Ever since I first saw this story on Saturday, I've been eager to find a few minutes to share it.
Check out the homeless man in Vancouver with a miraculous ability to play the piano, though he says he can't read music and has never had a lesson. David Allen Welsh says he just sits at the piano and lets his fingers take over.
Watch more from KATU-TV below, then find some of Mr. Welsh's music on YouTube.
As I said on the air today, I'd much rather be working Black Friday than anywhere near a shopping mall.
Foxnews.com is reporting several arrests around the country involving shoppers on Thanksgiving night and Black Friday. Thursday in New Jersey a man arguing with a Walmart employee was charged with disorderly conduct and aggravated assault. A shoplifter outside of Chicago was arrested along with two additional susptects. After a Southern California Wal-Mart manager decided to open early, three separate fights ensued and a police officer was injured. Also, a customer who bought a big-screen TV from a Target in Las Vegas was shot in the leg while walking to an apartment complex nearby.
Here's some video of an unruly mob:
Happy Anniversary (on Monday) to one of the longest-married couples in America.
It all started when then-21-year-old John Betar used to drive his neighbor Ann (17) to school in his Ford Roadster. They fell in love, and because Ann's father planned to marry her off to a man 20 years her senior, John and Ann took off from their neighborhood in Bridgeport, Conn. to Harrison, New York and eloped. That was 1932, and the two have been happily married for 81 years!
While statistically not the longest married couple in America, the Betars were chosen from a group of nominees by the Worldwide Marriage Encounter as winners of the third annual Longest Married Couple Project.
See the happy couple here and read more about them.
Not only does Taylor Swift consistently write hit songs, she also is consistent in reflecting on her personal life when writing those songs. Though she tends not to share much in interviews about her relationships, she takes many of those personal moments and shares them through the lyrics in her songs. That is one thing fans can continue to expect as Taylor works on her next album.
While she's still touring in support of Red, Taylor is also busy writing new music, incorporating events from the last 18 months of her life. She states that her music is the only place fans can get the truth about her life. Any other source, she says, will have "fictionalized" accounts.
More on Taylor's excitement for her upcoming fifth album here.
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If your Halloween celebration this year involves alcohol, put 1-800-200-8294 into your phone's address book. On Halloween night, from 10:00 p.m. Thursday until 4:00 a.m. Friday, the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) once again will be offering their SoberRide program. SoberRide provides customers 21 or older a free taxi (up to $30 fare, additional fare is the responsibility of the passenger).
Customers must either call the toll-free number, or dial #WRAP. Calling a taxi company directly will not provide the free fare.
In 20 years of the SoberRide program, WRAP has provided over 58,000 no-charge cab rides for passengers. Additional details and restrictions can be found on the WRAP website.