*President Barack Obama delivered his first State of the Union address Wednesday night, which was analyzed in more detail elsewhere on this e-zine. But since that speech, Obama has met with both Congressional Democrats and Republicans in hopes of forging the bi-partisanship needed to act upon his agenda and get America on the road to recovery.
*The new I-PAD, a tablet size computer, was debuted earlier this week; although it will not be available to consumers until March. The device is said to combine many of the features of various other portable devices within one central unit.
*J. D. Salinger, author of The Catcher in the Rye, passed away of natural causes January 27th.
*The 2010 Miss America pageant is to be held tonight in Las Vegas and televised on The Learning Channel cable network.
*And there will probably be a scheduling conflict in some households Sunday night as the National Football League's Pro Bowl on ESPN is up against the annual Grammy Awards on CBS.
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