Television and film stars Jason Alexander, Henry Winkler, Giancarlo Esposito, Tony Shalhoub, Alfre Woodard, C.C.H. Pounder and more gathered together to support the Creative Coalition with this special performance. Using original scripts from the decades-old Superman radio series, which was recently revived from the Warner Bros. Studios vault, this unique vision of the Man of Steel portrays him in a new and exciting way. Each episode provides a fresh translation with a new cast of actors for each role. For example, both Wilson Cruz and Kim get their chance to shine with the red cape, and even Tim Daly (longtime voice of Clark Kent/Kal-El) reprises his role from the past. … [Read more...] about Watch Daniel Dae Kim, Giancarlo Esposito and More Re-Create Superman’s Radio Plays for Charity (EXCLUSIVE)
I work for an energy company with an average 401K and have always felt as if I could take care of me or my wife if a serious health issue occurred. I am not sure what I should do financially or insurance wise. The financial company which handles my 401K has never discussed these types of issues with me. What do I need to do? Steve from Tulsa, OK … [Read more...] about TONI KING: Are you prepared for an unexpected accident or illness?
Evers defended his approach to Kenosha during a Milwaukee Press Club event. The Evers appearance came as the Marquette University Law School released its first poll since the Aug. 23 police shooting of Blake, which left him paralyzed and sparked three nights of sometimes violent protests. … [Read more...] about Gov. Tony Evers: ‘No Regrets’ About Kenosha Protests Response
“If there was anyone in the restaurant industry who truly motivated me, it was Tony Vallone," Fertitta told the Chronicle. "(With) every aspect of his business, from culinary to service to hospitality, Tony took it all to a different level. Even in the last 20 years, I would regard Tony Vallone as one of the greatest, true restaurateurs in all of America.” … [Read more...] about Houston restaurateur Tony Vallone dead at 75
Bassitt was coming off the shortest start of his career, three-plus innings at Houston on Aug. 29, and he said Monday that he was “embarrassed and upset” after two days of postponements affected his focus. He made some mechanical adjustments during the team’s five-day layoff last week, and continued his strong work at the Coliseum, where he is 1-1 with a 1.14 ERA. He allowed seven hits but five came with two outs, and Bassitt didn’t walk a batter. He struck out four. … [Read more...] about A’s open 5-game series with 6-0 win over Astros; strong outing for Chris Bassitt