Posts Tagged ‘Jay Leno’
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Willie Nelson have cancelled their performances at the Republican National Convention in Tampa due to the threat of Hurricane Isaac. . .As they arrived with country star Rodney Atkins, delegates to the convention were allegedly accosted by pro-choice protestors – some of whom were dressed like vaginas. . .Robin Roberts will leave “Good Morning America” on Friday for a bone marrow transplant. . .For calling Jay Leno a “spineless maggot,” Howard Stern, judge on “America’s Got Talent” is facing a threat from NBC. Stern responded, “Take my job away from me. Who cares?”
A pre-trial conference will take place April 1 in the County Circuit Court of Judge Steve Goldman on the matter of Randall Bugnitz on his arrest for felony possession of a controlled substance. Bugnitz, co-owner of Mean Hands Clothing, was arrested in Ellisville and is repped by John Rogers. Bugnitz received a gold recording for engineering R&B star Mya’s 2003 release, “Moodring,” on Intgerscope/A&M Records. He also co-wrote Mya‘s “Everything or Nothing.” She performed the song on Jay Leno. Bugnitz has also done sound engineering for Shaquille O’Neal, Jessica Simpson and Keyshia Cole. . .Those were the days, my friend, when the fledgling Variety Club of St. Louis was fired-up by the likes of Edward Arthur, Bob Johnson, Joe Simpkins, Morris Shenker, Johnny Londoff and Harry Bussman. In its beginning, the club had tiny headquarters at the Chase Hotel and was barely able to eke out a meager budget for the exec director and the telethon. Times have changed. Nowadays, the club’s chief Jan Albus is drawing each year about $130,000 and the charity has a two-star out of four-star rating, according to the most recent charity navigator. . .St. Louis University is touting the fall opening of its Center for Global Citizenship in the College of Arts and Sciences. The center will house English as a second language, international studies and high-tech classrooms for interaction with professors and students in other countries. Meanwhile, its College of Prison Program is expanding to offer an associate degree to prisoners and staffers at Missouri’s Bonne Terre Center. “Research shows the rate of recidivism drops significantly for college educated prisoners,” writes interim dean, the Rev. Michael D. Barber.