We seem to iconize certain newsies which is maybe why we have two new biographies in audio and print about veteran television newsfolk: Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather.
On Monday, September 17, Hundreds found shelter from the pouring rain aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum on the Hudson River in NYC. All there to commemorate the first anniversary of the repeal of the military's ban on openly gay and lesbian service members.
He adored show business and it paid him back, by giving him every award the entertainment world could dream up - from three Oscars to Emmys, Grammys, Tonys and finally, the ultimate--the Pulitzer.
"Performing stand up is a narcotic that I need even if I do it a few times a year. Traveling is inconvenient but worth it to make people laugh."
Within days of Rielle Hunter promoting her book coming out -- and her finally, freely, spouting her truth, her version of their journey together -- it...
Arianna appeared on "Piers Morgan Tonight" with "The View's" Barbara Walters on Wednesday evening to share their memories of writer-director Nora Ephr...
Did the admissions committee make a serious error in judgment by accepting Bashar al-Assad press aide into its exclusive student body? Or is Sheherazad Jaafari being unfairly singled out?
Lucky has been Wendy's muse and close canine companion since the day they met. Her underdog journey wasn't easy at the start, but has certainly been a trail of love and service the entire way.
"I ADMIT--I WAS kind of offended when I saw that I'd been left out of Frank Langella's new book 'Dropped Names.' But then I realized everybody in it w...
Recent news stories have announced as part of your ability to gain employment with some companies, perspective employers are demanding your Facebook password -- and now everyone thinks it's a big deal.
Lucille Ball was 40 when I Love Lucy first hit the airwaves in 1951. Desi Arnaz was 34, Vivian Vance was 42 and William Frawley, 67. At the time, Lucy, Ricky and Ethel were "adults." Fred was old. It's 2012 and now 67 seems to be just a hair over middle age.
She's a nonagenarian who, when dressed in black, looks a little like a bobble-head with a pipe-cleaner body. But, at the age of 91, entertainer Carol Channing has amazing energy and a rare spirit for life.
Clearly, Assad's stand-up comedy talents are the side of him not hitherto known to the world, so now we know. His performance before Barbara Walters was laughable, but beyond that nothing else is laughable about the evolving tragedy in Syria.
News in Color contributor Hazel Jones shares her thoughts about Bank of America's recent fee increases, Sarah Palin's decision not to run for President, the n-word controversy on The View, and the untimely passing of Steve Jobs.
Speaking as a gay man, it's one thing for us to use "faggot" or "dyke" among our own. Often these terms are delivered with a knowing wink, a certain warmth, almost in a family sort of way. Even so, they're still dicey in our community.
Once more, NBC has lost the most important female TV journalist of a generation because some indicator told them she was unpopular.