Nikki Peele didn’t have ambitious plans when she bought aluminum pans for her Thanksgiving yams. Okay, yes, we exploited that opportunity to rhyme. But this is no Dr. Seuss story. It’s more along the lines of a cautionary tale: “The dangers of holiday cooking.” It turns out that America’s favorite Thursday is full of numerous unforeseen […]
Most of us know about Dr. Seuss the author, but a new exhibit in San Diego showcases Seuss the artist.
Whatdidyoudoforyourlastbirthday?Aquietmealatanicerestaurant?Agettogetherwithsomeofyourclosestfriends?Well,MileyCyruscelebratedhertwenty-secondbirthdaythispastweekend,andiftheensuingtreasuretroveofInstagramphotosareanyindication,MileShow More Summary
Cindy Lou Who'd believe it? The Grinch got his union card! I don't mean that Shuler Hensley, who plays the verdant old meanie on the road, is the newest member of Actors' Equity Association. Au contraire. Hensley has more Broadway credits than the Whos have Roast Beast, including a Tony...
Tor Constantino marks the anniversary of his vasectomy with a pithy poem in the tradition of Dr. Seuss---to be clear, Dr. Seuss did NOT perform the vasectomy. The post Once Upon a Vasectomy … appeared first on The Good Men Project.
For this week's Vine challenge, turn your favorite childhood books into scary stories. Transform Dr. Seuss into Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Curious George into Monkey Shines. Or, make The Very Hungry Caterpillar a very vicious monster and Junie B. Show More Summary
Anderson Layman's Blog is on a Dr. Seuss kick today, as can be seen here. And that's only one post. Go to his blog today and you find a slew of Seuss-related items. I can recall the great pleasure of discovering the Dr. Seuss books when I was a child and years later reading them to my children. Which one was your favorite? Mine was "If I Ran the Zoo."
Texas-based art duo Nikolai and Simon Haas, The Hass Brothers, are twin brothers who create playful pieces of plump and furry furniture and other home furnishings that look like they went hunting in Dr. Seuss books for both inspiration...Show More Summary
The mysterious secret society, how quick is it growing? Fast enough that every artist you love joined without you knowing.
Meet Deinocheirus mirificus (literally: unusual, horrible hand), a recently described dinosaur that some paleontologists are calling the weirdest ever seen. Admittedly, it does look like something out of a Dr. Seuss book. For the record though, I'd still hit it. Show More Summary
…”Life’s a Great Balancing Act.” – Dr. Seuss I was asked to write a story as a guest columnist, for a local women’s magazine, about Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak. The theme of that particular issue was “Be Smart.” It was an easy segue for me to introduce Julie…because, well, she is smart. So I...
Today is the 26th annual National Coming Out Day, which was launched in 1988 on the first anniversary of 1987 March On Washington. In the words of Dr. Seuss: " Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is you-er than you." Is there anyone important in your life that doesn't know about you? Today might be the day to be you-er with them.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard sounds like the title of a long-lost Dr. Seuss book. It's actually the name of a trippy, psych-rock seven-piece from Melbourne, Australia. Formed in early 2011, the prolific crew has two full-length...Show More Summary
Tony Award-winner Shuler Hensley will play the mean, green Grinch in the national tour of “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical” at the Chicago Theatre this fall, the venue has announced.
We’ve collected the books debuting on Indiebound’s Indie Bestseller List for the week ending September 14, 2014–a sneak peek at the books everybody will be talking about next month. (Debuted at #5 in Children’s Interest) Horton and the...Show More Summary
I came across a post about a tribute to Dr. Seuss that includes pages done comic-book style that illustrate and tell his history and story. I found it fascinating to read about the man whose words I've said so often...
She craved lots of Pumpkin Spice. Yes, she wanted plenty. Not Tall or Grande, Kayla wanted Venti!
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Y'all, someone laced the mayor's energy drink with something craaaaaaazy! I mean, usually, when the mayor releases something to the press at 5:30 on a Friday, that thing is something he doesn't want you to know about. Like, his new police chief is reversing important discipline decisions. Show More Summary
Dr. Seuss fans young and old have something to be excited about. Random House has just unearthed some lesser-known stories by the author and published them into a new volume called Horton and the Kwuggerbug. The four stories in the book...Show More Summary