If you watched last Thursday’s episode of “Parks and Recreation,” you saw the release of Leslie Knope’s complete guide to Pawnee called “Pawnee: The Greatest Town in America.”
We wanted to chat with Knope herself about this extensive text on Pawnee's history and the sites to see, but she wasn't available. So, we went with "Parks and Rec" co-creator Michael Schur.
Schur explained that writing a book about Pawnee "seemed like a natural fit," since they have "a lot of back-stories for different aspects of the town that we don’t have time to put in the episodes."
"Dancing With the Stars" competitor Chaz Bono and "Jersey Shore's" Vinny Guadagnino are using their star power for a good cause.
Both appear in the anti-bullying campaign Amplify Your Voice, which launched yesterday.
GLAAD partnered with the American Federation of Teachers to produce the message, designed to fight anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) bullying and encourage acceptance.
There's no doubt that the MVP for Wednesday night's episode of "Modern Family" is Gloria. After all, she helped bring "more wow" to Jay's presentation to a hotshot client ("Freaks and Geeks'" Samm Levine, great as ever).
She also helped out Claire, who was on the fence about running for city council against (so glad to see more of him too!) David Cross' character Duane Bailey.
Phil also had some words of encouragement for his wife: "If you wanna fly I'm not gonna hold your feet to the ground, I'm gonna be the one to push you off the cliff."
“The Oprah Winfrey Show” may be off the air, but Gayle King says O Magazine is still “live and in color.”
In its 11th year, O contributors will head to Atlanta, Georgia, for the magazine’s sixth annual conference dedicated to “living your best life.”
O You! will draw about 5,000 people to the Georgia World Congress Center on October 15 - as well as experts like Suze Orman, Dr. Oz, and Nate Berkus, plus Oprah Winfrey herself.
It's not called “Schweddy Balls,” but Alec Baldwin is making a play for radio. According to the New York Times, the “30 Rock” star will host an interview show with New York public radio.
Station WNYC announced Thursday that Alec’s show "Here's the Thing" will be available via podcast starting October 24. His first interview will be with Michael Douglas.
On future shows, Baldwin will speak with Republican campaign strategist Ed Rollins, Kris Jenner, Chris Rock, Kathleen Turner, author Erica Jong and veteran talk-show host Dick Cavett.
Celebrities keep dropping by as the Occupy Wall Street protests continue, and Victoria Jackson is the latest to check out what's going on at the NYC protest.
Camera in hand, the former "SNL" star said in the video below that she was visiting Occupy Wall Street "to ask the protesters what they're protesting. I think they're against capitalism and I think capitalism is a great thing. That's how our country got to be the best in the world."
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