The NCAA basketball tournament is wide-open in a way that no other major American sporting event is. Hence its nickname “March Madness.” But if you were to single out the other distinguishing characteristics of the tourney, they would be the brackets that everyone is so fond of filling out and the fact that a good chunk of the games takes place when folks are supposed to be at work.
The good news is that 67 percent of Americans expect to to get a refund from the IRS this year. The bad news is that much of this money is going to be spent taking care of other debts, rather than be used for something fun.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb don’t usually get big names to stick around for ‘Today’s’ boozy fourth hour segment, but they snagged a couple major stars Tuesday in Will Ferrell and Nick Offerman, aka Ron Swanson from ‘Parks and Recreation.’
An Olive Garden recently opened in Grand Forks, ND, and according to the Grand Forks Herald’s 85-year-old restaurant reviewer Marilyn Hagerty, it had become the talk of the town.
So, being a good journalist, Hagerty wrote a review of it. Almost immediately after her article was posted to the Herald’s website, it started to get an unusual number of hits, and quickly became the most read article on the site by a large margin.
The tragic shooting of 16 Afghan civilians by an American soldier has put the spotlight back on the United State’s military campaign in the Central Asian country, which has been going on for more than 10 years.
Many people thought the best part of Lindsay Lohan‘s much-ballyhooed return to ‘Saturday Night Live‘ a couple weeks ago was ‘The Real Housewives of Disney’ spoof. In the sketch, Lohan’s Rapunzel and Kristen Wiig‘s boozy Cinderella are joined by a group of backstabbing, gossip-y Disney princesses who behave in a similar matter to the (sort of) real life ladies of Bravo’s various ‘Housewives’ reality TV series.
Last month, two-year-old Natalie was getting ready to take off on a JetBlue flight with her parents and her sister from Turks and Caicos to Boston. As two-year-olds are wont to do, little Natalie started to throw a fit. After about five minutes of some pretty intense screaming, Dr. Colette Vieau and her husband, Dr. Mordecai Stolk, were able to get their toddler under control and strapped into her seat.
But the pilot of the plane had already heard enough, and made the decision to return to the gate and eject the family from the flight for violating FAA regulations.
‘Star Trek’ alum and overall delight George Takei has been waging a campaign to bring his musical ‘Allegiance,’ which is about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, to Broadway. As it stands, the show will open September 16th at the Old Globe theater in San Diego. Thanks to the almost $160,000 Takei has raised from investors, the dream of eventually taking the show to the Big Apple is very much alive. So to celebrate, Takei rewarded the entire internet by performing his “Happy Dance.”
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