March 02, 2021 - 09:58 GMT Bridie Wilkins Loose Women star Coleen Nolan home: see where Coleen lives in Cheshire with her daughter Ciara and son Shane, after overhauling an area of the garden. Coleen Nolan has been giving fans daily updates on how she spends her time at home recently, and the latest revealed that she and her daughter Ciara had been overhauling an allotment area in the garden of their home. She shared a photo on Instagram showing Ciara painting a picket fence white as she sat on a camping chair, while Coleen enjoyed a cup of tea from her Friends -inspired Central Perk mug. She captioned the post: "Looks like sitting down on the job is the way forward #CuppawithCol @ciarafensome." READ: Coleen Nolan's fans stunned by living room transformation - watch Coleen Nolan's garden after painting Coleen's son Shane also shares the home with Coleen and Ciara, and apparently the family had been debating which method of painting to employ. "Been saying use a roller all week," Shane commented. "Nobody listens, would have had this done in a few hours with it." MORE: Coleen Nolan unveils glimpse at never-before-seen area inside new home SEE: Coleen Nolan reveals glimpse inside beautiful garden at new home Nonetheless, Coleen and Ciara had made serious progress, since Coleen shared a picture of the area before they had begun a few days prior. Coleen Nolan's garden before painting It showed that the fence was originally an aged natural wood colour, while the soil seen in both snaps looked much healthier in Coleen's more recent post. When she first announced her plans to spruce up the garden, she joked about her pet cat Betty getting in the way and wrote: "Trying to clear all this today. However, Betty decided it was time for a #CuppawithCol. She's not wrong, I'm knackered!" Loose Women star Coleen moved into her house in Cheshire at the start of the … [Read more...] about Coleen Nolan and daughter Ciara transform beautiful garden – see before and after
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Photo-Illustration: Vulture and Photos by Getty Images 1912: The U.S. government breaks up the New York–based conglomerate Motion Picture Patents Company, a.k.a. the Movie Trust. This paves the way for a newly formed Universal to open studios in L.A. and attract more of the budding film industry. 1928: Each of the big eight film studios now opens in L.A., ushering in the “Golden Age” of film in Hollywood. At the same time, Schenectady stations W2XB and WGY transmit the first-ever televised drama, The Queen’s Messenger , to Los Angeles. Direct lines between the entertainment industries on the two coasts begin to be drawn. 1938: After more than a decade of operating solely out of New York, radio-broadcast rivals NBC and CBS confirm the pull of L.A. by opening studios there. 1939: The earliest commercial-TV experiments begin with NBC station W2XBS, establishing New York as the new medium’s hub of innovation. 1946: Contrary to conventional East Coast wisdom, director Jerry Fairbanks eschews live broadcast and pioneers multi-cam TV production in L.A. Sitcoms are not far behind. 1948: Vaudeville superstar comic Milton Berle hosts first televised variety show, The Texaco Star Theatre , for NBC in NYC. Growing television audiences go nuts. 1951: Despite a network pull to film in New York, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz insist on shooting I Love Lucy in L.A. The sitcom soon bumps Texaco as the nation’s No. 1 TV hit. 1954: Tonight Starring Steve Allen — late-night variety talk-show precursor to the juggernaut that is The Tonight Show — begins broadcasting from New York’s Hudson Theater. 1956: The Milton Berle Show , descendant of Texaco Star Theatre , ends its broadcast not in New York but in Los Angeles. Despite Berle’s leap west, The Ed Sullivan Show continues to broadcast out of NYC and showcases early nightclub comics such as Phyllis Diller and Jackie Mason. 1963: Budd Friedman opens his first Improvisation club … [Read more...] about The History of Comedians Moving Between NYC and L.A.
Photo: An Óskar for Húsavík The people of Húsavik, Iceland, woke up today and decided to just go for it, man. After having their town featured in Netflix’s Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga , the humble townsfolk have launched their own DIY Oscars campaign aimed at helping the song “Húsavik” bag an Academy Award. The video follows a man from Húsavík named … wait for it … Óskar Óskarsson (played by Sigurður Illugason). He’s the only Oskar in town, you see, and he wants another. The town has even reached out to the elves for help! But can their efforts overcome the sheer rage of “the ‘Jaja Ding Dong’ guy,” who has other ideas about a certain song from the film that should win? The campaign’s website outlines just how much the song and the film have meant to the people of this tiny town, where two-thirds of all jobs rely on tourism. “For this reason, the town has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic,” read a statement on the website. “But the release of the Netflix film and the song ‘Húsavik’ has lifted the spirit of the people of Húsavík. When we learned that the song, that has become a sort of an anthem for our people, had a chance of an Oscar nomination, we sprung into action.” In fact, there is now an effort to create a temporary museum in Húsavik dedicated to the Eurovision Song Contest that the town hopes to open this summer. As Icelandic musician Daði Freyr once told us , the lyrics to “Húsavik” don’t make a ton of grammatical sense, but I think we can all agree that this song winning an Oscar totally does. … [Read more...] about The Town of Húsavik Would Like an Oscar, Please