Studio Movie Grill in Wheaton will show "The Bodyguard," starring Whitney Houston at its monthly Girls' Night Out event Wednesday, Feb. 13 one year after her death.
Studio Movie Grillmonthly Girls' Night Out event with a $1 showing of the classic: The Bodyguard. Houston died February 11, 2012 in Beverly Hills, CA. She was 48. She dominated pop charts in the 1980s and 1990s with hits like How Will I know, Saving All my Love for You and I Will Always Love you. She also starred in movies such as The Bodyguard and The Preacher's Wife. Read more about Houston on Beverly Hills Patch. To purchase tickets for the Feb. 13 movie, go to the Studio Movie Grill website.
If you use the N-word in a Facebook post, you deserve some criticism.
This doesn’t happen very often. Three of my favorite subjects in the same column? You’d think coaching youth sports, racism, and Whitney Houston wouldn’t be quite so closely connected, but as quantum physicists like to say, anything that can happen in Patchland probably will. As most of you already have guessed, we’re talking about the Oak Lawn youth baseball coach who was forced to resign over some awful terminology used in a Facebook post. Frustrated by the plethora of press coverage on Whitney Houston’s passing, he wrote, “I’m so sick of reading about this dumb stupid N-word Whitney Houston.” Of course this only proves my theory that all social media is an abomination and should be banned. Whenever a candidate comes to me on how to use …