The first Emmys, handed out in 1949, honored local Los Angeles programming in television's early days with a half-dozen awards. The landmark 70th edition, which airs Sept. 17 on NBC, boasts scores of nominees spanning broadcast, cable and streaming outlets. The scope of the awards show has changed, but the goal remains the same: to honor the best in small-screen entertainment. Here are some things to watch for as the Emmys enter the septuagenarian years: A Big Test for 'SNL' Keira Knightley and Seth Meyers discuss her upcoming film, “Colette,” as well as her child’s reaction to the 2016 U.S. presidential election. (Published Friday, Sept. 14, 2018) The Emmys might air live from Los Angeles on a Monday night, but the broadcast is shaping up as a "Saturday Night Live" affair. The show racked up 21 nominations, tops in the comedy field. Plus, "Weekend Update" anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost are hosting the awards bash. But as with any live broadcast, … [Read more...] about 2018 Emmys Watch: Five Things to Look For
Sep 14, 11:57 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Sean Williams 09/14/18 AT 11:24 AM The past nine and a half years have been nothing short of incredible for investors. The broad-based S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC), which is arguably the best gauge of U.S. stock market and economic health, has surged 334% since hitting its low during the Great Recession. For those of you keeping score at home, that's an annualized annual return of better than 16%.But as the old adage goes: Nothing goes up in a straight line.This article originally appeared in The Motley Fool.Make No Mistake About It: Another Recession Is ComingSince 1950, the S&P 500 has undergone 36 separate corrections whereby the value of the index, which is comprised of 500 large, well-known, and often multinational companies, declined by at least 10%. This works out to a correction occurring, on average, about once every two years. So, you … [Read more...] about The Only Thing You Need To Know About The Next Recession
Beautiful colonial buildings, tasty local cuisine, the vibrant Ols Quarter and a buzzing nightlife, there are a lot of things in Hanoi that won’t disappoint you. The Train Street in Hanoi. Hostels Worldwide, the largest online hostel-booking platform sparking social experiences around the world, has picked 11 things you have to try in Hanoi, the city with more than 1,000 years old of history. According to Hostels Worldwide, one of the must-try thing in Hanoi is to explore the Old Quarter. “During the day you will find yourself accidentally shopping at the plethora of stalls, as their goods overflow into the pavements. At night the city comes alive with lanterns lighting up the sky above the now pedestrian only roads, the crowds gathering on the streets to enjoy a cold drink and freshly made meal,” Hostels Worldwide wrote. In addition, Hostels Worldwide expects also picked Vietnamese Women’s Museum is one of the best destination you should know. There … [Read more...] about Hostels Worldwide lists 11 must-thing to do in Hanoi
Chris Solari Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 PM EDT Sep 13, 2018 EAST LANSING — It used to be a rarity. Now, primetime football is commonplace for Michigan State. The 24th-ranked Spartans, after their bye this weekend, will play their third straight night game, at 7:30 p.m.Sept. 22, when they travel to Indiana to open Big Ten play (Big Ten Network). It will mark MSU’s 18th kickoff under the lights in the past five regular seasons and the Spartans’ 23rd beginning after the 3:30 p.m. Eastern window of games, when including postseason games and an afternoon kickoff at Oregon in 2014. MSU has never played three straight night games in program history, and the Spartans also have never played consecutive regular-season road games at night. “Having a night game as opposed to a day game, we're just going to play them when we’re supposed to play them and get excited about an opportunity to do that,” MSU coach Mark Dantonio said Tuesday. “Third … [Read more...] about Michigan State in another night game a good or bad thing?
Actor Tim Allen said in an interview published this week that President Donald Trump is accomplishing things for America, despite the “drama” and the “theater” around his administration. “My perception is ‘let’s see what he gets done.’ Let’s stop banging on the pilot’s door and trying to pull the guy out of his seat while he’s still flying. You might not like how he’s flying the plane but let’s let him land it,” Tim Allen told Entertainment Weekly.“Do I like him or agree with him? … I don’t know. Somebody got this NAFTA thing done. How did that happen? It’s like a slight of hand with this dude. There’s this smoke and smelly food but over here he just fixed a pothole. The theater of this is fascinating,” Allen said. “He doesn’t do it very attractively but you don’t even realize the economy is doing better. Is it? There’s so much drama,” … [Read more...] about Tim Allen: Behind the ‘Theater’ of Tweets, Trump Is Getting Things Done for Voters