Queen Latifah

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One Day At A Time. That's the name of Netflix's revival of a 1975 sitcom which CBS will broadcast this fall, since its own shows haven't resumed production due to the coronavirus pandemic.

One day at a time also explains how the TV networks are dealing with the annual fall TV season launch when unable to air the lineups they announced in May.

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This week's blues show, Saturday, July 20th at 11pm, starts off with Harry Connick, Jr; Queen Latifah; Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson; and Billie Holiday.  The second set features Curtis Salgado, Joe Cocker, and Tony Monaco from Columbus, Ohio.  Jimmy Witherspoon begins the third set followed by Roy Orbison, Dr. John, and Tom Waits.  And, Delbert McClinton's, "My Love is Burnin'," end the show from his 1990 release, "I'm With You."

Concert notes...the 4th Annual Blues, Brews & BBQ festival will be held at the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum on Saturday, July 27th from 3-9pm.  Bands performing include the Leo Clarke Band, Ralph and the Rhythm Hounds, the Almond Butter Band, and the North Second Crew.  Jimmy D Rogers will be playing in the Beer Garden during set changes.

Alligator Records performing artist, Billy Branch, will be on stage at the Sorg Opera House in Middletown on Friday, August 9th at 8pm.  

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Who will tell Dean Sanderson that he's been canceled again?

After just one season, Fox axed "The Grinder," Rob Lowe's sitcom  about a TV lawyer who joined his brother's (Fred Savage) law practice.

Like NBC's fall announcement Sunday, Fox will add only three new fall shows – a comedy and two dramas – and will keep the bench loaded for midseason with revivals of "24" and "Prison Break"; another musical-drama called "Star" from "Empire" producers featuring Grammy-winners Queen Latifah and Lenny Kravitz;  and new shows starring Jimmy Smits and Richard Dreyfuss. 

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If “Carol” wins any Academy Awards, it would be a big upset after all the film awards ignoring  the Cate Blanchett-Rooney Mara movie this month.

Blanchett and Mara, who starred in the 1952 love story shot here in 2014, again were shut out at the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Saturday, as “Carol” was at the Golden Globes and Critics Choice awards.

Blanchett was up for best actress; Mara for supporting actress. “Carol” was not nominated for a SAG best picture award. The SAG winners were familiar faces from January’s award circuit: