Actor-comedian Sammy Shore, father of Pauly, dies at 92
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sammy Shore, an actor and standup comedian who co-founded the Comedy Store, died Saturday. He was 92.
Through a spokeswoman, Shore's family said he died at his Las Vegas...
2 Georgia men drown off Florida Panhandle beach
PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Two Georgia men drowned in separate incidents off a Florida Panhandle beach.
The News Herald reports 21-year-old Tony Orlando Jackson of Cartersville, Georgia, was found in the water off Panama City Beach on Sunday, several hours after police responded to a distressed swimmer call.
Expo, Joe Walsh concert and a day of Vets Rock pride in Uncasville
For the state and for Mohegan Sun Casino, Vets Rock is a point of pride. The third annual event for U.S. military veterans at Mohegan Sun on Friday, Nov. 3, features a day of support, services and fun for active military, veterans and their families, including a benefit concert at Mohegan Sun Arena.
Celebrities, loved ones remember comedian Jerry Lewis
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The life of famed comedian Jerry Lewis was celebrated in Las Vegas, where host Tony Orlando told funny stories in an event that was more joyous than gloomy, as the comic would have wanted.
"We lost a great one," said Orlando, who co-hosted the annual Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon for decades. "The man who generated those laughs was Jerry Lewis. We are going to miss him. Imprint, today, every laugh he ever gave you."
Orlando spoke to more than 400 friends and family Monday.
Celebrities, loved ones remember comic Jerry Lewis
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The life of famed comedian Jerry Lewis was celebrated in Las Vegas Monday with a gathering hosted by Tony Orlando to tell funny stories in an event that was more joyous than gloomy, as the comic would have wanted.
Trump feted by Tony Orlando, Jackie Evancho at inauguration
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald and Melania Trump were feted at their inaugural balls by the Rockettes and by singer Tony Orlando, who sang his famous "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree."
Meanwhile, earlier in the day, it was 16-year-old singer Jackie Evancho who had the spotlight, singing the national anthem in a soft, solemn voice. "Great job, Jackie!" the new president called out.