Dorothy Height, who is also known as “godmother” of the civil rights movement, was honored on the homepage of Google Monday.
On what would have been her 88th birthday, search giant Google honored “La Reina De La Salsa” Celia Cruz with her own Doodle gracing their homepage today. Cruz, whose career spanned more than five decades, has been featured in countless movies including “Mambo Kings,” “Carlito’s Way,” “Antwone Fisher,” and “Chasing Papi.”
By Kurt Orzeck The search is over for the most-Googled names in 2011: The most popular and fastest-rising terms include Rebecca Black, Ryan Dunn and Casey Anthony. The 11th annual list of top 10 fastest-rising global queries was announced Thursday morning. Google Zeitgeist sifted through billions of Google searches to determine the list. Thirteen-year-old […]
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – NBC’s ‘Nightly News‘ on Tuesday flashed a clip of Barack Obama speaking on the night he was elected president two years ago, with anchor Brian Williams remarking on how much younger Obama looked. Plenty had changed in two years, and news organizations harnessed firepower on the air and online […]
We can all feign shock and disapproval of Whoopi Goldberg’s comments made in support of Mel Gibson in light of accusations that he beat his girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, but we all know that scandal sells. Whoopi is selling her show, ‘The View‘. And creating controversy in any way — from starting a feud with Donald Trump to […]