Dick Clark or as Biography.com refers to him, America’s oldest teenager, played a very important role in popular music and television entertainment for more than 50 years. 324 more words
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Harry Livingston is the furthest thing from a superhero. He has no idea how to diffuse a bomb, is not the person to call when a hostage crisis needs to be negotiated, nor is he any good at untying knots; so apologies to all of you damsels in distress tied to railroad tracks right now. 614 more words
EW has confirmed that the one time popular game show $100,000 Pyramid is coming to prime time on ABC this summer.
The new version of the word-association game show which pits a celebrity and an average citizen team up against another celebrity and another average citizen will be hosted by New York Giants Hall of Famer and Live! 73 more words
“Auld Lang Syne” is a Scots poem written by Robert Burns in 1788 and set to the tune of a traditional folk song. It is well known in many countries, especially in the English-speaking world; its traditional use being to celebrate the start of the New Year at the stroke of midnight. 922 more words
Who needs plans when you’ve already got appointment viewing locked up for New Year’s Eve? Non-shut-ins probably, but a long-running TV institution has done a bang-up job of telling viewers that the most “rockin'” place to be at midnight on December 31st is glued to their local ABC affiliate. 185 more words