Joined: Nov 21, 2012
Orrin Konheim is a freelance writer for community newspapers, an avid magazine reader, and an Olympic Enthusiast. He keeps a column on Washington D.C.'s film industry and blogs at sophomorecritic.blogspot.com and can be found on twitter at @okonh0wp.
9 Wild Moments from Winter Olympics History
Why Are the Dutch So Good at Speed Skating?
6 Non-Actors Who Won Oscars for Their Acting
7 Movies With Backstage Antics That Inspired Other Films
1. Plan 9 From Outer Space (1957) / Ed Wood (1994) By any standard, Edward Wood, Jr. was not a particularly good filmmaker. His films had highly noticeable continuity errors, backgrounds that wouldn't stay still, and flying saucers that were clearly mad
How to Get on Saturday Night Live
If comedy was like a run for president, then the hallowed halls of Saturday Night Live would be the White House. After all, there’s no better route to instantaneous nationwide visibility than to become an SNL cast member. But even when a comedian makes t
Scenes From the 1908 London Olympic Marathon
In honor of today's Olympic marathon, here's a look back at the origin of the race, plus an explanation of the whole ".2"
9 Underdog Nations and Their Memorable Olympic Performances
The big countries don't always bring home the gold or the glory. Here's a look back at Olympic performances from underdog nations.
11 of the Craziest Events in Olympic History
Olympic history books are filled with stories of amazing individual performances and team achievements. But from poorly conceived competitions to spectators attacking the judges, a lot of crazy stuff has happened in the Summer Olympics. 1. Killing Animal