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The long goodbye of Channel 4 meteorologist Don Paul ended Wednesday night with tears. But they weren’t from Paul, who said he was too busy all day to get teary-eyed before adding “and that’s a good thing.” He also appeared to be a little distracted by all the commotion, noting during his final forecast that there was some commotion in the hallways as his friends and fam…

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The news that former Buffalo Bill Doug Flutie would be one of the season 22 performers on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" led to a lot of reminiscing about other quarterbacks not named Jim Kelly who have passed through town. What about them? Could they one day be in competition to hoist the MirrorBall Trophy? As we hear every Sunday, after further review, probably not. …

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Former Buffalo Bills quarterback and college football legend Doug Flutie will be among the celebrities performing on the next season of "Dancing With the Stars" on ABC. Let the jokes about whether Rob Johnson would have been a better option begin. The celebrity performers were announced this morning on "Good Morning America." Others include Marla Maples, ex-wife of Repub…

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With seven mirror balls between them, siblings Derek and Julianne Hough have established themselves as two of the best dancers to ever grace the stage on ABC’s long-running talent show, “Dancing with the Stars.” But fans might wonder, can they foxtrot their way out of Hollywood and find the same success on the road? After the first of a two-show engagement Saturday night a…

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By Tim O’SheiNEWS CONTRIBUTING REVIEWERIt was the fast-food version of “Dancing with the Stars”: tasty in small bites, served up to a crowd that swallowed every last morsel, and one that especially liked the most prominent packaging: a shirtless Val Chmerkovskiy.It was a happy meal, but not necessarily a substantive one.The “Dancing with the Sta…

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“Dancing with the Stars” is packing up its ballroom and hitting the road. And the first stop is in Niagara Falls. The long-running ABC competition show, which pairs celebrities with professional dancers, is launching a 33-city tour called “Dancing with the Stars: Live!” The show opens Dec. 27 in the Seneca Niagara Casino’s Events Center. Tickets are $40 to $80 and are on…