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28 Oct. 2014

ANNOUNCEMENT: CBS, new dimensions in viewing


The CBS Television Stations group, a division of CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS.A and CBS), and Weigel Broadcasting today announced plans to launch DECADES, a new national entertainment programming service for distribution across local television stations’ digital sub channels – broadcast channels that utilize a local station’s available spectrum to provide a companion to that station’s […]

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16 Oct. 2014

Pei-pei Cheng and Ben Whishaw in LILTING


Love knows no barrier, especially language. In the new romantic film, LILTING, from director Hong Khaou, two elderly adults Junn (Pei-pei Cheng) and Alan (Peter Bowles) make a romantic connection in a residential facility for seniors–everything goes well as long as they don’t know what the other is saying.  Junn only speaks Chinese, Alan is […]

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06 Oct. 2014

The Charismatic Michael K. Williams


Michael K. Williams enters a room with confidence even when he’s been detained by New York City traffic.  Running a bit late for roundtable interviews to discuss his role in the new film, KILL THE MESSENGER, alongside two-time Oscar nominee, Jeremy Renner, Williams exhaled and delivered. MESSENGER is the story of a dogged investigative reporter, […]

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17 Sep. 2014

September: Bay Area welcomes The Price Is Right and Patti LaBelle


San Francisco, Come On Down for your chance to win an appearance on THE PRICE IS RIGHT, CBS Entertainment’s Daytime Emmy Award-winning game show.  Rated at the network’s #1 daytime series and the longest-running game show, its annual nationwide contestant search is Sunday, Sept. 21, details to follow. Those chosen will appear as contestants during […]

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14 Sep. 2014

Johnny Mathis Compilation, November 17


Johnny Mathis‘ near 60-year tenure as a core artist at Columbia Records was only interrupted once, when he founded his own production company, Global Records, for a four-year stay at Mercury Records from 1963 to 1967.  His entire album output for that label (virtually every title rare and out of print for decades) is brought […]

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08 Sep. 2014

Tavis Smiley is living a mile a minute


Tavis Smiley –talk show host, philanthropist, author, political junkie, etc—is adding another title to his multi-hyphenate identity.  The 49-year-old heading fast toward 50 is among the latest class of celebrities to join Dancing With the Stars. As if he is not busy enough tackling world affairs and national matters of importance, Smiley tells why he’s […]

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08 Sep. 2014

Paul Rudd in the driver’s seat


Pop culture favorite, Critics Choice Award winner, actor/writer/producer Paul Rudd replaces Oscar winner and five-time Academy Award nominee Jeff Bridges as the new voice for Hyundai Motor America’s national advertising, starting with a new campaign for the 2015 Hyundai Sonata. “We were looking for a voice that could be recognizable and relatable to a new […]

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03 Sep. 2014

Looking to Change Your Life?


Oprah Winfrey and Steve Harvey have an eye-opening and inspirational  conversation about the keys to success, airing Sunday, September 7 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. Oprah welcomes comedian and talk show host, Steve Harvey, to chat it up on her ‘Lifeclass’ stage.  Harvey shares personal stories about how he lifted himself up from failure […]

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14 Aug. 2014

Personal Pick: A FIVE-STAR LIFE in theaters NOW


Italian romantic dramedy of woman hotel critic travelling the world Nothing beats the pleasure of a five-star hotel experience.  But, is there more to life than luxury? A FIVE STAR LIFE is the sophisticated and delightful story of one woman’s quest for romantic and professional fulfillment set against some of the most stunning cities and […]

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11 Aug. 2014

Marin Theatre Company’s West Coast Premiere


One snuck in the back door, so the other could walk in the front. Why would the shining son of the Nation of Islam seek help from one of the most vilified figures of black American culture? In this knockout new play, San Francisco native Will Power investigates an unlikely friendship of the Civil Rights […]

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