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June 29, 2006 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In a casting coup not heard of since, like, last week or something, one Katie Cassidy - the cutie daughter of '70s dreamy-haired popster, showman, personality and heartthrob David Cassidy - has kicked Jessica Simpson's and Kristin Cavallari's derrieres to land what TMZ.com is calling "the coveted Lucy Ewing role in the upcoming Dallas movie. " (Covet not thy '80s TV-show movie remake, a prophet once said.) The lovely Katie has been seen on 7th Heaven and most recently in the box office smash hit, Click.
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August 1, 1999 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
David Cassidy has signed a multiyear contract to perform at a Las Vegas resort. Cassidy and the Rio Suite Hotel & Casino announced last week that the former teen idol would produce a show to open in January. "I will do a hybrid Broadway musical," Cassidy said. "It will have a story, and it will appeal to a large demographic audience. " Cassidy began his career as a sibling in the '70s television series The Partridge Family. He moved to Las Vegas three years ago to headline the $75 million EFX stage spectacular at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 1991 | By Kevin L. Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Remember the Partridge Family bus? The multicolored monster that rolled over the California landscape years ago during the show's opening credits? (Hello, world, here's the song that we're singin' . . . C'mon get happyyyyyyyyyyyy. . . .) Years ago, David Cassidy was quoted as saying he'd like to see that bus shot. But now that he's been away from the Partridge scene for most of two decades and has matured, he said he had no problem anymore with being associated with the popular ABC sitcom of the '70s.
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April 13, 2011
Charles Laufer, 87, who built a publishing career with youth-oriented fan magazines such as Tiger Beat, died April 5 at a Los Angeles hospital. Mr. Laufer was teaching at a high school in Norwalk, Calif., in the 1950s when he came up with the idea for a magazine called Coaster. "The kids were always bored" on rainy days, said his son, Scott. "He thought there had to be something more interesting to read. " He changed the name of Coaster to Teen, and that magazine led Laufer to launch his signature publication, Tiger Beat, in 1965.
NEWS
October 7, 1991 | By Dan DeLuca, Special to The Inquirer
If only Reuben Kincaid could have seen him. David Cassidy, so fit and trim you know a picture of his middle-aged self hangs somewhere in the attic, bounded out for his encore Saturday night at the half-filled Keswick Theater in Glenside wearing a pink silk jacket, extra-snug leather pants and a sweatshirt emblazoned with the title of his biggest Partridge Family hit, "I Think I Love You. " An adoring few - out of a crowd made up mostly of...
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 1999 | By Karen Heller, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Wifty Parisian fashion designer Paco Rabanne believed the world would collapse in a lunar eclipse this August. But, as you may have noted, it didn't. Conspiracists, cranks, crackpots and run-of-the-mill catastrophists believe that in the final minute of the last day of this very year Nostradamus' prophecy will come true and "the great king of terror will fall from the sky. " Or something to that effect. That's seven weeks late. Now we know. The end of the world will come Saturday.
NEWS
March 12, 1995 | By Craig LaBan, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
With his little arms spread wide and his best attempt at vibrato, 9-year- old David Cassidy sang to his principal, and begged her not to call his parents to inform them he had been naughty. But it was too late. Principal Rachael Rustin, also 9, had already reached the Cassidys on her imaginary phone. She sang with ire. "Dear Mrs. Cassidy, your son is being a brat!" Tragic. Hopeless. Cathartic. David's predicament was not your everyday elementary school fix. It was downright operatic - complete with libretto, musical accompaniment and audience.
NEWS
July 10, 1993 | by Monte Williams, New York Daily News
For 20 years, he has moaned about how he's a misunderstood artist - how he's much more than Keith Partridge, that pablum-voiced '70s teen sex idol who inspired a trizillion adolescent pants. " 'The Partridge Family' was an albatross," says David Cassidy, still dimpled, thin-hipped, virtually wrinkle-free at 43 and still worthy of at least a zillion pants. "After the show, no one would consider me for serious parts. " So why has Cassidy agreed to play advance man for the deluge of publicity heralding Nick at Nite's acquisition of the vintage sitcom, which starts rerunning on the cable channel Monday night?
NEWS
February 18, 2011 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Young Lindsay Lohan could learn a thing or two from Christian Slater now that he's half a decade sober. "I was dealing with alcoholism and addiction, and there was a lot to take on without much life experience," the Heathers star tells Details. "Addiction is not pretty, and you don't fully understand it unless you're dealing with it. . . . That's why when I see other kids struggling, I will sometimes reach out to them. " Including LiLo, who is dealing with a similar illness.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2011
A THIRD OF THE flock got together on an Atlantic City stage Saturday for a mini- Partridge Family reunion. David Cassidy and 94 WYSP's DJ Danny Bonaduce made music together for only the second time in 40 years. Although Bonaduce played Cassidy's younger brother on the '70s TV hit, he lip-synched and only pretended to play the bass guitar on the show. But Saturday night was the real deal. After he did a standup comedy routine to open Cassidy's show at Resorts Casino Hotel, Cassidy got him to play "Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted," a song he learned when the two played it together last October in Philly.
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NEWS
April 13, 2011
Charles Laufer, 87, who built a publishing career with youth-oriented fan magazines such as Tiger Beat, died April 5 at a Los Angeles hospital. Mr. Laufer was teaching at a high school in Norwalk, Calif., in the 1950s when he came up with the idea for a magazine called Coaster. "The kids were always bored" on rainy days, said his son, Scott. "He thought there had to be something more interesting to read. " He changed the name of Coaster to Teen, and that magazine led Laufer to launch his signature publication, Tiger Beat, in 1965.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2011
A THIRD OF THE flock got together on an Atlantic City stage Saturday for a mini- Partridge Family reunion. David Cassidy and 94 WYSP's DJ Danny Bonaduce made music together for only the second time in 40 years. Although Bonaduce played Cassidy's younger brother on the '70s TV hit, he lip-synched and only pretended to play the bass guitar on the show. But Saturday night was the real deal. After he did a standup comedy routine to open Cassidy's show at Resorts Casino Hotel, Cassidy got him to play "Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted," a song he learned when the two played it together last October in Philly.
NEWS
February 18, 2011 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Young Lindsay Lohan could learn a thing or two from Christian Slater now that he's half a decade sober. "I was dealing with alcoholism and addiction, and there was a lot to take on without much life experience," the Heathers star tells Details. "Addiction is not pretty, and you don't fully understand it unless you're dealing with it. . . . That's why when I see other kids struggling, I will sometimes reach out to them. " Including LiLo, who is dealing with a similar illness.
NEWS
June 29, 2006 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In a casting coup not heard of since, like, last week or something, one Katie Cassidy - the cutie daughter of '70s dreamy-haired popster, showman, personality and heartthrob David Cassidy - has kicked Jessica Simpson's and Kristin Cavallari's derrieres to land what TMZ.com is calling "the coveted Lucy Ewing role in the upcoming Dallas movie. " (Covet not thy '80s TV-show movie remake, a prophet once said.) The lovely Katie has been seen on 7th Heaven and most recently in the box office smash hit, Click.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 1999 | By Karen Heller, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Wifty Parisian fashion designer Paco Rabanne believed the world would collapse in a lunar eclipse this August. But, as you may have noted, it didn't. Conspiracists, cranks, crackpots and run-of-the-mill catastrophists believe that in the final minute of the last day of this very year Nostradamus' prophecy will come true and "the great king of terror will fall from the sky. " Or something to that effect. That's seven weeks late. Now we know. The end of the world will come Saturday.
NEWS
August 1, 1999 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
David Cassidy has signed a multiyear contract to perform at a Las Vegas resort. Cassidy and the Rio Suite Hotel & Casino announced last week that the former teen idol would produce a show to open in January. "I will do a hybrid Broadway musical," Cassidy said. "It will have a story, and it will appeal to a large demographic audience. " Cassidy began his career as a sibling in the '70s television series The Partridge Family. He moved to Las Vegas three years ago to headline the $75 million EFX stage spectacular at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.
NEWS
March 12, 1995 | By Craig LaBan, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
With his little arms spread wide and his best attempt at vibrato, 9-year- old David Cassidy sang to his principal, and begged her not to call his parents to inform them he had been naughty. But it was too late. Principal Rachael Rustin, also 9, had already reached the Cassidys on her imaginary phone. She sang with ire. "Dear Mrs. Cassidy, your son is being a brat!" Tragic. Hopeless. Cathartic. David's predicament was not your everyday elementary school fix. It was downright operatic - complete with libretto, musical accompaniment and audience.
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August 16, 1994 | People and Us magazines and Daily News wire services contributed to this report
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