What We’re Excited About In October

What We’re Excited About In October

Movie: Argo (Oct. 12) TV: Nashville (ABC) (Oct. 10) DVD: The Princess Bride 25th Anniversary Blu-ray edition (Oct. 2) Music: Taylor Swift, Red (Oct. 23) Book: Back To Blood — Tom Wolfe (Oct. 23) Sports: Baseball playoffs (begin Oct. 5) Etc: Presidential debates...
The Awesome List: September 2012

The Awesome List: September 2012

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee Jerry Seinfeld’s web series is a snazzy new vehicle for his relatable brand of observational comedy. Genuinely funny conversations with fellow comedians like Larry David, Alec Baldwin and Ricky Gervais. Telegraph Avenue by...
The Awesome List: August 2012

The Awesome List: August 2012

Jaws In Blu-Ray The 1975 classic looks and sounds spectacular — and is just as scary — in Blu-Ray. The restored print was overseen by director Stephen Spielberg. Ryan Gosling Coloring Book Gosling fans won’t be able to live without it. “Use...
The Awesome List: July 2012

The Awesome List: July 2012

Summer Olympics (July 27-Aug. 12) London becomes the first city to host the Games three times (1908, 1948). In Beijing, the United States claimed more total medals (110) than any other nation, leading the overall medal count for the fourth consecutive Games. In...
Female Singers Rule Forbes’ Under-30 List

Female Singers Rule Forbes’ Under-30 List

Forbes’ list of the highest-paid celebrities under the age of 30: 1. Taylor Swift, $57 million 2. Justin Bieber, $55 million 3. Rihanna, $53 million 4. Lady Gaga $52 million. (Last year, Lady Gaga topped the list at $90 million. Forbes said her slump is likely...
Manly Men? You Won’t Find Them In California

Manly Men? You Won’t Find Them In California

Combos (those cheesy filled mini pretzels) studied and ranked America’s cities by their “manly” qualities for Glamour magazine. The results: The top 10: 1. Oklahoma City 2. Columbia 3. Memphis 4. Nashville 5. Birmingham 6. Houston 7. St. Louis 8. Toledo 9. Cleveland...
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