The internet is abuzz with the threat for a major weekend winter storm rolling across Northern Ohio.
Computer generated images of heavy snow accumulations are popping up everywhere on Social Media.Read More >>
It's official ... Maroon 5 are headlining Super Bowl LIII, and they'll be joined by the likes of Travis Scott and Atlanta hip-hop legend Big Boi.
The band announced the news Sunday with a promo video which lists themselves, Trav and Big Boi as performers for the halftime show. The NFL confirmed on their end, saying M5 will take center stage and TS and BB will be featured as guest artists.Read More >>
R. Kelly might as well be record label-less right now -- because his current one has frozen him out ... putting new music on ice until the dust settles in his latest scandal ... TMZ has learned.
Sources familiar with R. Kelly's contract and dealings with RCA/Sony tell us ... the label will not produce any of the singer's new music, it will not put money behind any of his projects, and it will not release any additional music until the criminal investigations in Georgia and Atlanta and other fallout resolve one way or the other.Read More >>
Rapper, Missy Elliott joins fellow hip-hop artists Jermaine Dupri and Jay-Z in the Songwriter Hall of Fame. Elliott is the first female rapper to be nominated and inducted. After 30 years in the music business and five Grammy awards, the Supa Dupa Fly artist isn't unfamiliar with making history. She's a lyrical genius and 2019 recognizes her contributions to rap and music as a whole.Read More >>
Canton’s Oldies/Classic Hits radio station, AM 1030 WDPN Radio will add midday programming, starting January 14th. AM 1310 WDPN Radio becomes the latest affiliate of “The John Tesh Radio Show” and his “Intelligence For Your Life” brand. This marks a return to the Canton, OH market for John Tesh, who previously was heard on 94.1.Read More >>
Kevin Hart is apologizing to the LGBTQ Community once again ... the second time he's done so since walking away from the Oscars hosting gig.
Hart was on his "Straight From the Hart" podcast Monday where he got into a deep discussion about his past homophobic jokes and tweets. Hart -- who previously claimed he'd apologized for the remarks years ago -- admitted the prior apologizes had been "chopped up."Read More >>
R. Kelly did not watch a single minute of the docuseries, "Surviving R. Kelly," that has now put him in the eye of a ferocious storm ... TMZ has learned.
Sources in day-to-day contact with R. Kelly tell TMZ, the singer is "disgusted" by the series, which makes shocking allegations against him including sex with various underage girls, physical abuse and mind control. People interviewed say he's running a sex cult.
The sources say R. Kelly views the series as a "vendetta" against him by producers and others who have hated him throughout his professional career.Read More >>
Tonight's the night. Hollywood's Party of the Year is finally here!
The 2019 Golden Globe Awards came in hot and we are still reeling from all of the stars that took home the coveted trophies throughout the night.Read More >>
The wordsmiths at Lake Superior State University have released LSSU’s 44th annual List of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-use, Over-use and General Uselessness.
“We grapple, litigate, and then yeet irritating words and phrases gathered from the nominations and votes received during 2018,” said an LSSU-OTUS thought leader from the word-banishment wheelhouse. “It’s the most important election of our time.”
LSSU’s word banishment tradition is now in its fifth decade, and was started by the late W. T. Rabe, a public relations director at Lake Superior State University. For every new year since 1976, LSSU — also known for premier programs in nursing, engineering, robotics, and Great Lakes freshwater research — has issued this list, firmly tongue in cheek.Read More >>
So it’s not gonna be easy, it’s gonna be really hard. And we’re gonna have to work at this everyday, but I wanna do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever. On Broadway.
Nicholas Sparks’ romance novel-turned-hit film “The Notebook” is headed to Broadway as a musical with producers Kevin McCollum and Kurt Deutsch in association with Sparks, it was announced on Thursday.Read More >>