• The Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting that 2016-17 will include a "big chill" in the winter, a "big swamp" in the spring and a "big sweat" in the summer.
  • On Friday, a judge formally approved Caitlyn Jenner's request to formally change her name and gender.
  • Kenny Rogers announced on NBC's "The Today Show" Friday that his next world tour commencing in 2016 will be his last.
  • 38-year-old Liv Tyler says she's feeling it -- "There are lots of exciting parts to play in Hollywood these days... if you're in your 20s."
  • The theme of the next James Bond movie, "The Writing's on the Wall" by Sam Smith, is out there.
  • He plays Jim Gordan and she's Dr. Thompkins on "Gotham." Benjamin McKenzie and Morena Baccarin have a love interest on the show and off-screen... And, they just announced, they're having a baby.
  • According to the rumor mill: Gisele B√ľndchen allegedly threatened to divorce her husband, Tom Brady, after learning he was once flying high in a private jet with Ben Affleck's former nanny and rumored mistress, Christine Ouzonian.
  • They're working on a "Men in Black" trilogy that hopefully hits theaters within a couple of years. But alas, no Will Smith.
  • Courtney Love and Curt Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean, got married... but failed to invite mom to the wedding.
  • Ragnar the Viking -- the bearded, motorcycle-riding mascot of Minnesota's NFL team -- missed his first home game in 21 years last Sunday over a salary dispute. Joe Juranitch, the man inside the costume wanted a raise, from his current $1,500 per game to $20,000 per game. They told him to take a hike.
  • FOX has signed a contract for a new Miami-based series, "305." The executive producer: Pitbull!
  • An Irish farmer is complaining about Brad Pitt... and that the production of his latest movie nearby is scaring his chickens.
  • For the first time in its history, Fordham University has rescinded an honorary degree. Yep, the one they gave Bill Cosby.
  • Fed Chair Janet Yellen says she expects an interest rate hike by the end of the year.
  • A report says a growing number of Californians believe the drought is not real but a government conspiracy.
  • A study says that half of all seafood in the U.S. goes to waste.
  • A new study has found that 8 percent of Americans sleep naked.


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