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At the age of 59, Kelsey Grammer learned that he is going to welcome another child into the world. The Cheers star and his wife Kayte are expecting their second child together, according to reports from Us Weekly.
There is much speculation about what will happen when "How I Meet Your Mother" finally ends after nine seasons on March 31. There are tons of theories out there, including that said "Mother" could die. The producers wouldn't break hearts like that
For instance, did you know Cliff Clavin now hosts the Travel Channel show 'Made in America'? Everybody may know their names, but does anybody know where they are now? The regulars of the Boston bar Cheers haven't been drinking together for more than
Even the most celebrated, experienced television writers remember their first time: The first time they saw their credit their name on the small screen. It's like graduation day, the moment when their dreams and hard work finally come to fruition,
If binge-watching the second season of "House of Cards," Netflix 's misanthropic political thriller, isn't your idea of romance, take heart: There are plenty of other shows that celebrate love in its myriad forms available for you to binge-watch this
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With the energy of The Gaslight Anthem and the authenticity of The Pogues, Ed Tang & The Chops have a rawness and spirit that could brighten up the darkest pub on a cold winter night. Their folky roots and do-it-yourself attitude blends perfectly
You can't have Kirstie Alley and Rhea Perlman on the same show without hosting an even bigger Cheers reunion...Cheers star George Wendt everybody, this is where you shout "Norm!" at the top of your lungswill guest star on Kirstie on Wednesday, Feb.
One of them entails Ted Danson , Woody Harrelson and George Wendt out on a boat when some mushrooms came into play. Danson, who now stars on "CSI," told the story during an appearance on "Conan." The trio were playing hooky out on the Pacific Ocean,
Claudia Gardner, Gleaner Writer The youngsters who graced the 2014 Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival's small stage on Thursday's opening night pulled out all the stops to impress their audience. Twenty-seven-year-old Miguel Antonio Stewart proved