Neil Patrick Harris, host of the 87th Academy Awards, compares the Oscars to other shows, his shyness & being starstruck, Neil’s favorite Oscar Hosts & what he’ll do this Sunday, what he’ll do backstage, and what he plans to wear!
“Yes! We got it baby!!” How many times does Weatherman Jim Cantore experience thundersnow in Boston??! Remarkably 6 Times! Watch him geek out as Winter Storm Neptune intensifies off the New England coast!
EVEN BETTER, CHECK OUT THIS SPLIT SCREEN OF A TODDLER’S REACTION TO THE WEATHERMAN JIM CANTORE BELOW
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Berry College In Georgia has cameras – there are three – focused on bald eagles nesting in a 100-foot-tall pine tree near the athletic and recreation center on Berry College’s 27,000-acre campus in northwest Georgia. Nesting activity typically occurs from October-November through April-May.CLICK ON THE “LIVE” FEED LINK TO WATCH THE EAGLES 24/7
Stan Chambers, the man who virtually created TV Breaking News In Los Angeles back in the late 1940’s when there were only about 300 TV sets to watch on, passed yesterday at his home in L.A. at age 91. Stan had retired from active reporting in 2010 after 63 years of service at KTLA.
Below, Radio & TV personality Gary Owens died at age 80 at his San Fernando Valley home after a storied career at KMPC radio and TV appearances on dozens of shows, most notably “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” back the late 60’s & early 70’s on NBC!
“Fifty Shades Of Grey” predicted to be a monster money-making movie this weekend, but what are the two stars of the film really like? Here’s what happens when Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan take a break from their Glamour Magazine cover shoot to weigh in on aphrodisiacs, their characters, and more.
The Daily Show Host Jon Stewart shared an important career decision with an unsuspecting audience this past week!
The perfect V-Day Gift, guys? A couple of years ago, Jimmy Kimmel issued a YouTube Challenge: I Gave My Wife or Girlfriend A Terrible Gift For Valentine’s Day
Simon has turned into a lovestruck cat with a bad case of the butterflies’
Music’s biggest night, the 2015 Grammys belonged to Sam Smith and his smash hit about heartbreak “Stay With Me”! At the 57th annual Awards, Smith won four: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album. Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams and Roseanne Cash all won three awards, as did Beck’s “Morning Phase,” which took Album of the Year honors.
— Album of the year: “Morning Phase,” Beck.
— Song of the year: “Stay With Me,” Sam Smith.
— Record of the year: “Stay With Me,” Sam Smith.
— New artist: Sam Smith.
— Pop vocal album: “In the Lonely Hour,” Sam Smith.
— Pop solo performance: “Happy (Live),” Pharrell Williams.
— Pop duo/group performance: “Say Something,” A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera.
— Traditional pop vocal album: “Cheek to Cheek,” Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett.
— Rock album: “Morning Phase,” Beck.
— Rock performance: “Lazaretto,” Jack White.
— Rock song: “Ain’t It Fun,” Hayley Williams and Taylor York.
— Country album: “Platinum,” Miranda Lambert.
— Country solo performance: “Something in the Water,” Carrie Underwood.
— Country duo/group performance: “Gentle on My Mind,” The Band Perry.
— Country song: “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” Glen Campbell.
— Rap album: “The Marshall Mathers LP2,” Eminem.
— Rap performance: “i,” Kendrick Lamar.
— Rap/sung collaboration: “The Monster,” Eminem and Rihanna.
— Rap song: “i,” Kendrick Lamar.
— R&B song: “Drunk in Love,” Beyonce and Jay Z.
— R&B performance: “Drunk in Love,” Beyonce and Jay Z.
— Urban contemporary album: “Girl,” Pharrell.
— R&B album: “Love, Marriage & Divorce,” Toni Braxton and Babyface.
From his humble childhood to his starring role in the hit CBS drama, “NCIS: Los Angeles,” LL Cool J has always found a way to come out on top, all the while keeping his sense of humor intact. Check out this backstage interview with Michelle Miller!
Comedian Jim Gaffigan looks forward to the big day and asks, can we get rid of Valentine’s Day as a holiday?
This particular weekend in history holds a lot of memories for me in my radio career, including the 2 years in 1977 and 1978, that I had the honor of hosting the pre-Grammy awards that were then shown clips & photos of during the regular CBS telecast! Take a look below at just some of the stars I got to present their first Grammy!
Steve Martin receiving his first Grammy Award for his 1977 Album “Let’s Get Small” from Charlie at the 20th Annual Grammys in 1978, in the special Pre-Grammy Awards that Charlie emceed.(Photo-February 23, 1978)
Another Grammy flashback moment from this weekend when Chuck Mangione picks up his 1978 Grammy for “Children Of Sanchez” at the Pre-Grammy Awards Ceremony that I hosted in 1978. It was Chuck Mangione’s second Grammy, and followed a year in 1977 when his big pop hit “Feels So Good” was at the top of the charts. (February 23, 1978)
Back in 1977 & 1978, I was asked to host the Pre-Grammy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in L.A., and on my syndicated 70′s radio show this weekend, some flashback moments coming up! Here, Producer of the Year Peter Asher gets his Grammy from me February 19,1977! Peter was also part of the hit singing duet “Peter & Gordon” in the 60′s who had a trio of hits including “A World Without Love”, “I Go To Pieces” and “Lady Godiva”! Cool Tuxedo, huh? LOL
If you want to relive the 6.6 earthquake sign-on of mine on 93/KHJ in Los Angeles, February 9, 1971 that’s been mentioned on my personal facebook page, just click to the National Radio Hall of Fame link which has a 2 minute audio reel of my radio career that begins with the audio from that morning on my show! Click on this link to listen