Talking with different people about the end of the David Letterman era on the Late Show, I realized, there are many different Davids that people remember. He doesn't do as many stunts now as he once did, so why is he still admired, I know.
Some people don't wear their life jackets because they feel it's too restrictive, can you imagine wearing it to work all day? That's exactly what some did last Friday for "wear your life jacket to work day" to raise awareness for the importance of having one for every person in the boat. If you have children, but don't have a life jacket for them, here is your chance to pick one up for free from Essentia Health-St. Mary's Children's Hospital and Kohl's Cares.
After completing her 105-show residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Shania Twain announced a final tour that did include a July 28 show at Target Center. Recently, Shania announced she will make one more visit to Minneapolis later in the summer.
The Simpsons will be losing one of their core voice actors. Harry Shearer has announced he is leaving the show. The squabble as he says it, came when he was told he couldn't work on any outside projects, but the producers disagree. According to TMZ it's because of merchandising payments.
People are making their last appearances on David Letterman's Late Show on CBS and paying their respect to him and Paul and the band. Some are wishing him well, some are telling their favorite stories. Ray Romano stopped by to give him a little touch of It's a Wonderful Life.
In 2010, Christopher and Dana Reeve (Superman and wife) set a World Record for most people in a moving wheelchair line. Myrna Peterson and Lee Isaacs are both disability activists and confined to wheelchairs. They are working to get at least 194 people in wheelchairs or scooters to come to Grand Rapids on May 16 to set a new record.
Did you get one of the plastic bags like the one in the picture with your mail this week? It's for a very good reason and one you need to think about before you leave the house to fish, shop for Mother's Day or head for work on Saturday.
It's something I look forward to every year, flippin' pancakes for the Duluth Lion's Club. My husband told me a few years back that he has wanted to flip pancakes at the Lion's Club Pancake Day since he attended the event as a five year old boy. I told him I could make that dream come true and we've been flippin' ever since!
It's a tradition for lots of people in the Twin Ports: Lion's Club Pancake Day! They started serving their first pancakes at 6 am this morning, and it goes to 8 pm tonight at the DECC. It costs $7 at the door, and kids under 4 eat free! Also, there is free parking at the Decc.
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