With Doyle McManus on vacation, we’re visited by political junkie Ken Rudin who reunites with Bob to discuss their favorite political stories of the week. Next, the team behind the cult favorites Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007), director Edgar Wright and actors Nick Frost and Simon Pegg return with the last of the so-called “Cornetto Trilogy,” The World’s End, a tale of a bar crawl that unveils an alien invasion. Martin Freeman, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy and Pierce Brosnan co-star.
Go behind the window displays. Behind the racks. Two personal shoppers for Manhattan's biggest department stores have written a wildly dishy novel that goes behind the dressing rooms of New York's fashion elite. At Frankel's New York, the wives of billionaires and Hollywood celebrities sip champagne while stylists and tailors cater to every whim. And one person has made it her career to help these Amex-wielding shoppers create the perfect look.
Tchingiz Torekulovich Ajtmatov (1928 - 2008) - russkij i kirgizskij pisatel'. V centre vnimanija povesti «Dzhamilja» - istorija ljubvi zamuzhnej zhenshhiny Dzhamili i prostogo soldata Danijara, kotoryj vernulsja s fronta po invalidnosti. Ih ljubov' preterpevaet ispytanija vojnoj, razlukoj i ljudskoj molvoj. Odnako ljubov' okazyvaetsja kuda sil'nee. Povest' "Dzhamilja" byla opublikovana v 1958 godu i srazu zhe stala vsemirno izvestnoj i ljubimoj vo mnogih stranah mira.
It’s hard to imagine what kind of president Donald Trump will be. But it’s also hard to imagine a world of politics without those we lost this year. Pardon this bit of melancholy for 2016.
"The Voices We Lost in Politics: Column" is from the December 30, 2016 Opinion section of USA Today. It was written by Ken Rudin and narrated by Paige McKinney.