"The Pee-wee Herman Show," starring Paul Reubens, ran in Los Angeles earlier this year at Club Nokia at LA Live in Los Angeles. The original "The Pee-wee Herman Show" debuted at The Groundlings Theatre in 1981 then moved to the Roxy Theatre on Sunset Strip for five sold out months. Taped as part of HBO's On Location series, the show catapulted Pee-wee into the national consciousness, eventually leading to a 22-city tour, "Pee-wee's Big Adventure," and the TV show. The Broadway adaptation of "The Pee-wee Herman Show" opens its doors on Nov. 11.
The Brett Favre scandal isn't the only off-field storyline heading into tonight's edition of Monday Night Football. The game will hardly be a symbol of the commissioner's bid to clean up the NFL.
Bruce Springsteen really started to find a purposeful working life with his fourth record, 1978's 'Darkness on the Edge of Town,' the subject of a documentary that had its world premiere Tuesday night at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Mark Sanchez threw for less than 100 yards and the Jets were penalized 14 times in the loss to Baltimore. The Patriots will be the next opponent for Mark Sanchez and the stars of 'Hard Knocks.'
Betty White won an Emmy Award for best guest actress in a comedy series for her turn as 'Saturday Night Live' host.
As 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' ramps up, the role cities play in storytelling is seen in the tone, shaping of other characters, and cultural backdrop.