I was in the thick of it on las Malvinas; I saw the nuns in El Salvador who were shot in the back of the head; I had to dig myself out of a mountain of bricks and rocks that pummeled on me during the Los Angeles riots; I answered the knock on the door [...] The post Let’s Give O’Rilley Some Slack appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
Even more allegations emerge about the potentially exaggerated career of Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly. More former colleagues are coming forward, now claiming that the television host may have also puffed up his experiences covering the 1992 riots in Los Angeles.
O'Reilly's former coworkers at Inside Edition claim O'Reilly may have provoked an attack
Now it is time for your daily edition of “This Totally Happened, Yes It DID SO,” from the Bill O’Reilly files! For our journey today, we will jump into our hot tub time machine and travel to Los Angeles, 1992, where six days of civil...Show More Summary
For the third day in a row, there's a new question mark over Bill O'Reilly's record, this time involving his reporting from the LA riots. O'Reilly has repeatedly claimed that he came under a "bombardment" of bricks and stones while covering the 1992 riots, but six Inside Edition team members...
Former colleagues of Bill O’Reilly, the Fox News host whose tales of past reporting exploits are facing renewed scrutiny, have disputed his account of surviving a bombardment of bricks and rocks while covering the 1992 riots in Los Angeles.
More, more, more! The Marc by Marc Jacobs show was full of angsty riot girls, while the Rodarte collection also had a hint of rebellion — most looks called for no bottoms all together. Over at Oscar de la Renta, models wore romantic ruffles and shorter hems. See these collections... More »
Prouser started with Reuters here on the first day of the Rodney King riots and shot close to 3,000 Hollywood red carpets before he was done.
photo: Superchunk at Riot Fest 2014 (more by James Richards IV) The Replacements recently announced their first full US tour since 1991, and there's since been a couple updates. A second LA date was added, and though there's still nothing...
LOS ANGELES — This week a show of Riot Grrrl art opens in Orange County, LACE throws a Valentine's Party, Frank Lloyd Wright's first LA home re-opens, there's a mini-conference on the limits of performance, and more!
Riot Games CEO Brandon Beck is the opening keynote speaker at the 2015 DICE summit in Las Vegas, The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences announced in a press release this week. Beck founded Riot, the studio behind League of Legends, in 2006. He's...
Consider this a lesson in saying "Yes" more often. At the Riot LA Comedy Festival on Saturday, legendary funny man Fred Willard sat down for a live interview on The Classic Showbiz Talk Show with Kliph Nesteroff to talk about his 55-year...Show More Summary
Ah, Ohio State. Fans of The Ohio State University (don’t ever let them hear you forget the capitol “The”) are known for their… radical support of its championship football team. While they have good reason to be considering their landslide-win...Show More Summary
This week, there's a rock doc on Riot Grrrl godmothers, a book signing for a new collection of work by street photographer Ed Templeton, the closing of Max Hooper Schneider's messy science experiments, and more!
Protests and riots in Oakland, triggered by the Michael Brown verdict in Missouri and the death of Eric Garner in New York, cost the city $1.3 million in overtime pay for police officers. SFGate reports that 14 protests over the last three weeks have been riddled with violent occurrences. Show More Summary
by Andrew Sacher La Dispute at Riot Fest Chicago 2014 (more by James Richards IV) Title Fight at Best Buy Theater in November (more by Mimi Hong) Two of best current bands in post-hardcore have announced a tour together for...
The glamourous season opener at Milan’s Scala opera house was marred Sunday by clashes between riot police and protesters which left two wounded. Around 300 demonstrators, using banners reading “fight the power” and “we resist!” as shields, threw flares and Molotov...
On Sunday, a riot between two rival factions prior to a La Liga match ended with a Deportivo fan dead after being beaten and thrown in a freezing cold river on Sunday outside of Atletico’s Vincent Calderon Stadium in Madrid. The 43 year-old fan was initially hospitalized with hypothermia, cardiac arrest, and head injuries according […]
A Spanish soccer fan has died after various fights erupted before Atletico Madrid’s match with Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday. The man has been named as Francisco Javier Romero Taboada, and according to the Daily Mail he received numerous head injuries. Show More Summary