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Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most recognizable faces in the world of entertainment. In addition to founding “The Blue Collar Comedy Tour” with comedians Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White, the 56-year-old funny man is the most successful comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and the best-selling author of 11 books. He has also had a long-lasting television career, hosting numerous gameshows, most notably “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader” and “The American Bible Challenge.” Above all...Continue reading »

After he and his wife devoted more than three decades building Intercoast Colleges into a successful for-profit educational institution with branches throughout the country, two years ago Christopher Sean Brown made an epic decision to walk away and follow his dream of moviemaking. “I was always into television and film, and was always around the film, television and radio business,” said Brown. “I’ve been around the entertainment industry all my life.” Brown, whose father worked as the head of Armed Forces Radio and Television...Continue reading »

Dakota Johnson, star of ’50 Shades of Grey’ could have appeared naked on stage when she guest-hosted NBC’s Saturday Night Live and received less attention. But Johnson is making headlines for starring in a father-daughter ISIS ad parody on SNL that’s sparking quite a debate. The ad copies a commercial for Toyota Camry (scroll down), where a dad gives a tearful goodbye to his daughter who’s joining the military. In this ad, though, the...Continue reading »

Are you a divorcing dad? Most kids aren’t mature enough to understand why parents divorce. So they have lots of questions and often feel alone. Experts say parents who can learn to empathize with their children play a major role in helping them adjust. To help minimize the impact of divorce on children, the website has compiled some tips on how to be an empathetic parent in a divorce: Tip 1: Try to Focus on a Time When...Continue reading »

Immigration reform is a hot button issue. No doubt about that. What about an immigration assignment? A Wisconsin teacher created an immigration assignment that rubbed one dad the wrong way and has prompted questions about what the teacher was thinking. Students in the 8th grade social studies class at Shattuck Middle School were handed an immigration assignment that Scott Radies, 46, believes suggested that the Republican Party is destroying the “pathway to citizenship”...Continue reading »

Two weeks ago, what daughter Allison Williams said publicly about her dad would not have been newsworthy–let alone headline-making. But times are different since Brian Williams, the now suspended top-rated NBC Nightly News anchorman, was caught exaggerating a Iraq war story and punished for it by getting sidelined without pay for 6 months. “This has been a really hard time. We have also been feeling very lucky, counting our blessings. We have our health. We have each other. It’s been incredible to experience the outreach...Continue reading »

It may be cold across much of the country. But today in Florida there’s lots of talk about swimming pool safety and a bill that would prevent electrocution deaths such as the one that claimed the life of 7-year-old Calder Sloan. Sloan was electrocuted in his family pool 10 months ago because of a faulty pool light. “What we’ve discovered is there is so many things that can go wrong in a pool that can lead to fatal injuries,” his dad, Chris Sloan, told Continue reading »

A stunning admission from Brian Williams, the anchor of top-rated NBC Nightly News: That story he’s been telling about covering the Iraq war and being in a helicopter that came under enemy fire, well, it never happened. Wow. We’ll say it again: That famous Brian Williams Iraq war story he’s retold a million times never actually happened. Brian Williams now says he was, in fact, not on board a helicopter hit by enemy fire during the...Continue reading »

If actors Matt Damon and Ben Affleck need medical science to back them up on Deflategate, they’ve got it. Orthopedic surgeons who treat pro athletes, including one who is a former New England Patriots ball boy, are weighing in on Deflategate, saying the controversy is overblown because, clinically speaking, a deflated ball has little impact on an athlete’s performance for most of the NFL quarterbacks. “Even with a slightly deflated ball, if you’ve got a guy with great talent, good mechanical skills, strong shoulders (rotator cuff)...Continue reading »

A 5 year old came home from school with a note in an envelope. But it wasn’t from Alex Nash’s teacher. It was from a classmate’s mom. And it contained an invoice for £15.95 (US $24.10). In the note, Julie Lawrence said because Alex was a no-show at her son’s birthday party, and his parents never bothered to call and cancel, she had to pay for Alex. “It was a proper invoice with full official details and even her bank details on it,” Derek Nash, Alex’s father, Continue reading »