Tosin Cole and Bentley Green have joined the cast of AMC’s “61st Street.“ Led by Courtney B. Vance, “61st Street” is a courtroom drama that follows a young black high school athlete entangled in Chicago’s criminal justice system. The show is executive produced by showrunner Peter Moffat and J. David Shanks, as well as Michael B. Jordan and Alana Mayo of Outlier Society, and Hilary Salmon. It will premiere in 2021 and was ordered as a two-season event. … [Read more...] about TV News Roundup: VH1 Announces ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 12 Contestants
While the celebrity reboot injected new life into the franchise, it wasn’t quite the hit that Trump may have hoped, and never managed to reach the same heights as The Apprentice’s first few seasons. A Season 10 return to a plebeian cast marked a series low. During Season 14, Trump claimed that The Celebrity Apprentice was “the No. 1 show on television,” before downgrading his fib to insist that it was, at the very least, the highest-rated show on Monday nights (also false). In actuality, the series landed at a No. 67 spot in the TV rankings. While the Schwarzenegger-hosted The New Celebrity Apprentice did draw a significantly smaller number of viewers, one could argue that the franchise was already on its last legs. Additionally, the fact that Trump—the original host and executive producer of the series—couldn’t translate his election into a “Trump Bump” seems to undermine his status as a “ratings machine.” … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Thinks He’s a Reality-TV ‘Ratings Machine.’ History Tells a Different Story.
The other big game Tuesday was Serra’s wild 57-54 home win over St. Ignatius in the annual Jungle Game. Muti Shuman led a balanced scoring attack with 11 points for the Padres. King-Jhsanni Wilhite continued to have a remarkable freshman season with a game-high 21 for St. Ignatius. … [Read more...] about Newest S.F. Prep Hall class has an affinity for basketball
"I've been focusing on housing affordability in Congress for several years now," said Congressman Denny Heck, "and the City of Puyallup is taking exactly the kinds of steps local governments need to take to solve our national housing crisis. I commend them for their leadership." … [Read more...] about Puyallup Cuts Fees For Accessory Dwelling Units
Once living in the city where Nothing Bundt Cakes was born, Cindy and Steve Cullen moved to the South Hill area to be closer to family and opened their new bakery just before Thanksgiving. "We couldn't be happier that this is our home now," shared Cindy Cullen, who, with husband Steve, owns the new South Hill bakery. "These cakes have been at the center of our get-togethers for the past 20 years and have made every occasion special for us. To be able to bring them with us to South Hill is amazing. We have received such a warm and enthusiastic welcome and we are excited to be a part of this wonderful community." The bakery will host grand opening festivities next week (see details below). … [Read more...] about South Hill Gets Sweeter with Opening of Nothing Bundt Cakes