The 50 Grammy Performances That You Need to Watch, Day Three

Before you read this article, check out my day two essay on this link: http://www.examiner.com/reality-tv-in-kansas-city/the-50-grammy-performances-you-need-to-watch-day-two The Grammys are 10 days away!  While everyone is prepping for the Super Bowl, I am preparing to celebrate music’s biggest night by spanning a countdown of incredible Grammy moments that will appear on not only jacobelyacharjournalist.com but my Examiner.com […]

The 50 Grammy Performances That You Need to Watch, Day One

  The Grammys are 12 days away!  Every year, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences recognize some of the biggest names in music for their accomplishments in the recording industry.   Every year, Grammy audiences anticipate a performance that will have people talking about it at work the very next day or even […]

Throwback Tuesday: ReBoot

One of the first CGI Animated series that aired on television was ReBoot.  For seven years, fans turned on their television to follow the adventures of Bob (voiced by Michael Benyaer in seasons one and two and Ian James Corlett in seasons three and four), the Guardian of the fictional computerized Mainframe, as he and […]

TV 101-The Mortified Sessions

Ever wanted to know about what your favorite celebrities were like before they became famous?  The Mortified Sessions will have all the answers to your questions.  Host David Nadelberg sits down with a diverse group of celebrities as he talks to them about their childhood and awkward stages in life in a very hysterical manner. […]

Jacob’s Eye On…The 2012 State of DC Comics

In my last article, I examined why 2012 would be “The Year of Marvel Comics” at the end of December 2012.   However, what if Marvel’s top competitor: DC Comics came up on top during the final month of December?  This article focuses on why 2012 could be another year of DC Comics domination.   […]

Jacob’s Eye On….The 2012 State of Marvel Comics

2012 might be called “The Year of Marvel” at the end of December 2012.   This purpose of jacobelyacharjournalist.com’s blog entry is to highlight the key elements that could make Marvel dominant over DC.   Exhibit #1: The Avengers Assemble on the Big Screen   After seeing Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and the Hulk […]

Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve Turns 40

Saturday, December 31, 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.  The show started on NBC during 1972-1973 but since New Year’s Eve 1973, the show has always been on the Alphabet Network.  Besides changing networks, the show has gone through a number of transformations in the past couple of years […]

Throwback Tuesday-Star Search

Before competitive shows like American Idol, America’s Got Talent and So You Think You Can Dance debut on their respective networks, there was one talent show that created stars out of their contestants.   This show was called Star Search.   For 12 years, Ed McMahon presented the best of ten categories that included vocalists, dancers, […]

The Kennedy Center Honors-The 20 Best Performances, Part Two

The second part of the countdown celebrates the 10 best performances that were featured on CBS’s The Kennedy Center Honors.  So before you see Meryl Streep, Sonny Rollins, Yo-Yo Ma, Neil Diamond and Barbara Cook get honored on December 27, 2011.  Here are the Top 10 performances that you need to see…. #10: I Just […]

The Kennedy Center Honors-The 20 Best Performances, Part One

One of the specials that this author enjoys every year is CBS’ The Kennedy Center Honors.   Since 1978, the ceremony honors men and women who have given contributions to American Culture through music, movies, television and theater. Past honorees have included Neil Simon, Aretha Franklin, Julie Andrews, Tony Bennett and the late Lucille Ball and […]

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