• Legendary, Kirk Douglas, star of "Champion," "The Bad and the Beautiful," "Lust for Life," "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral" and "Spartacus" has died. He was 103.
  • The 144th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is this Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, at Madison Square Garden. They're a Westminster debut breed: the Azawakh.
  • Kirk Douglas passed away yesterday at the age of 103.
  • Macy's plans to close around 125 more stores and layoff upwards of 2,000 corporate people.
  • They had the Super Bowl Victory parade through downtown Kansas City yesterday. In Missouri.
  • Wendy's is getting into the breakfast biz with the Breakfast Baconator, Frosty-ccino and Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit.
  • Kobe Bryant's body has been released to his family, so they can now begin planning a funeral for him and Gianna.
  • Another possible outcome from the corona virus-a medical mask shortage, since most of them come from China, where they really need them.
  • Fran Drescher tells of the time that Donald Trump was a special guest on "The Nanny" and how the original script called for the line, "All you millionaires are alike!" One of Trump's assistants slipped a note to the director that he was a "billionaire, not a millionaire." The line was changed to "zillionaire" and everyone was happy.
  • 65% of smart thermostat owners and purchase intenders would pay $10 per month for an energy consumption monitoring service.
  • Shaquille O'Neal's son, Shareef, has gotten a couple of tattoos to honor the late Kobe Bryant.
  • Katy Perry has been named by Britain's Prince Charles as an ambassador of the British Asian Trust charity.
  • Back in December, Chris Cornell's widow sued Soundgarden over royalty payments and ownership rights to seven unreleased songs. Now, the group has countersued.
  • A study says a sneeze travels farther than most people would expect. Would you believe 25 feet?
  • Pittsburgh has been rated as the top city for newlyweds. Anyone think of why?
  • A study says 8% of those in Seattle work remotely.


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