Feed: Kennedy Center Honors Oprah, Steve Martin Fights Bad Press

FEED: Kennedy Center Honors 2010

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. was packed with A-list Celebrities honoring Paul McCartney, choreographer Bill T. Jones, country singer Merle Haggard, Broadway composer Jerry Herman and Oprah Winfrey.

Actor/writer Steve Martin responded this weekend to the backlash after his appearance last week at the 92nd Street YMCA in New York City. The Y called his performance "disappointing" and offered refunds to audience members. Martin defended himself during a CBS News Sunday Morning webcast (video below).

A dump truck went on a rampage in Stow, Ohio. The truck brazenly plowed into civilian drivers and police cars before it eventually crashed into a guardrail. To the surprise of police, a 17-year-old boy was behind the wheel.

A pair of rare elephant twins were born in Thailand. The sisters were born at a protected park where elephants are allowed to roam free in the jungle. This is Thailand's second pair of elephant twins born in captivity this year.

Taiwan's Next Media Animation thanks the man that launched them into viral stardom--Tiger Woods. It was one year ago, the company released it's first viral video featuring their version of the Tiger Woods sex scandals. It's latest video is a compilation of the past year with appearances by Al Gore and Bret Farve.

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