Akshay Kumar shared a picture with labour Singh, where they can be seen smiling and laughing amid a conversation. The tweet read, "Saddened to hear about the demise of hockey legend #BalbirSingh ji. Have had the good fortune of meeting him in the past, such an amazing personality! My heartfelt condolences to his family," … [Read more...] about Akshay Kumar Mourns The Demise Of Hockey Legend Balbir Singh
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Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie have been staying busy and snapping away through this time at home, and these siblings sure know how to pass the time and have been entertaining their followers with their famous photos ... and now we're sharing them with you! … [Read more...] about Kardashian Quarantine Kurves — Guess Who!
The NYT said Iger told associates he believes Disney may end up with less office space and fewer employees. Iger told the paper that he did not recall ever having said he expected a smaller work force, but that in any case it would be an issue for his successor Chapek to address. … [Read more...] about Bob Iger, Back In The Saddle At Struggling Disney, Eyes Ending Upfronts & Shaking Up Pilot Season In Post-Pandemic World – Report
Roger Mudd, in his 2009 book The Place to Be: Washington, CBS, And The Glory Days Of Television News, described the CBS Washington bureau of the time as so dominating “the network’s news division that it became almost an independent duchy.” NATAS noted that Small oversaw distinguished coverage of some of the most important and historic events of the second half of the twentieth century: The assassination and funeral of John F. Kennedy; the Civil Rights Movement including the March on Washington and the filibuster of the 1964 Civil Rights Act in the Senate; the escalation of the war in Vietnam and its impact in Washington; President Nixon’s trip to China; and Watergate. … [Read more...] about Bill Small Dies: Legendary CBS News Washington Bureau Chief Was 93
“I think [the calls] show us that he was very much a chameleon. He changed the way he talked, depending upon who he was talking to,” McDermott concludes. “If it was his mom, he talked to his mom in a certain way. If it was some buddies from a previous team, he would talk to them in a certain way. I think it really exemplified him being able to be a bit of a shape-shifter.” … [Read more...] about Emmys: Director Geno McDermott On His Aaron Hernandez Docuseries ‘Killer Inside’ — NFL Star “Was Living A Double Life”