HOW ILLUMINATING: Let’s give credit to where credit is due— and, in the case of the famous Diwali episode of “The Office,” Mindy Kaling is getting all of it. The Cambridge native just revealed she was behind the iconic Season 3 episode as she shared well-wishes with fans celebrating the Hindu festival on Wednesday. “Fun Fact... I wrote this episode of #TheOffice,” the Cambridge native shared in an Instagram story. In addition to providing memorable stills from the 2006 airing, the show’s alum gushed, “I love this episode and everything it stands for.” COMMON COURTESY: Rapper and social activist Common gave a special shout-out to the Bay State’s own Ayanna Pressley after her victory speech on Wednesday. The artist, who recently spent time in Boston filming the action movie “Eve,” posted a series of Instagram photos to congratulate recent election winners — and he put Pressley front and center. “From Ayanna Pressley being elected as the first Black congresswoman from Massachusetts,” he wrote, “to Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland being elected as the first Native American women in Congress, the 2018 Midterm Elections were historic and will lead us on a path to building a more inclusive government that reflects the excellence and diversity of our nation. Salute to these trailblazers on being the ‘first’ and courageously paving the way next.” Pressley was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, running unopposed earlier this week after she defeated incumbent Michael Capuano during the state primary in September. FEELING GOOD: Michael Buble just announced he’s ending his hiatus from performing with a new tour, and his 27-city schedule of shows will include a stop in Worcester. The Grammywinning singer stepped out of the spotlight after his son Noah, 5, was diagnosed with cancer a couple of years ago. But now, Buble is kicking off his “Don’t Believe the Rumors” tour, which likely references recent speculation that he was hanging up his microphone for good. Buble will be taking the stage at the DCU Center on Feb. 26, with tickets to the show available for sale starting Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. The tour coincides with the Nov. 16th release of his new album, “love.”
Singer Michael Buble will stop in Worcester on Feb. 26 on his hiatus-breaking tour.