No, no. For me, I felt a real responsibility to people who loved the show, to make it the best it could possibly be and to give it my all. It just became too stressful to see how it turned out. I realized the healthiest way for me to do it would be to commit fully on the day when I was doing it and then let go of it. I never really watched the last bit of it. My wife had never seen an episode—until my mom found out and walked in a room with a computer playing the pilot and put it in front of her. … [Read more...] about James Van Der Beek on Katie Holmes and the Secrets of ‘Dawson’s Creek’
“With a mere 400-vote margin and thousands of ballots outstanding, election officials are diligently working to process ballots and accurately count all outstanding votes to ensure our communities are heard, and this race remains too close to call,” Smith said in a statement, according to the Daily News. … [Read more...] about California Republican Mike Garcia declares victory in Democrat Katie Hill’s former district
Behind Karl Dorrell, Colorado’s third head coach in three seasons, the Buffaloes (2-0) looked way better than a team picked to finish fifth in the six-team Pac-12 South. Converted safety Sam Noyer, who hadn’t played quarterback in five years before last week, and running back Jarek Broussard, who is back from two anterior cruciate ligament injuries, gave the Cardinal fits. … [Read more...] about Stanford gets 12-game home-opening win streak snapped in 35-32 loss to Colorado
“During this pandemic when a countless number of Americans have lost their jobs and health insurance, insurance companies like the ones I worked for are posting record profits, and they’ll be using that windfall to try to stop any progress next year," Potter continued. "This conversation, with some of the most forward thinking leaders on healthcare in our nation, will begin building the grassroots support we need to beat back these forces.” … [Read more...] about Progressive House Democrats to host healthcare strategy session
At first, you may find the idea absurd. You might ask: Why in heaven’s name would I bestow a U.S. Senate seat on some smart-ass columnist who makes fun of me publicly, has no government experience, and occupies no elected office higher than School Site Council chair at his local elementary school? … [Read more...] about Joe Mathews asks: Governor, what about me for U.S. Senate?