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Weekly Roundup: Greek Weddings & Elevator Pitches

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Her tweets confirm it, Nia Vardalos is bringing us more big, Greek wedding!

Television’s top female actors discuss the perks and pitfalls of their careers.

Actress Stacey Dash brings new commentary to FOX News.

PBS releases Samantha Buck’s acclaimed Best Kept Secret online. (Video)

Here are great tips to give your half-minute elevator pitch a lift.  

Angela Bassett steps behind the camera for Whitney Houston’s story.

Adrienne Becker and Christine Vachon form Killer Content, a multiplatform arena.

R.I.P., Maya Angelou.

— KELLY GLOVER

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