I have respected Ann Curry‘s humane journalism for more than a decade. I came to personally respect her several years ago when she played host to the conclusion of a cross-country LIVEstrong fundraising cycling trip that finished on the Oval in Washington D.C. There was no doubting her sincerity and dedication. Ratings are down for […]
Archives for June, 2012
Into Batman? “The Dark Knight Rises,” the third and final installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, hits the theaters July 20. Pretty good cast: Oscar winner Christian Bale as you-know-who; Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy plays Bane (as in “the bane of Batman’s existence?), another Oscar winner, Marion Cotillard, Oscar winner Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, and […]
For anyone who ever used a typewriter, this will be music to your ears!
So, what was the best part of Bob Costas‘s interview late Sunday with U.S. Open Golf champion Webb Simpson? It had to be the guy wearing a Union Jack hat interrupting the interview with some impromptu bird calls. Costas seemed momentarily flustered, but Simpson had a clever retort: “Enjoy the jail cell, pal.” Simpson even […]
When “Hockey Night in Canada” pays tribute to the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs, well, it’s simply paying tribute to its own long-standing, honorable coverage of hockey in general. Celebrate and enjoy!
Here’s Paul Simon without Art Garfunkel — but replaced, in a manner of speaking, by a much younger Chevy Chase.
I love these time-lapse videos. This one takes us all around the Big Apple in about 4 minutes. Cameron Michael shot, directed and produced this video. Thanks!
So, now that the Los Angeles Kings are the 2012-13 Stanley Cup champion, how will the Cup be spending its summer?
Chicago guitarist Alex Chadwick plays 100 famous guitar riffs in one take for a chronological history of rock n’ roll. You can see the full detailed list of all the artists, keys, and year of each song played in the 100 riffs plus the pedalboard, guitar and amplifier too! If I had to pick just […]
More than 9,000 Allied Soldiers were killed or wounded on this day 68 years ago. Not many people remain who were involved in World War II, but these heroes should never be forgotten for their sacrifice on D-Day in 1944.
Watch Mason grad Kevin McCarthy ask “really good question(s)” to director Ridley Scott and the cast of “Prometheus” — Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace and Guy Pearce.