Monthly Archives: December 2011

A TV Icon Turns 75 Years Young

  I wish to celebrate one of the greatest icons of television. Long before there was Carrie or Rachel, there was Mary. Mary Tyler Moore has been in show business for many years. She first appeared in a commercial as … Continue reading

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EPIC comes to the Gold Coast

Epic Burger comes to the Gold Coast tomorrow at 40 E Pearson. But before the big opening, I braved the shoppers on the Mag Mile to try some of the food and great service that has made them a mainstay … Continue reading

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Return to the days of Radio for a Holiday Classic

Tonight I got to see what entertainment was like in the days before the Ipod and Dvd. American Blues Theatre presented the Frank Capra holiday classic, “It’s A Wonderful Life.”  The cast were dressed in period clothing as they transported … Continue reading

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TV ‘s Jewish Characters

in honor of the second night of Hanukkah… here are some of tv’s most beloved characters who light the Menorah… Enjoy! The sweet soprano from Glee… Rachel Berry …Lea Michele Dr Leo Marcus and his wife Grace Adler of Will … Continue reading

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Just Sit Right Back And You’ll Hear A Tale my interview with Dawn Wells

  I got an early Christmas present today. I got to have a lovely conversation with the absolutely delightful , Dawn Wells.  Dawn is currently appearing at the Broadway Playhouse in “Love , Loss , and What I Wore.”  Dawn … Continue reading

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TV ‘s 25 Greatest Holidays Moments Again!

Yeah I know this is probably a post that makes you go yawn. But wait! You never know you might see something that brings back a memory or something that either made you laugh or warmed your heart. So whether … Continue reading

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The Festival of Lights

At the same time of this season, another religious holiday is observed. The Jewish celebration of Hanukkah. Hanukkah takes place over eight nights and commemorates the deliverance of Israel from Syria. The oil in the temple became contaminated and couldn’t … Continue reading

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