The holidays in New York City just doesn’t feel right without the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, featuring the Rockettes. After the pandemic pause canceled last year’s show, this year, they are back; CBS2 New York news video.
The show reopened last month at the New Amsterdam theatre following a nearly two year hiatus due to the pandemic, but it only got in two performances before breakthrough COVID cases among cast and crew members forced the show to shut down. CBS New York News video.
Broadway’s hottest Parisian nightclub is back in business. The stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s film is set to return to the Al Hirschfeld TheatreSeptember 24 after going dark due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Directed by Alex Timbers, Moulin Rouge! opened on Broadway July 25, 2019, after premiering in Boston in 2018. Al Hirschfeld Theatre 0 302 West 45th Street Midtown Manhattan New York CBS New York news video.
Mr. Potato Head, Gina Carano, Kermit the Frog, Pepe Le Pew and The Land-O-Lakes Lady finally fight back against cancel culture and tell their side of the story! Oh… and Andrew Cuomo too. The Babylon Bee animation video.
President Donald Trump and the First Lady are back in Washington a day early, Georgia moves one step closer to a ballot audit in one key county, and more Republicans say they will challenge the election results on January 6th. NTD News video.
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PragerU founder Dennis Prager discusses the new film, “No Safe Spaces,” about political correctness on campuses. Fox Business USA News video, No Safe Spaces is a 2019 American political documentary film directed by Justin Folk that features commentator Dennis Prager and comedian Adam Carolla talking to college students and faculty about university safe spaces. The film also covers free speech controversies occasioned when political conservatives are invited to speak in university settings. The film was released in Arizona theaters October 25, 2019, and was successful enough to have a national release on December 6, 2019 As of March 2020, the movie had taken in $1.3 million at the box office. On its opening night, the film “No Safe Spaces” earned an estimated $45,000 on one screen in Phoenix, the production team said, adding that the only documentary that earned more from one screen on an opening weekend was Michael Moore’s Sicko in 2007. PC culture P.C. or PC culture is short for politically correct. May also be referred to as “college” culture. Roots seem to be stemming from American political news as a means of identifying the ” leftist ” views, educational standards and overall character behind the individuals actions, which are manipulated by politicians. urbandictionary.com
Welcome to the Heath Gallery of Harlem where Soho artist Patrick-Earl Barnes has a one-man show about what we’re all going through right now: the pandemic, political unrest and the economic downturn. PIX11 News News video.
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, the sexualization of children in our culture continues with a horrifying Netflix film about twerking 11-year-olds. And Five Headlines including last night’s DNC convention finale, and a school system that wants parents to pledge in writing that they will not eavesdrop on their children’s virtual classes. And in our Daily Cancellation we will cancel a Christian publisher for its exceedingly cringey attempt to connect with today’s youth. Text MW to 83400 to get notified for more fun videos! 00:00 – Opening 00:25 – Netflix Sexualizes Children (again) 13:41 – DNC recap 16:50 – Chicago Police Ban Protests On Mayor’s Block, Order Arrests For Violators 18:33 – School District Making Parents Sign Waiver Agreeing Not To Monitor Virtual Instruction 20:37 – Kansas City Chiefs ban headdresses and face paint 21:51 – Who is BTS? 23:50 – LifeWay is cancelled If you like The Matt Walsh Show,
Milton Glaser, the groundbreaking graphic designer who adorned Bob Dylan’s silhouette with psychedelic hair and summed up the feelings for his native New York with “I (HEART) NY,” died Friday, his 91st birthday. The cause was a stroke and Glaser had also had renal failure, his wife, Shirley Glaser, told The New York Times. ABC7NY New York News video.
Bill Shirer, the American journalist who wrote “The Rise and Fall of The Third Reich,” was himself very anti-Nazi but he writes that when he would be in a crowd when Hitler’s motorcade went by, he would join them in giving the nazi salute. He did this, for the simple reason that the crowd would beat you to a pulp if you didn’t.
This is very much where we are with the left in America today.
Although select businesses in some parts of New York State are looking to reopen as early as Friday, the musicals and plays on Broadway are expected to stay dark well into summer. CBS New York News video.
A DJ is scratching records, there’s a can of spray paint eight feet tall, and rap legend Ice T is combing through a bin of vinyl LPs. It’s just a typical day at the museum… the Universal Hip-Hop Museum. ABC7 New York News video.
Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz sits down with director and comedy writer Mel Brooks, now 93, who opens up about his politically-incorrect films like “Blazing Saddles” and “The Producers,” and whether they could be made today; and about his relationship with his soulmate, actress Anne Bancroft, with whom he was married for 41 years until her death in 2005. “CBS Sunday Morning” video.