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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Music Review: Aquabats have kid-friendly show at Great Park

    Music Review: Aquabats have kid-friendly show at Great Park
    Kids stayed up a little past their bedtimes this week as they watched the Aquabats perform fun ditties at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine. The Huntington Beach ska group played for free Thursday as part of the park's Summer's End Weekend at the...
  • Steinberg: NFL is national pastime

    When I was a child growing up in the 1950s, Major League Baseball was the national pastime. Baseball dominated media sports coverage. But that is no longer the case. The extraordinary shift is confirmed by the television Nielsen ratings for Sept. 3-9....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Bluth banana stand to bow on Balboa Island

    Bluth banana stand to bow on Balboa Island
    If area "Arrested Development" fans happen to see Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand during the Balboa Island Parade this weekend, they should know it's not an illusion, Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry wrote in an email Thursday night. After some...
  • 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...
  • 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 —...
  • Community & Clubs: Helping clean up the bay

    Community & Clubs: Helping clean up the bay
    Dozens of members of the Rotary Clubs of Newport Balboa, Newport Beach Sunrise and Costa Mesa teamed up with Newport Beach firefighters Saturday to serve hamburgers, cheeseburgers, veggie burgers, chips and soft drinks to nearly 800 volunteers who...
  • The Crowd: Major support for foster youth

    The Crowd: Major support for foster youth
    In the course of a year I cover and share news on the work of hundreds of nonprofits in the community. I offer no criticism of any, even those that are blatantly social and somewhat superficial in terms of the connection between those that have the...
  • Check It Out: Books highlight tales of Dark Knight

    Celebrating the Life of Gotham's Caped CrusaderBy Allen KesingerSince his creation by Bob Kane, Batman has since become a cultural icon. From comics and television to movies and video games, you'd be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't know about the...
  • Former Sailors duel again

    Former Sailors duel again
    On Father's Day, Newport Harbor High volleyball coach Dan Glenn didn't watch two of his girls play in the sand. While Glenn's former star players, April Ross and Misty May-Treanor, spent their Sunday on opposite sides of the net in Virginia Beach, Va.,...
  • The stage gets funny again at Estancia High

    The stage gets funny again at Estancia High
    COSTA MESA — Nicolas Juarez used his cell phone for light as he moved around the darkened theater. Meanwhile, members of his cast and crew scuttled backstage as they quieted themselves for the start of the dress rehearsal. Juarez took his place in...