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Satire Is Dead: Archie Bunker Predicted Trump's Gun Plan Back In 1972
"All In The Family" episode is eerily similar to the president's call to arm teachers.
Television Legend Norman Lear Goes In Front of The Camera in New Documentary
Nancy Berk, Ph.D.
Clinical psychologist, comic and author
While Lear has always been game to tell other people's stories, it was only recently that he gave the nod to tell his own
Norman Lear Says There's One Big Secret To His Longevity
By Lisa Capretto, OWN
He also shared a refreshing take on what it "feels" like to be in his 90s.
Not The Norm: Norman Lear Gives A SH*T
Songwriter, pianist and record producer
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.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Racial Injustice: Is This Just The Way It Is?
Author, Writing Coach, Spirit Junkie, Single Mom
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Finally: We Now Understand Why Edith Loved Archie
The creator of "All in the Family" explains.
Ron and Laura Take Back America Rocks NYC
Get ready New York City - Ron and Laura Grawsill of Bakersfield, California are going to be taking over for the next week.
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Legendary Producer Norman Lear Says TV Is Still A Place To Talk About Race
By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr., AP
"The problems are still there to be talked about."
21 Catchphrases That Defined Our Favorite Classic TV Shows
Celebrity/Entertainment Journalist, www.twitter.com/@pat_galla...
The 67th Emmy Awards will come and go, and the winners will, no doubt, celebrate. It just reminds us every year that the shows we watch on a regular basis (or not), will get the recognition they deserve. Let's take a moment to shout out to an unrecognized category -- best catchphrases.
Bob Newhart on that "Seventies" Show -- "What a Wonderful Time It Was"
In the 1970s, Bob Newhart found himself literally in the middle of a revolution. He did not look the type. In his "button-down" appearance and deadpan delivery and demeanor, he resembled what he was before he embarked on his standup comedy career; an accountant.
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Norman Lear: Climbing the Magic Hill
Media, Presentation and Speech trainer, speech writer and foun...
In spite of a horrendous childhood, Lear developed the necessary elements for success. Yes, he's a talented writer, producer and executive. He is also a master salesman. As a mid-level development executive in his Embassy Productions, I witnessed the executive Lear in action.
2015 Welcomes Generation X!
Principal, Mind Acrobatics™ Coaching, & President, Marketing N...
As the last of the baby boomers turn 50, the first of your cohort now share that privilege. The only bad news -- the oldest of you will soon lose the coveted distinction of being advertiser's target market!
The 2014 Emmys: An Okay Show, But Was It Really Appropriate to Single Out Robin Williams?
Professional screenwriter, actor, former U.S. Senate aide and ...
I think the producers sometimes succumb to the emotion of the moment and don't stop to think that in honoring one in the manner they did for Williams it does a huge disservice to those who are shown for a second or so with an 8x10 glossy.
'All in the Family': The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same
CEO, president and co-founder of Advisory Link
All in the Family
, a sitcom that dealt with contemporary cultural issues like no other show had dared, focused on everyday concerns and their effect on an average middle-class family. In 2014, not much has changed.
#AOLBUILD Hosts Director Extraordinaire Rob Reiner
AOL's speaker series, BUILD, is about sharing perspective, opi...
Gino DePinto, AOL BUILD "If you are a creative person, you try to create things that are an extension of yourself" - professed
CULTURE & ARTS
All in the Family
According to the Times the exchange caused ripples in at least one part of the tech universe. Dickinson lost both his job
Why The Debate Over 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Might Feel Familiar
(Not lost on this comparison is the presence of Rob Reiner in both projects. Reiner played Bunker's liberal son-in-law, Michael
Popcorn Preview: The Wolf of Wall Street
"The world of investing can be a jungle," says Jordan Belfort. In this jungle, Jordan is king... drugs, hookers, gambling
Rob Reiner On Being A Loud Voice Of Reason in 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'
I remember being very upset at as a little child when my mother told me you left "All in the Family" to direct. I didn't
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
and Beyond: Conversations with Norman Lear & Mary Kay Place
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
"In television terms, one Betty White covers the entire demographic of seventy to a hundred and three. I think funny is funny and interesting is interesting."
TV & FILM
Emmy Flub: Larry Hagman (of All People!) Excluded From Special Memorial Tributes
Editor and Television Critic, MediaVillage.com
Let's remember that
, the drama that made Hagman a household name, ran on CBS from 1978-1990, and was for many of those years the highest-rated series on television. Even when it began losing steam it remained in the coveted top ten.
TV & FILM
Is the Worst New Show of the Year
Watch the new sitcom
, but not because it's good, far from it, but because it's an example of being incredibly offensive without being clever. You know when a white guy tells racist jokes in front of an audience of black people?
How Far We Haven't Come: Echoes of Nixon in Councilwoman's Anti-Gay Rant
Michael B. Keegan
President, People For the American Way
Which of these things were said by President Richard Nixon on a secret recording sometime four decades ago? And which were said by a current, rising San Antonio city councilwoman on a secret recording just a few months ago? The fact that it's hard to tell tells you all you need to know.
Richard Nixon's Anti-Gay Rant: Former President Slams TV Series, Roman Rulers In 1970s Audio
"The point that I make is that...I do not think that you glorify, on public television, homosexuality," Nixon proclaims. And
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