Links to the past, with relevance today:
TWITTER: The great Dionne Warwick, who turns 80 this month, is having fun asking newer artists why they are going by the names they're going by — including Chance the Rapper and the Weeknd.
NYT: An interview with living legend Candice Bergen (b. 1946), who recalls the infamous Black & White Party, her celebrated parents and her new movie, Let Them All Talk (2020).
VARIETY: Harry Shearer, 76, remembers David L. Lander as "the most masterful person," while a THR reporter argues that Lander had the funniest joke on all of Laverne & Shirley.
DO YOU REMEMBER?: A fascinating remembrance of Our Gang's Norman "Chubby" Chaney (1914-1936).
INSTAGRAM: Remembering the late, great Horst Buchholz on the occasion of his 87th birth anniversary.
EXTRATV: Sixties starlet Pamela Tiffin, a double Golden Globe nominee, for Summer and Smoke (1961) and One, Two, Three (1961), died this week in NYC at 78.