During Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony, the wrong Best Picture winner was called out by presenter Faye Dunaway, a photo of living producer was displayed during the “In Memoriam” segment, and among the notable celebrities who died in the past year missing from that montage were Garry Shandling, Florence Henderson, and… Read more...
We knew this year’s Oscars In Memoriam segment was going to be a tearjerker, what with 2016 being the year that claimed the lives of so many of our faves. But there was one viewer who was left devastated by the reel—Jan Chapman, the Oscar-nominated producer of The Piano, who saw a photo of herself included in the clip. Show More Summary
When Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian paid a visit to PFT Live during Super Bowl week, he was wearing a large sling on his left arm after surgery to repair his AC joint. The sling has now been shed. Siemian gave Troy Renck of Denver7 an update regarding his status. “I am out of the sling and…
A power blip in Philadelphia tonight left Comcast SportsNet a bit baffled as hosts blathered amongst themselves about what was happening, going almost a full minute before realizing that they were live on the air—teaching us all that The Process is not automated. Read more...
Australia’s immigration department has overturned a “heartless” decision that left a Sydney teen who has autism facing imminent deportation. Australian media report that 16-year-old Sumaya Bhuiyan, who has been living in the country with her family since 2009, was granted permanent residency Friday. Show More Summary
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North Dakota Senate majority leader Sen. Rich Wardner (R-Dickinson), center, along with Sen. Dwight Cook (R-Mandan), left, and House majority leader Rep. Al Carlson (R-Fargo) and Rep. Craig Headland (R-Montpelier), back right TOM STROMME...Show More Summary
On Tuesday morning's MSNBC Live, Louise Mensch, though she claims to be a conservative, put forth what I suspect will be the left's core economic argument if the economy improves under Donald Trump. That argument: The economy is "fantastic" already, and Trump will have had nothing to do with whatever economic improvements over what is already "fantastic" we might see.
Soon after Awful Announcing reported that FS1 has decided not to renew Garbage Time (at least in its current format), the network has decided to cancel another show that started off with so much promise, but was ultimately left to wilt. Show More Summary
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) thinks that he is living in an alternate reality. The Hill quotes Kaine as saying, “I wake up some mornings and it seems like the campaign was a dream, and I wake up other mornings and think I might be living through some alternate reality now.” I have news for [...]Show More Summary
If you live in your head, reality always comes as a surprise. And you never have to change your mind.
Days Of Our Lives has gone through many changes in the past few years. Veteran actors have left, new characters are brought in, and then there is the debate among fans about certain recastings. Behind the scenes, there were also some changes, such as new writers. Show More Summary
"The spirit of the greatest grace note left hand snare drummer will live on thru all of us," Questlove wrote in tribute.
Left of Black S7:E15: #OscarsBlackAF? On this episode of Left of Black recorded with a live audience at the John Hope Franklin Center, host Mark Anthony Neal (@NewBlackMan) is joined by film scholars Stephane Dunn (@DrStephaneDunn) and Natalie Bullock Brown (@NatalieBB2) in a wide ranging discussion of the current state of Black filmmaking. Show More Summary
Adrien Broner meets Adrian Granados tonight on Showtime. Bad Left Hook will be here with live, round-by-round coverage for all three fights on tonight’s Showtime tripleheader, starting at 9 pm ET, with Adrien Broner facing Adrian Granados...Show More Summary
GUEST: It’s an esports world, and we’re just living in it. It might have seemed liked hyperbole to say this a few years ago, but it’s become impossible to ignore the mammoth impact esports have left on gaming. Game developers can’t shrug about esports now that finals of last year’s League of Legends world championship pulled […]
I came to the Grateful Dead late by some standards, and left its orbit early by most. My first album was the band’s third, “Aoxomoxoa,” which I purchased shortly after its release in 1969, and I didn’t experience the Dead live until 1970. Show More Summary
"Live" host Kelly Ripa's hurt reaction to the departure of cohost Michael Strahan may not have been an isolated incident. In a recent interview on "Larry King Now," former "Live" cohost Regis Philbin said that Ripa didn't take his retirement...Show More Summary
When Regis Philbin and Larry King met up to reminisce about their old TV days, Regis lamented that he’d been cast aside from Live! With Kelly after he left the show to retire. His old co-host took his exit personally, he said, and they haven’t spoken. “Did they ask you ... More »
Haiti’s 2010 earthquake has left more than physical scars. In one of the country’s two psychiatric hospitals, chronically ill patients live in cell-like rooms while staff lack the resources to treat them Continue reading...