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  • Business Pundit created a great infographic displaying some of t interesting numerological trivia behind the biggest award show in show-business: The Academy Awards.

    The Numbers Behind The Academy Awards | /Film

  • It's one of the more original ideas in a festival that prides itself on a roster of music-themed films, mostly conventional pieces on show-business legends Ozzy Osbourne, Carol Channing, Miriam Makeba, Elton John and Leon Russell.

    A Rhythm in Its Ear and a Song in Its Heart

  • But Preston Lauterbach shows that the Chitlin' Circuit was a fertile show-business proving ground.

    The Best Nonfiction of 2011

  • After serving in the Army, he worked for his father's office-cleaning business in New York while trying to gain a show-business foothold by performing for free in nightclubs under his stage name, David Frye.

    David Frye, mimic who used Nixon as object of satire, dies at 76

  • After Nixon resigned in 1974, Mr. Frye had a final flurry of popularity before receding into show-business obscurity.

    David Frye, mimic who used Nixon as object of satire, dies at 76

  • Though not without flaw, Mr. Baitz's latest play, a group portrait of a Reaganesque show-business family whose members are keeping secrets from one another, is for the most part both soundly made and emotionally persuasive, and Stockard Channing, Rachel Griffiths, Stacy Keach, Judith Light and Thomas Sadoski are as good a cast as anyone could hope for.

    The Not-So-Small World of Brian Friel

  • Does this sound familiar: “Where does some old show-business spoiled brat get off blabbing her opinions about politics and economics and religion and the way the world should work?”

    Roseanne Archy

  • It's a show-business myth that everybody has practiced an Oscar speech in the bathroom mirror.

    The Statues Dreams Are Made Of

  • Does this sound familiar: “Where does some old show-business spoiled brat get off blabbing her opinions about politics and economics and religion and the way the world should work?”

    Roseanne Archy

  • Not many people realize that Callas began his show-business career as a big-band drummer in the 1940s, as he shows in this amazing clip from what appears to be the 1980s.

    Comedian Charlie Callas dies

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