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Rip Taylor, the madcap mustached comedian with a fondness for confetti-throwing who became a television game show mainstay in the 1970s, has died. He was 84.
Since childhood, McMann has been a fan of the Nancy Drew books, Nancy Drew computer games and, yes, the Pamela Sue Martin version that aired on ABC. “When it came about, I was like, ‘I’ve been doing this my whole life. I’m ready to go,” she says.
Drugs are common but the decorative folk art that fills buildings takes any kind of edge off. Because it’s so bright and seemingly nonthreatening, the world is immediately attractive to outsiders. And then? Director Ari Aster shocks early on and never quits.
While Everest is big and fluffy (just right for stuffed animal sales), he doesn't register the way other abominable snowmen have in two earlier films. It's also the kind of film that doesn't always play to restless children.
Dame Evelyn Glennie was like the Alice Waters of percussion Saturday night, cooking up a feast of sounds with the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra.
When Heaton ended her run on “The Middle,” she vowed to live in London and experience a different lifestyle. Then life interfered, she put England on hold and she returned to work. “I still have dreams at the age of 61,” she says with a smile.