Chris continued to assess the Iranian nuclear, Whoopi Goldberg’s evolution on Bill Cosby’s rape charges, and President Obama’s speech to the NAACP in Philadelphia. He talked to columnist JD Mullane at 6:20, Al Jazeera America’s Ali Velshi at 7:18, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00.
Rich discussed the latest on the alleged murder of a woman in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant, former Virginia Senator Jim Webb’s announcement that he is running for President, and a Florida man being sentenced to 30 months in prison for having sex on the beach. He also talked with Greg Piper from the College Fix, Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Philadelphia Daily News Columnist Christine Flowers and Brandon McGinley from the PA Family Institute.
Chris discusses the media coverage of Hillary Clinton traveling through Iowa, Whoopi Goldberg’s warning of Marco Rubio, and IRS deadline day. He talks with Kelley Paul, wife of Rand about her new book “True and Constant Friends” and Philadelphia Magazine’s Tom McGrath about Hillary Clinton’s van tour.
Chris Rock wrote, directed, and stars in this fitfully funny and focused-on-fame film as a recovering-alcoholic comedian trying to reinvent himself as a movie star.
Wizard World’s Philadelphia Comic-Con kicks off this Thursday.
Temple University hosted the 13th annual Lew Klein Alumni in the Media awards Thursday, causing the who’s who in Philadelphia media to flock to North Philadelphia for the ceremony.
President Obama doesn’t want to have to answer the “difficult” questions on the economy, jobs, the turmoil related to America in the Middle East, and more so he avoids solid news programs to go on popular fluff shows to get softball questions.
Chris discusses his time at last night’s Phillies home finale, Ann Coulter’s confrontation with Whoopie Goldberg on The View, and the latest update of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Comedian Jon Lovitz, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
Somewhere inside this huge miscalculation there’s a sincere attempt to wrestle with the serious issue of grief, and the film represents an opportunity for viewers seeking a “good cry.”
Kermit may be green with envy, Fozzie may find it hard to bear, and Miss Piggy may still be waiting for the oink to dry on her contract, but the missing Muppets haven’t missed a beat.
From 1984, the Oscar-winning documentary on the trailblazing life and tragic murder of San Francisco political activist-turned-politician, Harvey Milk.
‘Megamind’ won the hearts and minds of moviegoers over the weekend.
There’s a reason we don’t get much poetry in films.
Video: A spokesman says White House gatecrasher Michaele Salahi’s visit to the talk show “The View” ended in shouting match with co-host Whoopi Goldberg.