By Marcy de Luna Published 3:00 pm CDT, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 PHOTOS: A familiar face is returning to Houston TV. Former KPRC reporter Ruben Galvan joins KHOU Channel 11 beginning Wednesday. >>> See more on the Houston native. PHOTOS: A familiar face is returning to Houston TV. Former KPRC reporter Ruben Galvan joins KHOU Channel 11 beginning Wednesday. >>> See more on the Houston native. Photo: Courtesy Photo: Courtesy Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 PHOTOS: A familiar face is returning to Houston TV. Former KPRC reporter Ruben Galvan joins KHOU Channel 11 beginning Wednesday. >>> See more on the Houston native. PHOTOS: A familiar face is returning to Houston TV. Former KPRC reporter Ruben … [Read more...] about Ruben Galvan returns to Houston TV news at KHOU Channel 11
BRITISH dancer Arron Hough has been missing from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship since Christmas Day, sparking a frantic search to find him. The 20-year-old has yet to be found and we take a look at when he went missing and what the latest updates are. Who is Arron Hough? Arron Hough is a 20-year-old man from Sunderland. He is a cast member of the musical “Grease” that is being performed on the Harmony Of The Seas cruise ship. Hough has been missing since 4am on Christmas Day and disappeared after not turning up for work on December 25. Royal Caribbean International said a member of the entertainment team on board the Harmony Of The Seas did not report to work as scheduled. They said in a statement: "We are saddened to report that after a review of the ship's closed-circuit camera footage, he was observed entering an area on Deck 5 at around 4am and was not seen again." "Local authorities were notified and a ship-wide search for the crew member was conducted." The family have … [Read more...] about Who is Arron Hough, did he fall overboard from the Harmony Of The Seas and what’s the latest news?
The Detroit News Published 1:38 PM EST Dec 26, 2018 Here are the local pop culture stories that had the biggest impact this year: Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, dies at 76 The city of Detroit came to a standstill on Aug. 16 with the news that legendary singer Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, died at her Detroit home of pancreatic cancer. Over a two-week period, the city and the world celebrated her life, her celebrated 60-year musical career, and her legacy of quiet generosity for causes far away and close to home for more than 30 years. For complete coverage, go to detroitnews.com/series/arethafranklin Death of Michigan Opera Theatre founder David DiChiera A little more than a month after Aretha Franklin died, Detroit suffered the death of another entertainment giant: David DiChiera, 83. The impresario, described by many as a cultural powerhouse who brought opera back to the Motor City, helped jump-start downtown Detroit’s revival and pioneered the practice of … [Read more...] about Top 10 Detroit News entertainment storylines of 2018
William J. Kole, Associated Press Updated 6:49 am PST, Wednesday, December 26, 2018 FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2018 file photo, Stephen Mandile, right, an Iraq War veteran from Uxbridge, Mass., is the first to purchase recreational marijuana at the Cultivate dispensary in Leicester, Mass., on the first day of legal sales in Massachusetts. Voters approved it in 2016, but the start of recreational marijuana sales was among the tops stories in the state in 2018. less FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2018 file photo, Stephen Mandile, right, an Iraq War veteran from Uxbridge, Mass., is the first to purchase recreational marijuana at the Cultivate dispensary in Leicester, Mass., on the ... more Photo: Steven Senne, AP Photo: Steven Senne, AP Image 1 of / 13 Caption Close Image 1 of 13 FILE - In … [Read more...] about Legal pot, gas explosions, shark attacks topped news in 2018
Mark Kennedy Associated Press Published 6:20 PM EST Dec 24, 2018 After a year like this, Netflix shows no signs of chilling. The dominant online video streamer started 2018 with almost 118 million subscribers, went on to win its first feature-film Oscar, briefly surpassed Disney as the most valuable U.S. media company, lured the likes of superstar show runners Shonda Rhimes, Kenya Barris and Ryan Murphy — not to mention Barack and Michelle Obama — and is expected to end the year with 146 million subscribers and a likely best picture Oscar nominee in “Roma.” In a sign of how influential the giant streamer has become, it also got what every celebrity gets — a gentle mocking on “Saturday Night Live.” The sketch comedy show’s season-ending episode this month aired a fake ad highlighting Netflix’s enormous effort to produce as much content as possible. “Our goal is the endless scroll. By the time you reach the bottom of our … [Read more...] about Netflix named Associated Press’ Entertainer of the Year