Longtime Angelenos get it: We are a people with enviable natural surroundings. We are denizens of mountains and their valleys. We are suntanned creatures splashing in the chilly waters of the Pacific. But while the clichéd images of L.A. seem to eclipse many more complex characterizations of the city, artists...
Illumination Entertainment has debuted the new Olympics TV spot for the animated SING, which you can check out below. Illumination has captivated audiences all over the world with the beloved hits DESPICABLE ME, DR. SEUSS' THE LORAX, DESPICABLE ME 2 and MINIONS, now the second-highest-grossing animated movie in history. Show More Summary
The Cat in the Hat said it, and it’s a truth that I feel more deeply with every year that passes: It’s fun to have fun, but you have to know how — and that may take some serious reflection. Research shows that the absence of “feeling...Show More Summary
The fearless Dr. Seuss character announces his candidacy, with help from Thing 1 and Thing 2.
Snore with Snorlax. Snore on Snorlax. Relax on Snorlax. Kick back on Snorlax. Okay, enough Dr, Seuss. This is an official Snorlax bean bag chair that you can lay on. Do I really need to say…
Perhaps the classic Dr. Seuss book needs an update to something along the lines of "Would you? Could you? Eat cockroach milk?"
Theodor Seuss Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, passed away in 1991, having written and illustrated over 60 children’s tales of enchanted animals in foreign lands, embarking on adventures, learning lessons, and improbably rhyming all the while. Show More Summary
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!! March 2nd marks a special day in children's literary history. It is the birthday of Dr. Seuss! There are many activities associated with this great day such as Read Across America.We love Dr. Seuss in our house. Show More Summary
Seriously, there's no excuse for this man, Jeffrey Lord, even having a job on any outlet other than Alex Jones' Info Wars. He shouldn't have a job reciting Dr. Seuss books. Sorry, that's not cool, because that's an insult to Dr. Seuss. Trump...Show More Summary
No no no, don't check that out. Read this instead. A perennially popular news article looks at what library items patrons would like to see banned and why. It provides a moment where we can scratch our heads as to why Dr. Seuss’s classic...Show More Summary
The Tony Award winner injected Charles Dickens, Dr. Seuss and the Beastie Boys into her apology speech.
We’re now two days into the Republication National Convention which, while almost certainly hastening the apocalypse, hasn’t destroyed Cleveland just yet. But the speechwriting skills of Donald Trump’s campaign cohort have certainlyShow More Summary
Dr. Seuss gets a modern twist with the Go Trainer Go T-Shirt. Can you imagine the types of rhymes he would’ve come up with if he had known about words like Pokemom and Pikachu? Pokemon Go has swept the world by storm, getting people off their couches and out into the world for the first […]
Marge from Suttons Bay cited a story in the Record-Eagle that spoke of an intoxicated woman who was “cuffed in the buff.” That sounds like something out of Dr. Seuss. She was found hiding naked behind a tree in Leelanau County before being led away in handcuffs. Show More Summary
“The film’s producer, Stanley Kramer, that most earnest of Hollywood liberals, never oversaw anything comparable to this extravagant Technicolor vision of a tyrannical piano teacher’s quest for world domination. Nor was any other anti-fascist musical children’s film expected to precipitate a merchandising bonanza. (It never happened.)”
The former Black Flag frontman has never been short on rants or the impulse to tear down whatever bullshit he can find. Henry Rollins’s latest target: Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go!. He picks apart the work for its dated failure to support gender equality, race, drug use… you name it.
One 5-year-old's yearbook photo says more than any words possibly could. Just take a look at Ceci Negron's yearbook photo, with a scowl so adorable that it rivals that of the Dr.Seuss' Grinch. Negron, a kindergartner in a Boston-area school, is the proud owner of a yearbook photo that is ... More »
Dr. Seuss would be proud.
Some gadgets just grab your eye. Oskar van Deventer's Magic Gears Grid is one of them. Watching the gears turn into each other is tripping out the internet. "Looks like it was designed by Dr. Seuss," one YouTube commenter wrote. The inventor says in the video that the magic of his gizmo is that "gears are not supposed to mesh in a triangular grid. Show More Summary