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With the Chicago White Sox in New York to play the Yankees this week, José Quintana made an appearance on The Tonight Show. He credits regularly watching the show with helping him learn English, and took the opportunity to pay back host Jimmy Fallon by helping him learn some Spanish.
“Being a Jewish bladesmith—that’s what really defines me. I’m going to crush the competition with my Hebrew hammer.” So says Adlai, a 50-year-old lawyer, who has quit his job to forge swords full time. Adlai is a contestant on the History Channel’s show Forged in Fire, in which bladesmiths compete under pressure to create ferociously edged weapons. Metal pounds metal and flames billow around the in-studio forge. Everything seems to glow red and radiate violence and masculinity. Adlai almost...
Ever since Howdy Doody ushered in children's television nearly 70 years ago, each new generation of viewers has been treated to a growing bounty of programs on a mushrooming selection of gadgetry.
Cable news will shape what he does today, which will shape what airs tonight, which …
I’m canceling my Netflix subscription. Although its collection of new wave noir is good, it is not infinite. It has taken a long time, but after many evenings of numbed clicking I must accept that I have run through all of Netflix’s programming that is up my alley. And that’s okay—I don’t have a regular television because most programming is not up my alley.
You have questions. I have some answers. Q: What ever happened to Christopher Meloni on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"? A: The actor has kept busy in the years … Click to Continue