Tuesday, April 11, 2017


  • The Cardinals and Cowboys kick off the 2017 preseason in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 3. 
  • Chelsea Brown, a dancer and actress who appeared on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In," has died at age 69. 
  • Fresh Express has recalled its Organic Marketside Spring Mix from Walmart stores in the Southeastern United States after a dead bat was found inside a packaged salad in Florida. 
  • Paul O'Neill, the founder of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, has died at 61. 
  • The U.S. Supreme Court is now back at full strength with nine judges on the bench. Neil Gorsuch was sworn in yesterday. 
  • Yesterday marked the beginning of Passover. On the Christian side, Good Friday and Easter roll around this weekend. 
  • Former Atlanta Brave Otis Nixon went to play golf on Saturday morning and hasn't been seen since. 
  • Tim Pigott-Smith, a versatile British actor who recently played Prince Charles on stage and screen, has died at age 70. 
  • The Seattle Mariners ballpark is offering tacos topped with ground insects. 
  • Ford has designed a baby crib that simulates a car ride. 
  • Senator Bernie Sanders has launched his own self-titled podcast. 
  • The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum has switched over to being operated by solar power. 
  • A New Jersey man recently admitted to stealing $20,000 worth of ginger ale from a grocery store. 
  • A new study found that plastic surgeons make an average of $354,000 per year. 
  • The gossip rags are insisting that Kanye and Kim are this close to a breaking point. 
  • Britney Spears Las Vegas residency ends in December. 
  • Mariah Carey and her rebound boy, Bryan Tanaka, have supposedly called it quits. 
  • Mel B says that Simon Cowell helped push her to leave her allegedly abusive husband. 
  • Just months after welcoming a baby together, Janet Jackson has left her husband. He was number three. 
  • They say the supply of homes for sale hasn't been this low in 20 years.

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