Today's Headlines

Welcome to PMandS.com! * * * Follow us on Twitter @_PMandS * * * Denver Nuggets fire coach Brian Shaw * * * Philadelphia Eagles agree to trade running back LeSean McCoy to the Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso * * * DOJ report finds racial bias in Ferguson, MO Police Department * * * Supreme Court to hear arguments Wednesday in ‘King v. Burwell’ case, which contends people in 37 states are receiving subsidies illegally through Obamacare * * * Boehner, McConnell, Congress vote to fund DHS through the end of the fiscal year despite House Republican opposition * * * Alabama Supreme Court again halts gay marriage in that state * * * China surpasses the United States for the first time in February in box office receipts, grossing $650 million to the U.S.’ $640 million * * * Jessie Usher (‘When the Game Stands Tall’) cast in ‘Independence Day 2′ * * *
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Filed under: Sports
March Madness starts right now for the mid-majors

March Madness starts right now for the mid-majors

March is all about college basketball. The casual sports fan will delight in “Selection Sunday” and will use the opening weekend of the NCAA tournament to leave work early, pretending to care if a 14 seed can knock off a 3 (even if they’ve never heard of either team or name any player from the schools [...]

Filed under: Movies,Sports
PM&S’ late night highlights (3/2-3/6)

PM&S’ late night highlights (3/2-3/6)

(Letterman is repeats this week) The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) Monday: Ryan Reynolds, Terrence Howard, Kelly Clarkson Tuesday: Judi Dench (The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), Ansel Elgort (Insurgent), GZA, Tom Morello Wednesday: Danny DeVito, Zoe Kravitz (Insurgent), Whitney Cummings Thursday: Hugh Jackman (Chappie), Tiffani Thiessen, Hozier Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) Monday: Cate [...]

Chris Jollay · Monday, March 2nd, 2015· Tags: , , , , , · No Comments »
Filed under: Movies
‘Focus’ is an entertaining but hardly memorable ‘rom-con’

‘Focus’ is an entertaining but hardly memorable ‘rom-con’

Focus is now playing in 3,323 theaters nationwide. It is rated ‘R’ for language, some sexual content and brief violence. It is one hour and forty-four minutes long. For most famous and established actors, the name describes the movie better than the title. A Jackie Chan movie is very different from a Bruce Willis movie, [...]

Ashwath Kumar · Sunday, March 1st, 2015· Tags: , , , , , , , · 1 Comment »
Filed under: Politics
Meanwhile, in Hillaryland…

Meanwhile, in Hillaryland…

Last year Hillary was getting a lot of press–a lot of it not great publicity for the presumed front-runner to be elected president in 2016. In April she struggled to answer a question about what she was most proud of in her tenure as Secretary of State. There was a flub in June where she [...]

Filed under: Movies,Politics,Sports
PM&S’ late night highlights (2/23-2/28)

PM&S’ late night highlights (2/23-2/28)

Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) Monday–Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano, Helen Mirren Tuesday–Matthew Broderick, Ellie Kemper (Sex Tape) The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) Tuesday– Josh Duhamel, Gabrielle Union Wednesday–Ice-T Thursday–James Spader, Margo Robbie (Focus) Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) Monday–Kobe Bryant Tuesday–Will Forte Wednesday–Will Smith (Focus) Thursday–Viola Davis Friday–Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games) Tavis Smiley [...]

Filed under: Politics
Giuliani’s talk on Obama’s patriotism draws a firestorm

Giuliani’s talk on Obama’s patriotism draws a firestorm

“I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the President loves America. He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country.” Those comments by former New York City [...]

Filed under: Movies,Politics
LTTE–Who cares how white the Oscars are this year?

LTTE–Who cares how white the Oscars are this year?

So this is how far we’ve come. Just surfing the net, and I see that “civil rights activists” plan on protesting outside the Oscars this year. Apparently every one of the 20 acting nominees this year is white for the first time since like 1998. Oh, the humanity. I also see that according to outlets [...]

Filed under: Movies
‘HTTM 2,’ ‘McFarland’ and ‘The DUFF’ quick reviews

‘HTTM 2,’ ‘McFarland’ and ‘The DUFF’ quick reviews

HOT TUB TIME MACHINE 2 (R)–I enjoyed the first Hot Tub Time Machine fine, although I didn’t think it was great. Watching this sequel kind of reminded me of 22 Jump Street except a couple of notches lower on the totem pole. You like the characters in general but the movie gets to be so over-the-top a [...]

Filed under: Sports
The NCAA’s Ollie follies and speeding up baseball

The NCAA’s Ollie follies and speeding up baseball

Not enough for a full column this week, but plenty of news and notes for your weekend enjoyment. With college basketball hitting its final weeks I’ll focus on some teams/conferences/games you should be paying attention to. Your game guide will come at the end of today’s column, but some things for you to chew on this [...]

Filed under: Sports
24 hours after the NBA trade deadline, the dust settles

24 hours after the NBA trade deadline, the dust settles

This is one of those articles you wait until the next day to write. The NBA trading deadline came with a tremendous flurry of activity yesterday as 11 trades were made before the deadline. Very few people rumored to be going somewhere didn’t get traded, the only major exceptions probably being Brook Lopez of the [...]