Bills Mafia gets ready for Monday Night Football, saying cold weather won't stop them
Dozens of Bills’ fans from all over began gathering in an Abbott Road camper lot on Sunday evening ahead of Monday night’s big game against the New England Patriots. And they all said camping in the lot has given them lasting memories.news.yahoo.com
We still love Lucy
The sitcom "I Love Lucy," starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, was a ratings powerhouse in the 1950s, and a perpetual hit in reruns ever since. To mark the series' 70th anniversary, correspondent Jim Axelrod looks back at the making of a TV classic. He talks with granddaughter Kate Luckinbill, head of creative direction at the production company Desilu; visits the Lucy-Desi Museum and the National Comedy Center, both in Ball's hometown of Jamestown, N.Y.; and sits down with Darin Strauss, author of "The Queen of Tuesday," a novel inspired by Ball.news.yahoo.com
Aaron Sorkin recalls how Lucille Ball's daughter gave him permission to 'take the gloves off' in his biopic because she knew her mom 'wasn't an easy woman'
The "Being the Ricardos" director told THR that Lucie Arnaz gave him the go-ahead over lunch to "go for it" in telling Lucille Ball's story.news.yahoo.com
Nicole Kidman photos as Lucille Ball spark social media casting debate
The 53-year-old actress was photographed on the Los Angeles set alongside her co-star Javier Bardem, who portrays Desi Arnaz and many fans took to social media to share their displeasure with Kidman’s casting as the “I Love Lucy” star.foxnews.com
Famed architect Paul Williams' archive goes to Getty, USC
Paul Williams was a trailblazing architect whose long career helped shape Los Angeles and Southern California. The Los Angeles County Courthouse, Los Angeles International Airport and First African Methodist Church were among the projects he led or worked on. He was the first African American member of the American Institute of Architects, its first African American Fellow and the first African American recipient of the institute's Gold Medal, its highest honor. Born in Los Angeles in 1894, Williams was orphaned following the death of his father at age 2 and his mother at age 4. The archives will be a central feature of the USC Center for Architecture + City Design and the African American Art History Initiative at Getty.
11 Latinx Actors Who Made History in Film and Television
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, check out some of the Latinx stars who made history in film and television. His first film, 1948s Joan of Arc, earned Ferrer an Oscar nod for Best Supporting Actor. Jharrel JeromeGetty ImagesJeromes unforgettable performance in Ava DuVernay's When They See Us, earned him an Emmy Award, and a spot in Hollywood history. Her depiction of the famed artist made film history in 2003 when Hayek became the first Latina and first Mexican actress to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar. In 2002, Ferrera became the first and only (as of 2019) Latina actress to win a Best Actress Emmy for starring in a TV series.