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Courtesy Parade magazine
The Feb. 24, 2013, edition of Parade magazine, available in The Journal Gazette's print edition, features Seth MacFarlane, host of the Academy Awards.

Seth MacFarlane takes on Oscar in Parade

Parade magazine in is included with The Journal Gazette print edition on Sundays. This is what is featured in the Feb. 24 edition:

  • No teddy bear: Seth MacFarlane has conquered TV (the "Family Guy" creator is the highest-paid TV writer in history) and the movies ("Ted," about a potty-mouthed teddy bear, is the highest-grossing R-rated comedy of all time). Now the director-writer-animator is adding Oscar host to his credits.
  • Three cheers for Pippi Longstocking: Author Connie Schultz, to this day, often channels her red-haired, scrappy childhood hero.
  • Sunday with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey: The reality-TV mogul of "The Voice" and actress known for "Touched by an Angel" open up about their mini-series, "The Bible," premiering on the History channel.

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