Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 18, 2018

It is yet another episode of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS. Shannon went home Friday and we began the Courtside Seats HOH competition. Everyone is sitting on the wall and the first three to fall will end up on slop. The winner is the new HOH. As they sit, they get things thrown at them,… Read More

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February 19 in Pop Culture History

February 19 in Pop Culture History 1600 (Volcano Eruption) Huaynaputina 1847 – Of the 89 original members of the Donner Party, only 45 reached California. They had been trapped, with no provisions and little survival skills since late October of 1848, about 13 miles northwest of Lake Tahoe. 1864 – The Knights of Pythias was […]

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February 18 in Pop Culture History

February 18 in Pop Culture History 1856 – The “Know-Nothing Party,” convened in Philadelphia to nominate its first presidential candidate. The Know-Nothing movement began in the 1840s, when an increasing rate of immigration led to the formation of a number of groups to combat “foreign” influences in American society. 1861 – Jefferson Davis became the […]

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TVGrapevine talks to Tina Alexis Allen

What made you decide to write your book, Hiding Out now? I’ve always known that some day I’d write a memoir about my stranger than fiction coming of age. It’s a big complex story that I hoped one day I’d be recovered from enough to actually share publicly and hopefully help others in some way.… Read More

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 16, 2018

It is episode six of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS. When we last left our heroes, Shannon and James were put on the block by HOH winner Ari. Everyone wants Shannon gone, but will the POV put a wrench in their plans? We will see! Shannon is very upset for being on the block and… Read More

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February 17 in Pop Culture History

February 17 in Pop Culture History 1621 – Myles Standish was appointed as first commander of the English Plymouth Colony in North America. 1859 – Dmitri Mendeleev began creating what we now call The Periodic Table. 1904 – Giacomo Puccini’s opera Madame Butterfly premiered at the La Scala theatre in Milan, Italy. It was one […]

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Travel Channel to Air Special on Abraham Lincoln 2/18

In honor of President’s Day, Travel Channel is airing a special about President Lincoln’s assassination, including some unknown facts about the tragedy,  as well as some information on John Wilkes Booth. Below is some information on the special, including a video clip.   “Lincoln Assassination: Extra Evidence”- Premieres Sunday, February 18 at 4 p.m. ET/PT… Read More

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So You Think You Can Dance is Renewed for a 15th Season

Get your dancing shoes ready! Fox’s hit once series, So You Think You Can Dance, has been renewed for  15th season. Below are more details, courtesy of Fox. FOX has renewed the Emmy Award-winning SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE for a 15th season. From 19 Entertainment and dick clark productions, SO YOU THINK YOU… Read More

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February 16 in Pop Culture History

February 16 in Pop Culture History 1852 – Studebaker Brothers wagon company was established. 1883 – Ladies Home Journal magazine began publication. 1894 – Gunslinger John Wesley Hardin is pardoned after spending 15 years in a Texas prison for murder. Hardin shot and killed a man just for snoring, by firing through the wall at […]

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‘The Crow Reborn’ Is Definitely A Go!

(PCM) Many fans of “The Crow” have had mixed opinions about the upcoming reboot of the original film tentatively titled “The Crow Reborn”. Some feel that the studio should just leave well enough alone, while others are incredibly excited to see what can be done to bring this iconic character back to life. The upcoming […]

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Happy Singles Awareness Day (February 15th)

(PCM) Forget all the hearts and flowers stuff. Valentine’s Day is yesterday’s news. Today is Singles Awareness Day! Singles Awareness Day (February 15th) was originally created in response to the famous saintly holiday celebrated the day before. As with most modern holidays, many people see Valentine’s Day as a marketing showcase of saccharine-sweet romantic notions […]

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 14, 2018

It is episode five of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS. On Monday, we saw Keisha get evicted on her own request due to her breast milk depleting. Before she left, she let James in on Shannon’s plan to get him evicted. We are for some reason watching the pre-eviction footage from Monday. It’s really nothing… Read More

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February 15 in Pop Culture History

February 15 in Pop Culture History 1758 – Mustard was first advertised for sale in America, by Benjamin Jackson, in Philadelphia, PA. 1764 – The city of St. Louis was established in Spanish Louisiana (now in Missouri, USA). 1898 – An explosion sank the battleship USS Maine in Cuba’s Havana harbor, killing 260 of the […]

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Valentine’s Day, February 14

(PCM) Valentine’s Day, a day for romance and love, a day to take that special someone out for dinner buy them chocolates or get a special card or gift that would mean something to that person only. Valentine’s day, which in actuality, Saint Valentine’s Day is a day that commemorates the life or Saint Valentine.  […]

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February 14 in Pop Culture History

February 14 in Pop Culture History Ferris Wheel Day, named after George Ferris, born Feb. 14, 1859. It is also National Donor Day & St. Valentine’s Day. ~270 – Valentine, a priest in Rome in the days of Emperor Claudius II, was beheaded for performing (illegal at the time) marriage ceremonies. 1779 – Captain James […]

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Catching Up With The Verve Pipe

Photography credit: Derek Brad (TRR) There was a time back in the late nineties when you couldn’t turn on the radio without hearing The Verve Pipe’s massive hit single “The Freshman” which came from the band’s massive multi-platinum major label debut album “Villains”. Many would have thought that the band… Continue reading

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Ian Verdun Talks to TV Grapevine

Tell me about yourself and career. I’m an LA native, which is basically like saying you’re a unicorn in Hollywood. People always seem to find it fascinating that I’m actually from Los Angeles, since most residents are transplants. Even I have to admit that running into other native Angelenos is pretty rare. I come from… Read More

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The Bachelor recap for February 12, 2018

Tonight is the sixth week of The Bachelor on ABC. When we last left, Krystal was eliminated, much to the joy of the other girls in the house and after another rose ceremony, only seven girls remain, with only four going on to next week’s hometown dates. There is no rose ceremony, just dates—three one… Read More

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 12, 2018

This is the fifth episode of Celebrity Big Brother. When we last left our heroes, Omarosa was hospitalized for an asthma attack, Ross won HOH and new alliances were formed. Omarosa and Keisha were nominated for eviction, but it seems like there is more to that than meets the eye. Who the hell is Miss… Read More

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February 13 in Pop Culture History

February 13 in Pop Culture History It’s World Whale Day Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day 1633 – Galileo Galilei arrived in Rome to face charges of heresy by the Catholic Church for advocating Copernican theory, which held that the Earth revolved around the Sun. 1741 – The first magazine was published in America – The American […]

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Sammi’s Favorite Things: HSI Professional Tools

I love doing my hair. I am one of those women who constantly change up the color, cut and style, so it is only natural that I am always on the lookout for the latest and greatest in hair care and hair products. Enter my new favorite:  HSI Professional. They have the best in curling… Read More

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National Plum Pudding Day, February 12

Plum Pudding is a traditional English dessert usually served at Christmas and New Year’s.  There are no plums in plum pudding.  When the recipe was written in the 17th century all dried fruit was referred to as plums. If you’re an American the term pudding may be a bit confusing.  In England all desserts are […]

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 11, 2018

This is the fourth episode of Celebrity Big Brother. When we last left, Chuck Liddell was sent home and alliances were shattered and reformed. Omarosa and Keisha formed their own, while their former alliance turned the tables on them when it came to eviction time. When we begin tonight, Keisha says the alliance is gone… Read More

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February 11 in Pop Culture History

February 11 in Pop Culture History It’s National Pro Sport’s Wives Day 660 BC – Traditional date for the foundation of Japan by Emperor Jimmu. 1534 – Henry VIII of England is recognized as supreme head of the Church of England. 1752 – The first hospital in the United States, Pennsylvania Hospital, opened. 1808 – […]

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 9, 2018

It is night three of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS.  When we last left our cast, Keisha was the new HOH, Chuck and James went on the block and Metta cried because he wanted to go home to his wifey. Tonight is the first live eviction. Brandi wants James to go because she thinks he… Read More

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February 10 in Pop Culture History

February 10 in Pop Culture History 1763 – The Treaty of Paris ended the French and Indian War and France ceded Canada to England. 1840 – Queen Victoria and her cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg-Gotha, married. They had 9 children – Victoria, Bertie, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, and Beatrice. 1863 – General […]

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 8, 2018

It is night two of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS.  When we last left off Shannon was HOH and everyone got bucks that my have has a special power. The celebrities wonder what is in the bags and how it will change the game. The girls want to get rid of a guy and vice… Read More

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February 9 in Pop Culture History

February 9 in Pop Culture History 1825 – The U.S. House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams president since no candidate had received a majority of electoral votes. 1870 – The weather service, now named the National Weather Service (NWS) was authorized by Congress. 1889 – The United States Department of Agriculture was established 1895 […]

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Sammi’s Favorite Things: Life Clothing Co.

Need a lot minute Valentine’s Day gift? Check out some of these cute, sassy outfits from Life Clothing Co., made in Los Angeles. Power of Love Beverly Sweater: http://bit.ly/2D8BLvO ($52)   Trust in love and magical things will come! The Power of Love Sweater is a vintage inspired slightly cropped pullover, with a relaxed, slightly oversized fit. Featuring a… Read More

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Waitress Broadway Tour is Serving a Slice of Heaven

 Leading Lady Desi Oakley Whips Up a Hit in the Waitress Broadway TourFrom the time Desi Oakley was a young girl growing up in Wichita, Kansas, she loved performing in musical theater and her passion continued to grow. Now she is starring in the Broadway tour of the musical Waitress and can’t believe the incredible journey […]

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The Amazing Race Quick-cap for February 7, 2018

CBS’s The Amazing Race is two hours this week, so it means double the eliminations, double the travel and double the fun! It is going to be short and sweet again this week because it’s long and I have work in the morning. First Stop: Zimbabwe, where they head to the Imire Rhino and Wildlife… Read More

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Celebrity Big Brother Recap for February 7, 2018

Tonight is the very first episode of CBS’s Celebrity Big Brother. The original Big Brother has been on since 2000, but this is the first time we have celebrities in the house. Um, Julie Chen usually dresses so cute—WTF with that dress? Let’s meet our houseguests! Sugar Ray star Mark McGrath—Wow, holy blonde, Batman! He… Read More

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Charles Dickens Born February 7, 1812

Charles John Hoffman Dickens was born February 7, 1812 in Portsmouth England.  He was the son of a naval clerk and his wife and he was the second of eight children not all of whom survived. Dickens Father changed his place of employment more than once, though he kept the same job.  This eventually landed […]

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February 7 in Pop Culture History

February 7 in Pop Culture History 1497 – The Bonfire of the Vanities occurred in which supporters of Girolamo Savonarola burned thousands of objects like cosmetics, art, and books in Florence, Italy. 1783 (Earthquake) Calabria, Italy 1817 – The first public gas street light in the was lit in Baltimore, Maryland, the first in the […]

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Backstreet Boys to Extend Las Vegas Residency

Backstreet’s back! The popular boy band just announced that they are extending their Las Vegas residency this year in order for more fans to see them live. Below are more details on the extended dates. The Backstreet Boys are excited to add 21 more dates to their highly successful headlining Las Vegas residency “Backstreet Boys:… Read More

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Sammi’s Favorite Things: A Mound Over Hell

BHC Press today announced it will publish Gary Morgenstein’s provocative new science fiction-baseball novel A Mound Over Hell  to launch the author’s The Dark Depths book series. In making the announcement, BHC Press said, “This is one of the most unique novels to be published in the last fifty years, and we’re thrilled to bring… Read More

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Sesame Street to Hold Special 4-Episode Event

Do you have kids? Sesame Workshop has something that will keep them occupied in these cold winter days, while still providing them with eduction and life lessons. Below is more information on this month-long, four episode event. It all begins this Saturday on HBO. Sesame Workshop today announced a four-episode Sesame Street event that draws… Read More

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The Bachelor Recap for February 5, 2018

Tonight is week six of ABC’s The Bachelor. We are getting closer to the end of the line, yet still so far away. This is the night of the dreaded two on one date, which means one girl will get a guaranteed elimination before the rose ceremony. This week we are in Paris, which makes… Read More

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Frasier Star John Mahoney Dead at 77

Sad news for Hollywood tonight. John Mahoney, best known for playing lovable, yet snarky Martin Crane on the hit NBC sitcom Frasier, has died. He was 77 years old. Mahoney’s rep released the following statement to the media: “I am sad to confirm the Sunday, February 4th death of actor John Mahoney after a short illness… Read More

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February 6 in Pop Culture History

February 6 in Pop Culture History Today is Bob Marley Day in Jamaica and Ethiopia. (He was born on Feb. 6, 1945) 1819 – Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles founded Singapore. 1820 – The first 86 African American immigrants sponsored by the American Colonization Society left New York to start a settlement in present-day Liberia. 1843 […]

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Super Bowl LII Recap for February 4, 2018

Hello! In grand tradition of the Super Bowl, I am here to give my snark, feelings and recap of the big game featuring the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. To quote Ryan Seacrest, dim the lights, here we GO! Pink did a fabulous job on the National Anthem, but I was NOT a fan… Read More

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February 5 in Pop Culture History

February 5 in Pop Culture History Weatherperson’s Day, named after the birthday (Feb 5, 1744) of early US weatherman, John Jeffries. 62 – Pompeii earthquake (not to be confused with the Great Earthquake of 79) 1783 (Earthquake) Calabria, Italy 1824 – Samuel Vaughan Merrick and William H. Keating founded “The Franklin Institute of the State […]

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February 4 in Pop Culture History

February 4 in Pop Culture History World Cancer Day 1703 – In Edo (Japan), 46 of the Forty-seven Ronin committed seppuku (ritual suicide) for avenging their master’s death. 1783 – Britain declared a formal cessation of hostilities with its American colonies, the United States. 1789 – George Washington was elected as the first president of […]

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Jane Diamond’s Dazzling Road to Heath, Wellness, and Success

Health and Wellness Coach Helps Clients Find Their Passion, Grit and Determination to Foster Healthier Minds and Bodies When you listen to Jane Diamond’s story you immediately understand that if you follow her lead you can use perseverance, grit, and passion to change the world for yourself and your loved ones. Diamond, who grew up […]

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LAS RAGEOUS Music Festival Announces Updated Performance Lineup

LAS RAGEOUS Music Festival Announces Updated Performance Lineup Otherwise & New Years Day Join A Perfect Circle, Five Finger Death Punch, Ghost, Judas Priest & more Friday, April 20 & Saturday, April 21 At The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center KOMP-FM & Smash Magazine Launch ‘Battle Of The Fans’ Contest… Continue reading

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February 2 in Pop Culture History

February 2 in Pop Culture History It’s Groundhog’s Day. 1046 – The “Little Ice Age” began in Europe. 1653 – New Amsterdam (now the City of New York) was incorporated. 1876 – National League (now Major League Baseball) of baseball was founded 1887 – The first Groundhog Day was observed in Punxsutawney, PA 1892 – […]

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The Amazing Race Quick-cap for January 31, 2018

This is week five of The Amazing Race on CBS. Tonight, we head to Prague for the next leg in the race around the world. This is going to be short and sweet this week because, honestly, the episode wasn’t that interesting. There is a U-Turn this episode, but will anyone use it? We will… Read More

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Inspire Your Heart With Art Day, January 31

The origins of Inspire Your Heart With Art Day are not known, though it is annually celebrated on January 31.  The meaning of Inspire Your Heart With Art Day, is fairly clear, take a moment to step away for the craziness of life and enjoy the type or art that inspires you. The word “inspire” […]

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January 31 in Pop Culture History

January 31 in Pop Culture History 1865 – Congress passed the 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in America. 1906 (Earthquake) Coastal Ecuador 1922 (Earthquake) Eureka/San Francisco, Oregon/California 1958 – The United States launched its first successful orbiting satellite, Explorer-I. 1961 – The United States launched a 4-year-old male chimpanzee named Ham on a Mercury-Redstone 2 rocket […]

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The Bachelor Recap for January 29, 2018

Tonight is week five of ABC’s The Bachelor. The amount of girls competing for Arie is getting smaller and he is falling even more in love—with multiple women. Everyone is now in Fort Lauderdale for some fun in the sun. Maquel returns! Last week, she left to go to a funeral, but now is back.… Read More

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January 30 in Pop Culture History

January 30 in Pop Culture History 1703 – The 47 Ronin, under the command of Oishi Kuranosuke, avenged the death of their master, Asano Naganori. 1790 – The first boat designed as a lifeboat was tested on the River Tyne. 1868 – Charles Darwin’s book, Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, was published. 1948 […]

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‘Gremlins’: A Review From Childhood To Adulthood

(PCM) Recently over Christmas break my girlfriend and I watched Gremlins. The movie came out way back in 1984. We both haven’t seen the movie since we were kids. So, we thought it would be a good idea to check it out and watch it, and give a quick review. When I think back to […]

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Bubble Wrap: “Pop” Culture Appreciation

Today is the 12th Annual Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, held on the last Monday in January. Whether packing boxes for moving, or using bubble wrap to protect gifts, few can resist the allure of the “pop.”  Many people pop for fun, and many more pop to de-stress. In fact, 70% of American workers would take […]

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Cash Cowboys Star Brent Huwa Brings Family Love Back To TV

Cash Cowboys is one of Pop TV’s latest and greatest series. The show, which premiered in November, follows the Huwa family through their adventures in business and in life. The Colorado based family work as farmers while also running their own business, not only to help support themselves but to also help reclaim land that… Read More

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January 29th Curmudgeon’s Day

Curmudgeon’s Day.  According to The American Heritage Dictionary a curmudgeon is a “cantankerous person’.  And, according to The American Heritage Dictionary cantankerous means” ill tempered, quarrelsome, disagreeable, contrary.,” in other words cantankerous can be a mood or someone’s whole personality. Curmudgeons Day is a day to celebrate the cranky people in our lives or a […]

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A Confident Natacha Karam Shines On NBC’s The Brave

Natacha Karen as American sniper Jasmine “Jaz” Khan Inspires Viewers Far and Wide as a Bad-Ass role ModelEarlier this season, The Brave’s heroine Sgt. Jasmine “Jaz” Khan killed a terrorist leader and was captured by his guards and endured gruesome torture as a prisoner waiting for her team to rescue her. When this was going […]

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Corporate Season 1, Episode 1 Recap

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect going into Comedy Central’s new show Corporate.  They’ve been marketing it heavily for the last week or so with all-day The Office marathons, which I spent more time watching than I’d like to admit, but solely based on the trailers I couldn’t tell exactly what this show was… Read More

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Celebrity Big Brother Cast Revealed

CBS has just announced the cast for USA’s very first Celebrity Big Brother season. There have been several rumors, but now we can reveal who we can see in the Big Brother House starting February 7th. Omarosa—Apprentice/Celebrity Apprentice veteran, former member of President Trump’s administration. Mark McGrath—Sugar Ray singer, TV host, reality TV personality. Shannon… Read More

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January 29 in Pop Culture History

January 29 in Pop Culture History 1845 – Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Raven’ was published in the New York Evening Mirror. 1861 – Kansas became the 34th state. 1886 – Karl Benz patented the first successful gasoline-driven automobile. 1924 – The first US patent (#1481813) for an ice cream cone rolling machine was issued to […]

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A Dating and Matchmaking Expert Wants to Help You Fall in Love This Valentine’s Day

Find Your Perfect Match This Valentine’s Day With Tips From An Expert With just days away from Valentine’s Day, the holiday of love, this is just the right time to take the plunge and fall in love. As many of us single men and women know, especially those who are over age 40, the dating […]

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January 27 in Pop Culture History

January 27 in Pop Culture History 1606 – The trial of Guy Fawkes and other conspirators began for the Gunpowder Plot, ending with their execution on January 31. 1888 – The National Geographic Society was established. 1945 – 60th Army First Ukrainian Front soldiers opened the gates of Auschwitz Concentration Camp, liberating the remaining 7,000 […]

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Eagles Player Bryan Braman Inspires Fans of All Ages As Super Bowl Nears

Eagles Players Show Great Heart On Their Unforgettable Journey to the Super Bowl   Two young fans looked up at Philadelphia Eagles Defensive End Bryan Braman with adoring eyes during a recent stop on their journey to the Big Game. Sporting midnight green jerseys, the adorable Izabella Perekupka, 6, and her sister, Isla, 4, nearly […]

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