The host of “Truth or Consequences” and “The Price Is Right” didn’t invent the game show, but he was surely the genre’s king, a small-screen mainstay for half a century.
Shannon Robinson divides her time between New York City and Connecticut. She is at work on a novel.
Released in 1971, the late William Friedkin’s Oscar-winning masterpiece has lost none of its power to make us squirm.
Whether he went solo or shared a spotlight with singers half his age, the indefatigable and self-effacing singer always put the song first.
Godspeed, Livvy, the object of our hopeless devotion.
For years, her husband, who couldn’t draw a thing, claimed credit for the best-selling kitschy paintings Margaret Keane created.
Generations of radio and television fans came to think of Betty White as just another member of the family who happened to pop up on radio dramas, quiz shows, and sitcoms.
The “Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Up” actor has died at the age of 91.
He did it all: writing, publishing, and bookselling, and he made it look like fun. He wasn’t just the ringmaster—he was the whole circus.
He had been hospitalized with coronavirus.
The impudent Canadian who spent three decades in our living rooms became a nightly beacon of resilience as America poured out its love for him in his public cancer fight.