With a resume as accomplished as Dan Gurney has, he would be well within his rights to retire to a life of leisure. The man is 84 years old, after all. However, Gurney stays busy at his All American Racers shop in Santa Ana, California...Show More Summary
Franzen's latest cultural criticism comes with a twist of Dickens. Review by Freddie Moore Bookshots: Pumping new life into the corpse of the book review Title: Purity Who wrote it? The Great American Novelist, Jonathan Franzen, whoShow More Summary
He may not have lived up to the dreams others had for him as the great hope of American tennis, with only one Grand Slam under his belt, but it seems that Andy Roddick is enjoying retirement. In a new interview with The Observer, he discusses impending fatherhood and his great respect for his friend Serena Williams. Read more...
Scott Walker thinks that the American people are dumb. Really dumb. Walker, who has been in politics his entire adult life, is now claiming that he is not a career politician. No, really: Gov. Scott Walker denies he’s a career politician...Show More Summary
"You know sometimes in life all you have is (messed up) and poisonous choices". Its a line from the movie, American Hustle, I edited in the event my children read this. Jennifer Lawrence's character Rosalyn Rosenfeld delivered the line flawlessly. The recent day's market volatility could cause investors to think [...]
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Fact Check: Are the claims made in an e-mail titled ?New American Way of Life? accurate?
From race relations to abortion to gay marriage, the Supreme Court plays a crucial role in American life. So it's understandable that activists want to demonstrate on the grand plaza in front of the court's building. Such a majestic backdrop lends force to a protest and increases the possibility...
Enjoy a virtual adventure with George Overbury ?Pop? Hart, whose diverse travel experiences captured scenes of daily life in locales where few tourists ventured during the early part of the 20th century. While most American artists visited...Show More Summary
It's enough to make you cry... or scream. Source: The Lonely Libertarian
Winq enlists American designer Tom Ford and music group Hurts as the cover stars of its August/September 2015 issue. Discussing fatherhood and life at home, Ford unveils, “I’m a very shy person. You probably won’t believe that, but I really, really, really, really, really am. Show More Summary
Five years ago, Todrick Hall was a finalist on American Idol who made it to the top 16 before being eliminated. Since then, many of the videos he writes, choreographs, and performs in have been watched well over 10 million times—including...Show More Summary
Growing up as an Asian American, I knew I would never have the long legs or double-lidded blue eyes of the models that graced the TV screens and magazines I saw. Hell, I might not even have the tan skin if my melanin continued to refuse to cooperate. I recognized it would be biologically impossible... Continue reading
We don’t need to debate about whether podcasts are a ‘thing’ any more. The medium has come a long way since British journalist Ben Hammersley put a name on it, in the rush to define a new phenomenon in time for his deadline. The President...Show More Summary
The vivid colours bring these images to life, perfectly capturing both the fashion and atmosphere of this fascinating chapter in American history. Many of these historic photographs are set in Washington. New York City Deputy Police Commissioner John A. Show More Summary
It's the series premiere of Todrick on MTV! But what else is on TV tonight? Here are the TV listings for Monday 08/31/2015:
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The American League East’s odd collection of ballparks can pose a challenge.
“As a temple statue come to life and near-naked in gold body paint, he erupted into sensational airborne bravura with perfect form. Yet as critics across the country noted, Mr. Renvall’s gifts went far beyond pyrotechnics.”
Self-styled music critic Patrick Bateman, the protagonist of Bret Easton Ellis’s 1991 novel American Psycho, certainly had a lot to say about 80s mainstays like Genesis and Huey Lewis and the News. Over at The New Inquiry, J. Temperance argues for Steve Winwood as Patrick Bateman’s musical doppelgänger. Go ahead and take a look at this […]