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    A Chicago weatherman was pleasantly surprised when he discovered the screen he used every day to display the local weather was in fact an interactive touch-screen.   Greg Dutra, who has worked as a weatherman and meteorologist for ABC 7 Chicago for three years, made the startling discovery live on-air during a Thursday morning broadcast.  While showing local residents the forecasted rain on his map, Dutra accidentally touched the screen, slightly moving it, leading him to exclaim: 'Oh, I moved the map! I can do that?'  'No way,' Dutra said as he continued to play with the map by moving it around. Val Warner, another news anchor, not seen on camera, asked Dutra if he 'just discovered that?' ABC 7 Chicago weatherman Greg Dutra found to his delight that the screen he works with each day to show the weather was in fact an interactive touch screen that was able to zoom and tilt Dutra has worked for the station for three years, according to his LinkedIn profile. After posting the wholesome clip to Twitter, it garnered over one million...
    It’s easy enough to find art classes for kids around the Bay Area, but we adults want to get artsy, too. So here’s a sampling of art studios offering unexpectedly amazing classes and workshops for grown-ups in everything from printmaking and ceramics to mosaics, blacksmithing and latte art. Arts Benicia For decades, this nonprofit arts center has provided space for artists to work and exhibit at Benicia’s historic Arsenal. Now headquartered in the Commanding Officer’s Quarters, the center offers online and in-person exhibits and workshops for all ages, in everything from drawing and painting to ceramics, jewelry making and paper marbling. Try a class: Intrigued by East Asian art and one of the oldest forms of printmaking? Try an introductory printmaking course (July 24, $165 for the course, plus $20 materials), where you’ll learn to prepare and carve a woodblock and make your own black and white or color prints. Details: Arts Benicia Annex, 991 Tyler St., #116 in Benicia; artsbenicia.org School of Visual Philosophy This family-owned art studio, creative community and artist incubator in the heart of Silicon Valley is dedicated to...
    The Weta Workshop is responsible for conjuring some of the most enjoyable monsters in film, from the terrifying orcs in Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” to the alien prawns of “District 9.” So it’s fitting the Oscar-winning outfit — which happens to be named after one of the most massive cricket species on earth — is behind a new exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences celebrating the grotesque splendor of insects. “Bugs,” a coproduction of Weta and the Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, uses giant, hyperrealistic sculptures to teach lessons about the evolutionary wonder of arthropods. There’s a room of honeybees the proportion of German Shepherds fighting off an even larger invading hornet; an orchid mantis camouflaged among flower petals that could seemingly swipe your head off; and a segment devoted to the highly developed hunting behavior of dragonflies. Folks with arachnophobia may want to pass on the car-seat-sized katipo spider, known for its extremely painful bite. There’s plenty more to interest fans of creepy crawlies, from scientific specimens to assembling your own flying paper insects to displays...
    A Regal Cinemas movie theater stands at night on 42nd Street in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020.Amir Hamja | Bloomberg | Getty Images "If you build it, they will come." Universal's president of domestic theatrical distribution borrowed the iconic line from "Field of Dreams" during the studios slate presentation at CinemaCon on Wednesday to describe how moviegoers are flocking back to theaters now that there is a steady stream of content available. Domestic ticket sales for the first four months of the year may be down around 44% compared with 2019 pre-pandemic levels, but cinemas are seeing significant gains over last year. Blockbuster titles like Warner Bros.′ "The Batman," Paramount's "Sonic 2″ and the Marvel-Sony's "Spider-Man: No Way Home" have led to a 338% increase in ticket sales from 2021, reaching $1.95 billion, according to data from Comscore. Operators are glad for the new titles and were reassured by studios throughout CinemaCon last week that they will continue to receive a large number of theatrical exclusives going forward. For the most part, the day-and-date experiment of the pandemic has ended and...
    JAMIE CARRAGHER left his fellow panellists in stitches after attempting to perform the viral 'griddy' dance live on US telly. The celebratory shuffle has taken off this year after being used by a number of NFL players after scoring touchdowns. 4Alex Scott tried to teach Carragher what to doCredit: CBS Sports 4The ex-Liverpool ace didn't quite nail itCredit: CBS Sports 4It didn't get much better for CarraCredit: CBS Sports While appearing on CBS' Champions League coverage, Alex Scott tried to teach Liverpool legend Carragher how to execute the griddy. Despite Scott's best efforts, Carra struggled to nail the movements. The 44-year-old is ever the good sport on CBS, having even donned a pink wig last season. But as game as he was, his foray into the world of dance wasn't much of a successful one... unless the aim was to make people laugh. As he tapped his feet, the ex-centre-back thrust his arms into the air, prompting hysterics from Scott and presenter Jules Breach. Carragher then caused more laughter moments later, as he stood and put his hands to his...
    LADY Gaga is to finally have the Chromatica Ball 2022 this summer after a two-year delay. With her sixth studio album, Chromatica, the artist was originally scheduled for a six-day concert tour until the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world. 3Album cover of Lady Gaga's sixth studio album, Chromatica What is the Chromatica Ball 2022? Lady Gaga is coming back with her sixth headlining tour, Chromatica Ball 2022, aligning with her sixth studio album, Chromatica. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the original tour date of 2020 was postponed two times and is finally arriving for fans. "While some parts of the world are moving quickly to open up, others are not yet ready. So until we can confirm all global dates, we have to postpone The Chromatica Ball shows to the summer of 2022," shared Lady Gaga in her email to ticket holders. Most read in Celebrity'LOVE TAKES TIME' Nick Cannon BEGS ex Mariah Carey to take him back in emotional new songBAD DAD? Tristan's baby mama Maralee claims he's paid NO child support for their son'IT'S TERRIFYING' Kim's fans...
    British pop star Ed Sheeran said Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will do interviews and performances from his house while he self-isolates. Sheeran, 30, broke the news on social media days before his new studio album is due out. “Quick note to tell you that I’ve sadly tested positive for Covid, so I’m now self-isolating and following government guidelines,” Sheeran wrote on Instagram. “It means that I’m now unable to plough ahead with any in person commitments for now, so I’ll be doing as many of my planned interviews/performances I can from my house. Apologies to anyone I’ve let down.” Representatives did not immediately say which performances he is canceling and which he will carry out from home. Sheeran’s official website lists no performances before April. The four-time Grammy winner’s new studio album is called “=,” which is pronounced “Equals.” Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    BOSTON (CBS) – Bring a blanket and listen to some live music at a beer garden. Check out the latest social media trend at a new selfie studio. View some beautiful quilt work at a Quilt Show. That’s what’s on our To Do List for this weekend. SELFIE STUDIO Selfie WRLD at Assembly Row in Somerville is a new space where you can take the perfect photo, and have a lot of fun in the process. The do-it-yourself photography studio opens on Saturday and has the ideal lighting and backdrops for dozens of different shots. One minute you’re in a tropical oasis, the next you’re posing on a basketball hoop. General admission is $25 for 1 hour. https://selfiewrldboston.com When: Tue-Sat: 12PM-9PM, Sun: 12PM-7PM Where: 660 Assembly Row, Somerville Cost: $25 for 1 hour, $15 for kids 2-12 QUILT SHOW The Plymouth 400th Anniversary Quilt Show is taking place Saturday and Sunday at the Plymouth Community Intermediate School. There you can find over 150 quilts on display, in addition to vendors and drawings for prizes. https://sewmanyshows.com/ When: Saturday, September 11 (10-4),...
    BOSTON (CBS) – As August rolls on, there are some interesting opportunities this weekend. You can support local businesses, local musicians, and check out a new craft studio. POP-UP MARKET The New England Revolution and Black Owned Bos. are teaming up for a pop-up market that will bring 15 local businesses to Patriot Place on Saturday. The market can be found in the Revolution Fan Zone from 3-7:30 p.m., before the Revolution play later that night. The goal of Black Owned Bos. is to highlight black-owned businesses. Saturday’s market will feature a wide variety of vendors, including Fusion Dolls and Hillside Harvest. blackownedbos.com When: Aug 21 from 3-7:30pm Where: Patriot Place, Foxboro Cost: Free CRAFT STUDIO Pinspiration, a new craft studio in Easton, is now open. Choose from dozens of do-it-yourself projects, like acrylic pouring or wood cutouts. All of the supplies and instructions are provided for you. Just show up, and have fun. The space is also available to rent out for private parties. https://www.pinspiration.com/locations/easton/ When: Tues-Thurs 12-8pm, Fri 12-9pm, Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 11am-4pm Where: 3 Roche Bros. Way,...
    MICAH RICHARDS repeated an old goal celebration and CARTWHEELED in the CBS studio alongside an in-stitches Jamie Carragher. The Liverpool legend was shown just how his fellow pundit used to react to goals back in his Manchester City 'glory days'. 3Jamie Carragher joined Micah Richards in replicating an old danceCredit: Twitter @UCLonCBSSports 3Richards then repeated his cartwheel goal celebration - much to the amusement of viewersCredit: Twitter @UCLonCBSSports During Wednesday's Champions League coverage for the US TV network, the pair, along with Kate Abdo and Alex Scott, got onto the topic of Richards' famous moves. Turning to Carragher, the former defender stated: "Come on then, I'll show you." Richards and Carragher leapt up and the studio screen behind them showed footage of the 32-year-old dancing alongside old Citizens pal Ishmael Miller. The pair then hilariously replicated the jig, Scott joking that Carragher was 'on strings' with his attempt. More footage from the same game was then shown, as the ex-City...
    Browse Better With One of These Useful and Comfortable Trackpads Cowboys owner Jerry Jones giving $20 million to help fund new National Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, Texas Black Widow, Cruella On March 23, Hollywood studio executives woke up to headlines that mega-U.K. exhibitor Cineworld, owner of Regal Cinemas in the U.S. — will start to open select Regal locations beginning early next month. Regal, the country’s second-largest chain behind AMC Theatres with 536 theaters in the U.S., had been closed for six months. More good news arrived with word from local officials that Los Angeles may be among a handful of counties where newly opened cinemas can increase capacity from 25 percent to 50 percent in the coming days. (L.A. is the country’s largest moviegoing market and key to studios getting back on track.) By noon, however, clouds of doubt rolled in rolled in when Disney announced it is delaying Marvel Studios’ Black Widow once again, along with five other films. Black Widow moves from May 7 to July 8; to boot, the superhero spinoff will be made available to...
    More On: interior design The dining room is now the most coveted room in a NYC apartment Former Fendi Casa director lists designer home for $3.9M NYC offices are going to look like your apartment when you finally go back to work Luxurious finds for the great indoors this holiday season No matter how swish the building, thanks to the pandemic, amenities just aren’t what they used to be. Like millions of others, pianist, singer and songwriter Mike Tedesco, 29, saw his career screech to a halt when COVID struck. Unable to perform in-person gigs due to the pandemic, in August he switched to Twitch, a streaming service, where he began performing virtually. He’d belt out his own compositions — as well as covers by artists including Queen, Billy Joel and Ed Sheeran — requested by followers from around the world. But some of Tedesco’s neighbors at AKA Times Square, a luxury brand of extended-stay hotel residences (prices from roughly $6,400 a month for a one-bedroom, though rates can vary), didn’t want to tune in. “I got...
    Sunday’s return of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” will pay tribute to original host Regis Philbin, who died in July at the age of 88. Philbin’s catchphrase (“Is that your final answer?”), his banter with contestants in the “Hot Seat” and even his monochromatic suits helped launch “Millionaire” to primetime dominance upon its 1999 premiere. “I’m so glad that ‘Millionaire’ showed America and the world the outstanding broadcaster that Regis was. It made him a bigger star and more of a household name and brought him so much joy,” says Michael Davies, who produced the original series on ABC and is back for its nighttime revival with host Jimmy Kimmel. “Seeing that show succeed [for Regis] meant a lot to me. “It was very important to Jimmy and I that we give Regis a proper tribute,” he says. That segment will air near the conclusion of Sunday’s 9 p.m. season premiere (featuring celebrity contestant Tiffany Haddish). Chana Shwadlenak (contestant) and Regis Philbin.Courtesy Everett Collection “We sort of say goodbye to the contestants rolling over to the next show and...
    The 'Live With Kelly and Ryan' star made the surprising work demand while on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' Kelly Ripa says she’ll only return to the New York studio of her morning talk show if she can do it pants-free. The Live With Kelly and Ryan host made the surprising demand during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Ripa, who has been filming her morning show from a remote location since March, told Kimmel’s guest host Sebastian Maniscalco that she has been enjoying dressing down for her morning show tapings, and she teased that she rarely wears anything down under. When talking about the potential timeline to return to an actual studio alongside co-host Ryan Seacrest, Kelly said some construction may need to be done on set before she’ll return. “I’m not coming back if I have to wear pants or bottoms of any kind,” the 49-year-old talk show queen said. “I like this from the waist up thing that we’re doing. So I think we should build a studio where you can’t see what we’re wearing from the waist down....
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