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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Leno's prime time swan song tonight

The final "live" Jay Leno  prime time show will air tonight at ten. Variety reports it is expected to be business as usual, with no pomp or circumstance. Lenno returns to the Tonight Show starting March first.

Actor driven shows are slowly returning to prime time in NBC, but for now long form news features, reality and reruns are planned following non-stop Olympic coverage, which begins this Friday on NBC and many NBC owned or co-owned cable networks.

Meanwhile in Washington DC, congress is reviewing the Comcast 51% take over of NBC-Universal and how it might impact competition in the entertainment industry on both horizontal and vertical integration planes.

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Sesame Street Celebs


Funny Folks, celebrities on Sesame Street from the Huffington Post: click here for videos.

Bonyard Neon Graveyard to become Public Park and Museum

 
 

Alan Chaote of the Review Journal reports that "the museum is home to more than 150 neon signs from Las Vegas' past. There are huge ones, such as the Stardust sign, which is in nine pieces, or the Treasure Island skull that grins up at the sky (check it out on Google Maps). There are small ones, like the dancing shirt sign from Steiner's Cleaners or the leftover G, A, M, L and I from a "gambling hall" sign possibly dating from the 1930s."


Look for the Union Valentines Label



When you're searching for something sweet for that special person for Valentine's Day, why not buy union-made-in-America treats for them.

Here's a brief list of choices of candy products made by members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM); snack foods by members of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW); or fruit and nuts from members of the United Farm Workers of America (UFW).


Union Made Valentines Candy:
http://www.unionplus.org/union-made/valentines-day-treats