Turkeys Away WKRP in Cincinnati Station manager Arthur Carlson comes up with a big idea for a unique holiday promotion involving live turkeys and a helicopter.
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The Smoking Jacket: Jimmy Fallon straps on his finest Neil Young getup and cranks out a tender, heartfelt acoustic cover of “Whip My Hair” by Willow Smith. About halfway through, he’s joined by The Boss, who looks like he just emerged from 1976 to join in. Jimmy Fallon and Bruce Springsteen Cover Willow Smith
Keeping Jason Garrett as Cowboys coach is like Lamont running Sanford and Sons....– Robert Littal, @BlkSportsOnline
Dylan nodded to (or parodied) Springsteen in 1988 with his Traveling Wilburys’ song “Tweeter and the Monkey Man.” Good piece in last week’s P-G as both artists were gearing up to play Pittsburgh. Knockin’ On Dylan’s Door: Early on, Springsteen was yet another ‘new Dylan.’ So how did that all work out?
Every athlete should be giving to charity. The celebrity doesn’t really mean...– Amani Toomer Via Bloomberg: Gimelstob’s New York Marathon Wager Helps Organizers Raise $26.2 Million Amani Toomer, the New York Giants’ career leader in receiving yards and touchdowns, is also running for charity. Toomer, 33, is starting last and watchmaker Timex Group BV will donate $1 to the...
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catalystdigital: A look at how a non-traditional Congressional candidate, former Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Jon Runyan, is using technology in a way that breaks outside of the norm when it comes to political campaigns. Not unlike selling a tangible good or service, the Runyan campaign is finding new consumers (voters/donors) of their “product” by expanding their reach beyond their...