Daily Archives: February 4, 2013
Originally posted on 106.7 WTLC:
The family of 10-year Tatyana Staten relieved that she was found alive yesterday…….her grandmother Delores Smith appeared on WTLC’s ACCESS Indy Sunday live pleading for her granddaughter’s return…and less than two hours later, Smith was back on the air celebrating her granddaughter’s return! Tatayana is at a local hospital recovering from hypothermic conditions.
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I know exactly who made the worst dressed list, hint; the second from the left.
Originally posted on entertainmentaroundtheworld:
I think that this surrogate thing has gone a bit too far. If the women have health problems that prevents them from experiencing the beautification of motherhood them yes I agree, but when it comes to those that abuse it because they don’t want to stretch their pretty little bodies or put career first is very selfish.
I think that this surrogate thing has gone a bit too far. If the women have health problems that prevents them from experiencing the beautification of motherhood them yes I agree, but when it comes to those that abuse it because they don’t want to stretch their pretty little bodies or put career first is […]
I thought that this commercial was a cute bonding one although most guys took offense to it saying it was so gay. Some people are so weak.
Originally posted on Q104 Cleveland:
Katherine Boyd is talking Super Bowl commercials on WKYC-TV’s Live on Lakeside this morning at 11 a.m.
She’ll be on a panel that includes advertising exec Todd Berk and comedian Chad Zumock.
What was the best commercial? Katherine loved the “Fashionista Daddy” Doritos commercial. And what was the worst?
According to Katherine, that would be, um, this one:
Ew! Tune in to WKYC-TV at 11 a.m. for Live on Lakeside.
Originally posted on AM 1310: The Light:
Photo Credit: AP
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A Super Bowl week that had gone so smoothly for the Big Easy suddenly turned bizarre when everyone was watching.
The lights went out on the biggest game of the year.
Just imagine the uproar if Baltimore had lost.
The Ravens were cruising along with a 28-6 lead Sunday night when, without warning, the power to the Superdome suddenly shut down early in the third quarter, plunging parts of the 38-year-old stadium into darkness and leaving TV viewers with no football and no explanation why.
For 34 minutes, the players tried to stay loose, the fans milled about in darkened corridors, and stadium officials scrambled to figure out what went wrong. The Ravens barely hung on for a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers, needing a goal-line stand in the closing minutes to preserve the championship.
“It really hurt us,” Baltimore fullback…
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Originally posted on V 101.9 FM:
That’s part of a new study that shows not only do they have better hearts–but better blood pressure too. And the federal government is cr5acking down on those snacks and candy bars at school. We’ve got the information to make a difference in today’s Health Notes.
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