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Carl Reiner, prolific comedy legend who created ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show,’ dead at 98

Reiner occasionally played the egomaniacal Alan Brady, star of the TV show whose writing staff was headed by the show’s main character, Rob Petrie.

Movie review: ‘My Spy’ is formulaic fluff

The “big man, little kid” comedy genre is a time-honored tradition and a seemingly required rite of passage for any professional wrestler making their way into more mainstream Hollywood roles.

'Legendary' heralds loud, proud ball culture

This image released by HBO Max shows Leiomy Maldonado from the series

A new show on HBO Max is the first to bring real-life ballroom battles to the small screen

Tipping Point: Our picks and pans

Food tip Red Hen at the Kate Old Saybrook I am very much looking forward to when the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center reopens its doors for performances, but, until then, I can console myself by sitting on the patio at the Kate and enjoying a meal from the Red...

Tipping Point: Our picks and pans

Book tip Worse Angels Laird Barron Before the author entered the realms of crime fiction with the character Isiah Coleridge (a half-Samoan ex-mob enforcer exiled to the Hudson River Valley where he's carved a career as a private detective), Barron was known for his literary...

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They met on a love boat

He watched with annoyance as the four women boarded his ship. They were bringing with them huge trunks, carpet rolls, furniture and even a piano.

Rick's List - Fun at the Home Office Edition

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