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Long before animated sitcoms like “Family Guy,” “Archer” and “Bob’s Burgers” hit the small screen, “The Simpsons” captured the hearts of viewers worldwide with its biting social commentary and lovable bunch of outrageous characters.
It's not really news that Arnold Schwarzenegger is back this year. Everybody else in Hollywood is, too, so why not the former California governor?
When the original Django picked up the phone, he was just winding down from a few games of tennis and was about to wrap presents.
A small fire at the East Valley Jewish Community Center in Chandler risked shutting down the center for months.
Christmas may be over, but Holidays at the Heard are still going strong.
Based on the true story of a family swept away by the deadly 2004 tsunami that pummeled Southeast Asia, "The Impossible" is about as subtle as a wall of water.
This Dec. 2, 2012 photo shows actors Anne Hathaway, left, and Hugh Jackman in New York. Hathaway portrays Fantine and Jackman portrays Jean Valjean in the film adaptation of the Victor Hugo novel, "Les Miserables." The film opens on Christmas Day. (Photo by Victoria Will/Invision/AP)
Sara Goheen, a junior at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, often folds placemats or straw wrappers into interesting shapes while she's waiting at a restaurant for the food to arrive.
NEW CANAAN, Conn. (AP) - The gang's all here: the football fan, the chef, the teacher and the skier. And there's the Nutcracker prince from E.T.A. Hoffmann's classic Christmas story, who inspired them all.
LeAnn Rimes will be at the Mesa Arts Center Sunday, Dec. 9. Get Out chatted with her about her upcoming show, her new album and how the last year has impacted her.
If flirting and dimples won Emmys, "Christmas with Holly" would sweep.
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and on Friday, a wonderful sound will be coming from Casino Arizona at Talking Stick during what promises to be a festive event with maybe some surprises.
Pooh and the gang from the Hundred Acre Wood learn a lesson about caring and sharing in Valley Youth Theatre’s annual Christmas show.
From elaborately decorated trees to drive-through lighting displays to boat parades and train shows, a variety of holiday spectacles are being staged through the end of December and into early January around the country. Here are a few of them.
People hurry across the cobblestone streets, waving to friends, smiling at a neighbor as they pass. A hissing coal fire warms the otherwise bleak lane, hugged by snow-peaked brownstones and a bruised London sky. Big Ben towers on the horizon: ever watchful, ever keeping — the time until the play begins at Gilbert’s Hale Centre Theatre. It’s opening night of “A Christmas Carol” and the stage lights are beginning to dim.
Tyler James Williams was adamant. "I knew I didn't want to be the lead on a TV show," says Williams, 20.
It's a simple matter of math: there are 24 Days of Christmas and there are hundreds of Christmas movies.
British actor Michael Caine stars as Ebenezer Scrooge with Kermit the Frog as Bob Cratchit in the film, 'The Muppet Christmas Carol', Dec. 11, 1992. (AP Photo/Jim Henson Productions)
Everyone gets a photo with Santa Claus this time of year. Why not take one with the Grinch, too?
Get out your hankies. "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" -- canceled earlier this year -- is back for a four-week holiday-themed run.
Even people without coffee tables enjoy coffee table books as gifts, especially if they’re thoughtfully chosen rather than hastily snatched from a store shelf at the last minute.
Continuing the tradition that has lasted more than three decades, the Mesa Arizona Temple Gardens will again host the spectacular Christmas lights display that is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the state.
December will soon be descending upon us. For a lot of people this month will entail building snowmen, sledding down hills of snow, making snow angles and getting tongues stuck to icy poles. Of course those stuck in Ahwatukee won’t be able to appreciate any of these traditional winter activities. But who needs snow when you can spend your Christmas break in a cozy movie theater. Here are several films to look out for this holiday season.
For documentarian Ken Burns, the Dust Bowl should be more than just a tragic piece of American history.