Show-biz sweetheart Betty White is about to get another dose of love, this time from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
During the final three weeks of Ferguson serving as host, popular friends of the show, including Jay Leno, will stop by.
Many Americans deserve recognition. Here are some of our fellow citizens who keep us entertained and informed.
Chris discusses the opening of the new Barnes Foundation, the passing of Barry Gibb and Philadelphia Councilman Jim Kenney’s plan to use inmates to pick up litter. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup about how religion will be used in the Presidential Campaign, to Keegan Gibson, from Politics PA, about the case against Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin, and to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about getting kicked out of a game last week.
A five-day library conference wrapped up Saturday in Philadelphia, bringing an estimated $20 million plus to the local economy. A well-known entertainer and author closed the convention.
The conference opened on Wednesday afternoon with an address by Robert Kennedy Junior.
It’s a deforestation fable about the effects of industrialized society on the environment.