Fernando Ortiz de Urbina: [Easy does it: November 26, 1945 at Savoy Records](http://jazzontherecord.blogspot.com/2013/11/november-26-1945-at-savoy-records.html): >Monday, November 26, 1945. Just another day at the office for the small independent Savoy Records label from New Jersey. Show More Summary
The two officials who are being widely criticized today for blown calls last night both have work histories that may help to explain why they made those big mistakes. The first blown call was the inadvertent whistle by line judge Gary Arthur. As noted by Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, Arthur has just recently…
Only LeBron James and Oscar Robertson are now in the top 25 in both points and assists, which is not half bad. LBJ made history Monday night in the Cleveland The post WATCH: LeBron James Moves into 25th Place on All-Time Assist List appeared first on SLAMonline.
It's been 10 years since Jamie-Lynn Sigler went public with her painful history of exercise bulimia, but in a Monday conversation with HuffPost Live, the actress reflected further on that trying time, sharing that the staff of her HBO series "The Sopranos" were instrumental in bringing the disorder to her attention. Show More Summary
Monday's Say Hey, Baseball includes a first for the Dodgers, Randy Johnson's second passion, and a smattering of trade rumors. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Michael Gross, the man primarily responsible for making one of the most iconic images in film history, passed away on Monday. He was 70 years old. Read more...
WASHINGTON -- Jewell Jones is a city councilman who still needs to finish his homework each night, but he has big ideas for improving his community. The 20-year-old made history when he was sworn in Monday as the youngest person to ever sit on the City Council of Inkster, Michigan, a town nestled on the outskirts of Detroit. Show More Summary
Oxford Dictionaries made history on Monday by announcing that the word which they believe best personifies the collective experience of English-speakers in 2015 was not a word at all. Instead, "Face With Tears of Joy" emoji has been selected as the word of the year. Behold it above, in all its terrifying glory.
Sunday’s game was one of the most stunning finishes in the history of Ravens football, but at the end of the day, the Ravens should have taken home the win. Monday the NFL admitted it. […]
In a rare settlement, Manhattan federal prosecutors agreed to drop charges Monday against a former Deutsche Bank AG broker accused of participating in one of the largest tax frauds in U.S. history.
Big tragedy over in Paris this weekend. You would think the markets would be trading down with the World's largest tourist destination suffering the worst terror attack in their history right at the start of the holiday shopping season. Show More Summary
Monday, November 16, 2015 Searching for the Queen of Sheba at Fernbank Museum of Natural History …
A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2015 I received an announcement of two upcoming presentations from researchers at the Yale Climate and Energy Institute (YCEI) that sound really fascinating. On Monday, November 16, 2015 Francis...Show More Summary
In the annals of television history, China’s “Tmall Double-11 Night Carnival” might go down as the watershed moment when 21st century retailing geniuses first truly fused online shopping and entertainment into one awe-inspiring juggernaut of consumerism. More cynical types may see the star-studded...
Allen Toussaint died on Monday at age 77, leaving behind one of the most distinct and richly cosmopolitan legacies in modern American music. Toussaint was New Orleans to the core, as fundamental to the musical history of that city as...Show More Summary
The New Orleans songwriter and pianist Allen Toussaint, who died Monday after a performance in Spain, was a key figure in the history of New Orleans music and, by extension, American culture. Though Toussaint, 77, had his own rich solo career, his work entered America's collective psyche through...
But does he ever care? BEARS WIN: The Bears squeaked past the Chargers, 22-19, in another Monday night game that came down the wire. Chicago took the lead when tight end Zach Miller made an incredible one-handed touchdown grab. Running back Jeremy Langford, who replaced an injured Matt Forte in the lineup, made a circus catch of his own. Show More Summary
With only six celebrities to go, would Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars provide some breathing room for the favorites, or produce another upset? The remaining stars' scores have all been fairly consistent, so it remained anyone's Mirror Ball to win or lose... Show More Summary
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler hit tight end Martellus Bennett for a one-yard touchdown pass in the first half of his team’s Monday night game against the San Diego Chargers and made history in the process. As the team noted, Cutler...Show More Summary
The two leaders managed to put their personal history aside Monday for an Oval Office meeting, with Netanyahu seeking military aid to guard against Iran, and Obama support for 2016.