Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Transcendence has us scanning our memory banks in search of the best technophobic thrillers. Ghost In The Shell (1995) The title card that introduces Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost In The Shell is split into two sentences. Show More Summary
You’d think most new digital cameras would come with built-in Wi-Fi these days, but only 46% of those that ship in 2014 will have the ability to connect to the Internet. And sure, there's no denying you can take better quality photos...Show More Summary
BP says it’s so, now round up the party favors: The cleanup efforts to wipe away all memory of the 2010 oil spill that lasted 85 days and sullied some 778 miles of Gulf of Mexico shore when the company’s Deepwater Horizon rig exploded is, after exhausting $14 billion and 70 million man-hours, officially over.
Finding a hotel is often only one part of your trip. The other half is getting there. And our bro Jaunted does a bang-up job of covering the latest news and trends in the travel world. Out in Vegas, VegasChatter is keeping us informed on what's going down in Sin City. Show More Summary
Dole Food Co. plans to expand its Peel the Love banana tour this year, adding a second route to run the promotion concurrently in Eastern and Western cities starting Memorial Day weekend.
Two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner ( The Hurt Locker, The Town ) will narrate the three-night event series, "The World Wars," premiering Memorial Day, May 26 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on History. "The stories that came out of 'The World Wars'...Show More Summary
Two-time Oscar® Nominee Jeremy Renner (THE HURT LOCKER, THE TOWN) will narrate the three-night event series, THE WORLD WARS, premiering Memorial Day, May 26 at 9PM ET/PT on HISTORY.
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Transcendence has us scanning our memory banks in search of the best technophobic thrillers. The Animatrix (2003) The mere fact that The Animatrix exists is almost reason enough to watch it. Show More Summary
by Molly Pohlig Welcome to mid-April; or, that dark chasm of working days that stretches on with no holidays until Memorial Day. Joy! In that spirit, I've been hitting the Wikipedia hard lately, and these are the most gruesome sentences I could find. Show More Summary
I like that in the middle of the day I will find myself giggling at some memory of him; something he did or said that is still just as funny. I like that he notices things about me that other people don’t.
A look back at a time when Marines thought Iraq had finally achieved a tentative peace and were able to take time to simply share a meal with elders.
CNN, which can't seem to get anything right these days, ruined another bit of coverage today when what appeared to be a moment of silence during Boston's marathon bombing memorial tribute today was interrupted by what sounds like a cursing cameraman. Read more...
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Transcendence has us scanning our memory banks in search of the best technophobic thrillers. Existenz (1999) In Existenz, David...Show More Summary
That memory may their deed redeem/When, like our sires, our sons are gone/Spirit, that made those heroes dare/To die, and leave their children free/Bid Time and Nature gently spare/The shaft we raise to them and thee —Ralph Waldo Emerson,...Show More Summary
First, some background from Washington Post: The first name that will be read at the ceremony during Memorial Day weekend is that of Evander Earl Andrews. A small-town boy, he had left his parents home in central Maine, joined the Air Force, and on Oct. 10, 2001, became the first military person reported killed in […]
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, Amazon offers up to 65% off on select Kingston memory cards and USB drives. For instance, you can get a 16GB flash drive for just $6.99 or a 32gb one for $12.99. There’s also plenty of other products offered with big discounts, so check ‘em out! [Up […]
In the days after April 15, 2013, people began leaving objects at the police barricades around Copley Square, in Boston, to commemorate those who had been killed or injured in the marathon bombings. There were familiar offerings: American...Show More Summary
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Transcendence has us scanning our memory banks in search of the best technophobic thrillers. The Lawnmower Man (1992) All virtual...Show More Summary
As the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing approaches, the echoes of that day still swirl in this city and in our own memories, for on a day when evil was intended, a city sparkled more brightly than it seemed possible. Show More Summary
Let's take a trip down Memory Lane to the days when MARTA was but a dream and state funding a possibility. Fast forward to today and we still don't know why the state doesn't contribute funding to the transit system.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]