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While her brother Patrick Schwarzenegger may have been in the news lately for his clubbing activities, Katherine Schwarzenegger is focusing on much more creative endeavors. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver's oldest daughter took to her Instagram today to unveil her latest project. "I am so happy to announce the launch of my new lifestyle website!" she shared, along with a pic and link to the new site. "Check it out and let me know what you think! Xo" Looks like this apple didn't fall too far from the tree! Mama Maria is an award-winning journalist after all, and, in addition to offering style advice, the entrepreneurial 23-year-old is covering the health and fitness »
Patrick Schwarzenegger is playing it cool after getting kicked out of the Hollywood's Sayers Club on Saturday, May 4. The 19-year-old USC freshman took to Twitter with one more quip on Monday, May 6, before turning his social media attention to other more important things -- like the Warriors/Spurs game. "Live and learn, hope everyone has a blessed day," Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger's son tweeted on Monday afternoon, following up his previous, succinct apology: "Excuse my language. I apologize." On Saturday, Schwarzenegger caused a ruckus at the [...] »
TMZ reports that Schwarzenegger and his pals were at Hollywood's Sayers Club, where Schwarzenegger was removed from the nightclub and was seen outside saying, "Everyone around me wants to beat the f*** out of the DJ ... [it sounds like Patrick says 'gay boy'] ... I'll beat the f*** out of him."
He continues, "He kicks everybody out of his table, losing money for the club, losing money for the owner."
The site has video if you'd like to watch for yourself.
A source tells Us Weekly that it was all because Schwarzenegger kept bumping into the DJ's table.
"[DJ Anthony Valadez] told him nicely a few times to please be careful because he kept bumping into [the table]. I guess Patrick became annoyed so he started throwing ice at him. At this point one of »
It's not clear why Arnold Schwarzenegger's 19-year-old son Patrick was kicked out of the The Sayers Club on Saturday night, but he wasn't happy about it.
We're guessing it could have had something to do with the fact that he's underage, but from the video footage obtained by TMZ, it sounds like the"Grown Ups 2" actor had a run-in with the club's DJ.
A TMZ cameraman recorded Patrick after he was booted from the Hollywood hot spot, threatening to "beat the f**k out of the DJ."
"Everyone around me wants to beat the f**k out of the DJ ... I'll beat the f**k out of him," Patrick is heard telling his group of friends, adding:
"He kicks everybody out of his table, losing money for the club, losing money for the owner."
It was clear that Patrick was upset by the night's events, and »
- Stephanie Marcus
The veteran television journalist is returning to NBC News to focus on "the shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life," the New York Daily News reported.
Shriver left NBC in 2004, ending an 18-year run, when her then-husband Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor of California.
She had been a huge presence at the network before her marriage to the 'Terminator' star.
Now she will contribute a series of "special projects. »
- Amith Ostwal
Cee Lo Green is putting his voice to good use… again.
The eccentric recording artist is slated to return to his former Voice stomping grounds next Wednesday, May 8 — but strictly in a guest-performer capacity.
Green served as a coach on the NBC series’ first three cycles before stepping away during the current season to work on outside projects. The network has yet to officially announce whether he or fellow coach Christina Aguilera will be back for Cycle 5.
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- Megan Masters
New York (AP) — After nearly a decade away, former California first lady Maria Shriver is returning to NBC News for a job where she will concentrate on the roles of women in American life. Shriver on Tuesday was named a "special anchor" who will appear on various NBC programming, including CNBC, MSNBC and NBC Sports, and be an editor at large on women's issues for the network's digital properties. She had worked at NBC from 1986 to 2004, much of it on "Dateline NBC." Shriver quit NBC amid concerns about whether her job at the news division could cause conflicts »
- DAVID BAUDER (AP)
The NBCUniversal unit said Shriver, who left in 2003 when her husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger, ran for governor of California and won, will serve as a special anchor reporting on the evolution of women’s roles in modern society.
NBC News said Shriver will contribute a series of special projects that could take the form of primetime reports and appearances across various NBCUniversal outlets, including NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC and NBC Sports. She will also serve as an editor at large for topics related to women’s issues across NBC News’ digital properties, working with personnel to expand appropriate content and news programming.
Shriver will remain based in Los Angeles and continue to produce other television, film, book and live event projects under the auspices of her own production company, NBC News said.
As part of the pact, NBC News »
- Brian Steinberg
Maria Shriver is making her way back to the Peacock network. NBC announced on Tuesday that the Peabody and Emmy Award-winning journalist, who previously served as an anchor and correspondent for NBC News from 1986 to 2004, will return as a special anchor reporting on "the shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life." Serving as an editor at large for women's issues, Shriver's reports will be seen across multiple NBCUniversal platforms including NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC and NBC Sports. "I've always believed that television can inspire and elevate humanity, and that's my mission with this new partnership," Shriver said in a statement. "I look »
Maria Shriver is diving back into broadcast journalism. After working for various NBC television news programs from 1987 to 2004, the former First Lady of California will return to the network to act as a "special anchor" for "Today."
TMZ reports that Shriver will act as a "special anchor reporting on women's issues" for the morning news show. She won't be a part of the daily news grind, but will come on "Today" to talk about "all things women -- from faith to finances."
This is certainly a big change of pace for Shriver, who repeatedly turned down TV hosting gigs after she filed for divorce from husband Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also, following the excessive media coverage after the death of Anna Nicole Smith, Shriver had said she had no interest in returning to NBC News.
"It was then that I knew that the TV news business had changed and so had I, »
Shriver originally joined network in 1986, but left in 2004 citing conflict of interest over marriage to Arnold Schwarzenegger
Shriver announced the career change on Tuesday's Today Show, where she told anchors Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie that she was returning to the network to report on "women's evolving experiences in the United States."
"I've always believed that television can inspire and elevate humanity, and that's my mission with this new partnership," Shriver told NBC. "I look forward to shining a light on all areas of a woman's experience – from faith and finances, wellness and work, to relationships and the new realities of modern life – and exploring these issues in a way that brings the voices of men into these critically important conversations."
Shriver began »
- Amanda Holpuch
Maria Shriver will "be back"... to NBC News, anyway. Ok, maybe too soon for a "Terminator" joke, but the former two-decade long NBC News journalist is set to return after leaving to focus on her work as first lady of California. Shriver broke the news Tuesday morning on Twitter. Shriver, who has stayed active in charity work and appeared on the "Today" show in March, will focus on women's issues at NBC News. According to a statement from the network, Shriver's duties will include covering the "shifting roles, emerging power and evolving »
- Tony Maglio
Maria Shriver is almost single and now gainfully employed ... as a "special anchor reporting on women's issues" for the "Today" show.TMZ has previously reported ... Shriver wanted to get back into the broadcasting game, but didn't want the day-to-day grind. She also wanted a Ton of money. We're told Arnold repeatedly told her she was always worth way more than NBC wanted to pay.Now Shriver will report on "Today" from time to time about »
- TMZ Staff
Maria Shriver has a new special anchor position with NBC News. She will report on women’s issues across NBCUniversal platforms, specifically examining the shifting roles and power dynamics of the modern woman. Shriver is a Peabody Award winning journalist who previously worked for NBC News from 1986 until 2004.
”I’ve always believed that television can inspire and elevate humanity, and that’s my mission with this new partnership,” Shriver said in a press release. ”I look forward to shining a light on all areas of a woman’s experience – from faith and finances, wellness and work, to relationships and the »
- Sarah Caldwell
Maria Shriver revealed plans Tuesday to return to network news after a nine-year break.
Shriver, 57, said she's becoming a special anchor for NBC News to report across multiple properties -- including NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC and NBC Sports -- and focus on "examining the profound impact that women's rising influence and leadership has had on all aspects of American culture and society."
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Shriver -- who left her reporting job at NBC News in 2004 to work as First Lady of California during her ex-husband Arnold Schwarzenegger's term -- said in a statement that while she's continued working in journalism over the years on various projects, she realized the time was now right to rejoin the network.
"I've come to appreciate even more how television journalism, paired with digital, can engage and elevate humanity in incredible ways -- educating, edifying, impacting people's minds and hearts," she said on »
Maria Shriver is returning to NBC News as a special anchor. Shriver worked at NBC News for nearly two decades, from 1986-2004, but left to focus on her work as first lady of California. But she has remained active in charity and other media work since the 2011 infidelity scandal that led to her separation from husband Arnold Schwarzenegger including making an appearance last March on the Today show during papal coverage. In her new role, she’ll focus on women’s issues, NBC said in a statement, including the “shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life.”
- Marisa Guthrie
Maria Shriver is returning to the network that employed her for nearly two decades.
The network announced on Tuesday that the former first lady of California and NBC News correspondent would be returning to the network as a special anchor reporting on women's issues. She would also serve as editor-at-large for women's issues across NBC News' digital properties.
"Welcome back to the family," co-host Matt Lauer said to Shriver on the "Today" show.
Shriver appeared on the program from Brentwood, Calif., in an interview with Tony award winning playwright, performer and activist Eve Ensler. Shriver said she was excited to be returning to the network and "profiling architects of change, like Ensler." She added that she would be "reporting on women in the United States as parents, caretakers and givers." Shriver and Ensler both blog for The Huffington Post.
NBC News said that Shriver's reports would air through a "series of special projects, »
- The Huffington Post
New York –April 30, 2013 — Maria Shriver, the Peabody and Emmy award-winning journalist, producer and best-selling author, joins NBC News as a special anchor reporting on the shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life. Through a series of special projects, prime-time reports and appearances across multiple NBCUniversal properties – including NBC News, CNBC, MSNBC and NBC Sports — Shriver will examine the profound impact that women’s rising influence and leadership has had on all aspects of American culture and society. In addition, she will serve as an Editor at Large for women’s issues across the NBC News Digital properties, working with the teams to expand on editorial content and news programming that touches on women’s multi-faceted lives. Overall, the partnership with Shriver represents one of the largest commitments NBC News has made to coverage of women’s issues. “I’ve always believed that television can inspire and elevate humanity, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
On the downlow no more? Johnny Depp and Amber Heard took a big step in their ultra-private romance during a surprise Rolling Stones concert at Echoplex in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 27. The actor, 49, and his Rum Diary costar, 27, were among the many stars to turn out for the big show from Mick Jagger et al -- joining the likes of Gwen Stefani, Mary-Kate Olsen, Owen Wilson, Maria Shriver and others. And though it wasn't exactly a red carpet, Depp and his [...] »
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were photographed showing Pda Saturday night as they left a secret Rolling Stones show at La's Echoplex. Johnny and Amber costarred in the 2011 film The Rum Diary but have kept any possible romance out of the spotlight until now. Amber was able to mingle with the Stones, thanks to Johnny's longtime friendship with Keith Richards. Johnny and Amber were among the 700 people who saw the Stones after the band announced the show on Twitter earlier in the afternoon. Amber and Johnny were just two of many celebrity guests last night. Also out to see Keith, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, and Ron Wood do their thing were Gwen Stefani, Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Owen Wilson, and Maria Shriver. Bruce Willis, who has a vacation home near Keith at Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos, also attended with his wife, Emma Heming. Stones wives and girlfriends Patti Hansen »
- Allie Merriam
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