Posts Tagged ‘bill o’reilly’

Arts Roundup: Talk Like a Pirate Day Edition

News you can use: Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day. Here are some local places where talking like a pirate will yield something other than a confused glare. [Post]
More delays for the Eisenhower Memorial [Washingtonian]
Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly to debate Oct. 6 at the Lisner Auditorium... and it's already sold out [Post]
Watch the [...]

Ford’s Theatre’s Upstairs/Downstairs Problem

In my roundup this morning, I pointed to a Washington Post report that the museum store at Ford's Theatre has opted not to sell Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination That Changed America, by Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, because it doesn't meet the shop's standards for accuracy and attribution.
The Ford's site—and the museum and shop [...]

Arts Roundup: Fly Guy Edition

Everyone's a Hater: Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's history of the Lincoln assassination, Killing Lincoln, isn't being stocked by the musuem store at Ford's Theatre because the book doesn't meet the shop's standards for accuracy and documentation—and which, naturally, has led to a balls-out crazy comments section beneath The Washington Post's story on the ban. "The [...]

Arts Roundup: Porn Icon Edition

Morning, all. I feel a slow day comin' on, but let's take a look at what's going on in the world, anyway.
RIP, Bob Guccione. The Penthouse founder died yesterday in Plano, Tex. after a long battle with cancer. It's a sad day for porn lovers everywhere.
Evidently Juan Williams hasn't learned from the examples of Helen Thomas or Rick Sanchez. [...]

International Ink: Feiffer, France, and Fingerman

A theme ties these books together, even though I wasn't looking for one while reading them. They're all about "I," or perhaps  "me, Me, ME!"
You'd expect an autobiography like Jules Feiffer's Backing Into Forward: A Memoir (Doubleday, $30) to be all about its author—and it mostly is, but it's also idiosyncratic. While Feiffer says the [...]

Saturday Night Fervor: Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck on the Big Screen!

As the only person paying attention to Fathom Events, the company best known for streaming live spectacles into movie theaters for exorbitant prices and with little fanfare, I was struck with morbid curiosity during a commercial for the Bold & Fresh Tour Live! starring Fox superstars Bill O’Reilly and Glenn Beck. Both pundits [...]