• A photo has surfaced of Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister, wearing brown face makeup at a party at the private school where he was teaching in the spring of 2001.
  • AT&T is said to be exploring ways of getting rid of DirectTV.
  • Alec Baldwin's wife, Hilaria, has shared that she is pregnant again after revealing she suffered a miscarriage this year. That will be their fifth child together.
  • Brand new in Seattle -- Dreamboyz Espresso, where hunky men with their shirts off serve up coffee.
  • Kodi Lee-the autistic and blind piano-playing singer-won the 14th season of "America's Got Talent."
  • Porn star Jessica Jaymes was found dead in her home at age 43. She was actually a sixth-grade teacher three years before switching careers.
  • Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who played Zack in "Saved by the Bell," says he wasn't called about being part of the reunion show.
  • Antonio Banderas says that his ex-wife, Melanie Griffith, is one of his best friends.
  • Lady Gaga's new makeup line is now out there and available on Amazon, with everything under $30.
  • Louise Signore, who lives in the Bronx in New York, and is 107 years old says the secret to her long life is maintaining a healthy diet, regular exercise and the fact she never got married.
  • Orange Pepsi? They've made 1,100 bottles of the stuff-orange color, but tastes like Pepsi-to salute the Cleveland Browns as they make their first appearance on "Sunday Night Football" in 11 years this Sunday. They'll be given away the stuff at a special tailgate party prior to the game.
  • The German airline Lufthansa is going to celebrate Octoberfest again this year, with the flight attendants wearing Bavarian Beer Garden outfits on certain flights, beginning this weekend.
  • To mark the release of the "Downton Abbey" movie, the owners of Highclere Castle -- that very place you've seen in the show -- have listed their home on Airbnb at a rate of £150 (approx. $187). The chosen pair will be invited to share dinner with the Earl and Countess in the state dining room, followed by coffee in the library. They will then retire to one of the gallery bedrooms with views overlooking 1,000 acres of parkland. Applications open on October 1, with the stay set for November 26.
  • USDish is looking for the ultimate Stephen King fan. If you're the winner of their contest, you'll watch 13 movie adaptations of his spookiest stories, and get paid for it: $1300.
  • Hearsefest is happening tomorrow, in Fowlerville, Michigan. Basically, a hearse car show with a costume contest, "LIVE" entertainment with Slasher Dave, Pine Box derby and tons of vendors. It only costs 2 bucks if you would like to go spectate. And Butch Patrick, better known as child werewolf Eddie Munster from The Munsters, will be on hand for autographs and photos, along with the Munster Coach and Dracula cars from the show. The event used to be held in Hell, Michigan, but it has outgrown Hell... and moved 30 miles north to the fairgrounds. So, yes, the show is now bigger than Hell.
  • If you're looking for something to worry about, some experts are saying that North Korea could have 40 nuclear bombs by next year.
  • A study says overweight people are more likely to have overweight dogs.
  • Another study says that Orlando is the most dangerous city to walk in.
  • There's a company that's offering a one-night stay at the North Pole for 105,000.
  • Half of Americans 65 and over tip more than 20% at restaurants, the highest of any group.
  • World Car-Free Day is this Sunday where people are urged to not use their car all day.
  • A survey of 2,000 Brits showed that those over the age of 55 were the happiest... while those in the 25-34 range were the least happy.
  • Tomorrow was supposed to be the day that people stormed Area 51. The original organizer has called it off, but some people still plan to show up. Should be interesting.
  • And now, Nike has dropped Antonio Brown in light of all the accusations being made about him.
  • IOS 13, the latest version of Apple's operating system is now available for download.


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