It's American's turn to feel the heat.

If you’re just seeing this story and you’ve got a flight planned, you may wanna confirm it right now. The Federal Aviation Administration experienced a major outage with their computer network early Wednesday morning and it is expected to totally screw airline travel for the immediate future. The network failure has NOT yet affected flights in or out of our local airports (Tampa, St. Pete, Sarasota, etc.), but the chance definitely exists. The FAA says a system known as NOTAM, which stands for Notice To Air Missions, failed early this morning. The system is used to help airlines and crews plan flights across the United States.
NOTAM posted an update recently, saying the entire system had been reloaded and system checks have been positive, though no one knows how the glitch will impact the rest of the industry later today and moving forward. Emily Nipps, spokesperson for Tampa International Airport, says American Airlines experienced intermittent outages already today, but the problems had not caused any delays or cancellations yet. While it seems as if Tampa may squeak by without major problems, we will not know for sure until the day passes. Nipps went on to say that no flights have been cancelled so far this morning, but they are monitoring th flights very closely.
So, above all else, check your flight information as soon as you can and be prepared to make changes or show up extra early to avoid delays. Also, if you are flying with American Airlines specifically, do your research before heading to the airport. The computer outage may be over, and it may have just begun.

Who Won and Who Wore Slutty Outfits

Golden Globes 2023 Winner's List

The 2023 Golden Globe Awards takes place live on NBC and Peacock Tuesday (January 10) night at 8  p.m. ET. It is one of the few awards ceremonies to recognize both motion picture and television achievements. As we’ve previously reported, NBC canceled the 2022 telecast amid an ethics, finance and diversity scandal involving the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization that bestows the awards. Citing extensive HFPA reforms in September, NBC agreed to return the ceremony to its air for an 80th installment — under a one-year trial, the New York Times reports.

“We recognize the HFPA’s commitment to ongoing change and look forward to welcoming back the Golden Globes to NBC for its landmark 80th Anniversary in January 2023,” said Frances Berwick, Chairman, Entertainment Networks, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. Helen Hoehne, President of the HFPA added, “The HFPA remains committed to important changes and supporting programs that prioritize diversity, inclusion, and transparency.”

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The HFPA previously announced the introduction of 103 new voters to its ranks, marking the first time international-based voters have been added to the voting pool. This diverse voting body is now represented by 62 different countries around the world. Combined with the current HFPA membership, the total Golden Globe Awards voting body is now 52% female, 51.5% racially and ethnically diverse, with 19.5% Latinx, 12% Asian, 10% Black and 10% Middle Eastern.

Eddie Murphy has been confirmed to receive one of the night’s highest honors, the Cecil B. DeMille Award, given as a way to honor “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment,” per the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The selection is made by the HFPA’s board of directors. Murphy, 61, is a six-time Golden Globe nominee, winning one trophy in 2007 for his critically acclaimed role in Dreamgirls. He was nomimated for 48 Hrs., Trading Places, Beverly Hills Cop, The Nutty Professor and Dolemite Is My Name. Presenters include Jenna Ortega, Jennifer Hudson, Claire Danes, Cole Hauser, Harvey Guillén, Henry Golding, Hilary Swank, Glen Powell, Jay Ellis, Jennifer Coolidge, Letitia Wright, Mo Brings Plenty, Regina Hall, Salma Hayek Pinault, Billy Porter, Niecy Nash-Betts, Quentin Tarantino, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tracy Morgan, Ana De Armas, Ana Gasteyer, Colman Domingo, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Natasha Lyonne and Nicole Byer. Jerrod Carmichael is hosting the ceremony.

Below is a list of the winners of the 2023 Golden Globes (We will be updating this list throughout the night):

  • Best Actor - Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture

    Taron Egerton – Black Bird
    Colin Firth – The Staircase
    Andrew Garfield – Under the Banner of Heaven
    Evan Peters – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story — WINNER
    Sebastian Stan – Pam & Tommy

  • Best Supporting Actor - Television Limited Series/Motion Picture

    F. Murray Abraham – The White Lotus
    Domhnall Gleeson – The Patient
    Paul Walter Hauser – Black Bird — WINNER
    Richard Jenkins – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
    Seth Rogen – Pam & Tommy

  • Best Television Actor - Musical/Comedy Series

    Donald Glover – Atlanta
    Bill Hader – Barry
    Steve Martin – Only Murders in the Building
    Martin Short – Only Murders in the Building
    Jeremy Allen White – The Bear — WINNER

  • Best Musical/Comedy Series

    Abbott Elementary
    The Bear
    Only Murders in the Building

  • Best Picture - Non-English Language

    All Quiet on the Western Front
    Argentina, 1985 — WINNER
    Decision to Leave

  • Best Actress - Limited Series, Anthology Series

    Jessica Chastain – George & Tammy
    Julia Garner – Inventing Anna
    Lily James – Pam & Tommy
    Julia Roberts – Gaslit
    Amanda Seyfried – The Dropout — WINNER

  • Best Supporting Actress - Television Limited Series/Motion Picture

    Jennifer Coolidge – The White Lotus — WINNER
    Claire Danes – Fleishman Is in Trouble
    Daisy Edgar-Jones – Under the Banner of Heaven
    Niecy Nash – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
    Aubrey Plaza – The White Lotus

  • Best Supporting Actress - Television Series

    Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown
    Hannah Einbinder – Hacks
    Julia Garner – Ozark — WINNER
    Janelle James – Abbott Elementary
    Sheryl Lee Ralph – Abbott Elementary

  • Best Score - Motion Picture

    Black Bird
    Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
    The Dropout
    Pam & Tommy
    The White Lotus

  • Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture

    Black Bird
    Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
    The Dropout
    Pam & Tommy
    The White Lotus
    — WINNER

  • Best Supporting Actor - Television Series

    John Lithgow – The Old Man
    Jonathan Pryce – The Crown
    John Turturro – Severance
    Tyler James Williams – Abbott Elementary
    Henry Winkler – Barry

  • Best Screenplay - Motion Picture

    Todd Field – Tár
    Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert – Everything Everywhere All at Once
    Martin McDonagh – The Banshees of Inisherin — WINNER
    Sarah Polley – Women Talking
    Steven Spielberg, Tony Kushner – The Fabelmans

  • Best Television Actress - Musical/Comedy Series

    Quinta Brunson – Abbott Elementary — WINNER
    Kaley Cuoco – The Flight Attendant
    Selena Gomez – Only Murders in the Building
    Jenna Ortega – Wednesday
    Jean Smart – Hacks

  • Best Picture - Drama

    Avatar: The Way of Water
    The Fabelmans — WINNER
    Top Gun: Maverick

  • Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy

    The Banshees of Inisherin
    Everything Everywhere All at Once
    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
    Triangle of Sadness

  • Best Director, Motion Picture

    James Cameron, Avatar: The Way of Water
    Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All at Once
    Baz Luhrmann, Elvis
    Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin
    Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans — WINNER

  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama

    Cate Blanchett, Tár — WINNER
    Olivia Colman, Empire of Light
    Viola Davis, The Woman King
    Ana de Armas, Blonde
    Michelle Williams, The Fabelmans

  • Best Picture - Animated

    Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio — WINNER
    Marcel the Shell with Shoes On
    Puss In Boots: The Last Wish
    Turning Red

  • Best Television Actress - Drama Series

    Emma D’Arcy – House of the Dragon
    Laura Linney – Ozark
    Imelda Staunton – The Crown
    Hilary Swank – Alaska Daily
    Zendaya – Euphoria — WINNER

  • Best Actor - Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy

    Diego Calva – Babylon
    Daniel Craig – Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
    Adam Driver – White Noise
    Colin Farrell – The Banshees of Inisherin — WINNER
    Ralph Fiennes – The Menu

  • Best Actress - Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy

    Lesley Manville, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris
    Margot Robbie, Babylon
    Anya Taylor-Joy, The Menu
    Emma Thompson, Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
    Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once — WINNER

  • Best Supporting Actress

    Angela Bassett, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — WINNER
    Kerry Condon, The Banshees of Inisherin
    Jamie Lee Curtis, Everything Everywhere All at Once
    Dolly de Leon, Triangle of Sadness
    Carey Mulligan, She Said

  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama

    Austin Butler, Elvis — WINNER
    Brendan Fraser, The Whale
    Hugh Jackman, The Son
    Bill Nighy, Living
    Jeremy Pope, The Inspection

  • Best Drama Series

    Better Call Saul
    The Crown
    House of the Dragon — WINNER

  • Best Supporting Actor

    Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin
    Barry Keoghan, The Banshees of Inisherin
    Brad Pitt, Babylon
    Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All at Once — WINNER
    Eddie Redmayne, The Good Nurse

  • Best Original Score, Motion Picture

    Carter Burwell, The Banshees of Inisherin
    Alexandre Desplat, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
    Hildur Gudnadottir, Women Talking
    Justin Hurwitz, Babylon — WINNER
    John Williams, The Fabelmans

  • Best Original Song, Motion Picture

    “Carolina,” Where the Crawdads Sing
    “Ciao Papa,” Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
    “Hold My Hand,” Top Gun: Maverick
    “Lift Me Up,” Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
    “Naatu Naatu,” RRR — WINNER

  • Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy

    Abbott Elementary — WINNER
    The Bear
    Only Murders in the Building

  • Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture made for Television

    Black Bird
    Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
    The Dropout
    Pam & Tommy
    The White Lotus

  • Best Actor in a Television Series, Drama

    Jeff Bridges, The Old Man
    Kevin Costner, Yellowstone — WINNER
    Diego Luna, Andor
    Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul
    Adam Scott, Severance

  • Best Supporting Actor in a Television Musical, Comedy or Drama Series

    Jonathan Lithgow, The Old Man
    Jonathan Pryce, The Crown
    John Turturro, Severance
    Tyler James Williams, Abbott Elementary — WINNER
    Henry Winkler, Barry

Screw It, Let’s Drink

Sean Roberts was conceived in the Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky by two passionate, panel aligning, third shifters who had grown bored with the same ole same ole. Upon birth, he was placed in the trunk of a new Stingray and sent off to find his destiny. That destiny included several stints on radio stations across the United States. Some played punk country gospel, while others focused on Croatian death metal played backwards. After many years and many adventures, Sean wound up on The Shark, where he does shots of tequila while playing the most badass tunes ever created by humankind. He remains humble, however, never forgetting about the lean years...the street corners and dark alleys where he played songs on his car stereo for food and sex. He's on top and he's never gonna stop LIVING THE DREAM!

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