best in show
The actor, who was famous for mastering deadpan comedy, died of natural causes.
The 143rd annual Westminster Dog Show featured the world’s best dogs.
There's a lot of money that goes into winning "Best in Show" at Westminster and other dog shows across the country.
I’d been drinking wine and was happily engaged in the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. More importantly, I had forgotten
C.J. bested more than 2,700 canine contestants over the two-day competition.
This documentary-style, comedy series was conjured up by Christopher Guest and Jim Piddock (as it happens, both history buffs) over a lunch spent discussing Guest's dabbling in the world of genealogy.
The answer, in a word, is: a lot. The question being, how much does Jane Lynch -- the antagonistic cheerleader coach of Glee -- add to the heretofore sleepy revival of Annie at the Palace?
It's been more than a week since Banana Joe, a coiffed and plucked Affenpinscher, won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City. I am not usually a dog show follower, but I had a wet cold last week and spent evenings on the couch with a box of tissues and the remote control.
Sky beat out an Affenpinscher from the Toy Group, an American Foxhound from the Hound Group, a Great Dane from the Working