latimes.comRebecca Sugar’s commitment to LGBTQ visibility continues to drive 'Steven Universe'Now in its fifth season, Cartoon Network's “Steven Universe” continues to break ground with its LGBTQ representation in a children's cartoon. Series creator Rebecca Sugar reflects on how the show has been a pioneering force.
chicagotribune.comDick Biondi no longer employed by WLS, says stationDisc jockey Dick Biondi had been off the air for more than a year after being hospitalized last April. Though he told fans he would return, reports said, representatives for the station today confirmed his employment ended last year.
sfgate.comDear Abby: Ex-husband can’t let go of long-ago marriageDear Abby: I was divorced seven years ago. My ex-wife, "Annie," and I were married almost seven years and had what I thought was a great relationship. Then we bit off more than we could chew financially. I began working long hours to get us out of the pit, which created distance between us until divorce became inevitable. We tried working things out five years ago. It failed. Since then, I have been in a handful of relationships that ultimately went down in flames. Three months ago, I rekindled one of those relationships, but it ended quickly because, in a moment of passion, I called her by Annie's name. I contacted Annie and shared it with her, hoping for something.
aarp.orgA Conversation With Actress Candice BergenThe 72-year-old, who has 21 Emmy, Oscar and Golden Globe honors, discusses her movie “Book Club” and the reboot of her hit TV show “Murphy Brown.” In this frank conversation, she talks about her new roles in film and television, ageism in Hollywood and the privileges of growing older.