Aaron Barnhart

Television Critic, Kansas City Star

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Television critic for the Kansas City Star, he blogs about all things TV at TVBarn.com

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Last night,  Teddy Kennedy  passed the torch to a new generation, and the Obamas were the all-American family.

Day Two for the Democrats

Last night, Teddy Kennedy passed the torch to a new generation, and the Obamas were the all-American family.

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With the  Hollywood screenwriters' strike  heading into its third month and a possible actors strike looming in 2008, is Hollywood headed for a complete shutdown of production?

Standoff between Striking Hollywood Writers and the Studios

With the Hollywood screenwriters' strike heading into its third month and a possible actors strike looming in 2008, is Hollywood headed for a complete shutdown of production?

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