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BW Manilowe

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  1. Neither is the “Kids Say the Darndest Things” reboot, which was hosted by Tiffany Haddish. It’s also canceled.
  2. From Inside the Magic.net: Longtime Disney Animator Ann Sullivan Dies of Coronavirus
  3. From Primetimer: ABC Renews 13 Shows, Including Freshman Shows Stumptown and Mixed-ish
  4. Alex O’Loughlin Interview with Martial Arts Podcast The Infernocast (VIDEO) This lasts about 1 hour & 11 minutes. If you’re into martial arts & Alex, this is probably right up your alley. If you’re just into Alex, it’s at least a way to kill an hour & change, watching & listening to him talk. He does mention Scott Caan at least once, in the context of Scott apparently got him into doing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (I thought Alex already knew that type of Jiu-Jitsu before they met). Confession: I haven’t played the entire podcast yet, so I don’t know if there are anymore show/cast-related references.
  5. From NBC News: Annie Glenn, Widow of Late Astronaut and US Senator John Glenn, Dies of Coronavirus She was 100 years old & is survived by their son & daughter.
  6. From NBC News— College Admissions Scandal: Mom Who Paid $400,000 to Get Son Into UCLA Is Sentenced The woman, Xiaoning Sui, a Canadian resident from Surrey, British Columbia, was sentenced to time served—about 5 months—& ordered to pay a $250,000 fine for bribing her son’s way into UCLA as a soccer recruit (he didn’t even play the sport competitively).
  7. From ET Online: Geno Silva, ‘Scarface’ Actor, Dead at 72 The cause of death was complications of frontotemporal degeneration, a form of dementia.
  8. From People: Meghan and Prince Harry Begin to Pay Back Renovation Costs of Their UK Home
  9. From Yahoo! Twilight Actor Gregory Tyree Boyce Dead at 30 According to the linked article, he was known for playing Tyler Crowley in the Twilight films. He & his girlfriend were both found dead in their Las Vegas condo, discovered by his cousin who noticed his car was still there when he was supposed to have been in LA. No cause of death has been announced. Boyce leaves behind a 10-year-old daughter; his girlfriend leaves behind a baby boy, Egypt. The article headline referred to Boyce as a Twilight “star”; I changed the reference to “actor” because, while I have heard of the movies/books, I’ve never heard of him... so his character apparently wasn’t as prominent as those of Robert Pattinson &/or Kristen Stewart, actual stars of the movies.
  10. I guess you’d say it is. Most do things like continuing to promote the causes the celebrity cared about during their life, or annual events still held in the celebrity’s name. I follow at least a couple of official celebrity accounts on Twitter in the names of celebrities who are no longer with us, like the 1 that belonged to the late Dame Elizabeth Taylor (I began following her account before she died) &, as I remember, her account tends to post about AIDS-related things, like her foundation; or maybe something on the anniversary of her birth or other dates that were special during her life, though it really doesn’t post that much.
  11. And they brought a lot of tourism (aka an economic boost) to the Las Vegas/Nevada economy for years; especially once their Masters of the Impossible show opened at The Mirage in the 90’s. Of course, the other shows they appeared in prior to that added to the local/state economy but it really was boosted when they began their own headliner show at The Mirage. Plus they gave a lot to, & otherwise did a lot for, charitable causes, especially those connected to the LGBTQ Community, over the years. So I agree with @Bruinsfan here.
  12. From Fox 5 Las Vegas: Nevada Governor Sisolak Orders Flags at Half Staff in Honor of Roy Horn
  13. From Disney Parks: How to Make the Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake From the 50’s Prime Time Café at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida (VIDEO)
  14. I love his 2 little lower teeth, smack in the front & center of his mouth.
  15. Regarding the bolded: Not necessarily. I know it was a few years ago now, but it’s still a valid example. When Beth Howland, the actress who played ditzy Mel’s Diner waitress Vera in Alice, died she died on New Year’s Eve of 2015 & her husband, actor Charles Kimbrough, who played FYI anchor Jim Dial on Murphy Brown, didn’t announce it until the middle of May, 2016... almost 5 months later. If you can keep a death quiet for almost 5 months, you can definitely keep 1 quiet for 10 days... piece of cake.
  16. From Fox 11 Los Angeles: Sports Academy Retires ‘Mamba’ From Its Name ‘Out of Respect’ for Kobe Bryant’s Legacy
  17. The Inn at Little Washington, in Virginia. My parents & brother have all eaten there.
  18. Wasn’t fellow singer David Crosby (Crosby, Stills, & Nash/Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young) the man who provided the sperm for Beckett & his sister, Bailey Jean? Or did he provide the sperm for the younger twins? I remember it being a sort of big deal in the news awhile back, that he was the biological father of 1 or 2 of Melissa’s children, but I can’t remember from which relationship.
  19. And here is the video of the couple’s wedding/the reunion of the cast from The Office.
  20. From USA Today: Bryan Adams Apologizes After Expletive-Ridden Coronavirus Rant Calling Out ‘Bat-Eating’ People
  21. HBO Max Is Rebooting Head of the Class with the Scrubs Creator
  22. Besides Taco Bell, the following restaurants & snack shops (for lack of a better name) are currently selling DIY kits for making their products at home: Auntie Anne’s Pretzels They give you everything but the butter. You apparently make the pretzels from the beginning (the dough stage). You can make the original or cinnamon sugar kind. $20 each. Available online until supplies run out. Dunkin (Donuts) and Baskin-Robbins Dunkin’s selling large (9 donuts) & small donut (4 donuts) kits. They supply the donuts (which sound like they’re cake donuts); you get 3 choices of frosting & 3 choices of sprinkles to decorate the donuts with. The donut kits are available at select stores across the country. The small kit is $5.99; the large is $9.99. The Baskin-Robbins sundae kits are mentioned after the Dunkin donut kits, in the same, linked, article about the donuts (Dunkin & Baskin-Robbins are owned by the same corporate parent). As for the Baskin-Robbins sundae kits, you get 2 quarts of ice cream; 1 “wet” topping (like hot fudge or caramel sauce, etc.); 2 “dry” toppings (sprinkles, cookie dough, etc.); a full can of whipped cream & the cherries for the top. You also get 5 sundae cups, spoons & napkins. They’re $24.99, available at participating Baskin-Robbins locations nationwide for a limited time.
  23. From the Las Vegas Review-Journal: Roy Horn Cremated; Siegfried Will Keep Ashes in Las Vegas
  24. On Sunday night at 9PM Eastern, the Smithsonian Channel is airing the first episode of a series titled An American Aristocrat’s Guide to Great Estates. It’s hosted by an American-born woman, Julie Montagu, who’s now (HRH?) the Viscountess Hinchingbrooke through her marriage to (HRH?) the Viscount Hinchingbrooke. If this interests you, check your local listings, etc., for the Smithsonian Channel on your preferred method of watching TV (cable/satellite or streaming).
  25. From USA Today: ‘It Is Your Wedding’: John Krasinski Organizes ‘Office’ Cast Reunion for Couple’s Wedding
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