Former NBC ‘Today’ Show Weatherman Willard Scott Marries Longtime Girlfriend at 80

Former Today show weatherman Willard Scott, 80, has married his longtime girlfriend, Paris Keena. Today anchor Matt Lauer announced that Scott and Keena tied the knot in Fort Myers, Florida on Tuesday after being together for the past 11 years. […]

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Freemason David Letterman announces 2015 retirement from CBS ‘Late’ Show

“Late Show” host David Letterman announced his plans to retire “sometime next year,” he said Thursday. The 66-year-old comedian, who began his late-night career in 1982 when he became the NBC “Late Night” franchise’s first host, made the announcement during a taping of Thursday night’s show. […]

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The Global Warming Computer: Demolay Bro. Clinton & Freemason Al Gore Interviewed by Freemason Charlie Rose…

Charlie Rose sits down to speak with President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore for their first joint interview in years. The conversation took place during a CGI Conversation at the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York City. […]

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T.V.’s Homeland and Freemasonry

The cast recaps the first two seasons of Homeland. Mandy Patinkin discusses Saul’s relationship with Carrie and his job at the CIA. […]

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Sleepy Hollow Goes Full Masonic in its Season Finale

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1/21/14

Genevieve Valentine

In a double-feature finale, Sleepy Hollow pulled out all the stops: big reunions, big plotcakes, big trouble, big reveals, big cliffhangers, zombie George Washington, and Victor Garber literally eating the scenery. What more can you ask for? (Nothing, there’s literally nothing left.)

Oh, Sleepy Hollow. The thirteen-hour B-movie that could has spent the season hurling every horror reference, fantasy stopgap, Masonic handwave, time-travel joke, and monster-flick trope it found. The finale goes for broke (which is saying something), screeching to a cliffhanger you just know everyone in the writers’ room cackled about, and leaves all the principal actors worried about their renewal clauses.

And wow, was this finale a trip. Its first half was the most National Treasure the show’s ever skewed, complete with an enormous tomb for George Washington (who’s dead in there despite taking a brief holiday from being dead so he could return as a zombie and draft a map to Purgatory, because of course), and a faceoff with Andy “Friendzone” Brooks during an escape from the alternate entrance from a thematic hidden tomb with its own rolling track whose vestibule contains a secret exit protocol, which is just about how […]

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