• Jeff Bezos says that his space company, Blue Origin, plans to land on the moon by 2024.
  • Victoria's Secret Fashion Show to leave network TV after returning to ABC last year.
  • A new study says that Denmark has the least feminists. Only one in six considered themselves a feminist.
  • They counted them up and, sadly, there are more tigers in cages in this world than running around free.
  • Anne Hathaway brags that she can swear perfectly in sign language.
  • Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have teamed up again for another song, this one dropping on Friday, called "I Don't Care."
  • Steven Spielberg and his production company Amblin Television have pulled out of the CBS hit show "Bull" months after sexual harassment allegations against the show's star, Michael Weatherly.
  • Jim Fowler, the longtime co-host and host of the TV show Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom," died Wednesday at his home in Norwalk, Connecticut. He was 89.
  • Marvel Studios plans to reveal one of its characters is gay in an upcoming film.
  • ABC has canceled "Splitting Up Together" and "Speechless" while CBS has axed "Fam," "Life in Pieces," "Murphy Brown" and "Happy Together." FOX has canceled "Lethal Weapon."
  • Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's surrogate mother is in labor with their 4th child.
  • Party City plans to close 45 of its 870 stores in 2019, they say, in part, due to a world-wide helium shortage.
  • After the Georgia governor signed a controversial abortion ban into law, several production companies have announced they'll no longer shoot movies or TV shows in that state anymore.
  • World Famous chef Virgilio Martinez was stopped at the Los Angeles airport with a duffel bag full of piranhas.
  • The owner of Schick Razors has bought Harry's for $1.37 billion.
  • The Minnesota Twins sold 20,000 tickets in under 24 hours after dropping the price to $5.
  • Sears has a new logo (that looks a lot like AirBnB's) and a new slogan: "Making moments matter."
  • McDonald's is testing out a meatless hamburger in Germany.
  • A new study claims that the back seats of Uber and Lyft cars are technically germier than toilet seats.


Popular posts from this blog

City Page Survey

Fall Book Discussion and Movie Series

Book discussion group to meet