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BOOK BET MADE TO BRING TONIGHT SHOW TO CHICAGO

CHICAGO (AP) ? Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon have made a pact to bring the show to the Windy City ? with one condition. During Emanuel's appearance Tuesday on NBC's "Tonight Show," Fallon agreed to bring his production to Chicago for a few shows if Chicago Public School students read 2.4 million books this summer.

 


google.com schreibt dazu: I went through the process of wiping my device tonight and due to that, I had to download Snap once again. At the time I did it, the Red Light of Love site was down and all that was coming up for me was cached pages. In those cached pages, I noticed an announcement James Muir, Developer of Snap had made. Read More weiterlesen ...

Dazu yahoo.com: CHICAGO (AP) ? Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon have made a pact to bring the show to the Windy City ? with one condition. weiterlesen ...

google.com schreibt dazu: On Wednsday, Jonah Hill went on the Tonight Show to apologize again for an incident that occured this weekend, in which he used an anti-gay slur in a confrontation with a paparazzo. (He also issued a similar mea culpa on Howard Stern's radio show Tuesday morning). A visibly uncomfortably Hill More » weiterlesen ...

Dazu gossipcop.com weiter: Jonah Hill, who uttered a gay slur after becoming frustrated with paparazzi in L.A. over the weekend, and then apologized during an interview on Tuesday with Howard Stern, used his appearance later on the "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to once again say how "deeply sorry" he was. Hill also suggested to young people to "use me as example of what not to do." Check out the video here. weiterlesen ...

Dazu schreibt yahoo.com: Izet Hajrovic's first half goal gave Bosnia and Herzegovina a deserved 1-0 win over Mexico in an international friendly between two World Cup-bound sides at Soldier Field in Chicago on Tuesday, ending 'El Tri's' eight-game unbeaten run. Bosnia dominated the first half and could easily have gone to the break with a bigger advantage but, in the end, had goalkeeper Asmir Begovic to thank for two great saves to deny Mexico an equaliser. Mexico coach Miguel Herrera experimented with his line-up but weiterlesen ...

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