Traverse City/ Northern Michigan Buzz
Props to Raymond Rathbun he saved his neighbor's life in Cheboygan county - 7 and 4 news has more here!
If you're looking to do something good stop by Goodwill on S. Airport today from 3:30 until 7pm Michigan Blood will be on hand for blood donations
SELENA GOMEZ may be on the rebound from JUSTIN BIEBER with JOSH HUTCHERSON. They were spotted leaving the Beverly Hilton arm-in-arm after the "Golden Globes".
LANCE ARMSTRONG taped his interview with OPRAH WINFREY yesterday, and sources say he DID admit to using performance-enhancing drugs to help him win his seven Tour de France titles. Oprah will appear today on "CBS This Morning" to discuss the interview . . . which airs Thursday night on OWN.
During her speech at the "Golden Globes", JODIE FOSTER made it sound like she's retiring from acting. Apparently that's not the case. Backstage, she said, quote, "I could never stop acting. You'd have to drag me behind a team of horses."
Disney announced that "Pirates of the Caribbean 5", is due out in July of 2015 . . . and "Muppets 2" will hit theaters in March of 2014. Captain America: The Winter Soldier" will drop in April of 2014
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE has released an "open letter", where he announced that his new album will be called "The 20/20 Experience", and said it'll be out sometime "this year." He also apologized for "teasing" his fans over the past few days . . . but admitted that he REALLY ENJOYED DOING IT.
Let's be honest, I know I'm not alone when it comes to the post holiday blues, I've been in a huge funk and this might be why! From our partners at Wise Brother Media: According to experts, this is the most depressing week of the year. And you may not have realized it at the time, but yesterday was the most depressing DAY of the year. The reasons why are obvious: The "holiday glow" is over, the weather sucks, night starts early, you don't have a vacation to look forward to, and you've flopped on your New Year's resolutions.
A new study figured out the basic skills that are disappearing the fastest because of modern technology. The top five are handwriting, using a dictionary or encyclopedia, mental math, reading a map, and finding something at the library.
A 17-year-old girl in Des Moines, Iowa has an unusual career goal for a high-school senior. Her grandfather died six years ago, and she was impressed by how well the hospice staff cared for him. So since then, she's wanted to be a hospice nurse. She volunteers in her spare time, and says that it's not that she likes being around death . . . she just wants to help the families.