• They're calling this flu season "the most active we've seen in 15 years." If you're sick, stay at home. Please.
  • Billboard Magazine has named Taylor Swift their "Woman of the Decade."
  • You know how you call 9-1-1 for emergencies? The FCC has approved a new three-digit phone number for suicide prevention -- 9-8-8. That'll put you through to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.
  • Yesterday was the 80th anniversary of "Gone with the Wind." You're not going to be the hoopla you'd see for "Wizard of Oz" or any other legendary movie. With its depiction of race and slavery, a 'woke' Hollywood feels it's no longer a movie to be celebrated.
  • Microsoft has unveiled their next generation video game box-the Xbox Series X. It'll be available for Christmas next year. Also arriving in time for the holidays next year, Playstation 5.
  • Huey Lewis admits that when he first got the diagnosis about his hearing loss, he felt suicidal.
  • Lenny Kravitz says that when he and Lisa Bonet first split up, he couldn't sleep more than two hours a night.
  • TLC is getting some heat for a new series called "Hot and Heavy," about mixed-weight couples.
  • They say that 47.5 million Americans will be flying over the Christmas holiday season. Pre-Christmas, the busiest flying days are December 20 and 21. Post-Christmas, the busiest travel days are December 26 and 27, when everyone heads home.
  • Oscar-nominated actor Danny Aiello, known for films including "Bang the Drum Slowly", "Do the Right Thing" and "The Godfather Part II," died last Thursday at age 86.
  • The mansion used in "The Beverly Hillbillies" has sold for $150 million, including the cee-ment pond.
  • France is raising its retirement age from 62 to 64 despite massive protests.


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