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Bill Cosby To Make A TV Comeback?

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Bill Cosby

The landscape of television programming today is nothing like it was when the ”Cosby Show” ended in 1992, but that’s not stopping Bill Cosby from re-entering the television world.

There are talks of a new comedy show being developed between Cosby and NBC to launch in the summer or fall of 2015, according to Deadline.

SEE ALSO: Bill Cosby Becomes 1st Black Emmy Award Winner On This Day In 1966

“Bill plays the patriarch of the family, dispensing his classic wisdom on relationships and parenthood, with three daughters, husbands and grandchildren,” said NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke.

The show is being produced by Sony TV and has been in the works since January. It’s being created by “Glee” actor  Mike O’Malley and Mike Sikowitz. O’Malley may also be pulling double-duty by possibly playing Cosby’s son-in-law.

SEE ALSO: Cut It Out, Bill Cosby! This Generation Isn’t Apathetic


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Kanye To Lawyer: ‘I’m the smartest celebrity you’ve ever f****ng dealt with!

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It’s been well-documented that Kanye West doesn’t love the paparazzi, especially when it comes to his famous family’s privacy.

TMZ got hold of a transcript of Kanye’s deposition in the case where he’s accused of beating a photographer and smashing his camera.

Kanye explains to Nate Goldberg, the photog’s lawyer,
“I’m in the business of trying to make dope s**t for the world. You’re in the business of representing scums and trying to make as much money as long as there’s this lapse in the law.”

Goldberg grills Kanye about his song, “Flashing Lights,” — a rant against the paparazzi. Goldberg quotes from the song, “Till I get flashed by the paparazzi, damn, these ni**as got me.”

At that point Kanye interrupts,

“You have to ask for a hall pass. You can’t just say the ‘n’ word around me.” adding, “It offends me because you’re a white person saying ‘ni**a.'”

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Make Your Beauty Sleep Worthwhile With These Tricks

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STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — When women say they need their beauty sleep, they’re not joking. Most of the biological activities that repair and restore the body occur at night.

Beauty Expert Kate De Ponte stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to share beauty tricks to use overnight!

Here are some of her tips:

Refresh, Then Relax: Too many women forget to remove their makeup before going to bed and with the summer sweat and humidity, it can leave a layer of grime on our skin. Stock up on easy-to-use towelettes that make it easier to keep skin clean all summer. You can even use night calming towelettes that help you unwind and relax.

  • Neutrogena Makeup Remover Night Calming Cleansing Towelettes – $6.99

No More Puffy Eyes: When you sleep horizontally, fluid pools beneath your eyes causing those dreaded bags. Use an eye cream or serum at night and be sure prop your…

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Opinion: For Those Who Take Delight in Criticizing Our Leaders

Chinedu George Nnawetanma

First Published: June 7, 2014 on [Article Here]

Subsequently Published: June 8, 2014 on [Article Here] among others.

A few days ago, I was going through a news article on a popular website about President Jonathan performing the groundbreaking ceremony of CAN President Ayo Oritsejafor’s Eagle Heights University in Delta State. What occurred to me while reading the piece was not the prospects of the addition of another stellar private tertiary institution to the country’s second-rate education system, but the cold shoulder it will receive from some hypercritical Nigerians. True to my prediction, the reactions in the comments section of the website did not disappoint.

It was awash with criticisms levelled against both the president and Pastor Oritsejafor. On the part of the president, he was accused of abandoning more pressing national issues to attend a “mere” groundbreaking ceremony (when he could have sent the minister for education…

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Nigeria’s Forgotten Heroes…

Tomiwa Allan E. Ogunmodede

“It was unity we wanted, not rebellion. We had watched our leaders rape our country.

The country was so diseased that bold reforms were badly needed to settle social, moral, economic and political questions.

We fully realised that to be caught planning, let alone acting, on our lines, was high treason. And the penalty for high treason is death.”

Emmanuel Ifeajuna.

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Nigeria: Two soldiers, 12 others killed in fresh Taraba violence

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Source: Premium Times

he Police in Jalingo, Taraba State, have confirmed the death of 14 persons, including two soldiers, in a renewed violence at Ibi, headquarters of Ibi Local Government Area, on Thursday morning.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the stare, Joseph Kwaji, said in Jalingo on Friday that no fewer than 14 houses were razed down.

The spokesperson said 14 suspects have been arrested in connection with the incident.

He disclosed that two AK 47 rifles and several other dangerous weapons were recovered from them.

He, however, said that normalcy had returned to area after a detachment of mobile policemen and military were deployed to maintain the peace.

Mr. Kwaji said investigation into the cause of the crisis had begun.

Hundreds of people have been killed in various ethnic clashes in Taraba in the past year.

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