Disneyland in Anaheim, California, is packed with visitors. But the company refuses to provide COVID-19 testing to its employees.
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Following a series of Instagrams complaining about the food in the NBA bubble, the league brought in executive chef Shawn Loving, who tells Tarpley Hitt how he righted the ship.
The EDM duo will likely face citations and fines from multiple city departments, according to Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.
The animators open up to Tarpley Hitt about how they filled empty baseball stadiums with virtual fans who cheer, boo, do the wave, and can make up to 500 different movements.
But we did manage to find out how one of the biggest celebrity-PSA misfires in recent memory came to be.
On World Emoji Day, emoticon inventor Scott Fahlman opens up about creating the progenitor of emoji and why he doesn’t use emoji himself.
“All this awesome comedy would just be gone,” a top creator tells The Daily Beast.
The legendary comedian opens up to Tarpley Hitt about the 40th anniversary of “The Blues Brothers,” including the film’s cocaine budget, John Belushi, Aretha, James, and more.
The legendary filmmaker behind “Aguirre, the Wrath of God” and “Grizzly Man” opens up to Tarpley Hitt about trash TV, his new Japanese family-rental film, and his legacy.
Larnell Evans, Jr., the great-great-grandson of Anna Short Harrington, who allegedly inspired Aunt Jemima, is far from satisfied by the company’s recent rebrand and cash donation.