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joan-rivers-doctor-fired.jpgYorkville Endoscopy’s medical director, Dr. Lawrence Cohen has been fired following the throat procedure that led to comedian Joan Rivers’ death,
ABC News reports.

Rivers reportedly stopped breathing while undergoing an outpatient surgery on her vocal chords Aug. 28 and pronounced dead Sept. 4.

TMZ reports Cohen stepped down after a recommendation from the clinic’s board, because he allowed Rivers’ ENT doctor to step… Continue reading Joan Rivers doctor fired

Giuliana Rancic is obviously still grieving the sudden death of her close friend Joan Rivers, but the reporter still acted every bit the professional when she spoke about the late comic on an E! special last night.

After a montage of their funny moments together on Fashion Police and E! News, Rancic smiled and gave a heartfelt tribute to the woman she calls a “beautiful soul.”

PHOTOS: A Rewind Of… Continue reading Bring Out The Tissues: Giuliana Rancic Remembers Close Friend Joan Rivers In TV Tribute: ‘What A Beautiful Soul’

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Joan Rivers was a kick-ass lady, plain and simple. She was a fierce, funny, vibrant, self-deprecating, brilliant comedienne who knew where all the lines in taste were and precisely when and where to jump right over them. And sadly she’s no longer with us.

Rivers passed away today, one week after suffering cardiac arrest during a routine procedure on her vocal chords… Continue reading Joan Rivers Has Passed Away At 81

In an taped interview that ran this afternoon on CNN’s Newsroom, anchor Fredricka Whitfield sat down with comedian and Fashion Police host Joan Rivers to discuss her show, her new book (Diary of a Mad Diva), and her upcoming Broadway appearances. But the discussion didn’t last long: Their conversation derailed after less than two minutes, when Rivers took offense at Whitfield’s line of questioning. Eventually, the octogenarian declared she had… Continue reading See Joan Rivers walk out on CNN interview

mad-men-christina-hendricks-john-slattery-tale-of-two-cities.jpg“Mad Men” at its best transcends the tedium of office life. “A Tale of Two Cities,” at least in a first viewing, was not “Mad Men” at its best.

Whether or not something major comes of Jim Cutler and Ted Chaough’s secretive scheming, far too much of this week’s episode was dominated by office politics and ad men at work. Only one of the storylines… Continue reading 'Mad Men' Season 6 episode 10 recap 'Tale of Two Cities': Ranking Joan, Roger, Don, Peggy and more on the happiness index