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Heartbreaking Health Update: Joan Rivers Reportedly Now On Life Support

Sadly for her family, friends and fans, Joan Rivers‘ health doesn’t seem to be improving.

According to reports, the iconic comedienne, 81, is currently on life support after she stopped breathing during a routine throat surgery on Thursday morning. 164 more words

Breaking News

Joan Rivers’ ‘Distraught’ Daughter Melissa Could Reportedly Face ‘Life-Or-Death Decision’ In Comedienne’s Scary Health Crisis

Melissa Rivers said that her mother, Joan, was “resting comfortably” in a New York hospital after she suffered complications during throat surgery on Thursday— but the legendary comedienne doesn’t seem to be in the clear just yet. 166 more words

Breaking News

Man in Coma Following Fullerton Assault ID'd by Family; Attackers Sought

Family members gathered Friday in support of a man who was left in a coma after being punched outside a club in Fullerton last weekend. 454 more words

Local News

Book Review: Between Here and Forever by Elizabeth Scott

You see the cover? That’s kind of the mood of this book.

Mellow, introspective, and no big climax– but interesting enough to get me through the 250 pages. 93 more words

Book Review

Joan Rivers is 'Resting Comfortably' According to Family

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Comedian Joan Rivers rested comfortably on Friday at a New York hospital where she was admitted after she suffered cardiac arrest and stopped breathing during a vocal chord procedure, a spokeswoman said. 231 more words

Celebrities

Joan Rivers' Daughter Releases Statement About Fashion Police Host's Health

Joan Rivers’ daughter, Melissa Rivers, has released a statement about the Fashion Police host’s condition, according to US Magazine. “I want to thank everyone for the overwhelming love and support for my mother,“ it reads. 93 more words

Features

It Doesn't Just Happen On TV

I found out Thursday that an old classmate of mine passed away a few days ago. He’s the second one from my class …

Remember in my last post how I was thinking about my friends from high school, and how we’ve changed over the years? 200 more words

Everyday Life