Our Hot Date Tonight: We’re Live Blogging the Emmys at 5pm West Coast Time

By: Sunday September 22, 2013 4:00 pm

Starting at 5pm West Coast time Sunday–that’s tonight!–we’ll be live blogging Emmys, with a bowl of popcorn, a case of Perrier (water, not Jouët), and of course chocolate. The Emmys are broadcast live on CBS, with Neil Patrick Harris hosting. And Elton John will be opening the show as a tribute to Liberace. I sense the Russian government refusing to issue his visa to perform in 3…2…1!

FDL: Live Blogging the Oscars

By: Sunday February 24, 2013 5:29 pm

Now that we’ve dished on the dresses, speculated on the shoes, and have sampled all our at-home treats, it’s time for the show to begin. SETH MCFARLANE! He’s funny and this may end up being a franchise for him, kinda like Billy Crystal had for a while.  And the Academy Awards Oscars need some stability, what with the name change of both the ceremony and the the theater it’s held in, and the rules. I miss having only five films in Best Picture, since I think it dilutes the vote. I’d love to see Argo win, but it will probably be Lincoln, the easy choice.

Live Blogging the Election: Chris Christie’s RNC Keynote Speech

By: Tuesday August 28, 2012 7:34 pm

It’s that special season that happens very four years, the Presidential election. And kicking it off at the RNC Convention tonight, Governor Chris Christie speaks. This morning on Fox News Channel, it was reported that Christie might go off his prepared teleprompter speech, so this could be fun.

Live May Day OWS UStream!

By: Tuesday May 1, 2012 12:00 pm

May Day is here! And FDL has correspondents in New York City broadcasting LIVE on UStream. Events at Bryant Park, Union Station and elsewhere. Check the schedule and updates for events.

Live Blogging the Oscars 2012!

By: Sunday February 26, 2012 5:25 pm

Are you ready for your close-ups? We’re live blogging the Oscars.

Live Blog: UN Agency’s Conference on Media World After WikiLeaks

By: Thursday February 16, 2012 4:00 am

The conference is attracting a bit of attention, especially among WikiLeaks supporters on Twitter, after WikiLeaks released a statement claiming that UNESCO had not invited anyone from the organization to speak at the conference. In the statement, WikiLeaks called for people to #OccupyUNESCO because they were “stacking” the conference with “WikiLeaks opponents.”

Tear Gas, Smoke, Flash Bang Grenades & Rubber Bullets Fired at Occupy Oakland Protesters

By: Saturday January 28, 2012 6:14 pm

Oakland police in riot gear fired smoke, tear gas, flash bang grenades and rubber bullets at Occupy Oakland protesters trying to take a vacant building this afternoon. Near the Oakland Museum of California, demonstrators had planned to take a building nearby and make it a headquarters. But, police were prepared to stop then from occupying the vacant building.

Live Blog for #Occupy Movement: The Impending Eviction of Occupy Syracuse

By: Wednesday January 18, 2012 6:29 am

Even though the fire and police trucks were there at 8 am, they have still not evicted. The courts are now open, giving the ACLU attorney a chance to file an injunction.

Live Blog for #Occupy Movement: Weekend Edition

By: Saturday January 14, 2012 11:05 am

Firedoglake’s premier live blog on Occupy Wall Street & all things “Occupy” continues.

Live Blog for #Occupy Movement: Weekend Edition

By: Saturday January 7, 2012 12:00 pm

Firedoglake’s premier live blog on Occupy Wall Street & all things “Occupy” continues.

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