The Omelette Weekly Roundup: Japan Reactor, Fukushima Nuclear Plant, Temple Advances in NCAA Tournament, Rebecca Black Sensation, and Preston and Steve
The Omelette Friday March 18, 2011 Weekly Roundup
Temple Advances Past Penn State
The first day of the NCAA Tournament is history and Temple has finally advanced after defeating Penn State 66-64. All it took was a last-second shot by guard Juan Fernandez. Temple will take on the winner of the San Diego State / Northern Colorado game today. This is Temple’s first win in the tournament under Head Coach Fran Dunphy, who has taken his squad to the NCAA Tourney for four straight years.
Villanova Takes on George Mason in Cleveland
Villanova will look to put their 5-game losing streak behind them as they take on George Mason in Cleveland today. Tip-off is at 2:00 P.M. For the rest of the NCAA Tournament scores and schedule, check out NCAA’s official March Madness site.
Nuclear Reactor Status at Japan’s Fukushima Plant Is Serious
Japan has raised the threat level from a 4 to a 5 (out of 7) at it’s Fukushima Daiichi plant today. This puts it on par with the Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania back in 1979. National Geographic has released satellite photos of the damaged nuclear reactor 3 at the Fukushima plant. The Commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific is sending in troops as needed to help aide Japanese workers in staving off a full-blown nuclear catastrophe.
Daniel Tosh of Tosh.0 Catapults Rebecca Black to Fame
So-called pop artist Rebecca Black has the biggest song in America right now, but because it’s a bad song. Rebecca Black is the latest internet sensation after her video for her song “Friday” went viral and is becoming the butt of every joke. “Friday” has been labeled the worst song ever. It first got noticed when Daniel Tosh, the host of Tosh.0 put the video on his blog. The video was posted on Youtube in February, but didn’t gain any notice until this week once Tosh pointed it out.
Preston and Steve Show Takes Over Finnigan’s Wake on St. Patrick’s Day
93.3 WMMR’s Preston and Steve brought down the house at Finnigan’s Wake on St. Patrick’s Day. Don’t miss Joe Vallee’s full recap of the live Preston and Steve broadcast from Finnigan’s Wake. And, you don’t want to miss any of the videos either where Jess the intern was painted in the form of an Irish Flag and lowered or the ill-fated Potato Cannon attempt, or the Irish kissing contest.
For the full St. Patrick’s Day photo gallery, CLICK HERE FOR THE EXCLUSIVE LENS GALLERY OF PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT
Charlie Sheen is Bringing His Winning Show to Atlantic City
Charlie Sheen, who has faded faster than a cheap shirt in the past week, is taking his act to Atlantic City next month. The Tour dubbed, “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option” will take place at the Trump Taj Mahal next month.
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