Red Wings can’t complete comeback in loss to Stars
The Stars, behind two goals and an assist from Jason Robertson and 28 saves from Jake Oettinger, defeated the Red Wings 5-2 at American Airlines Center. Dylan Larkin scored his fifth goal in five games for the Red Wings but did not play in the third period. Filip Zadina scored the other goal for the Red Wings (8-8-2), who have lost back-to-back games at the start of a four-game trip. Dallas threatened to run away with the game after building a 3-0 lead less than eight minutes into the second period. More: ‘Slap in face’ reminds Red Wings how much they need to improve in their own zonemlive.com
How to Watch “Among the Stars” new docuseries streaming today
Among the Stars is now available on Disney+. Dive into the intricate world of NASA, visiting astronauts on Earth and the International Space Station. This six-part docuseries follows Captain Chris Cassidy (astronaut) as he prepares to embark on one final International Space Station expedition—hoping to uncover the origins of the universe. Where to watchYou can stream Disney’s Among the Stars when you register for Disney+. About: “‘Among the Stars’ is a six-part docuseries with fly-on-the-wall access into the vast world of NASA.mlive.com
Red Wings eye spoilers role on Hockey Fights Cancer Night at LCA
The Detroit Red Wings could be officially eliminated from the playoffs tonight, not that there was any suspense. The Red Wings (17-25-7) have equaled last season’s victory total and surpassed their 2019-20 points output in 22 fewer games. The Red Wings will be without Robby Fabbri, in addition to several lost for the season, including captain Dylan Larkin. The Detroit Red Wings Foundation will auction off warmup jerseys and lavender-taped sticks used by Red Wings players in the pregame warmups. A limited number of Hockey Fights Cancer-branded pucks used during warmups also will be available for purchase, with proceeds from the auction and sale benefiting the American Cancer Society and the Detroit Red Wings Foundation.mlive.com
You can now enjoy free U-M planetarium shows from your living room
ANN ARBOR – Its perhaps one of the silver linings of so much isolation -- fun events streaming straight into your home. The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History is now offering free virtual planetarium programs for the whole family. Starting on Thursday, go to the edge of the solar system, learn about planets and constellations with this fun, educational event. To register, click here. Virtual planetarium show schedule (Thursdays at 4 p.m.):Feb. 25March 4March 11March 18March 25More dates may be added in the future.
What do the stars predict for Super Bowl LV?
What do the stars predict for Super Bowl LV? Astrology has had adherents going back to ancient Mesopotamia. So, what do the stars foretell for tonight's NFL championship game? Correspondent Rita Braver checks in with some of today's leading astrologers (including "Sports Sorceress" Andrea Mallis, Tracey Rogers and Susan Miller), and finds out why the pandemic has brought them more business than ever before – a development they could not see coming.cbsnews.com
Rare ‘Christmas Star’ to be visible for first time in 800 years on Dec. 21
With this year’s winter solstice comes more than just confirmation of our already-cold weather and ever-fleeting daylight: The rare “Christmas Star” will be visible for the first time in 800 years. Each year, Earth’s northern hemisphere enters the winter solstice on Dec. 21 -- the shortest day of the year -- officially marking the start of winter. This year, bright planets Jupiter and Saturn will align perfectly on Dec. 21 to create what is commonly called the Christmas Star or the “Star of Bethlehem.”According to NASA, Jupiter and Saturn align with one another every 20 years or so, but not nearly as close together as they will be in 2020. Experts say the Christmas Star can be seen by the unaided eye just after sunset on Dec. 21, 2020. You can see Saturn and Jupiter nearly align on Dec. 21, forming what appears to be a Christmas star.
Saginaw bus system to suspend city routes, limit other services amid spike in COVID-19 cases
SAGINAW, MI -- Saginaw Transit Authority and Regional Services, or STARS, is making some moves in response to a surge in COVID-19 cases. Effective Monday, Nov. 16, STARS is suspending city bus routes until further notice and restricting Dial-a-ride “LIFT” services for essential trips only. “This is a big red flag and we must respond appropriately and swiftly to save lives.”The Saginaw County Health Department sounded alarm bells of late, referring to COVID-19 cases “exploding” in the area. Saginaw County set a record high last week for new daily cases at 255. The most recent health department figures, as of Nov. 13, show a total of 5,651 COVID-19 cases and 170 deaths.mlive.com
Stamkos scores, leaves, Lightning beat Stars 5-2 in Game 3
EDMONTON, AB – As soon as Steven Stamkos scored on his first shot since February, his Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated on the ice and the bench with 211 days of pent up excitement. The Lightning were just fine with Stamkos offering moral support sitting in the middle of the bench. The game was everything that has made Tampa Bay one of the best teams in hockey for more than half of the last decade. While Tampa Bay got a significant talent back, Dallas was without a key veteran role player. ... To make room for Stamkos, Tampa Bay scratched Carter Verhaeghe.
Chances to see Comet NEOWISE are fading fast!
If you havent seen Comet NEOWISE yet, time is running out. As comets get closer to the sun, some of the ice melts and gases in the comet sublimate. Its name is Rosetta, and it flew to Comet 67P, orbited it, and then deployed a lander, named Philae, onto the surface! Here are a couple of photos of Comet 67P -- one from Rosetta in orbit, and another from Philae on the surface! Comet 67P (NASA)
Heres how you can see Comet NEOWISE
Heres a nice shot of Comet NEOWISE, shot this past weekend by Mike Thompson in White Lake, Mich. Keep in mind that this is a fifteen second exposure -- its not what youd see with the naked eye:Comet NEOWISE (Mike Thompson)Comet NEOWISE is not what we scientists call a Great Comet. In other words, its not so bright that it can be seen prominently in the sky with the naked eye. Until now, to see Comet NEOWISE you had to get up at 5 a.m. And I know a LOT of people who will never get up at 5 a.m. Not even for a comet. However, I have good news: Over the next week, NEOWISE will transition to an evening object! And if you miss Comet NEOWISE this time, dont worry -- itll be back in 8,000 to 9,000 years. Comet 67P (NASA)
New streaming platform delivers all the stars quickly
Binge-watching we all love to do it but sometimes we don’t have hours and hours to sit through our favorite shows. That’s where Quibi comes in. It’s a new streaming platform that brings you entertainment in under 10 minutes,Quibi’s founder, Jeffrey Katzenberg, joined Jason Carr via Skype to talk all about it. He is best known for starting the studio Dreamworks and he was chairman for Walt Disney Studios during the company’s 1990s renaissance. For Quibi, Katzenberg tapped into all of his Hollywood connections and got some big names on the new platform.
"Fifty Shades" stars on the steamy new film
"Fifty Shades" stars on the steamy new film Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, headliners of the film "Fifty Shades of Grey," open up about exploring their limits while shooting the movie. It is based on the best-selling novel by author E.L James, and opens nationwide on Friday. Suzanne Marques reports.cbsnews.com
Stars remember Robin Williams at "Night At The Museum" premiere
Stars remember Robin Williams at "Night At The Museum" premiere Stars honored Robin Williams at the New York premiere of "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb." It's one of William's last movies. CBSN's Vladimir Duthier reports.cbsnews.com
Stars step out for "Horrible Bosses 2"
Stars step out for "Horrible Bosses 2" Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return for the sequel to their 2011 hit comedy in "Horrible Bosses 2." Also, fans are getting their first look at "Pitch Perfect 2." Suzanne Marques reports on the day's top entertainment stories.cbsnews.com
Reach Higher: Students learn from First Lady, fashion stars
Reach Higher: Students learn from First Lady, fashion stars Stars from the fashion world visited the White House as part of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Reach Higher" initiative discussing paths to success with high school students. Chip Reid reportscbsnews.com
How Hollywood stars transform their bodies for their roles
How Hollywood stars transform their bodies for their roles Matt Singer, editor of the movie website thedissolve.com, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the lengths actors and actresses go through to change their appearance for movie roles.cbsnews.com
Stars gather for 2014 Tony Honors Cocktail Party
Stars gather for 2014 Tony Honors Cocktail Party Some of the nominees for this year's Tony Awards gather for a pre-celebration event in New York, a 2014 Oscar-winner joins the new Star Wars movie -- and more. Suzanne Marques reports on the day's top entertainment stories.cbsnews.com
Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth star in new thriller
Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth star in new thriller Stars step out for "Devil's Knot" premiere, plus Steven Spielberg presents President Obama with humanity award. Suzanne Marques has those stories and more in today's Eye on Entertainment.cbsnews.com
"Transcendence" stars hit the red carpet
"Transcendence" stars hit the red carpet Stars of the new film, "Transcendence," including Johnny Depp and Morgan Freeman, turned out for the movie's premiere in Westwood, Calif. Depp plays a scientist who studies artificial intelligence in the sci-fi thriller. KCAL-TV's Suzanne Marques reports.cbsnews.com