Here are the nominations for the 2012 Grammy Awards, to air on CBS Sunday, February 12.
The last few days have opened our eyes to revolution in the Middle East through the lenses of locals, shocked us with a deeply disturbing series of stabbings and had us reflecting on the actual words in our national anthem.
Now that the Super Bowl has been dissected like that poor, prostrate frog from your science class, there’s a frigid wind howling through the sporting world, much like the real one that has frozen our nation from top to bottom.
Christina Aguilera has been invited to sing a do-over. The Brooklyn Cyclones are offering the Staten Island native a chance to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” before one of the minor league baseball team’s home games this summer.
The Packers overcame all kinds of injuries throughout the season, having placed 16 players on the injured reserve list – and during last night’s Super Bowl, the injury theme remained intact.
Christina Aguilera says she flubbed a line as she belted out the national anthem at the start of the Super Bowl on Sunday night after getting lost in the moment and losing her place.
When Aguilera, who was born in Staten Island, was supposed to sing the line “O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming,” she instead repeated an earlier line, with a slight variation.
An early start to the weekend traditionally means some big premieres at the movies and this time we’re getting a musical, an action flick, an animated tale and a romantic comedy that takes a look at the power of love.