Tinseltown Talks: 50 Years of The Carol Burnett Show

A couple of years ago, visitors to Carol Burnett’s home might have observed the comedy legend glued to the TV set,

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Ruby Tuesday’

“Ruby Tuesday”

The Rolling Stones

February 1967

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Is This Thing On? There’s an App for That

The term application software is often shortened to software when referring to programs added to a computer. The nickname app (short for application) is most commonly used when referring to software added to a smartphone or tablet.

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Art & Antiques by Dr. Lori: Overlooked but Valuable Antiques

Ever wonder what valuable antiques are hiding in your house?

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Tinseltown Talks: ‘Gladys Ormphby’ Settled Down in Texas

Drab, handbag-wielding TV character Gladys Ormphby never met a celebrity she didn’t feel compelled to smack senseless at the slightest provocation.

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Last Train to Clarksville’

“Last Train to Clarksville” The Monkees, December 1966

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Tinseltown Talks: Julie Newmar Still the Cat’s Meow

This summer, Julie Newmar turned 83; but it only seems like yesterday she was prowling across our TV screens as the original Catwoman supervillainess in the ’60s TV series Batman.

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Is This Thing On? How to Navigate Google Maps on Your Smartphone

Whether you want to find your way to your granddaughter’s ballet class or finally drive cross country, it’s time for you to learn to use the free GPS app on your smartphone or tablet.

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Walk Away Renée’

Was there ever a real Renée from “Walk Away Renée,” and was the sad story true about her devastated lover sending her home? Renée did exist, but the rest of the tale? Sadly, it was simply the figment of a forlorn 16-year-old’s imagination.

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