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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • The Crowd: Shop until you drop for cancer research

    The Crowd: Shop until you drop for cancer research
    There are those who can turn a negative into a positive and those who can turn a negative into positive cash flow. The second Divorcée Sale, also billed as "A Charity Shopping Event at Pelican Hill Resort," unfolds July 22 through 24. If you think you've...
  • Steinberg: Riding the soccer craze

    No sooner had I written a column for last week's Daily Pilot analyzing why soccer is the first sport that every youngster in this country plays yet it doesn't translate toward a high level of interest in pro soccer, then the U.S. women's team goes out and...
  • Mesa Musings: Women's World Cup calls like a siren

    Mesa Musings: Women's World Cup calls like a siren
    They broke my heart. I'm referring to0020America's women's soccer team, which turned in an inspirational performance over the past month in FIFA's Women's World Cup 2011 in Germany, but came up short in Sunday's final. Underdog Japan — an...
  • Community Commentary: 'We just won' by stopping fairgrounds sale

    With the Orange County Fair now in full swing and the opening weekend drawing the largest first weekend attendance in fair history, it is hard to imagine that California's Department of General Services (DGS) actually was instructed by former Gov....
  • On Faith: Society could take some cues from tennis court

    For many years I've been playing tennis at Orange Coast College and learning important life lessons: •The players are a diverse group — a wide range of ages and ethnicities, both genders, many walks of life. •The sportsmanship and...
  • Classically Trained: PSYO's Bulgaria tour to air in documentary

    There was symbolism in their T-shirts. Not long after the orange-clad kids from Orange County's top-notch youth orchestra exited the plane in Bulgaria, their conductor was met by an entourage. Maxim Eshkenazy had arrived in his home country, this time...
  • Mesa Musings: No business like OCC's show business

    On a sweltering East Coast evening last week I took in a community production of Meredith Wilson's classic 1957 Broadway musical, "Music Man." The performance was a delight, and brought back many wonderful memories. I first saw the show in the summer of...
  • Wild Goose roosts on historic registry

    Wild Goose roosts on historic registry
    NEWPORT BEACH — John Wayne's beloved yacht, the Wild Goose, is now among some 200 boats listed on the National Register of Historic Places. "The Duke" would have been proud. "While our focus has, and perhaps always will be, predominantly on...
  • Reel Critics: Maids with honor are focus in 'The Help'

    Nearly 100 years after Lincoln freed the slaves, proper Southern ladies entrusted the raising of their children to women of color, but wouldn't let them use their toilets. This is the story of "The Help," the highly watchable movie of the bestselling...
  • Expansion is sweet for Casey's Cupcakes

    Expansion is sweet for Casey's Cupcakes
    "Cupcake Wars" winner and Laguna Beach shop owner Casey Reinhardt plans to expand her Casey's Cupcakes shops to Newport Beach and Irvine before the end of the year. Reinhardt has locations on Ocean Avenue in Laguna Beach and at the historic Mission Inn...
  • Mailbag: Don't leave elections up to Madison Avenue

    In his initial years as president, Barack Obama was quick to blame all of our failures on George Bush. But after three years in office, he takes none of the credit/blame for our financial woes, high unemployment, low wages and our involvement —...
  • Briefs: Vobora joining Seattle

    David Vobora was born in the Pacific Northwest and he played high school and college football in the region. Therefore, the former Mr. Irrelevant is not irrelevant in the Pacific Northwest. Vobora will now get to return home to play for the NFL team...