Monthly Archives: February 2018

Lehigh University Faculty Overwhelmingly Vote To Ask Trustees To Rescind Trump Honorary Degree

Faculty members at Lehigh University have weighed in on whether the university should rescind President Donald Trump’s honorary degree. University officials told 69 News Tuesday afternoon that faculty voted to rescind the

Disney Donates $1M to Boys & Girls Clubs of America in Celebration of ‘Black Panther’

The Walt Disney Co. on Monday announced it has made a $1 million donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) in celebration of Black Panther.   The Marvel Studios superhero

“Lost in a Dream” Karaoke Competition Promises $20,000 Prize!

“Lost in a Dream,” the theme song for Vietnamese actress, singer and philanthropist Ha Phuong’s new feature film, Finding Julia, takes center stage in a karaoke-style competition. Professional and amateur singers alike are invited to record

Oscars Parking Restrictions, Street Closures Go Into Effect in Hollywood

Parking restrictions and street closures began Sunday around the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood in preparation for the 90th Academy Awards Ceremony March 4, authorities said Saturday.  There will be no parking starting

N.Y. Times Developing Television News Series

The New York Times is developing a television news program, according to a recent job listing on their site for an editor/executive producer.  Described as “an ambitious television news series that seeks

Comcast Rivals 21st Century Fox With Planned $31B Bid for Sky

U.S. cable giant and NBCUniversal owner Comcast has outlined an unsolicited $31 billion (£22 billion) takeover bid proposal for European pay TV giant Sky, offering more than Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox.

Prolific White House Mistress Set To Appear Before House Intel Committee In Russia Probe Tuesday

White House communications director Hope Hicks is expected to testify privately in front of the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday morning as part of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016

Extremely Rare ‘One In A Million’ Yellow Cardinal Spotted In Alabama (VIDEO)

Biologists say a woman in Alabama has a “one in a million” house guest as an extremely rare yellow cardinal has been filmed snacking at the homeowner’s bird feeder repeatedly.   “I

L.A. City Councilmember Declares Feb. 27 as ‘Coco’ Day, The Disney/Pixar Film Has Crossed $847M

Los Angeles City Councilmember Gil Cedillo has declared Tuesday, Feb. 27, as “Coco Day in L.A.,” celebrating the animated film at City Hall on the same day as the film is released

Former Fox News Anchor Gretchen Carlson Attached to Epix Series ‘America Divided’

Gretchen Carlson is returning to the small screen. Carlson, whose July 2016 lawsuit against former Fox News head honcho Roger Ailes set off a wave of departures from the network, will be