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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • O.C. beams up William Shatner

    O.C. beams up William Shatner
    When William Shatner opened on Broadway last February, he wasn't nearly as confident as his show's title indicated. The actor's one-man show sported the cheeky moniker, "Shatner's World: We Just Live In It." But a nasty elemental force had invaded...
  • Going bananas for a stand

    Going bananas for a stand
    Krupali Tejura wants a frozen banana stand in Newport Beach. No, not Dad's or Sugar 'N Spice or any of the other venerable spots around town. She wants that banana stand. Earlier this month, media outlets announced that Netflix would promote new...
  • Dachshunds get their time to shine

    Dachshunds get their time to shine
    Talk about underdogs. This year's Newport Beach Film Festival features a slew of marquee names, from rocker Billie Joe Armstrong to "Office" star Steve Carell to Oscar-nominated director Lasse Hallstrom. But when tickets went on sale April 1, the film...
  • Steinberg: A new MLB story

    There is no joy in So Cal. The mighty Angels and Dodgers have struck out. Artie Moreno broke the bank signing slugger Albert Pujols and CJ Wilson in the offseason. He funded a powerful lineup of hitters. But oh the pitching was a disaster. The Dodgers...
  • The Crowd: A Russian night for Beckstrand Cancer Foundation

     The Crowd: A Russian night for Beckstrand Cancer Foundation
    She did it again. Lil Spitzer, executive director of the Beckstrand Cancer Foundation, produced what many called "the party of the year" Oct. 13 in the Hangar at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. Spitzer joined forces with community...
  • The Crowd: For 'Love,' and for plenty of money

    The Crowd: For 'Love,' and for plenty of money
    There was some big-time beefcake at a ladies fashion event last week in Newport Beach. Maksim Chmerkovskiy, the super-handsome male dancer made famous by his 13 seasons wowing American television viewers on the hit ABC show "Dancing with the Stars,"...
  • Commentary: Binge viewing can spoil a good season of TV viewing

    Recently, Netflix made available to the public the complete first season of the new TV series "House of Cards." This meant that a viewer could watch all 13 hours of the show, one after another. And people did. This is known as binge viewing —...
  • The Bell Curve: Looking back to 'fireside chats'

    In the new order of things, Pilot columnists take a hike every fourth week as our contribution to the paper's freelance budget demands. Unfortunately, the news that provides grist for the columnists doesn't always happen on that schedule. Like today....
  • Friday's Calendar

    TODAY Railroad To Alaska Indie rock band Railroad To Alaska performs a free show at La Cave, 1695 Irvine Ave., Costa Mesa. Semi Sweet and The Vaspertines also perform. The 21 and older show starts at 10 p.m. For more information, visit http://www....
  • A gastronomic battle royale (with tomatoes)

    COSTA MESA — As a dramatic soundtrack played, Killybrooke Elementary School students chopped, stirred and cooked healthy gastronomic masterpieces using the secret ingredient — tomatoes — in hopes of beating out the competition. Team...
  • Don't worry, there will be an NFL season

    Whether I am talking to the toll-taker on the 73 toll road, eating at the Cheesecake Factory, working out at 24 Hour Fitness or standing in the lobby of the Regal Theatres, each person approaches me with anxiety and a frown and says "Oh, it's you, will...
  • Arts education takes her to Stanford

    Arts education takes her to Stanford
    SANTA ANA — Movie posters covered the walls of a small room containing a large desk covered in different sized monitors and control boards full of knobs and switches. The room is the control center of "Art Attack," the Orange County High School...