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‘It’s very violating’: Thieves steal 2 cars in St. Charles County subdivisions – LINK

Puzzle panic: Fans say Wordle is ‘broken’ after two right answers on same day – LINK

Health Alert: Don’t Drink Old Leftover Water from a Plastic Bottle – LINK

We Finally Figured Out How to Make Non-Alcoholic Beer Taste Like the Real Thing – LINK

One in Ten People Don’t Wear a Seat Belt – LINK


Actor Tyrese Gibson was full on in tears as he posted that his Mom Priscilla Gibson died. Gibson first shared that his mom was in a coma after coming down with a bad case of COVID-19 last week. Since also got pneumonia. What song do you want to hear on your way out? Kenny G played virtually for her as she rested in the hospital during her final moments (LINK) 

Doing the Super Bowl Halftime Show historically leads to an upswing in any artist’s profile and streaming numbers. That is definitely the case this year.  There was a 270 percent increase in streams for Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode. “Still D.R.E. shot up 245 percent. Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” had streaming rise by 250 percent. The biggest winner was Mary J. Blige. Streams of “No More Drama” rose by 520 percent. Snoop Dogg’s nubers went up by %420. Not really 

It’s official: “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is bigger than “Avatar” in the domestic box office and now sits at the #3 spot.  It’s earned $761 million so far . . . while “Avatar” made $760.5 million. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” sits at #1 with $936.7 million and “Avengers: Endgame” is #2 with $858.4 million.  So it’ll take an additional $100 million for Spidey to move up the ranks. On a GLOBAL scale, “Spider-Man” has earned $1.8 billion, which is good for sixth place . . . and it hasn’t even hit theaters in China yet.  “Avatar” is #1 worldwide with $2.84 billion (LINK)

To the shock of no one the family of cinematographer HALYNA HUTCHINS has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against ALEC BALDWIN and others they feel were responsible for her death on the set of the movie “Rust”. The other defendants include several corporations tied to the production, and more than a dozen people involved.  And yes, one of them is the armorer, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed. The lawsuit states that at least 15 industry standards were disregarded on the set, and if they’d been followed, Hutchins would still be alive.  They also claim Baldwin carries the largest share of the blame, since he held the weapon that killed her. The plaintiffs released a video with a 3D rendering of how they say the shooting went down.  It includes narration detailing all the alleged mistakes that were made, plus texts and emails from crew members who felt the set was unsafe. Hutchins’ family is suing for “negligent, intentional, willful, or reckless misconduct resulting in wrongful death and loss of consortium.”  They’re seeking unspecified damages.  

So we got that first report on the death of Bob Saget. It said he died of head trauma last month at a hotel in Orlando, Florida.  Authorities concluded that he fell and hit his head, then went to sleep and didn’t wake up. Then a detailed description of Saget’s injuries, which sounded a lot more severe. Then the speculation started so now this…BOB SAGET’s widow and his three daughters have filed a lawsuit to block the release of any more materials relating to the investigation into his death.  This would include reports, audio and video recordings, and photographs. They say it would cause the family, quote, “irreparable harm in the form of extreme mental pain, anguish, and emotional distress.” They also want those materials to be exempt from public records requests, claiming that, quote, “no legitimate public interest would be served by the release or dissemination of the records to the public.”  (LINK) 

Paramount knows if you hook in the parent WITH the kid you got TV watching gold. Paramount+ has plans. And we heard some of those plans yesterday. A series of films for SpongeBob, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Transformers. Im saying movies in quotes because the “South Park” “TV movies” on Paramount+ have all ranged from 45 minutes to an hour. New SpongeBob will debut on Paramount+ in 2023.  And the “Untitled Transformers Animated Film,” to be directed by “Toy Story 4” filmmaker Josh Cooley, is confirmed for a July 19, 2024. And the new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movie hitting theaters in 2023 will be “fast followed” by a series of Paramount+ spinoff films, each one dedicated to one of the villains from the franchise in “never-before-told-tales.” The first of these will launch in 2023. There is a “Baby Shark” feature-length film in development for 2023; and a theatrical “Paw Patrol” sequel (LINK)

St. Louis native Nikki Glaser’s own reality, docu-series is set to premiere on E! this spring. “Welcome Home Nikki Glaser?” is a half-hour show that follows Glaser as she uproots her life in Hollywood and moves back to her home of St. Louis, according to a press release. The show will premiere Sunday, May 1, with two back-to-back episodes starting at 9pm.  There is self-discovery and even her ex-boyfriend Chris Convy.  Nikki Glaser serving as Executive Producers (LINK

VIOLENT J of the INSANE CLOWN POSSE watched the Showtime documentary series “We Need to Talk About Cosby” and he is upset.  He tweeted, “I feel psychotic.  America’s favorite dad spent 50 years druggin’ and raping woman and joked about it all along.  Then treated ’em like they did him foul “Now I feel psychotic too, knowing my urge to end his freedom by sendin’ him to hell quicker “The tweet still appears to be up, but could be taken down if it violates Twitter’s terms of service by threatening violence (LINK)  

Attendees of both the COACHELLA and STAGECOACH festivals are no longer be required to provide proof of vaccination, negative test results, or even wear a mask.  But this could change based on the ever-changing local guidelines. Coachella already mentioned the update on their website.  Their Covid-19 warning states, quote, “There is an inherent and elevated risk of exposure in any public place or place where people are present . . .”There is no guarantee, express or implied, that those attending the festival will not be exposed to Covid-19.” Stagecoach made their announcement on Twitter.  If you didn’t know, they share the same festival grounds in Indio, California.  Coachella takes place April 15th to the 17th and April 22nd to the 24th.  Stagecoach is April 29th to May 1st (LINK) 

Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, is in a relationship with Riley Hawk, pro-skater Tony Hawk’s son. After taking a social media break for a year, Cobain recently just posted some things she said she was grateful for on social media, sharing a pic of herself cozied up with Hawk. Frances was previously married to Isaiah Silva for 21 months before divorcing in 2016. 

The Device Orchestra guy released his version of The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army”.  (He calls it “Seven Devices Army” because he plays it on seven electric devices.  They are: Two electric toothbrushes, two credit card machines, two typewriters, and one steam iron.) 

Celebrating a Birthday today: 

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion is 27.

Musician Gary Clark, Jr. is 38.

Brandon Boyd, lead singer of Incubus, is 46.

The voice of Lois on Family Guy, Alex Borstein is 49.

Hockey legend Jaromír Jágr is 50.

Artist Shepard Fairey is 52.

Rapper Birdman is 53.

Shooter McGavin from Happy Gilmore, Christopher McDonald is 67.

The creator of the Simpsons, Matt Groening is 68.

Actress Jane Seymour is 71

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Gina Lynn

Today’s birthday girl has been in 258 fine films, including:

  • Action Sports Sex 9
  • All Holes No Poles 12
  • The Four Finger Club 9
  • Intimate Affair with Gina Lynn
  • Massive Asses 3
  • Oil Overload 1
  • Top Notch Bitches 1, 5, 6 & 7
  • Welcome to Boobstown
  • And who can forget her role in 2008’s Surrender the Booty 3


Gina Lynn is 48 years old


The Blues are up in Ottawa tonight to take on the Senators. The Blues are coming off a 5-1 win against the Blackhawks on Saturday.  Puck drop tonight is scheduled for 6PM.

5 On Your Side sports director Frank Cusumano confirmed on Monday that St. Louis-based Centene Corporation will be named the stadium naming-rights sponsor for St. Louis City SC. St. Louis City SC is set to formally announce the news during a 10 a.m. news conference today. Centene is a St. Louis-based health insurance company that also has partnerships with the Blues and Cardinals, including the naming rights to the Blues’ practice facility in Maryland Heights. Centene also has a sponsorship deal in the MLS with Charlotte FC, where it houses another base of operations. St. Louis City SC named another St. Louis-based company, Purina, as its founding sponsor and kit sponsor in March of 2021.

Major League Baseball asked the MLB Players Association for the ability to eliminate ‘hundreds’ of minor league playing jobs in its latest proposal amid heated labor negotiations between the two sides. The league proposed to reduce the maximum number of minor league players on the Domestic Reserve List—the list which governs the number of minor leaguers a team can roster at any time—from 180 to “below 150” for the remainder of the collective bargaining agreement. On the proposal, MLB made clear that the number would remain at 180 for the 2022 season. While the league has no concrete plans to reduce the size of the list in 2023 and beyond, the commissioner‘s office wants the flexibility to do so.  The MLB is expected to reject this proposal.

Former major league outfielder, Jeremy Giambi’s death has been ruled a suicide by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner.  Giambi, 47, was found dead in his mother’s home on Wednesday morning. The cause of death was listed as a gunshot wound to the chest. Giambi played parts of six seasons in the major leagues, including two playoff appearances with the Oakland Athletics. He and his older brother, Jason, were also portrayed in the 2011 movie Moneyball.

Novak Djokovic said he is willing to forgo the French Open and Wimbledon this year if vaccination against COVID-19 continues to be a requirement for participation.  In an interview with the BBC, the Serbian tennis star confirmed that he has not yet had the vaccine, although he is “keeping [his] mind open.” But when asked specifically if he was prepared to skip the next two majors, Djokovic said, “Yes, that is the price that I’m willing to pay.” The 34-year-old is the defending champion of both the French Open and Wimbledon. The French Open begins May 22, while Wimbledon starts June 27.

Quarterback Kyler Murray broke his silence on social media on Monday after recent reports indicated that there was a rift growing between him and the Cardinals.  The former No. 1 overall pick, didn’t flat-out dismiss the report that suggested he is frustrated with the franchise, but he did call the recent chatter about him “nonsense.” He said: “I play this game for the love of it, my teammates, everyone who has helped me get to this position that believed in me and to win championships. All of this nonsense is not what I‘m about, never has been, never will be. Anyone who has ever stepped between those lines with me knows how hard I go. Love me or hate me but I’m going to continue to grow and get better.”  Murray threw for 3,787 yards and rushed for 423 yards in 14 games this past season, scoring 29 total touchdowns. He is under contract through at least next year with the Cardinals.

After a two-year ban for violating the NBA/National Basketball Players Association anti-drug program, guard Tyreke Evans has been reinstated to play in the league.

Evans, 32, is eligible to begin negotiating with teams immediately and can sign a contract as soon as Friday at noon. Evans is the first player to be suspended and reinstated since Chris “Birdman” Andersen’s reinstatement in 2008. The NBA/NBPA drug policy calls for a player’s dismissal for two years if he tests positive for what’s considered a “drug of abuse.” Evans was the 2010 NBA Rookie of the Year with the Sacramento Kings, and he had stops with the New Orleans Pelicans, the Memphis Grizzlies and the Indiana Pacers. Evans was the fourth overall pick out of Memphis in the 2009 NBA draft.

Speaking of basketball – SLU lost to St Bonaventure yesterday 83-79 on the road. Their name game is against La Salle tomorrow at 7PM.  Mizzou takes on Arkansas at 8PM.  12th ranked Illinois is on the road against Rutgers tomorrow at 6PM.

The U.S. only added one medal to their total yesterday. Skier Megan Nick took bronze in women’s aerials in her Olympic debut.  Another one of our skiers, Ashley Caldwell, finished fourth. We’re still in third place in the medal standings with 16.  Here’s the latest leaderboard we saw as of 2AM this morning.

  1. Norway:  22. . . 9 gold, 6 silver, 7 bronze.
  2. Russia:  18. . . 4 gold, 6 silver, 8 bronze.
  3. USA:  16. . . 7 gold, 6 silver, 3 bronze.
  4. Austria:  16. . . 6 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze.
  5. Canada:  16. . . 1 gold, 4 silver, 11 bronze.