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WATCH: Rogers Art Teacher Tom Pettoello Paints A Perfect 2020 Graduation

Graduations around Spokane have been quite different this year due to COVID-19. Many of the 2020 graduates have missed out on the normal graduation excitement but Rogers High School Art Teacher, Tom Pettoello, wants to make sure that their special day is still remembered. Over the past month, he has spray-painted the names of every Spokane graduate on their high school football fields. Joe McHale sits down with Pettoello to talk about the meaning behind his incredible idea.

WATCH: Rogers Art Teacher Tom Pettoello Paints A Perfect 2020 Graduation

Graduations around Spokane have been quite different this year due to COVID-19. Many of the 2020 graduates have missed out on the normal graduation excitement but Rogers High School Art Teacher, Tom Pettoello, wants to make sure that their special day is still remembered. Over the past month, he has spray-painted the names of every Spokane graduate on their high school football fields. Joe McHale sits down with Pettoello to talk about the meaning behind his incredible idea.

Kenny Rogers crooned love songs, gambled on flipping mansions

Before the list of Hollywood home flippers included Ellen DeGeneres, Diane Keaton and Meg Ryan, there was country superstar Kenny Rogers, and they were all successful entertainers who performed for audiences and flipped houses on the side.

Kenny Rogers (1938-2020)

Actor-singer Kenny Rogers, the smooth, Grammy-winning balladeer who spanned jazz, folk, country and pop with such hits as “Lucille,” “Lady” and “Islands in the Stream” and embraced his persona as “The Gambler” on record and on TV died Friday night, March 20, 2020. He was 81.

Martha Manning: Grown-ups need Mister Rogers, too

Mister Rogers gave comfort. He considered the space between the television set and the viewer to be “sacred,” something millions of children understood – and that their parents forgot.