Monday, September 18, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Lady Gaga had to cancel her concert in Brazil after experiencing 'severe pain' and having to be hospitalized. 
  • Harry Dean Stanton, the character actor in such films as Alien, Paris, Texas and Repo Man, has died. He was 91. 
  • Comedian Bill Cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges will begin on April 2 in Norristown, Pennsylvania, a judge ruled on Friday. 
  • The national newspaper USA Today turns 35 this year. 
  • They say that one of the results of those hurricanes around the country will be higher homeowner's insurance rates. 
  • Baseball is already talking about next year -- like many of the teams. The Oakland A's have announced they will have a free home game in April of 2018. While Major League Baseball will have its earliest Opening Day ever on March 29th next year. 
  • Stephon Marbury says he wants to make an NBA comeback at age 40. 
  • Texas has called in the U.S. Air Force to fight the surge of mosquitoes following Hurricane Harvey. 
  • Now they're talking about self-piloting ships and that they could be ready in three years. 
  • So, they're bringing back the Polaroid camera with instant film. Yes, film. 
  • Donald Trump has taken up the offer of an 11-year-old named Frank to mow the Rose Garden lawn. 
  • 71-year-old Bette Midler fell during a performance of Hello Dolly last week and while it gave the audience a scare, she's said to be fine. 
  • Fergie and Josh Duhamel have announced their separation after 8 years of marriage. 
  • Kathie Lee Gifford's mom passed away last week at the age of 87. 
  • Heather Locklear drove her Porsche into a ditch last Thursday. Some damage to the car, but she's fine. 
  • U2 canceled their St. Louis show amid unrest over acquittal of cop Jason Stockley. 
  • NASA's Cassini exploration craft ended it's 20-year mission with a fiery crash into Saturn's atmosphere. 

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