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The Chairman, The Poet, and the Dancer

West 52nd Street between Broadway and 8th Ave. is today one of those anonymous New York City blocks that seems, at first glance, to offer very little other than the entrances to the Neil Simon and August Wilson theaters that dominate the street. 2,631 more words

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10 Reasons to Remember: The Eighties

Is it too soon to look back at the Eighties? I don’t think so. It was an interesting time, a period of ups and downs and ins and outs through thick and thin. 831 more words

Tip Sheet

Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye


Johnny Carson was always quick on his feet, but he was at his best when he had someone like Charles Grodin with which to duel. 26 more words


Watching Johnny Carson/Tonight Show on Antenna Television

It truly is a great experience to again watch the one and only Johnny Carson at almost the same time as the “days of yore” as one hour shows are being aired each night at 11 P.M. 162 more words

‘Here’s Johnny!’: Jeff Sotzing, President of Carson Entertainment and Johnny Carson's Nephew on the ’King of Late Night’

President of Carson Entertainment and Johnny Carson’s nephew Jeff Sotzing joins Dave Plier to talk about producing the original ‘Tonight Show’, behind the scenes, the salt mines where the Carson archives are preserved and new exhibit “Here’s Johnny’ at Chicago’s broadcast museum. 31 more words

WGN Radio

The Lighter Side of Divorce

We all need a few laughs once in while, so today’s post is intended to focus on the lighter side of divorce, which, believe me, does not exist when you are in the middle of it. 288 more words

Family Law