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Actor Tom Selleck has filled many roles in his life: '80s icon, sex symbol, facial hair hall of famer, Monica's boyfriend on Friends, and the list goes on. But none have been more important to him than his role as a family man.In a rare and candid interview, the 75-year-old star of the CBS police drama Blue Bloods is opening up about his family, life on his Ventura, California ranch, and his decision to quit Magnum P.I. at the peak of his fame in the 1980s.“I’m a fairly private person,” Tom explains to People in the new sit-down. “And I’ve...

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RochesterSubway.com has been nominated for Best Local Blog of 2012. If you’d like to cast your vote, simply fill out City Newspaper’s Final Ballot  before October 3 (5pm) and select “RochesterSubway.com” for question #66. Many people have been asking why Tom Selleck of the classic TV drama Magnum P.I. has been campaigning for RochesterSubway. Tom held a press conference at Letchworth State Park this weekend to answer these questions…

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As last week started off with another thrilling Channel 5 documentary, it's been a strange few days. 'The Twins That Share a Body' on the Monday night has left me full of questions, not such a good thing when I'm working on a new script. I'm working from home this week as the BBC is pretty hectic at the moment. It's great to spend some time writing in my room but I have really had to restrain myself from extensive Conjoined Twin research on the Internet and stick to working on my script. It's been an unusually sunny week in...

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“He’s a giant pirate!” exclaimed the young boy to his mother as they exited the elevator we were entering. The pirate, in good spirits, growled good naturedly  “Aye, Matey” just as the door squeezed shut. The human body is such a marvelous machine; its motor and gears and ability to reboot and restore a constant amazement to the mortals who wear them. While not perfect, often finicky, increasingly a pain in the whatever, I still like to celebrate its better nature, especially when a loved one is doing better. You have all been so thoughtful and kind, asking and praying about...

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If they made a Mount Rushmore of TV stars from the medium’s first 75 years, Tom Selleck would be one of the faces etched in stone. From commercials in the 1960s, to primetime guest spots in the 1970s, Magnum, P.I. in the 1980s, and Friends, Jesse Stone, and Blue Bloods ever since, Selleck has remained busy and beloved for half a century. His mix of matinee idol looks and self-deprecating “regular guy” approachability keeps him equally popular with male and female viewers. And he’s the rare TV star who has successfully crossed over to film, with hits like 3 Men And A Baby (1987) as well as Western-themed miniseries and...

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