Links to the past, with relevance today ...
EW: The Goldbergs nabbed Robert Englund, 71, to reprise his Freddy Krueger role — here's how.
PEOPLE: Inventor of the green bean casserole has died at 92.
VIBE: Quincy Jones, 85, is apologizing for criticizing a rap remake of his classic Michael Jackson (1958-2009) collab "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" (1983).
EXTRATV: Jamie Lee Curtis, 59, has opened up about a totally secret 10-year opioid addiction she had in the '90s following "minor plastic surgery."
FACEBOOK: Annie Lennox, 63, is lending her voice to #OneReasonWhyImAGlobalFeminist.
TOO FAB: Amazing reunion of the cast of Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) — with one sad exception.
HUFF POST: Add iconic actor Robert De Niro, 75, to the list of prominent left-wing figures who received functional package bombs described as on the low end of sophisticated. In other words, they're not a hoax — they were meant to go off.
KENNETH IN THE (212): Tennis star Julie Heldman writes about her famous mom Gladys Heldman's abusive behavior that led her to be such a competitor in the new memoir Driven: A Daughter's Odyssey.
WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN: Ricki Lake recalls that infamous Oscars number, and the "not nice" Lucille Ball (1911-1989).
FACEBOOK: Character actor Nehemiah Persoff, 99, is looking good! He's a Some Like It Hot (1959) survivor, and probably not the actor in that movie you'd have guessed would still be here 60 years after it was shot.