all in the family
Beverly La Salle broke cultural barriers when she first appeared on the CBS sitcom in 1975 but also reinforced a TV trope, writer Matt Baume finds.
A 44-year-old episode of the CBS sitcom featured Beverly La Salle, an empowered drag character, writer Matt Baume notes in his "Culture Cruise" series.
"All In The Family" episode is eerily similar to the president's call to arm teachers.
(photo © Ronan Killeen) Most of us will never have the opportunity to sit down and watch our life story being told. When
He also shared a refreshing take on what it "feels" like to be in his 90s.
When you listen to Norman Lear speak, it's like a masterclass in humanity. He is confident, compassionate and remarkably sensitive to those voices that have the most difficulty being heard.
The creator of "All in the Family" explains.
Get ready New York City - Ron and Laura Grawsill of Bakersfield, California are going to be taking over for the next week.
"The problems are still there to be talked about."