From Oreos supporting gay marriage to people offering a life-time’s supply of beer for a job, what’s next?
It’s barely the start of the week and everyone is already getting their kit off. What will Friday hold?
It’s only 35 days (or 34 depending on the time difference) until the Olympics and 181 days until the Mayan calendar predicts the end of the world. So as we count down until the greatest sporting event of all time and make the most of our time before the December 21 apocalypse, what else has happened in the world?
According to any literature or any Murder, She Wrote episode, the butler invariably did it. But while the Vatican tries to put a lid on its boiling scandal, we can’t forget the other weird and wacky things happening ’round about.
In 1942 Bing Crosby, along with the Ken Darby Singers and the John Scott Trotter Orchestra, recorded “White Christmas,” a single which became a best-seller.
Why they recorded it at the end of May I do not know, but there are plenty more inexplicable things happening sixty years later.
There’s nothing better than a weekend of Eurovision. But, outside the war of crazy costumes and startling key changes, what went on in our world?
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The Olympic flame carries more than just the spark of the games.
Money, money, money. It’s dominated this week’s headlines and kept us on our toes. But what else has been happening around town? Read more