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Nanette Fabray, star of stage, screen and TV, dies at 97
Nanette Fabray, the vivacious, award-winning star of Broadway musicals, films and TV shows, has died at age 97
Award-winning actress Nanette Fabray has died at 97
Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Nanette Fabray has died, her son has confirmed. She was 97. Fabray, who was the aunt of actress Shelley Fabares, died in her home in Palos Verdes, California, on Thursday from natural causes. Her family was with her when she died. Born Ruby Nanette Bernadette Theresa
Costume designers celebrate top work at 20th awards show
The president of the Costume Designers Guild says there's so much to the art form, it can't be contained in one award
How 'Roseanne' broke many of the sitcom rules: Part 3
Both Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke played the role of Becky Conner, one of the Roseanne and Dan Conner's daughters.
Oscar funnyman to show: play up envelope mess, not harassers
Comedy writer Bruce Vilanch has made nearly two-dozen Oscar ceremonies funny and memorable, and he's got some advice for this year's show
If you're single on Valentine's Day, here's what to binge watch on YouTube
So what you're single on Valentine's Day. There's plenty to watch to keep you entertained on the annual holiday dedicated to romance. YouTube , specifically, has become not just a video-sharing platform to share silly cat videos, but quality programming that's perfect to binge-watch. From
Linda Perry is beyond proud of wife Sara Gilbert for bringing back 'Roseanne'
Music icon Linda Perry could not be any prouder of her wife, Sara Gilbert . While Perry boasts a Hall-of-Fame career in music spanning more than three decades, she says Gilbert has also forged her own path, which includes the highly-anticipated reboot of ABC's "Roseanne." "That girl's a great
Are women finally cracking the celluloid ceiling?
There's no doubt, 2017 was an extraordinary year for women in Hollywood. The three biggest films of the year -- " Star Wars : The Last Jedi," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Wonder Woman" -- each featured female actors in the lead roles. Women-led films and TV shows also dominated at the most recent
Candice Bergen returning to TV with 'Murphy Brown' reboot
Everything old really is new again. CBS announced Wednesday "Murphy Brown" will return to television in the 2018-2019 broadcast season, and Candice Bergen will reprise her Emmy-winning role as the eponymous star. The network ordered 13 episodes of the groundbreaking show, which won 18 Emmy Awards
Julius Tennon discusses his new limited series, 'Two Sides,' with Eric Garner's mother
Eric Garner's mother opens up about the death of her son and recent death of her granddaughter.