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North America was certainly ready for Laverne & Shirley when the series premiered in 1976. It arrived as the ABC network soared from perennial also-ran status become the No. 1 US network for several years. Powering them there were the breezy comedies created by Garry Marshall, including Happy Days, the series that introduced the characters

Probably the only time you ever wish you were a bit older is when you are in Grade Seven. That’s where I was in 1969. That summer, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young played their second-ever gig — at Woodstock. I was not at Woodstock. I was in Etobicoke. At Our Lady of Peace elementary school

I don’t think I ever met anyone who had a bad word to say about David Onley. The Citytv television journalist and former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario died January 15 in Toronto. He was 72. Onley was stricken with Polio at the age of three, resulting in partial paralysis. Starting his on-camera career in 1984

Are you Beatled out already? Was nearly eight hours of Peter Jackson’s “Get Back” documentary simply All Too Much? Some of us can never get enough Fab Four but even if you’re not a big Beatles fan, I recommend “If These Walls Could Sing,” streaming now on Disney+. The documentary was directed by Mary McCartney,

Please check back as all monthly schedules are updated often. UPDATED JAN. 24 SUN/JAN 1 Kaleidoscope (Netlfix). You are supposed to be able to view this eight part heist series in any order — except for the final episode. Giancarlo Esposito, Paz Vegas, Jai Courtney and Rufus Sewell star. Powered by JustWatch Paul T. Goldman