthony Hopkins Drama Set For Nov. 23, 2012

Christopher Rosen | November 20, 2012 | Entertainment
Joaquin Phoenix and Daniel Day-Lewis just got some company in the Best Actor race. Fox Searchlight has announced that "Hitchcock," about the making of Alfred Hitchcock's acclaimed thriller "Psycho," will arrive in theaters on Nov. 23, throwing star Sir Anthony Hopkins in the thick of the Oscar race....

Guess This Year's Primetime Emmy Winners (Poll)

Katherine Patke | November 20, 2012 | TV
This Sunday is the 64th Annual Primetime Emmys (7 EST/4 PST on ABC), but before any of the Spanx is put on or the limos arrive, we thought we'd give you a chance to vote for who you think will be the winners. Below are some of...

Nora Ephron Books 'Crazy Salad' And 'Scribble Scribble,' Out-Of-Print Collections, Will Be Reissued

Lori Fradkin | September 20, 2012 | Women
Nora Ephron fans, clear a space on your bookshelves. Two essay collections by the late writer -- "Crazy Salad: Some Thoughts About Women" and "Scribble Scribble: Notes on the Media" -- will be published in a single volume on October 16, according...

As Purple Heart Market Booms, Nonprofit Fights Peddling Of Memorabilia

Eleanor Goldberg | September 20, 2012 | Impact
Since the Supreme Court reversed a seven-year-old ban on buying and selling Purple Hearts, merchants have enjoyed a boom in business among collectors of military memorabilia. But one Afghanistan War veteran is determined to shoot down the rising transactions. The overturning of the Stolen Valor Act in...

'Dancing With The Stars: All-Stars': First Rehearsals (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

Maggie Furlong | September 21, 2012 | TV
"Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars" is almost here (two-night premiere begins Mon., Sept. 24, 8 p.m. ET on ABC) and we've got the exclusive sneak peek at all 13 pairs in their very first rehearsals. Who wore matching track suits their first day back in the studio?...

'The West Wing' Cast Reunites For Political Ad (VIDEO)

Chris Harnick | September 20, 2012 | TV
"The West Wing" cast is back together, walking and talking, but it's not for a movie. The cast of Aaron Sorkin's NBC political drama reunited in support of Bridget Mary McCormack, the sister of series star Mary McCormack, who is running for the Michigan Supreme Court. In...

LSU 'Keg Stand Granny' Lives Up To Nickname At Tailgate Party (VIDEO)

Jason St. Angelo | September 20, 2012 | Sports
Everyone loves a good tailgate, and by everyone, we mean everyone. Before LSU walloped Idaho last weekend, an 83-year-old woman was the life of the party. Prior to LSU's blowout win, the "Keg Stand Granny" was once again showing how she earned her nickname. The...

Trikes, Three-Wheeled Motorcycles, On Rise As Riders Age

Anthonia Akitunde | September 20, 2012 | Fifty
In his nearly 50 years as an avid motorcyclist, Grady Howard has roared down the tobacco roads of North Carolina and through the mountains of old Kentucky, all with his wife, Barbara, tucked behind him. But with a balky left leg and myriad other maladies, he knew the only way...

Maura Tierney's "Ruth And Erica" May Be The Ultimate Reality Show

Ann Brenoff | September 20, 2012 | Fifty
I think when we watch our parents slide, it becomes important to realize it's no longer about us. Whatever our issues were in the past with our parents, it just doesn't matter anymore. You move into a different phase of the relationship.

Christine Baranski's Emmy Competition: Maggie Smith

Chris Harnick | September 20, 2012 | TV
Christine Baranski is up for third Emmy for "The Good Wife," her tenth nomination overall. But this time, she's competing with "Downton Abbey's" Dame Maggie Smith. "What completely blew my mind this year was that I, an actress out of Buffalo, would be in the same category as...

Best Friends Forever, Post 50 Style

Ann Brenoff | September 21, 2012 | Fifty
Lorel Kane and Peggy Gullo just celebrated their 50th anniversary as BFFs -- that's best friends forever. The two, who met at the bus stop in 8th grade in a Chicago suburb, now both live in Houston, Texas. They went through school together, double-dated on Peggy's Sweet 16, were college...

Katie Couric Debuts Gray Hair On The 'Katie' Show (PHOTO, VIDEO)

Jessica Misener | September 20, 2012 | Style
Katie Couric's hair has been the subject of scrutiny throughout her long TV career. Is it too poufy? Too blonde? Too short? With all that silly fuss, it's about time the on-air mainstay pulled a fast one on us. On her new syndicated talk show...
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