About 30 years ago, Rose Pollard -- now 90 -- was proposed to by her ballroom dancing partner, Forrest Lunway. Instead of saying yes, though, Pollard told Lunway that she'd marry him only after he hit the big 100.
According to an article in this month's Vanity Fair, eccentric superstars Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando were in New York to see a concert performance by their good friend Michael Jackson when the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 occurred. Fearing more terrorism, Jackson moved his entire entourage, which included Taylor and Brando, to New Jersey the day after the World Trade Center towers fell.
At that point, with all flights cancelled, Jackson rented a car and headed West with Taylor and Brando in tow.
Sometimes, you'll hear musicians bragging about how they played all the instruments on their latest album. But when the say that, they mean they played each instrumental track separately, then mixed them together in the studio.
This musician from Taiwan, however, has the coordination to play three instruments at once, and is able to do so without wearing pants. So take that, Prince.
Roger Kline may have saved the day when a thief tried to make good with over $1,600 in merchandise, but his instinct to tackle the sticky-fingered customer didn't save his job. In fact, it got him fired.
Three new movies are opening nationwide this weekend.
One has the makings of a mega-blockbuster in 'Thor,' the latest in a long line of superhero movies from Marvel. Interestingly enough, this one is from critically acclaimed and Oscar-nominated director Kenneth Branagh, the man behind such Shakespeare adaptations as 'Henry V.'
While President Barack Obama was organizing a targeted operation to kill terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, it appears that former President George Bush was taking care of his own business in Texas - well, sort of.
In this hilarious video from Funny or Die, Will Ferrell reprises his Dubya impersonation once again to make a special address from the Sizzler Steak House,
The City of Casper, Natrona County, and the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) are proud to announce the signing of a ten year contract to host the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR). A public signing ceremony will be hosted at City Hall on Wednesday, May 4 at 9:00 am
Newspapers across the country reacted to the demise of Osama bin Laden on Monday morning, with front page headlines from the triumphant (Newark's "Star-Ledger" quotes Obama's speech with "'Justice Has Been Done'")
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