Every single day, week, and month you have to keep track of deadlines, appointments, numbers, and bills, and as you try to juggle so many things at the same time, you often cannot remember key things when you need them the most. It's time to stop lamenting your bad memory and do something about it....
For the month of October we’re going to take you down memory lane and reveal what horror films opened on each day leading up to Halloween. October 1 actuality saw quite a few releases, most notably George A. Romero’s $100k indie Night of the Living Dead, which made a whopping $30M worldwide at the box […]
It may have been quite a few years since Sean “Diddy” Combs and Jennifer Lopez dated (remember that, WAY back in the day?), but clearly Sean has fond memories of his ex. JLo was one of the first celebs to be known for her, um, shapely booty, looooong before we knew the name “Kim Kardashian.” […]
The Crosley Hotshot was an extremely competitive sports car in its day, taking victory in the first Sam Collier Memorial Endurance Race, held in Sebring, Florida, in 1950. Looking to broaden the car’s appeal, Crosley built a deluxe version that became known as the Crosley Super Sports, equipped with such amenities as a folding roof, […]
Creepy Castle is a sweet little Sinclair Spectrum-influenced game that's running one of the more humble Kickstarter campaigns in recent memory. The game only needs $6K to live. It's at about $5K now with 3 days to go. Oh no! Thankfully, these newly announced cameos will likely be enough to push the game into full funding before Friday. Show More Summary
On the eve of its National Day, China honored its fallen soldiers on a new memorial occasion dedicated to those who died fighting foreign powers.
In his memoir "Death Letter: God, Sex, and War," David W. Peters writes with black humor and grace about his deployment to Iraq as an Army chaplain, and the dark days following his return to the U.S. Faced with tragic memories of his...Show More Summary
After several months of touring the world, Outkast finally hit the stage in Atlanta for an electrifying homecoming weekend. The legendary hip-hop group, consisting of Antwan ‘Big Boi’ Patton and Andre ‘3000’ Benjamin, brought an entire city together for three sold out shows held at Centennial Olympic Park. Show More Summary
NGC 2683 is a spiral galaxy seen almost edge-on, giving it the shape of a classic science fiction spaceship, which is why the astronomers at the Astronaut Memorial Planetarium and Observatory, Cocoa, Fla., gave it this nickname. This barred spiral...
We know, wherever he is, he would appreciate this! A memorial for Robin Williams was recently held at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco this past Saturday, and it was an emotion fueled day for everyone that attended! Some of the stars that were there included Danny DeVito, Whoopi Goldberg, Ben Stiller, Josh Groban, Seth Green, George Lucas, Rhea Perlman, Joel McHale, [...]
By Eric Landis: Bevy Of Boomers According to AARP, there are currently about 8,000 "Baby Boomers" per day entering retirement, a rate that will continue for roughly the next 18 years. Many of these individuals have the memory of theShow More Summary
It was once the case that graphics card RAM wasn’t super important — as long as you had one or two gigabytes of dedicated video memory, you’d be right for most games. The last few days however have utterly wrecked this rule-of-thumb, first with Bethesda’s The Evil Within recommending 4GB and now Shadow of Mordor requesting a massive 6GB for its ultra setting. More »
On July 10, 2014, JoeJoe the Capybara sloppily devoured a red popsicle (once his human made him aware of it) in order to celebrate “Capybara Appreciation Day“, which JoeJoe explains to be in memory of his buddy Caplin. This video was taken on July 10th is Caplin Day, also known as Capybara Appreciation Day. We […]
The world has changed. Gay life in America has changed. Since 1981, when the first reports of AIDS came out -- and I came out as a gay man -- this reporter has witnessed and documented stunning changes over the last three decades. Foremost,...Show More Summary
by Hans Johnson As hard as it is to lose loved ones, especially after a long and delibiitating illness, we usually have many memories to comfort us. But what of those very young ones who spent their entire post-birth lives in a hospital,...Show More Summary
Banned Books Week is drawing to a close, but you still have two more days to celebrate censorship (or rather, the end thereof). So for this week’s mix, librarian Tony Ross, of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, curated a list of songs (disclaimer: some are explicit) that have been dubbed inappropriate by the powers that […]
As best as I can recall, I’ve met Jason Carter twice. Most recently, it was at this year’s Dacula Memorial Day Parade. Carter rode in a truck immediately behind the Gwinnett Republican Party, and we had a chance to talk for a few minutes...Show More Summary
The myth-maker becomes the myth in 20,000 Days on Earth, a fun-house foray through memory, music, life, and creativity.
My earliest political memory is of Richard Nixon on TV, speaking from the Oval Office and my father yelling. It was the day he resigned from office, August 8, 1974, and my father, a staunch Republican was pissed off. He didn't want Nixon...Show More Summary
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