Leonard Maltin's complete review of the 1948 film Isn't It Romantic?: "No."
Today is National Rum Day, which for some reason is not yet a federal holiday. However, unlike Arbor Day or Grover Cleveland’s birthday, this is a holiday you should take the trouble to celebrate.
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"Walking towards the light" is a common experience for cardiac arrest survivors. A new study attempts to figure out why.
On Fridays, I ask a series of questions I hope will inspire discussion in the comments. Answer one, answer all, or ask your own question. On to this week's topics...
Some variety shows launched characters that transcended popular culture then as Bart Simpson and the Sex and the City ladies have in more recent years.
It wasn’t until 1855, when Charles Goodyear patented vulcanized rubber, that soccer balls started taking shape. Literally.
In 1895, the Women's Christian Temperance Movement turned its sights on Hires, partially because of the word "beer" in the name.
Last weekend was the D23 Expo, Disney's fan convention—basically the Disney Comic-Con—and people certainly dressed to impress.
Construction on the Panama Canal had ceased earlier in 1914, but it was on this date that the 50-mile-long canal officially opened to traffic after more than 30 years of planning, blasting, dredging,