• Mid-July is already shaping up to be a busy time. Amazon announced that their annual Prime Day is going to be two days this year, July 15th and 16th. Now, on the 17th, Robert Mueller is going to testify publicly before congress.
  • Beth Chapman, who with her husband Duane "Dog" Chapman starred in the popular reality series "Dog the Bounty Hunter," died Wednesday in a Honolulu hospital.
  • Connor Jessup from "American Crime" chose the occasion of his 25th birthday this week to come out as gay.
  • "The Office" is leaving Netflix after 2021, to become part of NBC's new streaming service that will launch early next year.
  • Wendy's is bringing back their spicy chicken nuggets after two years, following a request from Chance the Rapper on Twitter, that caught fire on the Internet -- as in two million likes and 410,000 retweets.
  • Move over Spanx, Kim Kardashian has launched her own shapewear line of undergarments called Kimono Solutionwear.
  • For the second year, Target is going to offer teachers a weeklong 15% discount on select items starting July 13.
  • On Tuesday, San Francisco voted to ban sales of e-cigarettes, making it illegal to sell nicotine vaporizer products in stores or for online retailers to ship the goods to San Francisco addresses.
  • Pamela Anderson has abruptly ended her 2-year relationship with French soccer player Adil Rami, who she claims cheated on her.
  • The city of West Hollywood approved a proposal to remove President Trump's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, citing recent costly vandalism and recent demonstrations around the star. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will have the final say.
  • France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Poland, Belgium and Austria are going through a brutal heatwave this week, with the high temperature in some places tomorrow hitting 113-degrees.
  • Cardi B has pled not guilty to charges of getting into a bar fight.
  • Ryan Murphy is adapting the Tony Award-nominated and LGBTQ-friendly musical "The Prom" for Netflix, with big names: like Meryl Streep, Ariana Grande, Nicole Kidman, James Corden, and Keegan-Michael Key.
  • K-Pop band BTS announced that their third movie is on the way. "Bring The Soul: The Movie" -- and no, that's not what BTS stands for -- will begin screening in limited locations August 7.
  • Alex Rodriguez and Kylie Jenner are having an online feud, after Alex claimed he chatted with Kylie and all she did was talk about how rich she was.


Popular posts from this blog

Fall Book Discussion and Movie Series

Book discussion group to meet

City Page Survey