Happy 100'th Birthday to the "Oreo" cookie, the best selling cookie of all-time. Since it's introduction in 1912, the Oreo cookie, or the "Oreo Biscuit" as it was first called, has a mystique about the origin of the name
Sean Connery, the best James Bond ever, grew tired of playing the super-spy, and in 1970, initially turned down his recurring role of James Bond in the movie, "Diamonds Are Forever". Producer Cubby Broccoli then offered the role to another super hero, "Batman"
Although 4 pairs of the slippers are known to exist, with one pair of ruby slippers already sold at auction for $660,000 thousand dollars, these are the actual ones that Judy Garland clicked her heels in during the "there's no place like home" scene at the end of the movie classic, "The Wizard Of Oz"
If you haven't made up your mind on what to do this Memorial Day Week-End and just wanna getaway from the city, may I suggest a place my wife Rosie and I discovered a few months ago. Living in the southwest, I had heard about the wonders of the Hot Springs in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
The music world is mourning the death of Robin Gibb, one of the original members of "The Bee Gees". Contrary to popular belief, The Bee Gees was not specifically a reference to "Brother's Gibb". The Bee Gees got their name from Australian Disc Jockey Bill Gates, who was introduced to the young singing group by a racetrack promoter named Bill Goode
Recently, when president Barack Obama was asked who would be his first choice to play him in an upcoming movie in the works about his rise to become U.S. president and America's first black leader, Barack Obama joked, "Will Smith would be my first choice, but I've seen him on the court, so Michael Jordan would need to be bought in for the basketball scenes
Singer, Actress, Business woman... Jennifer Lopez tops this years Forbes Magazine's list of the 100 Most powerful celebrities. The magazine ranks the celebrities not only on money, but on fame, media visibility on television, movies, print, radio, plus social media power
I was saddened by the news of the passing of the Queen Of Disco, Donna Summer. Donna died this morning in Florida...of cancer, at the age of 63. I had the pleasure of interviewing Donna back in the day when she ruled the charts with hits like Bad Girls, Last Dance, and Love To Love You Baby
Van Halen is coming to the Don Haskins center on Sept 11th. The group Van Halen, formed in 1972, originally called themselves "Genesis", but after being made aware by friends that there was already a band named Genesis in England that had been around since 1967, Eddie Van Halen joked, "We've been in the garage all day practicing, we don't get out much
Reality TV receives a lot of grief from its more serious network competitors, but as you'll see from the Daily Beast's 2011 Highest Paid Reality TV Stars list, these personalities are laughing all the way to the bank
Lotería, an iconic board game in mexican culture, similar to Bingo, was originally a game played only by the upper classes. But suprisingly, it was not created in Mexico. The game originated in Italy in the 1400's
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