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  1. 'Spoils Before Dying' a smoky haze of hilarity

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    San Francisco— Of all the gin joints in all the world, thank goodness the gang from Will Ferrell's Funny or Die productions wandered into Swingyard, the fictional jazz club where the moody noir spoof The Spoils Before Dying begins.

  2. Tampa Bay Times wins first-place award, 7 overall in national features contest

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    The Tampa Bay Times won a top award and seven overall this year from the Society for Features Journalism.

    Nathan Martin, 72, holds his .22-caliber single shot that was once his father's. He used to hunt hog, deer, squirrel and quail for food, but said he doesn't have it in him to kill anything anymore. He mainly uses the gun for target practice now. [MELISSA LYTTLE   |   Times (2014)]
  3. Top things to watch on TV the week of June 29-July 5

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    Fourth of July celebrations

    Here's our big bang theory: Nothing beats watching fireworks live and in person. But if you happen to be welded to the couch this year, television has plenty of oohs and ahs to offer. The special programming includes the Macy's 4th of July Fireworks …

  4. A foreign crisis? Send in Jack Black

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    Television has embraced geopolitical subjects via shows such as Homeland and The Americans. Laughs, however, are as common in this realm as the sight of Carrie Mathison sipping a beach-side margarita.

    Jack Black stars in The Brink, HBO’s new satire of geopolitics.
  5. 'Eight is Enough' patriarch Dick Van Patten dies at 86

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    Dick Van Patten, the affable paterfamilias on the '70s television hit Eight is Enough, died Tuesday in Santa Monica, Calif., of complications from diabetes. Mr. Van Patten was 86.

    Actor Dick Van Patten was best known as the patriarch of TV’s Eight is Enough, guiding a brood of eight children ranging in age from 8 to 22. He died Tuesday in California of complications from diabetes at age 86.
  6. Top things to watch on TV the week of June 22-28

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    So You Think You Can Dance, 8 p.m., Fox. The dance competition moves to the Big Apple for the fourth and final round of auditions before callbacks. Hey, if you can make it there …

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    BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JUNE 16:  Dancer Karina Smirnoff attends the 100th anniversary celebration of the Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows supporting the Motion Picture & Television Fund and the American Comedy Fund hosted by Brett Ratner and Warren Beatty at Beverly Hills Hotel on June 16, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for BHH) 145821841
  7. Top things to watch on TV the week of June 15-21

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    Miniseries FINALE Texas Rising, 9 p.m., History Channel. The rollicking miniseries concludes as the Rangers celebrate their victory over Santa Anna. Also, Gen. Sam Houston (Bill Paxton) is asked to take on a vital role in the future of the newly independent territory.

    Yvonne Strahovski in a scene from The Astronaut Wives Club. (ABC)
  8. 'Full House' Uncle Jesse actor John Stamos home after DUI arrest in Beverly Hills

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    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Actor John Stamos was home Saturday after being arrested and cited with driving under the influence in Beverly Hills.

    John Stamos arriving at the 4th Annual Reel Stories, Real Lives Benefit in Los Angeles on April 25. Stamos has been arrested and cited with driving under the influence in Beverly Hills. Beverly Hills police say they received calls around 7:45 p.m. Friday reporting a possible drunk driver. Police later stopped Stamos, who was the only person in the vehicle. Police say Stamos was taken to a hospital because of a possible medical condition. [Associated Press]
  9. Top things to watch on TV for June 8-14

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    TODAY

    SEASON PREMIERE Major Crimes, 9 p.m., TNT Season 4 opens with a puzzling double-homicide case that is related to an ongoing string of home invasions in the Hollywood Hills. Of, course, Capt. Raydor (Mary McDonnell) and her team are all over it.

    Honoree Steve Martin accepts the AFI Life Achievement Award onstage during the 2015 AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute Honoring Steve Martin at the Dolby Theatre on June 4. It will air on TBS on Saturday.  (Getty Images)
  10. Sister of reality TV star Josh Duggar says he victimized her

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    NEW YORK — Reality TV star Jessa Duggar told Fox News Channel on Wednesday that she was a victim of her older brother Josh Duggar, who fondled five girls when he was a teenager.

    This photo provided by FOX News shows, Jim Bob Duggar, left, of the TLC series "19 Kids and Counting," before an interview speaking with FOX News Channel's Megyn Kelly on Wednesday. [FOX News via AP]