So how are the other candidates doing? Other candidates? No, not the senate or house folks, but the other presidential candidates.
Yes, there are actually people who aren't in the two main parties who have their own ideas about fixing this country, who had the courage to run for president. Number ... More >>
Let me explain. Kevin Sorbo was up for the part of Superman when they were casting the TV show Lois and Clark, which started in 1993.
According to Sorbo's upcoming memoir, True Strength, the casting process boiled down to two finalists--Sorbo and Dean Cain.
After a few auditions, Sorbo was ... More >>
Talk about confusing your disabilities, ba dum pum.
This short but sweet 2006 clip has a rattled TV anchor saying that upcoming on the program is an interview with a man who climbed Mount Everest--and he's gay! And then she quickly corrects herself to say, er, I mean he's blind!
• Not only was Charlie Sheen coked up, drunk, and really scary went he went nutso at the Plaza -- he was also, apparently, on a racist tirade. "RadarOnline.com reported the Two and a Half Men actor repeatedly screamed the N-word and punched the walls." Which means Mel Gibson can finally hav ... More >>
I'm not trying to make something cute out of the tragic death of Natasha Richardson, the fine actress who died after a skiing accident last year.
But there have definitely been some creepy coincidences about the aftermath of her passing.
Mama Vanessa Redgrave promptly canceled out of schedu ... More >>
Oooh, stressful!We're such a country of hard workers and upwardly mobile, always-on-the-go sorts that it seems we can't even relax when we're on vacation. According to the Wall Street Journal, a recent Expedia.com survey revealed that only 53% of those of us who work come back feeling rejuven ... More >>
Today students ages 6 to 13 from all five boroughs competed in the first ever "You Can Do the Rubik's Cube" tournament in Central Park -- the cutest stinkin' competition this city has seen in a long time. Not only that, it's high time for a Rubik's event; this year marks the Hungarian-born pu ... More >>
Some things go down in history because they're remarkable: Baby scales Mount Everest, by accident! Some things go down in history because of what they are, whether anyone cares or not: The third summit meeting of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia is happen ... More >>
Jordan Romero, 13, reached the peak of Mount Everest yesterday, the world's highest mountain at 29,035 feet, becoming the youngest person to ever complete the climb. The previous record holder was 16 and is now embarrassed. "He says, 'Mom, I'm calling you from the top of the world,'" his moth ... More >>
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Ladies, this fall, it's time to book that trip to Greenland! Or climb Mount Everest! Or fly around the world solo! Yes, more than a few designers are preparing us for thrilling adventure (think Amelia Earhart) ... More >>
OK, what's the over/under on what the Heene family should pay for the massive search effort for their kid? Turns out Falcon was hiding in a box in the family's garage while helicopters and first responders were all over hell and gone looking for him. More questions at the end of the post.
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