Barbara Walters, the trailblazing, pioneering TV journalist – a woman who paved the way for many female anchors and journalists, and interviewed many big names like Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, Naomi Campbell, etc., passed away on Friday in Manhattan. Walters had the skill of also getting her interviewer to cry during the interview. She was that good of a journalist. Walters was 93 years old.
Walters graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a bachelor’s degree in English and broke into journalism as an assistant at NBC affiliate WRCA-TV. Her big breakthrough came with an assignment to travel with Jacqueline Kennedy on the first lady’s trip to India in 1962.
Walters joined ABC News in 1976, becoming the first female anchor on an evening news program. Three years later, she became a co-host of “20/20,” and in 1997, she launched “The View.” The show is still going strong 25 years later.
Throughout five decades of her career, Walters won 12 Emmy awards, 11 of those while at ABC News.
Powerhouse filmmaker, producer, actor, Kimberly B. Flores will play the lead role in a Christmas short film, which is set to release in 2023.
Miguel Mike Medina will direct and write the Christmas film. Medina and Flores met in 2016 during a play called “Riot” in City College of New York. Ever since Riot, they’ve collaborated on numerous projects together.
The King of Soccer made his journey to heaven.
Pelé, the Brazilian soccer legend and one of the greatest of all time, who won three World Cups and became the sport’s first global icon, has passed away at 82.
Pelé was admitted to a hospital in São Paulo in late November for a respiratory infection and complications related to colon cancer.
In 1999, Pele was named Athlete of the Century and was included in the Time list of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century. Pele accomplished a lot throughout his career and is one of the most respected athletes in soccer history. He scored 1,279 goals in 1,363 games. Rest In Peace, Pele.
Minnesota vs. Syracuse at Yankee Stadium on Thursday, Dec 29th (Pinstripe Bowl)
– they started the season with a 4-0 start. Then they lost three straight games to Purdue, Illinois, and Penn State. Then went on to win three straight, followed by a loss and a win. Currently, have an 8-4 record in the season (5-2 at home).
– Syracuse started the season 6-0 and then lost five straight games (7-5 record, 5-2 at home)
– best game happened in Week 3 against Purdue when they won 32-29
– Orange won the last meeting in the 2013 Texas Bowl by the score of 21-17.
– Minnesota has a chance to go back-to-back seasons with nine victories for the first time since 1905
– Minnesota has won five consecutive bowl games. Syracuse has won four consecutive bowl games.
– Minnesota holds the series lead with 3-2
Merry Christmas Eve to you and your family! May god bless you all on this beautiful day! Stay warm because it’s very cold outside. In today’s Saturday Hockey News with Miguel, we witnessed history being made on Friday night.
The Great Eight Has Done it! Alex Ovechkin scored his 802nd career goal to pass Gordon Howe for second on the all-time scoring list. Ovechkin scored on an empty net. The fantastic thing about that play is that Ovechkin didn’t look like he wanted to score on an empty net. He passed the puck. It spoke volumes about the kind of leader Ovechkin is to this Capitals team.
Vancouver Canucks came to Edmonton To take on the Oilers. Ryan scored the game’s first goal on a breakaway to put the Oilers on the board. Conor McDavid scored his 30th goal on the season on the second goal of the game for the Oilers. After going up 2-0, Canucks responded by scoring five unanswered goals. Bo Horvat scored two goals and two assists to lead the Canucks to a victory on the road, 5-2. It’s a tough loss for Edmonton, who played so well to start the game.
Reality is setting in. That 90s Show will debut on Netflix on January 19th, 2023. The show is a sequel to ‘That 70s Show’, which had a lot of success and ran from 1998 through 2005. We can only hope that this new series lives up to its expectations.
The series is about the summer of 1995, in which Leia Forman makes friends with a new generation of Point Place kids while visiting her grandparents, Red and Kitty, in Wisconsin. Callie Haverda will play the character of Leia Forman.
Wilmer Valderrama, Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and Laura Prepon appear in the trailer as their original characters from “That ’70s Show.”