Foster the People's biggest hit to date is taking a hit in terms of radio airplay. Though 'Pumped Up Kicks' is almost two years old, the debut single from the Los Angeles-based band still had some residual airplay on Top 40 stations. However, it's dwindling much faster following the Newtown, C.T. school shooting on Dec. 16.
When I went back to the Washington D.C. area for my grandmother's funeral last weekend, a good friend of the family invited me to tour his work facility. How do you turn down a chance to go inside the Discovery Networks? Well, you don't! Cory and I had a video editing class together at Fenton High School. Since then, he has gone on to be an editing wizard for the Discovery Channel and its sister networks.
Michael Clarke Duncan was laid to rest yesterday in Los Angeles and a number of his friends were on hand to share their memories of the larger-than-life actor including Jay Leno, Holly Robinson-Peete, Stevie Wonder and his 'Green Mile' co-star Tom Hanks. Below you can watch Hanks speak lovingly about his favorite Michael Clarke Duncan story, which had the audience laughing.
"But wait, there's more!" That's the catchphrase that infomercial pioneer, marketing mastermind Barry Becher carved into American vocabulary. Best known for promoting Ginsu Knives, the kitchen tool that could cut tomatoes and two by fours, Becher passed away from complications of kidney cancer.
This is an incredibly sad story from Brazil, in which a two-year-old boy was pronounced dead, and then bolted awake from his casket hours before his funeral. Unfortunately, he lived for only a few moments before his lifeless body collapsed again into the casket.
Bob Perani played his first game as the goalie with the Flint Generals on New Year's eve of 1969. He played five years with the Generals before retiring from the sport that he loved. A few years later, Perani would get back into the game of hockey when he opened Bob Perani's Sports Shop in 1976. His little store in Flint grew. Exponentially. Now known as Perani's Hockey World, it's considered the largest independent hockey equipment distributor in the world.
There will be no confusion or fighting over property and money following Whitney Houston‘s death. Houston reportedly left everything to her only daughter Bobbi Kristina. It's probably not considered a surprise that former husband Bobby Brown, was left entirely out of the will.
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