Here at FishbowlDC we’re getting in the holiday spirit by promoting the DC media community’s good deeds. First up is in an event hosted by Jocelyn Quinn (daughter of powerhouse politico couple Jack and Susanna Quinn) and Chef Geoff Tracy (Mr. Show More Summary
"White Collar" ended its fall run Thursday (Dec. 19) with "No Good Deed," which saw Agent Burke recover one of the Welsh gold coins that Neal stole for Curtis Hagan. It set off an interesting chain reaction of events.
Part of the way through tonight’s fall finale, most of us asked ourselves, “How is Peter still friends with this guy?” This guy being Neal, who’s demonstrated a good heart but bad habits that have compromised ASAC Burke’s integrity, livelihood and even family (where you be, Satchmo?). Show More Summary
White Collar returns to USA tonight with a new episode called, “No Good Deed.” On tonight’s episode, Peter’s thrown back […]
In this exclusive clip of fall finale "No Good Deed," Rebecca tells Neal, "I want to be part of [the heist]. I want to be part of this part of your life."
In an age of bureaucracy, overcriminalization and militarized police, it often seems as if no good deed goes unpunished. Indeed, although Charles Dickens immortalized the money-loving, Christmas-hating, bah-humbuggiest of humbugs Ebenezer...Show More Summary
Every single day ordinary people open up their hearts and practice random acts of kindness. Sometimes these good deeds are caught on camera or video, and then when they're shared on the internet these people become overnight heroes. Check out these good deeds gone viral that are sure to warm your heart.
"White Collar" is bringing its fall season to a close Thursday, Dec. 19 with "No Good Deed," which is going to bring the on-going Curtis Hagan problem to a head. Here are a few spoilery tidbits to tide you over until Thursday.
It seems especially churlish during the holiday season that an employer should deem “no good deed goes unpunished” on a well-meaning employee: A Michigan supermarket greeter’s heroic act has cost him his job. David Bowers used a fire extinguisher to save a customer’s flaming van in the parking lot of a Meijer store, but his […]
"How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world." --William Shakespeare The last time I saw Ben Wheeler, he and his big brother Nate were eating chocolate-chip pancakes and being terribly silly. Benny's raison d'etre that day and every day was an insouciant and delightful silliness. Show More Summary
No good deed comes without a little punishment. That's Newcastle Brown Ale's "No Bollocks" take on responsibility messaging, judging by a recent stunt in Los Angeles orchestrated by Droga5. The brand is introducing a new beer, Newcastle...Show More Summary
No good deed by government agencies goes unpunished it seems, although it appears the average citizen bears the brunt of these punishments nearly every time. The UK's long-running battle with porn and infringement recently combined to the detriment of computer users across the country. Show More Summary
Don't let carollers have all the fun—go and see one of the many holiday performances on this month in Toronto. The Good Deeds Show Cheap Smokes VENUE: The Rivoli (334 Queen Street West) DATES: December 10 at 8:30 p.m. PRICE: $10 (food...Show More Summary
A year on from the launch of StreetLink over 4,000 rough sleepers have been offered support and services to help get them off the streets. Housing Minister Kris Hopkins today (10 December 2013) hailed the StreetLink service, which has directly helped 4,000 rough sleepers in the first year since its launch, a success. Members of […]
Condoms don't get a fair shake. No good deed goes unpunished might be said of the lot of the average condom. Now the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has set out to remedy the matter and improve, shall we say, the self-image of the condom. Show More Summary
In today's Urban Planner: prove your knowledge of everything Simpsons, sing carols with the Broadway's original Mary Poppins, and laugh it up while doing some Good Deeds. Film: This month’s Cinema Politica takes a look at the wave of social mobilization that washed over Quebec in the spring of 2012 with a screening of Insurgence. Show More Summary
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), Tea Party darling, did what any decent human being would do in the age of Twitter… he tweeted condolences to Mandela’s family and the people of South Africa. And then, as they say, no good deed goes unpunished. The outpouring of hatred, bigotry and intolerance from Ted Cruz’s right-wing base flooded his Facebook page and Twitter timeline. read more
Some of the usual suspects in the politically correct British company of Israel-bashers are at it again.
Post by Michele Zipp. We all talk about 'tis the season and good will toward men and doing good deeds, and many of us do them -- big and small -- and every one makes a difference. Kindness can be catching and that is evidenced when a clothing company generously decided to clothe the homeless after seeing the homeless U.S. Show More Summary