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LIVING
April 22, 2000 | By Thomas J. Brady, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
TV cop Nash Bridges couldn't have done it any better. After two car chases in two nights - and getting his patrol car rammed - Las Vegas Police Sgt. Victor Vigna recovered actor Don Johnson's stolen Mercedes-Benz and caught a suspect. Johnson is in Las Vegas this week shooting footage for Nash Bridges. Vigna first spotted suspect Robert Lee Gibson on Tuesday in another car that was allegedly stolen. After leading Vigna on a chase and ramming his patrol car, Gibson ditched the car and ran away, Lt. Gary Schofield said.
NEWS
March 24, 2000 | by Mister Mann Frisby , Daily News Staff Writer
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe is piping-hot these days. The 21-year-old star of "Nash Bridges" and "She's All That" is so busy that she often forgets what time zone she's in. Recently, after polishing off her first Philly cheesesteak, the young actress spoke with the Daily News about her latest project and her career goals. How was filming your latest film, "Whatever It Takes"? It was good. There were a lot of long hours and it was always really crowded because of the prom scene. It was pretty hot. Just to get out of the heat we would go stand out in the sun, if you can believe that.
LIVING
May 7, 1997 | By W. Speers This article contains material from the Associated Press, Reuters, New York Post, New York Daily News, South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Star
Marcia Clark reveals in her book out Friday that she was raped at 17; she calls O.J. Simpson an "unregenerate low-life scum," Johnnie Cochran "a hypocritical, two-faced bastard," Robert Shapiro a "lightweight," and Lance Ito a "dunderhead"; and she never comes clean about her relationship with Chris Darden. In Without a Doubt, Clark says of talk of an affair between the two prosecutors: "The question is irrelevant. . . . Darden and I were closer than lovers, and unless you've been through what we've been through, you can't possibility know what that means.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 2001 | By Thomas J. Brady, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Robbie Williams suffered bruises but was otherwise uninjured after a man pushed the pop star from the stage during a concert, said a spokesman for his record label on Thursday. During his concert in Stuttgart Wednesday night, the former Take That star fell just over five feet into the pit below the stage after a young man who was psychologically disturbed, according to police, got onto the stage and pushed him from behind. Williams picked himself up and returned to the stage, said Frank Bender, a spokesman for EMI records.
NEWS
March 27, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
"It sucks. Not nearly as much fun. " - Actor Ken Wahl, on his court-ordered life without alcohol Would you buy a new car from this man? Of course you would, since the man is Paul Newman. The actor, a longtime auto-racing enthusiast, plans to make his passion street-legal by buying a car dealership near his Westport, Conn., home, Newman's attorney said this week. With partners Michael Brockman and David J. Long - a Motor Trend magazine columnist and a New Jersey Volvo dealer, respectively - Newman will purchase the Volvo City/Milford Mazda/Enterprise Oldsmobile dealership, which has been under bankruptcy protection since 1995.
NEWS
April 14, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services and People magazine contributed to this report
"California is like an artificial limb the rest of the country doesn't really need. " - Author (and Boston resident) Saul Bellow, in the new Playboy "Nash Bridges" star Don Johnson got a little deeper into it Friday when two former employees of the show sued him for sexual harassment, claiming they were fired for turning down the actor's advances. Antonia Napoli and Kiel Murray, who accused Johnson of copping feels and indulging in other inappropriate behavior on the "Nash Bridges" set, want back pay and unspecified damages.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 2, 2012 | By Howard Gensler
IT'S DIFFICULT to see how Tyler Perry could get any busier, but Oprah Winfrey 's OWN network said Monday that Perry will produce, write and direct the network's first two scripted series, to premiere next year. Perry is the creative force behind movies like "Madea's Family Reunion" and the TBS series "Tyler Perry's House of Payne," "Meet the Browns" and "For Better or Worse. " The move to OWN, the Los Angeles Times reported, means Perry is shelving his ambitions to launch his own Tyler TV cable network.
NEWS
January 24, 2008 | By Dan DeLuca INQUIRER MUSIC CRITIC
The search for something beautiful, rustic and sad is a neverending pop music quest, and lately many a bearded soul has set off on that road to authenticity with Neil Young's Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere pumping through his earbuds. On Tuesday, Ben Bridwell's Band of Horses pulled their van up to the Fillmore at the TLA on South Street. A South Carolina native who came of musical age in Seattle, Bridwell has the bicoastal geographic credentials to make soulfully sulking flannel-shirted rock.
NEWS
August 4, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services, the New York Daily News and New York Post contributed to this report
"Well, it was fun. I was drinking then, of course. " - Kelsey Grammer, remembering his role as Sideshow Bob on "The Simpsons" Some people truly believe that, in the words of the song, the best things in life are free. Oprah Winfrey is apparently not one of those people. The multimillionaire talk-show hostess chats about some of her interests in an interview to be published in the September issue of Vibe magazine. And none of them - except if you count Gloating - comes under the category of Simple Pleasures.
NEWS
September 24, 1998 | by Ellen Gray, Daily News Television Critic
Will two of the most enduring franchises in television history - NBC's "must-see" Thursdays and ABC's "TGIF" Fridays - survive another season? Does God make little green couch potatoes? Does Frasier Crane drink coffee? Do the Olsen twins still have the power to cast a spell over millions? "Seinfeld" may have fled and Urkel decamped (first from ABC, then from CBS), but a look at this fall's Thursday and Friday night schedules suggests no one's seriously challenging the status quo this year, even as the networks prepare to launch eight new series on those nights, four of which will premiere tonight or tomorrow.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 2, 2012 | By Howard Gensler
IT'S DIFFICULT to see how Tyler Perry could get any busier, but Oprah Winfrey 's OWN network said Monday that Perry will produce, write and direct the network's first two scripted series, to premiere next year. Perry is the creative force behind movies like "Madea's Family Reunion" and the TBS series "Tyler Perry's House of Payne," "Meet the Browns" and "For Better or Worse. " The move to OWN, the Los Angeles Times reported, means Perry is shelving his ambitions to launch his own Tyler TV cable network.
NEWS
January 24, 2008 | By Dan DeLuca INQUIRER MUSIC CRITIC
The search for something beautiful, rustic and sad is a neverending pop music quest, and lately many a bearded soul has set off on that road to authenticity with Neil Young's Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere pumping through his earbuds. On Tuesday, Ben Bridwell's Band of Horses pulled their van up to the Fillmore at the TLA on South Street. A South Carolina native who came of musical age in Seattle, Bridwell has the bicoastal geographic credentials to make soulfully sulking flannel-shirted rock.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 2001 | By Thomas J. Brady, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Robbie Williams suffered bruises but was otherwise uninjured after a man pushed the pop star from the stage during a concert, said a spokesman for his record label on Thursday. During his concert in Stuttgart Wednesday night, the former Take That star fell just over five feet into the pit below the stage after a young man who was psychologically disturbed, according to police, got onto the stage and pushed him from behind. Williams picked himself up and returned to the stage, said Frank Bender, a spokesman for EMI records.
NEWS
November 17, 2000 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
QUOTE "I feel like a tired old coot. " - Actor John Goodman, to People magazine, on juggling five movie projects and a sitcom Arise, Sir Maurice Micklewhite! Doesn't sound like a Tattle regular, does he? Yet we're talking about the other hardest working man in show business, star of more than 100 films, winner of two Academy Awards - Michael Caine. The actor, 67, was knighted in his London hometown yesterday by Britain's Queen Elizabeth. He chose to be honored using his birth name, not the stage name he adapted so many years ago. "I was named after my father and I was knighted in his name because I love my father," Caine said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 18, 2000 | By Jonathan Storm, INQUIRER TELEVISION CRITIC
Bidding adieu to Bill Cosby and the long-running Chicago Hope, CBS yesterday announced that Bette Midler, Christine Baranski, Craig T. Nelson and Ellen Burstyn will star in new shows this fall. The network will revive The Fugitive, putting Tim Daly in the title role and Mykelti Williamson in the shoes of his pursuer, Lt. Gerard. At the same time, it will kill off Early Edition, Martial Law, and the endearing Now and Again, and that's sure to raise howls from loyal fans. Ladies Man is off the schedule, if anybody cares, or even if they don't.
LIVING
April 22, 2000 | By Thomas J. Brady, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
TV cop Nash Bridges couldn't have done it any better. After two car chases in two nights - and getting his patrol car rammed - Las Vegas Police Sgt. Victor Vigna recovered actor Don Johnson's stolen Mercedes-Benz and caught a suspect. Johnson is in Las Vegas this week shooting footage for Nash Bridges. Vigna first spotted suspect Robert Lee Gibson on Tuesday in another car that was allegedly stolen. After leading Vigna on a chase and ramming his patrol car, Gibson ditched the car and ran away, Lt. Gary Schofield said.
NEWS
March 24, 2000 | by Mister Mann Frisby , Daily News Staff Writer
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe is piping-hot these days. The 21-year-old star of "Nash Bridges" and "She's All That" is so busy that she often forgets what time zone she's in. Recently, after polishing off her first Philly cheesesteak, the young actress spoke with the Daily News about her latest project and her career goals. How was filming your latest film, "Whatever It Takes"? It was good. There were a lot of long hours and it was always really crowded because of the prom scene. It was pretty hot. Just to get out of the heat we would go stand out in the sun, if you can believe that.
NEWS
September 24, 1998 | by Ellen Gray, Daily News Television Critic
Will two of the most enduring franchises in television history - NBC's "must-see" Thursdays and ABC's "TGIF" Fridays - survive another season? Does God make little green couch potatoes? Does Frasier Crane drink coffee? Do the Olsen twins still have the power to cast a spell over millions? "Seinfeld" may have fled and Urkel decamped (first from ABC, then from CBS), but a look at this fall's Thursday and Friday night schedules suggests no one's seriously challenging the status quo this year, even as the networks prepare to launch eight new series on those nights, four of which will premiere tonight or tomorrow.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 2, 1997 | By Jennifer Weiner, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's going to be a thirtysomething family reunion of sorts on ABC Sunday night. First, starting at 7 p.m., there's the Wonderful World of Disney movie Toothless, starring Kirstie Alley - costarring, and directed by, Melanie Mayron, who played artsy chick Melissa Steadman on thirtysome-thing. At 9 p.m., we move into a grittier vein, with Advocate's Devil, a made-for-TV movie starring Ken Olin, who played yuppie whiny-guy Michael Steadman, Melissa's brother, on the same show. The former castmates, who have local connections (Mayron grew up in Blue Bell, Olin went to Penn)
NEWS
August 4, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services, the New York Daily News and New York Post contributed to this report
"Well, it was fun. I was drinking then, of course. " - Kelsey Grammer, remembering his role as Sideshow Bob on "The Simpsons" Some people truly believe that, in the words of the song, the best things in life are free. Oprah Winfrey is apparently not one of those people. The multimillionaire talk-show hostess chats about some of her interests in an interview to be published in the September issue of Vibe magazine. And none of them - except if you count Gloating - comes under the category of Simple Pleasures.
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