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Review: The Golden Age of TV is tarnished in Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Being the Ricardos’

Imagine a 10-episode podcast about the making of a single episode of the 1950s marital sitcom “I Love Lucy” – a podcast dense with behind-the-scenes details about the show’s real-life husband-and-wife stars, Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, who played wildly caricatured versions of themselves on the hit show for six seasons.

Love story: Vickie and Dave Sutton lean on their faith together

On a bitterly cold December evening in 1970, Dave Sutton pulled into the parking lot of Pines Baptist Church. He was home on leave from the Army and a pastor at the church had invited him to attend a hockey game with the college and career group.

Is Sept. 24, 1991, the greatest day in music history?

The internet was in its infancy, and cellphones weren't ubiquitous in 1991, which seems like the Paleolithic era, at least to my children. But 30 years ago this week marks the anniversary of some groundbreaking music releases.

Comfort food: Nonprofit gives Americans 100K free lasagnas

On a recent summer morning, Lynn Hirsch was determined as she packed the back of her gray SUV with 20 aluminum pans of lasagna. The retiree was on a mission: Drive nearly 70 miles from her suburb of Atlanta to two rural Georgia towns and get the hearty dishes into the hands of people who needed them.