See the update at the end of page 3 about a local blogger's pictorial tribute to Annette and funnymen busting out tweets.ORIGINAL POST, APRIL 8, 1:51 P.M.: Annette Funicello today "died peacefully from complications due to multiple sclerosis, a disease she battled for over 25 years," according to a ... More >>
UPDATE APR. 18 8:45 P.M.: Host and TV producer Dick Clark died Wednesday of a heart attack at the age 82. He was best known for his role in turning the American Bandstand television program from a local to national phenomenon during its continuous thirty-year run on ABC from 1957-1987. Nicknamed ... More >>
Dick Clark's American Bandstand television program is iconic, but was it really an early promoter of racial integration? The question is one extensively delved into by Scripps College American Studies Professor Matt Delmont in his new book The Nicest Kids in Town: American Bandstand, Rock 'n' Rol ... More >>
Segerstrom Center for the Arts
Expanded for the Web! Newport Beach Film Fest honors the icon. Its about time
Peralta Swaps Boards For Riding Giants
Buster Keaton as the poster boy for the new millennium
Pudgy, once-cute teen idols invade Cerritos!
What the hell are you listening to?
And Kiss are still suckin