Click here to hear my conversation with Neil Diamond just before the holidays, discussing his career, his engagement, and his tour, coming to the Q July 1st.
It’s in Spanish but it really doesn’t matter. This news anchor in Puerto Rico tripped over a word the other night, and you can decide if he didn't realize he was on live TV, or just didn’t care when you see his reaction.
It reminds me of this scene where Jim Carrey's character messes with Steve Carrell as a news anchor in "Bruce Almighty"
Watch this guy cutting up an entire watermelon in under 30 seconds and NOT to manage to lop off any fingers. Pretty amazing
In an interview on Steve Harvey's show today, Oprah says the one thing she misses most from her old talk show is: Quote, "The camaraderie with the audience every day."
It's a tribute to the original video game, now the "world's largest game of Pong" Played at the Philadelphia Cira Centre
Looks like a recognizable name could be the frontrunner for the Cavs head coaching job. Mike Brown, who took us to the playoffs during the LeBron years. Our sportsman Andre Knott from sister station WTAM has the latest on that possibility. Below.
By Andre Knott
search could mean the return of a familiar face. Former Cavs head coach Mike
Brown met with the Cavs Sunday night and it appears he may be the frontrunner
for the job. Read more: [Story Here]
Neil Diamond flew from LA to Boston on his own dime to surprise Red Sox fans and sing their traditional "Sweet Caroline" live at Fenway Saturday afternoon. [Click here for the story]
It was a special night in New York on April 11th when Sting and his wife Trudy where honored by the We Are Family Foundation for their work on behalf of the rainforests for so long.
The foundation is headed up by Nancy Hunt and Chic founder and producer Nile Rodgers. Helping honor Sting, was special musical guest Sam Moore of Sam & Dave. Here are dueting on Sting's Police hit "Every Breath you Take"
One of the most recognizable voices in broadcast history was silenced Tuesday. NFL announcer Pat Summerall has passed away at the age of 82 in the hospital where he was recovering from hip surgery. A former kicker, he was still playing when he became an announcer, and eventually teamed up with John Madden to become the premiere NFL announcing team in the modern era.
I love John Madden’s released statement… "Pat was my broadcasting partner for a long time, but more than that he was my friend for all of these years," Madden said in a statement. "We never had one argument, and that was because of Pat. He was a great broadcaster and a great man. He always had a joke. Pat never complained and we never had an unhappy moment. He was something very special. Pat Summerall is the voice of football and always will be."
Here’s the story [ Click here ]
Here’s Pat’s opening for the 1992 NFC Championship Game with John Madden
Try to ignore the annoying guy doing the interviewing here and focus on Pat to hear him tell his story a bit. This proves that on top of everything else Pat sure was quite a tolerant man as well.
For those of us who loved "Leave It to Beaver" (even if for people like me it was in reruns) this is a sad loss. Frank Bank, who played Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford, passed away on Saturday at 71.
After “…Beaver” ended, Bank became a bond broker and helped some of the cast with the money they made on the series and beyond.
Jerry Mathers, who played "Beaver" wrote on his Facebook page, "I was so sad to hear today of the passing of my dear friend and business associate Frank Bank, who played Lumpy on 'Leave it to Beaver.' He was a character and always kept us laughing. My deepest condolences to Frank's family."
Here’s the news story in his passing [Click here]
Here’s Lumpy being Lumpy
Here’s one of the fun things he did in later years, associated with his character on the show.