The latest anti-Ryan billboard running in Wisconsin reads: “Paul Ryan Wants To Bring In Six Foreign Workers For Every One... The post New Billboards Slam Speaker Paul Ryan on Immigration and Jobs in Wisconsin appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Drones can be very useful pieces of equipment. They can be used to deface Kendall Jenner billboards and also used to deliver packages via Amazon Prime. Now, as you'll find out below, they can also be used to interrupt two people whoShow More Summary
This weekend, as Americans fire up their barbecues and don their red, white, and blue, they will put on musical playlists that don’t see a lot of action during the rest of the year. Billboard has shared data from YouTube that shows which...Show More Summary
Monday brings the annual July 4th Nathan’s Famous hot-dog eating contest on Coney Island, a spectacle teased 365 days of the year with a giant billboard outside the chain’s beautifully grimy mothership. So let’s revisit the scene at the stand one day in the 1950s. Read more...
Billboards are not a standard NBA free-agency resource, but they aren't unprecedented. The Los Angeles Lakers used them to court Dwight Howard in 2013. The Houston Rockets did something similar for Carmelo Anthony in 2014. While both...Show More Summary
Welcome to Zlatan Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been given a royal welcome to Manchester, ahead of his transfer to United, which should be announced imminently. The Swede announced on social media last night that he is moving to the red half of Manchester, confirming what was the transfer window’s worst kept secret, and putting an emphatic […]
The owners of Billboard Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter are looking for an exit strategy. Last year, when Guggenheim Partners spun off its media properties to Eldridge Industries, it was clear that the magazines were hemorrhaging cash. Apparently the bleeding has continued, if not accelerated. _____________________________________________ Eldridge Industries, the owner...
Billboards in Tokyo may witness a drastic makeover by early fall, this year. These state of the art billboards automatically recognise the make and model of vehicles driving past it to display a targeted advertisement. “The ad could come up with ‘Hey you in the Mercedes, you could be driving this [instead],” commented Paul Turner,... Show More Summary
Yesterday, I posted about Frank Sinatra's single, Strangers in the Night, which went to No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart this week in 1966. I also included a link to my Wall Street Journal essay on the song and... Related Stories Sinatra: Strangers in the Night Stanley Cooper (1925-2016) Sinatra on TV: The DVDs
Drivers on their way to the 2016 UFO Festival in Roswell this week are in for an eyeful, courtesy of PETA—which has placed a billboard showing a beckoning alien... The post ‘Afraid of Being Probed?’ Billboard Reveals Frightening Alien World of Tests appeared first on PETA.
Keith & Kristyn Getty's new album Facing a Task Unfinished Inspired by the 1931 Missionary hymn to China garner's the worshippers Highest Billboard Debut Ever.
When the marketing for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend started rolling out last summer, some in Hollywood were ready to pounce. The billboards, planted all around Los Angeles, featured a pretty young lady with a manic look in her eyes, clutching a broken balloon string, with the caption “Never. Let. Go.” You could ... More »
Drivers on their way to the 2016 UFO Festival in Roswell, New Mexico, this week are in for an eyeful, courtesy of PETA The post ‘Afraid of Being Probed?’ Billboard Reveals Frightening Alien World of Animal Tests appeared first on PE...
The Broadway-star rendition of “What the World Needs Now is Love” in honor of the Orlando shooting victims has landed on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The group recording of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David song, featuring...
A new super PAC aims to fight political frustration with photographs, paint and billboards. There’s a new player in the political donor class, and it’s a far cry from the Koch brothers, Priorities USA or any deep pockets on either side of the aisle. Show More Summary
Drake’s Views is looking pretty good as he reigns the Billboard 200 chart for the eighth week, marking two months at the no. 1 spot. Although the album garnered mixed reviews, it is still selling at a high rate in the digital streaming era where a certain number of streams count as an album sale.... Show More Summary
In the Wall Street Journal today, I write on Frank Sinatra's Strangers in the Night—the single and the album (go here). Fifty years ago this week, the single went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the album... Related Stories Stanley Cooper (1925-2016) Sinatra on TV: The DVDs 9 Box Sets You Deserve
If you really want to get the party started at your wedding, these songs should do the trick. Billboard asked wedding DJs in 13 U.S. cities to to submit their most-played wedding songs. Check out the top 21 below, then head over to Billboard to see the full list. 21. Show More Summary
The second billboard quoted Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” above a photo of the White House adorned with Confederate Flags.
A new billboard campaign explicitly rejects the Donald Trump-inspired message of a Tennessee statehouse candidate — who said he appreciates the attention. Rick Tyler, an independent Congressional candidate for Tennessee’s 3rd District, is facing a boycott of his restaurant business after he...