Local 4 takes you inside the first big party of the holiday season!
WDIV takes viewers live, right in the middle of all the excitement at the annual “Hob Nobble Gobble presented by Ford” at Ford Field on Friday, November 18. It’s the first big party of the holiday season celebrating “America’s Thanksgiving Parade presented by Gardner White.”
Tim Allen, daughter Elizabeth Allen-Dick talk 'surreal' experience working together on 'The Santa Clauses'
Tim Allen and his daughter Elizabeth Allen-Dick discussed working together on the new Disney+ series "The Santa Clauses," where Allen-Dick plays the daughter of Allen's character Scott Calvin.foxnews.com
Ornate Gold State Coach prepared ahead of Queen's jubilee celebrations
The Gold State Coach at the Royal Mews in Buckingham Palace is being prepared ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. A Trooping the Colour will kick off four days of celebrations for the jubilee, including tea parties, a pop concert and people's parade through central London.news.yahoo.com
Sharing Black history on stage
Sharing Black history stories is something we see every February, but for one Black woman, Black history means something else. She has shared her stories on stage, on Broadway, and around the country, demonstrating that Black History Month should not be limited to one month, but should be learned, celebrated, and recognized all year.
Andrew Garfield says he nearly landed the role of Prince Caspian in 'The Chronicles of Narnia' franchise, but was told that he wasn't 'handsome enough'
In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, the "Tick, Tick ... Boom!" star spoke about a setback that occurred early in his acting career.news.yahoo.com
Jon Batiste earns 11 Grammy nominations
Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with a look at the 2022 Grammy Awards nominees, including Jon Batiste. He is nominated for 11 awards, including an album of the year nod for "We Are" and for record of the year with "Freedom," a feel-good ode to the city of New Orleans. His nominations span several genres including R&B, jazz, American roots music, classical and music video. The 64th Annual Grammy Awards will take place on January 31, 2022, and will air on CBS and Paramount+, which are divisions of ViacomCBS.news.yahoo.com
This is a story about ‘West Side Story’
This December the musical West Side Story will once again be in theaters with Steven Spielberg’s treatment. This new reedition of the film comes 60 years after the original won the Oscar for best picture and introduced us to The Jets, The Sharks, Tony, Maria, Anita, and Bernardo.
Lead designer of 1993 arcade classic ‘NBA Jam’ made secret tweak to benefit Detroit Pistons
DETROIT – In 1993, Midway released “NBA Jam” in arcades across the country. The game was later ported to the Super Nintendo, the Sega Game Gear, the Sega Genesis, the Sega CD and the Game Boy in 1994. Lead designer Mark Turmell wanted to make a game that had a wide appeal, covering multiple demographics, after his last game with Midway sold under expectations. Turmell was an avid fan of the Detroit Pistons and programed the game to lower the stats of Chicago Bulls players when they played against the Pistons. AdThe player roster was taken from the 1993-94 season, the last season Pistons point guard Isiah Thomas played before he retired.
‘Saved By The Bell’ Actor Dustin Diamond Dead At 44 Following Cancer Diagnosis
(CBS Los Angeles) – Actor Dustin Diamond, best known for his role as lovable geek Samuel “Screech” Powers on TV’s “Saved By The Bell”, has died, according to a spokesperson. Diamond, 44, begun undergoing chemotherapy treatments last month after being diagnosed with cancer, a representative told the Associated Press. For that, we are grateful.”Airing on TV from 1989 to 1993, “Saved By The Bell” led to spinoffs such as “Saved by the Bell: The College Years” and “Saved by the Bell: The New Class,” both of which Diamond starred in. Lopez tweeted his condolences for Diamond’s family: “Dustin, you will be missed my man. In addition to “Saved By The Bell”, Diamond has appeared on reality TV shows, made a sex tape and produced “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story” on Lifetime TV.detroit.cbslocal.com
Detroit Youth Choir releases song about Georgia Senate races
DETROIT – The Detroit Youth Choir took to the world of politics Friday when they released a new song about the highly-watched Senate races in Georgia. READ: Stakes high for U.S. Senate runoffs in GeorgiaThe song -- titled “Georgia’s Changing” -- only featuring two artists instead of the entire choir. Both artists featured in the song have grandparents from Georgia who were also active in the civil rights movement. The song ends with a message telling watchers to vote blue and vote for the democrats in the race. The video was posted to the Detroit Youth Choir’s Twitter account with a quote from Lewis.
Detroit Youth Choir virtually performs debut Christmas EP in new video
The Detroit Youth Choir perform songs from their debut and holiday EP, "A Holiday With You." DETROIT – For a special Christmas treat, the children of the Detroit Youth Choir have virtually performed every song from their newly-released holiday EP “A Holiday With You” -- and you can watch it right here. Watch the Detroit Youth Choir virtually perform their holiday EP in the video below. “The Detroit youth choir has really brought back Motown,” said Anthony White, artistic director for the choir. Related: Jermaine Dupri and the Detroit Youth Choir have a new song
Ann Arbor’s Wild Swan Theater to have Halloween variety show Wednesday night
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Wild Swan Theater has put together a Halloween-themed variety show for Ann Arbor families. Starting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, the children’s theater will host its free Halloween Variety Hour through Facebook Live. After the live performance, the show can be watched on the Wild Swan Facebook page. Although the doors to its theater closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Wild Swan entertained audiences in July with a virtual series of 30-minute variety shows. Find out more about Wild Swan Theater here.
Former Charlie’s Angel tackles aging with optimism
Cheryl Ladd made her rise to fame as Kris Munroe, joining the cast of the original Charlie’s Angels in it’s second season. Ladd first began to think about aging when she noticed some changes to her eyesight. The doctor diagnosed her with cataracts, and Ladd said that she had always thought of cataracts as something for older generations. She said that after the surgery, she not only felt younger, but more optimistic about what her life would be like going forward. There are plenty of Cheryl Ladd projects to look forward to, including a possible team up between former agents.
Jane Lynch takes over as new host of ‘The Weakest Link’
“Your are the weakest link... goodbye.” Jane Lynch is the new host of “The Weakest Link” and she stopped by the studio virtually today to talk about taking over as host on the iconic game show. Contestants face off against each other, and vote off the “weakest link” every round. Former host Anne Robinson earned the nickname “the queen of mean” from her scathing critiques of contestants' mistakes. Lynch shared what she’s looking forward as the host of the show. Watch the video above to she what she had to say.
House to vote Wednesday to send impeachment articles to Senate
2020 Oscar snubs spark diversity backlashThis year's Academy Award nominations have created new controversy over whether the Oscars are too white and too male. Nineteen out of the 20 acting nominees on Monday are white. The exception is Best Actress nominee Cynthia Erivo, who starred in the movie "Harriet." All of the Best Director nominees are men, even though women directed several of this year's best regarded movies. "Entertainment Tonight" host Kevin Frazier reports on the backlash over the lack of diversity.cbsnews.com
What to watch for at the Thanksgiving Day Parade
The Thanksgiving Day Parade will start outside New York City's Natural History Museum. “Entertainment Tonight” co-host Kevin Frazier and "The Insider" co-host Keltie Knight, who are anchoring the CBS coverage, join “CBS This Morning” from their front-row seats along the parade route.cbsnews.com