Daily Archives: September 27, 2011

Elisa’betta’ Pack Her Dancing Shoes

Models don’t last long on “Dancing with the Stars” – even if they are the most improved dancer of the week, and only two points below the top judges’ score. That was the case for Elisabetta Canalis Tuesday. She and her partner were the second to be eliminated from the show, despite an average judges’ […]

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More Women Among Rock Hall Nominees

Women rockers are prominent among the nominees for the class of 2012 in the Rock and Roll hall of Fame released Tuesday. First time nominees Joan Jett, right, and the Blackhearts, the band Heart and Rufus featuring Chaka Khan are among a group of nominees that include such repeat nominees as Donna Summer and Laura […]

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‘Terra Nova’ No Blockbuster in Ratings

For all its hype and build-up Fox’s costly two hour “Terra Nova” premiere Monday only drew 9 million viewers. Not terra-ble (sorry) but certainly not was expected for what was planned to be a surefire blockbuster. It fell against the CBS comedy lineup, led by the retooled “Two and Half Men” which was down by […]

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Christie Cuts ‘Jersey Shore’ Funds

On a day when his name was being bandied about as a someone to save the Republican Presidential race, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was in the news Monday for something else: vetoing a $420,000 tax credit the state awarded to produce to the first season of “Jersey Shore.” “I have no interest in policing […]

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On Tonight: The Ballad of Steve Bartman

We’re nearing the high emotion of baseball’s postseason, where World Series dreams are so close. So when things go wrong, fans can be unforgiving. That’s how Cubs fan were when a fan seemed to interfere with a fly ball, allowing the Mariners to win game six of a pennant race from the long-suffering Chicago Cubs. […]

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A Scary Turn on ‘Dancing’

On a night when most dancers improved a little bit, Chaz Bono got another 17 for his quickstep, which was the low score for a week on “Dancing with the Stars.” Not far ahead of him was Carson Kressley, who improved by one from last week’s score to 18 and David Arquette, who just stayed […]

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