THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • The pope has turned down a suggestion that would allow the Catholic church to ordain married men as priests.
  • Over a year after claiming he was attacked on the cold streets of Chicago, Jussie Smollett will be back in court in the Windy City on February 24 to face six counts of disorderly conduct by a Cook County grand jury over falsely reporting the assault.
  • In San Francisco, a parking spot is for sale -- yours for only $100,000.
  • Corey Feldman has produced a documentary called, "My Truth: the Rape of Two Coreys" and is showing it one time only on the Internet to people who buy tickets that'll go on sale February 22. The documentary will air March 9th in which he'll supposedly name some powerful people in Hollywood who are part of a pedophile ring.
  • Siba the Standard Poodle won the "Best in Show" at the 144th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York. Bourbon the Whippet was the runner-up.
  • A survey says 62% of student loan borrowers would give up the right to vote in 2020 if their debt was forgiven.
  • Anna Kournikova and Enrique Iglesias have produced one more gorgeous child, although they're being secretive about it. We know it was born in the past month, just not sure when or if it's a boy or a girl.
  • 7% of U.S. broadband households owned a plug-in electric vehicle at the end of 2019.
  • Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union have a 12-year-old that was their son, but no identifies as a girl named Zaya.
  • Movie star Michael Douglas is claiming that his late father Kirk Douglas used some of his final words, before he died last Wednesday at the age of 103, to praise Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg. Supposedly, Michael leaned over and his dad said, "Mike can get it done."
  • Face tattoos are all the rage these days. I'm going to let the fad pass, but Chris Brown is the latest to add on-this time, an Air Jordan 3, tattooed on his cheek, just below his right ear.
  • Both Andrew Yang and Michael Bennett have dropped out of the Democratic presidential race.
  • Country music's Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren Akins gave birth to their third child together on Monday-a girl, Lennon Love Akins.
  • A guy in Los Angeles violated all the rules of discretion this past week. I mean, you would think if you had 50-pounds of cocaine in your trunk that you wouldn't drive 85-mph, weaving in and out of traffic, with your wife and infant child in the car.
  • Meanwhile, in August, Maine, this week, a man was pulled over for alleged drunk driving while making his way on a riding lawn mower.
  • There's a name for it: Valentighting. That's when you dump someone right before Valentine's Day.
  • It started with a social media post that claimed NASA said you could stand a broom up by itself on a certain day. It turns out you can do it any day, with practice and now, people are posting pictures of them and their booms standing up.
  • The founder of the South African group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Joseph Shabalala, has died at age 78.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Cave Fest 2020

Born On This Day...

Live Show 2-5pm Today Arizona Time - Music To Grill By