• Now the rumor is that ESPN is going after NBC's Al Michaels and former quarterback Peyton Manning for its Monday Night Football broadcast booth.
  • SXSW organizers have been ordered to cancel festival over coronavirus concerns. The decision was handed down by Austin City Health officials. Organizers say they will work to reschedule or move it online.
  • This weekend was supposed to be the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle. Ain't happening. "Postponed" is what they're saying.
  • In that upcoming Hillary documentary on HULU, Bill Clinton says he had the affair with Monica Lewinsky while he was in office because it helped to "manage my anxieties."
  • Because of the coronavirus, Tinder is warning its users to "maintain social distance," whatever that means.
  • We know Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are engaged and expecting. We've also heard that the couple was planning a wedding in Japan, but now the coronavirus has them postponing it.
  • Sales at Costco are 12% over what they were a year ago, to no one's surprise.
  • French automaker Citroen has unveiled the Ami, a tiny 2-passenger electric car that's designed from the outset to be as cheap as possible. The car isn't very fast and it looks a bit like a washing machine, but it only costs around $6,600.
  • Taylor Swift donated $1 million towards helping the Tennessee tornado victims.
  • Tony Robbins raised $18 million for charity as part of his 60th birthday celebration.
  • One more thing to worry about-they say that with people staying at home and working from there, it could be a big strain on the Internet. For Pete's sake.
  • A poll says half of American travelers are reconsidering international trips because of coronavirus.
  • Twitter is testing tweets that disappear after 24 hours.
  • Miley Cyrus displayed her newest tattoo of a naked woman on her arm.
  • Haagen Dazs is offering a new line of light ice cream with less calories and fat.
  • Italy is banning fans from all sporting matches through April 3.


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