Game of Thrones is great. One of the reasons why it’s so great is its unpredictability. It subverts tropes, messes with your idea of heroes and villains and generally does a tremendous job of keeping its audience guessing. Why is that? Probably because so much of it borrows from actual history. Show More Summary
The mysterious Claudette is finally making her way to Port Charles. General Hospital had been looking for the perfect actress to step into this upcoming role as Nathan West’s ex-wife and it looks like they have found her. According to Daytime Confidential, Bree Williamson will be playing the role of the Frenchwoman that was once... Show More Summary
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CBS finished No. 1 in the 18-49 demographic for the second time in the last four years which. And, if you attended CBS' upfront presentation last week, you've heard the one about CBS winning the season in overall audience for the eighth consecutive season and 13th time in 14 years, with an average of 10.9 million viewers. Show More Summary
Quiet your mind, calm your heart… and reclaim your life. You wake up one morning, happy that your life is finally on track. After enduring one painful break up after another, you’re finally free of deadbeat guys and loser relationships. Months of fighting and bickering […]
Getting married? It's an exciting time and one of the greatest joys in your life. You are about to start a brand-new chapter in your life that is like no other chapter you have experienced before. However, perhaps there are a few things on your mind that you are afraid to say or note to anyone. Show More Summary
After countless fictional scenarios of humans making contact with alien civilisations, you’d think we’d be prepared for actually discovering one. But finding intelligent life beyond the Earth is clearly likely to be one of the most shattering moments in the history of our species. So if you’ve just...
You’ve no doubt seen the KISS logo many, many times during your life. Since it first appeared on a New York City concert poster in the fall of 1973, it has become one of the most famous logos in not only rock history, but brand history,...Show More Summary
Among the valuable holdings in London's Wellcome Library is a rough pencil sketch made in 1953 by Francis Crick. The drawing is one of the first to show the double-helix structure of DNA--Nature's blueprint for the design of sea snails, human beings, and every other living form on earth.
This thoroughly detailed and bracingly frank biography has entire sections devoted to Crews’ brawling and his prodigious drinking and drug use, making for a compelling read. Crews’ life story, in fact, comes across like one of his novels: gothic, lusty, battered, excessive and gloriously lurid.
Even if you're not a major beauty junkie, you know that limiting yourself to just one mascara is virtually impossible... and almost masochistic. It doesn't matter how satisfied you are with your current formula. Chances are, you still...Show More Summary
Tragically, the youngsters in this yearbook will never graduate from high school. In fact, they'll never grow up at all to reach their potential, or experience the fullness of life. And that's because each one was a victim of gun violence. read more
The "Internet of Things" could make cities "smarter" by connecting an extensive network of tiny communications devices to make life more efficient. But all these machines will require a lot of energy. Rather than adding to the global reliance on fossil fuels to power the network, researchers say they have a new solution. Show More Summary
Fifteen years ago, plus a few months in addition, I proposed to my girlfriend, Kathleen, in the now late, lamented Adventurers Club in Disneyworld. That was, and is, one of the greatest nights of my life. We were married on May 26th the following year, and I have never regretted it for a single day. […]
"Of all of our movies, this one changed my life," Chris Hegedus said, introducing her new documentary, Unlocking the Cage at a special HBO screening prior to its theatrical release at Film Forum this week. That's a lot to claim from the filmmaker pair, Chris Hegedus and D. Show More Summary
I hope we can stay in each other’s lives, in one way or another. I’ve told you that before, I think. But if not, I wish you a full life.
This is one of the best letter exchanges I’ve seen. Here’s the intro: “It is not easy to write a Life of Catullus”, Helen Morales observes in the TLS of April 22. Nor, apparently, is it a straightforward matter to translate him. Professor Morales was reviewing two books, Daisy Dunn’s Catullus’ Bedspread: The life of […]
Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions you will ever have to make. When it comes to deciding what you would like to do for the rest of your life, everyone is different. There are those who have always know what they wanted to be while for others it was a difficult, soul-searching decision. Show More Summary
A few times a year John and I go to commune with Our People at local sci-fi and comic conventions. This weekend is one of the big ones here in Orlando, so we've been feverishly finishing up a new costume to wear - because yes, we're THOSE kinds of geeks. Of course you're just here for cake pictures, though... Show More Summary
Like many feminists, I have always regarded the institution of marriage with some skepticism. While at one point in my life I thought I would never get married, I changed my mind when I met my husband, Chuck. Being with him made me feel like I wanted to experience everything life had to offer, including marriage and whatever that entailed. Show More Summary