It's been quite the awards season for Troy Kotsur, who plays pot-smoking fisherman Frank Rossi in "CODA." He won the Oscar for the film about a "Child of Deaf Adults."
The Colombian publication SEMANA is reporting Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins died of a drug overdose on March 25. The band was in Bogota to perform at the Esteréo Picnic festival.
Due to violent crime and gang activity, the U.S. State Department warns people from traveling to five Mexican states and suggests to reconsider visiting 11 others.
Ronnie Spector, Meatloaf, Timmy Thomas, Bobbie Nelson, Taylor Hawkins, Mark Lanegan and Betty Davis are among the musicians who've passed away so far this year.
Season 4 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" on Prime ties up some loose ends, principally the relationship between Miriam "Midge" Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) and Lenny Bruce (Luke Kirby). We denote every scene with Bruce and cannabis in the 34 episodes.
Mike Tyson sells flowers named Toad and is now marketing a gummy brand called Mike Bites that pokes fun at one of the worst moments in sports history: When he bit the ear of Evander Holyfield during a heavyweight championship fight in 1997.
William Hurt, who died at 71 on March 13, got his start playing psychonaut Dr. Eddie Jessep in Ken Russell's 1980 film, "Altered States."
Jack Kerouac's centennial reminds me that the beat writer of "On the Road" prompted my generation to do some serious road-tripping of our own, which I did in the pre-Internet '70s.