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ST. LOUIS, May 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Real dogs across America and their owners are invited to participate in a first-of-its-kind virtual book-reading event.
NEW YORK, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Actor and avid train fan Taye Diggs, star of Private Practice, will join Amtrak to kick-off the third annual National Train Day.
U.S. actress Idina Menzel has given birth to her first child, a son she named Walker Nathaniel Diggs. A friend of Menzel and her husband, actor Taye Diggs, confirmed the birth to E! News. The couple met in 1995 when they co-starred in the Broadway musical Rent.
Idina Menzel is pregnant with her first child, said a publicist for the U.S. actress and her husband Taye Diggs. Menzel and Diggs, who co-starred in the stage and film versions of the musical Rent, have been a couple for 13 years.
Several stars of the U.S. television drama Private Practice have agreed to appear on its sister show Grey's Anatomy, ABC said Tuesday. Slated to guest star on Grey's are Practice cast members Kate Walsh, Audra McDonald and Taye Diggs.
More Hollywood celebrities will visit the University of Missouri this weekend to stump for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.
By GREG HERNANDEZ Kate Walsh was charming and every inch the star Tuesday night at a glitzy party celebrating the release on DVD of her ABC drama "Private Practice," a "Grey's Anatomy" spinoff that returns for its second season Oct. 1. On "Grey's," her surgeon character of Dr.
By Bill Keveney Private Practice is giving Addison Forbes Montgomery the chance for something she never had on Grey's Anatomy: a fulfilling love life. "We only knew her as the miserable part of a triangle" with Derek and Meredith, says Kate Walsh, who plays Addison on the ABC spinoff.
By Emily Henry She's been an attention-seeking bisexual diva in "Rent" and the misunderstood green witch in "Wicked." But Friday night at the Wiltern, fans of Idina Menzel will see the Tony award-winning musical theater actress green makeup- and baggage-free.
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