By Danny Spiegel,
It was 1992 and they would be the first team of NBA stars to represent the United States in the Olympics. They would secure an 8-0 record on their way to the coveted gold medal, demolishing their opponents by an average of nearly 44 points. They were the original Dream Team.
By William Keck,
Pass the ribs, kick up your heels and get ready to hoof it till the cows come home. As far back as the '70s, the annual Ewing barbecue has been the hottest ticket in Texas, and this year TV Guide Magazine scored an exclusive invite.
By William Keck,
I have a little confession to make. Growing up an only child in upstate New York, I often envied the busy, full house of TV's The Waltons, an Emmy-winning, Depression-era drama that ran on CBS from 1971-1981 and spawned several reunion movies, the last airing in 1997.There
By TV Guide News,
Dancing for the Mirrorball trophy proved rewarding for more than just the winners of Dancing with the Stars.Kristie Alley, Joey Fatone and Chaz Bono all lost weight when they put on their dancing shoes for the ABC reality competition show.
By Rob Moynihan,
American Idol's 11th season came to a close Wednesday night with 21-year-old Georgia native Phillip Phillips beating 16-year-old songstress Jessica Sanchez. After the music faded and the confetti settled, Phillips made his way backstage to address reporters about his big
By Deborah Starr Seibel,
William Levy's 6-year-old son, Christopher, was inconsolable. The minute Dancing With the Stars ended, Levy made his way through the throng of dancers, stars and judges congratulating the new champ, football star Donald Driver, to get to his son.
By Stephen Battaglio,
Twenty years ago, the hottest genre in network television wasn't sitcoms, dramas or reality shows -- it was newsmagazines. CBS's 60 Minutes was the number-one show. ABC had Barbara Walters and Hugh Downs scoring big ratings on 20/20 and signed Diane Sawyer for