Ever since I got my advance copy of Susan Silver's new book Hot Pants in Hollywood: Sex, Secrets & Sitcoms, I have spent every spare moment reading it. Talk about a page turner! At her book party last Wednesday, hosted in the Garden Room at Michael's by Silver's "closest platonic male friend" John Demsey, she...
Illustrious Hollywood actor Ed Asner, known for classics like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and it’s spin-off Lou Grant, has been tapped for the title role in the upcoming family film The Santa Files. From writer-director Tom Denucci, the pic is about a group of outcast kids who go on a holiday adventure hunt to find Santa Claus. Show More Summary
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. Change of Habit was Elvis Presley's 31st and final film. Although Elvis was to appear later in two documentaries-...Show More Summary
The 2017 Oscars paid tribute to over 200 artists lost in the past year with a heartfelt tribute from Sara Bareilles. The "In Memoriam" portion of the show honored film greats such as Gene Wilder, Gary Marshall, Mary Tyler Moore, Prince, John Hurt, Nancy Reagan, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.
My World Of Flops is Nathan Rabin’s survey of books, television shows, musical releases, or other forms of entertainment that were financial flops, critical failures, or lack a substantial cult following. When Mary Tyler Moore died recently at 80, she was mourned and eulogized as one of television’s biggest winners. Show More Summary
What primetime pioneers Mary Tyler Moore and Lena Dunham teach us about culture-making and Christian influence. Female television fans are saying some hard goodbyes this month. Two weeks ago television icon Mary Tyler Moore passed away at age 80. Show More Summary
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Basically, the MTM Show was about - and a harbinger of - gentrification.
Recommended Reading: A chapter of Janice Shapiro’s new graphic memoir Crushable, on the subject of the late Mary Tyler Moore. The post We’re Gonna Make It appeared first on The Millions.
Yep, still winter. But nothing warms like a TaxProf Weekly Tax Highlight And Roundup: Mary Tyler Moore And The IRS! With all of […]
This week, Joe Kristan (CPA & Shareholder, Roth & Company (Des Moines, Iowa); Editor, Tax Update Blog) reminisces about a 1970 episode of The Mary Tyler Moor Show involving an IRS audit. The bewitching glamor of the 1970s IRS. The Mary Tyler Moore Show was a Saturday night childhood staple...
IT’S EASY to watch the NBC comedy “Powerless,” which premiered Thursday, and be reminded in one respect of Mary Tyler Moore. I genuinely hope that going forward, the writers behind “Powerless” — in order to improve their promising series — will remember her, too. That’s because in the days after Moore died last month, one […]
The bewitching glamor of the 1970s IRS. The Mary Tyler Moore show was a Saturday night childhood staple in the days […]
Mary Tyler Moore's husband would give anything just to see her smile one more time.
The sculpture, unveiled in 2002, became a downtown Minneapolis landmark.
Mary Tyler Moore‘s husband, Dr. S. Robert Levine, has broken his silence on the death of his wife of over 33 years. “I can’t believe she is gone. Mary was my life, my light, my love. The emptiness I feel without her with me is without bottom. She was a force of nature who fiercely [...]
Mary Tyler Moore's death is a reminder of how influential the show was during its time for women in the workplace.
Mary Tyler Moore's husband, Dr. S. Robert Levine, broke his silence in a heartbreaking statement to People magazine for its upcoming tribute to the late acting legend. Levine, who was Moore's third husband, married the former star of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in 1983, one year after treating her mother for bronchitis. Show More Summary
Last week, we lost a cultural icon, and there have been numerous tributes, but few highlight what Mary...
KATHY SHAIDLE ON MARY TYLER MOORE AND HER EPONYMOUS SHOW: I Hate Spunk.