Because so many characters frequently die on Game of Thrones, the show is always looking for ways to replenish the ranks and introduce us to new characters. Still, oftentimes the characters we meet come straight from George R.R. Martin?s A Song of Ice and Fire series. Click To Continue Reading
YouTuber RealLifeLore points out how George R.R. Martin is teaching us a more fantastical version of the history of Great Britain, from the battles between the Celts and the Romans to the Wars of the Roses. We can’t wait for Westeros’ Top Gear.
This was taken in the deserts of Southern Utah at Snow Canyon State Park near St. George, Utah. Photo: Chris Williams Exploration Photography Background: Understanding the Process One of the questions that I receive quite often fromShow More Summary
Prince George’s fire department hopes to learn from the death of one of its own.
Warning: This post contains spoilers from literally every season of Game of Thrones. The fan theories surrounding Game of Thrones have reached fever pitch. At this point, we can only assume George R.R. Martin and company want to make...Show More Summary
George A. Romero: he's more than just zombies. I know that you know that, you're savvy and learned. I'm simply pointing it out to the total horror noobs who only know Romero from his three (AND ONLY THREE) (okay, maybe Land of the Dead...Show More Summary
While Game of Thrones has made some changes from George R.R. Martin?s A Song of Ice and Fire series from very early on, a lot of the overarching beats in both the show and the books have remained the same. Heading into Season 6, however, there?s no blueprint for fans of both mediums to hold onto.Click To Continue Reading
I think it was philosopher George Santayana's cousin who said, "Those who do not learn from history are doomed to lose money in the stock market." It's amazing how quickly
A $5 million gift from the Avenir Foundation will provide state-of-the-art conservation equipment and technology to enhance long-term care for the 20,000-piece Textile Museum collection at the George Washington University. In recognition...Show More Summary
Back in April, the Inquisitr reported on the support given by a fellow athlete to Craig Sager, the legendary sports announcer. Because it so happens that Craig Sager is as much of an athlete as George Foreman, the retired boxer who gave him a pair of signed boxing gloves, who told him to keep fighting... Show More Summary
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and board member George Abrams have asked a Massachusetts court to hold a trial “no later than four months from now” on their plea to overturn Sumner Redstone’s effort to oust them from his family trust and...Show More Summary
Are show watchers going to finally get a look at a mysterious character from George R.R. Martin’s books? We explore. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Being royal does not grant immunity from parents' daily bedtime struggles: Prince William admitted that as a baby, Prince George “never slept,” Hello! Magazine reported. We’d probably have trouble drifting to dreamland, too, if President...Show More Summary
No, that’s not a typo. Any Star Wars fan can tell you that the original title for the final installment of the original trilogy was Revenge of the Jedi. Franchise creator George Lucas eventually changed the title to Return of the Jedi...Show More Summary
Game of Thrones has made more episodes than the books' author George R.R. Martin could keep up with, and instead of pulling the plot from the existing fantasy series, it is now up to show's writers to decide the fates of the characters. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers are entering the offseason with a lot of different options to say the least. Paul George is coming off of an amazing season after returning from a broken leg, but rumors are swirling about the possibility that he could be traded. Show More Summary
This year marks the 100 th anniversary of the formation of the National Park Service. To commemorate the centennial, the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York, will present an exhibition about our parkland and how we see these...Show More Summary
The years spanned more than a century — from 1886 to 2013 — but five days this month marked a dozen departures from many loved one’s lives. On August 3, 1886, prohibitionist preacher George C. Haddock was shot dead in Sioux City, Iowa, after leaving his buggy at a local stable. Just four years earlier, Iowa voters had […]
Today, and maybe tomorrow, and probably beyond, I’ll be thinking about this snip from George Siemens: Human history is marked by periods of explosive growth in knowledge. Alexandria, the Academy, the printing press, the scientific method, industrial revolution, knowledge classification systems, and so on. Show More Summary
Well, let's hope the last one isn't half as brutal.