(CBS) Thirty-five years ago, before there were cell phones, before instant messaging, before Twitter and Facebook, there was Citzen's Band radio. Imagine, your messages being broadcast over a two-way radio channel that anyone within the short-distance frequency area could pick up on and listen to for their own amusement.
That's the basis for the aptly named film "Citzen's Band," directed by Jonathan Demme, which played along with "Melvin and Howard" as part of a double feature at the The Film Society at Lincoln Center's "50 Years of the New York Film Festival" series at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center on Wednesday, along with another Demme classic, "Melvin and Howard." Actor Paul Le Mat, who starred in both films, also attended the screenings.Continue »
Jackson had already died when Dr. Conrad Murray called for help, prosecutor David Walgren said in the Los Angeles courtroom.Continue »
A Pennsylvania woman who claims Donald Duck groped her at Disney's Epcot theme park can have her day in court, a federal judge has ruled.
April Magolon, 27, claims that the character grabbed her breast as she held her child at the Walt Disney World park. Then the wacky duck had the gall to joke about it, she says.Continue »
In the February issue of "Good Housekeeping," the star discussed her charmed professional life, but also got more personal about her marriage and experience with postpartum depression.Continue »
(CBS) Singer Justin Timberlake's manager has corrected numerous media reports attributing the leaked single "Take You "Down " to Timberlake.
Sonia Muckle, Justin Timberlake's manager, told CBS News that multiple media reports, referred to in a Celebrity Circuit blog post, are untrue and that Justin's representatives "were not initially contacted to fact check the validity of these reports or if the song was, in fact, his." .Continue »
(CBS) Suffering from Snooki withdrawal since the finale of "Jersey Shore"?
Do not fear. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, the tiny brunette with the big hair, can cure you tomorrow:
"A Shore Thing," her novel with a plot that mimics her escapades on the MTV hit show, arrives on store shelves Jan. 4.Continue »
(CBS/AP) And you thought they couldn't be any more perfect.
Hollywood's most beautiful and altruistic couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, are donating $2 million to an African wildlife sanctuary where they spent Christmas with their six children.
(CBS) Not important enough to attend the royal wedding? No problem.
The much anticipated marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be coming to you live in 3D, offering a better seat than that of many of the attendees.
British Sky Broadcasting Group (BSkyB), a UK-based satellite broadcasting company, is considering carrying the event in the new format, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Doing so would most likely boost sales of 3D televisions, just as Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation drove many to buy TV sets in the early 1950s.Continue »
(CBS) Bells are in the air for "Bachelorette" Ali Fedotosky and Roberto Martinez.
The pair is now making plans for a 2011 wedding after almost tying the knot in Vegas this month after watching fellow "Bachelor" couple Jason and Molly Mesnick renew their vows during the city's Rock and Roll Half Marathon.
The theme will be "very light and airy," Fedotosky told Us Magazine.
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