Every month, Playback the Tape hosts screenings at bars, galleries and restaurants throughout D.C. It's a way for the culturally curious to gather together and reminisce over old movies and TV shows now that the District's last video rental store is preparing to close soon.
Columbus Short of 'Scandal' faces his own crisis; exit from show follows legal woes
Craig Ferguson announces retirement from CBS' 'Late Late Show'
CBS' 'Blue Bloods' thrives on a normally dead TV night
A list of the top 20 primetime programs in the Nielsen ratings for April 21-27
LA mayor prods Time Warner Cable to reach Dodgers TV deals with other providers
Yahoo getting more serious about Internet video as it prepares to release 2 new comedy series
With $25 million, 'Other Woman' blocks 'Captain America' from topping box office for 4th week
Fox to broadcast 3-hour live musical version of 'Grease' with young ensemble cast next year
Microsoft moves ahead with plan to stream original programming on Xbox consoles
Comcast selling some systems to Charter; Comcast also creating, spinning off new cable company
Craig Ferguson says he is stepping down as host of CBS' ``The Late Late Show'' this year.
Wyoming museum acquires Lone Ranger's Colt .45 for display
Documentary focuses on life, not death, of Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar
New NBC news center in Los Angeles will be named for Tom Brokaw, who is battling cancer
'Rosemary's Baby' remake moves locale to Paris, but the psychological horror remains the same
Paula Deen to hit the road, cook for fans live on 20-show tour this summer
Valerie Harper sued by 'Looped' playwright for $2 million for not informing him she had cancer
Chinese online streaming site says ban on 4 US shows doesn't point to a wider trend
'Sopranos' actor Lillo Brancato Jr., paroled after 8 years, speaks about his drug addiction
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