Former World Series champion pitcher Jamie Moyer is back in town for a camp conference and private screening of an HBO documentary about kids and grieving. A topic near and dear to both HIS and his wife’s heart.
HBO’s Liberace biopic “Behind The Candelabra,” CBS’ “The Tony Awards” and legendary comedian and sitcom star Bob Newhart were the big winners Sunday at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
It’s Emmy time again, and among the nominees for the top awards are five first-time contenders, three of whom have been acting for decades on the big and/or small screen.
With 14 Emmy nominations, the once little mail order provider turned online streaming network, Netflix, has officially made it to the big leagues. Its original productions of “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development” are up against top cable shows including “Game of Thrones” and “The Newsroom” from HBO and “House of Lies” from Showtime.
Funeral services for actor James Gandolfini will be Thursday in New York City.
HBO and James Gandolfini’s managers say the actor famous for “The Sopranos” has died in Italy.
Floyd Mayweather signs a six-fight deal with CBS.
Next week promises delivery of a couple of long-awaited TV series.
Mayor Nutter helped inaugurate the new salad bar at the Global Leadership Academy, the result of a grant to promote the HBO documentary “The Weight of the Nation,” premiering May 14th.
Chris reviews all the political doings of the weekend and previews this week’s primaries with Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein. He also discusses the premeire of the HBO film, Game Change, and the argument between New Jersey Governor Chris Chris and a law student who opposes the merger between Rutgers-Camden and Rowan.
Our video review this week offers some major stars in high-profile productions.
The documentary tells the story of the U.S. military’s ban on gays and lesbians from its implementation to protests and debates and finally to its repeal late last year. Former Congressman Patrick Murphy, an Iraqi war veteran, played a key role in Congress, leading the fight to repeal the law.
This might be hard to believe, but World War Two veterans Bill Guarnere and Edward “Babe” Heffron generally don’t like Veterans Day. You see for them, it can be a lot of work.