1Q: Tell us a little about the origins of BAD EXORCISTS, from concept to financing. I don’t remember when the idea hit me, but when it did, it certainly had staying power. After my initial resistance, these silly teenage exorcists entrenched themselves in my brain, and I had no choice but to write the script. […]
Walking west on 30th Avenue from Astoria's business district, the bustling restaurants, shops and coffee spots slowly get fewer and farther between until a cluster of industrial buildings covered... To view the full story, click the title link.
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Sixteen months have passed since Atlanta Braves officials announced that the team will leave Turner Field behind for a shiny new stadium in Cobb County. With their departure date getting closer by the day, many residents are wondering...Show More Summary
Bakery celebrating its expansion into Atlanta with free cupcakes.
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Good real estate. The Lower East Side location of Whynot Coffee is one of the handsomest coffee shops in the city — and it's perennially packed — so it came as a surprise when news leaked of its closing. But according to owner Emil Stefkov,...Show More Summary
In the mid seventeenth century, tensions between King Charles I and Parliament reached a head. War broke out between the King’s supporters and those who favoured Parliament. The King lost not only the war but also his head. He was replaced by a military dictatorship. Show More Summary
The first post-legalization marijuana convention was held in the Holiday Inn at Capitol Hill on Saturday. [ more › ]
Each week, we comb through the guts of The Walking Dead, much like a horde of hungry walkers, to bring you the episode’s best moments, surprises, and other post-apocalyptic curiosities. This week: Why the Articles of Confederation failed, Carol’s House of Cards, and sustainable housing for the low, low price of $800,000.
By: Sophie-Claire Hoeller Credit: Shutterstock Let's face it: you don't hang onto a D.A.R.E t-shirt from 1996 because it's still in style. It's all about the nostalgia. And the same goes for your memories of road trips in the '90s -- sure, new technology in cars, stereos, and maps have made just about every aspect of a long haul in a car better. Show More Summary
Here are five takeaways from the Lakers' 108-101 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday.
The Hard Rock Hotel knows how to help its resident shows open with a bang. For country stars Rascal Flatts, that meant a marching band and burnouts in NASCAR-style vehicles last Thursday.
If you and a buddy are going on a budget tour of Europe, you might consider a night or two at Generator's new hostel in Paris.
A Georgia woman convicted of murdering her husband in 1997 is scheduled to be executed Monday night, though her lawyers have asked the state parole board to reconsider her clemency request.
Citigroup Inc. will become the exclusive issuer of Costco's credit cards and Visa Inc. will replace American Express as the credit-card network for Costco’s stores starting in 2016, the retailer announced Monday.
TweetHere are the deets from last year about the “California Legacy License Plate Program.” Well, now it’s 2015 and The People Have Spoken – only yellow-on-black, 1960’s-style retro-style license plates will be issued by the DMV, so sorry to you, fans of the 1950’s-style black-on-yellow and 1970’s-style yellow-on-blue plates. You’ll just have to bide your time. Here […]
TweetThe film Flashback had bad reviews for the most part, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying 25 year old footage from a pre-streetscaped, pre-SFMTA North Beach: You see, at the beginning Jack Bauer was the uptight one and Dennis Hopper was the hippie – that’s the whole movie. And it’s the later version […]
Hong Kong is arguably one of the great shopping capitals of the world.
Tue 14 Apr Prepare to be intrigued, bewildered and amused by award-winning magician Brendan Mon Tanner as he performs mystifying magic tricks and illusions for the...