Embed from Getty Images Really–enough is enough. Here are some (but certainly not all) people, places, and things that have worn out their media/cultural/societal welcome. You may be familiar with some or all of them, but–even if not–take it from us, we’ve heard and/or seen way too much of them recently and they should bug […]
Paying Attention This post was originally put up in early September (maybe you’ve noticed a trend..as we work through some of the greatest hits from the past). Last night, 8 October 2019, the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon opening returned to its’ classic opening format…the one used since the first telecasts of the show. Why? […]
Update On December 31st, or maybe during the early morning hours of New Year’s Eve 2019, the DonaldPierce.com site went down, at least from an administrative point of view. If you were on the net and checked in up until the end of April 2019, you could still see the posts–all of them–starting with our […]
Music For Today’s Headlines: Jeffrey Epstein Found Dead In Apparent Suicide You could just see this one coming. Too much money, too much power, too much rule breaking, too many powerful friends, too many secrets that had to go to the grave. The drama that was Jeffrey Epstein and his life will be with us […]
Above: Dr. John doing an extended version of “Such a Night”, one of his best known hits. Good music and excellent photography. Perfect for setting the tone for a piece to remember a musical legend. “Such a Night. Sweet confusion under the moonlight….” –from “Such a Night” by Mac Rebennack (Dr. John) Mac Rebennack, […]
Nightshift Sports: Embed from Getty Images The Latest Word: The Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona is currently in progress. The race started yesterday afternoon and will finish this afternoon. The teams who have come through the night unscathed (and many did not) now face the daunting prospect that a third of the race is yet […]
The Latest Word Hurricane Harvey is a devastating event. Everyone is going to need assistance to recover. One of the very best places to start is to use the government resources available to you. Here’s where to go for help: Federal Government Assistance or call 1-800-621-FEMA Hang in there. We’ll get through it.