Remembering Johnny Carson's Last Show

Remembering Johnny Carson’s Last Show (Video)

This day in history: Johnny Carson's Last Tonight Show. On this day in 1962, Johnny Carson takes over from Jack Paar as host of the late-night talk program The Tonight Show. Carson went on to...
How MTV's 'Real World' paved the way for reality television 20 years

How MTV’s ‘Real World’ paved the way for reality television 20 years

On May 21, 1992, MTV broadcast the first episode of The Real World, creating a seismic disruption to our culture. Reality television and nonfiction entertainment may still struggle for respect, but it’s hard to...
Cheers: The Best TV Show That's Ever Been

Cheers: The Best TV Show That’s Ever Been

11 reasons why Cheers was one of the greatest sitcoms ever. When it launched back in 1982, Channel 4 was a weird and wonderful place. Countdown, Brookside and The Tube helped the fledgling ‘alternative’ channel get...
Dianetics, L. Ron Hubbard and Church of Scientology

Dianetics, L. Ron Hubbard and Church of Scientology

No more fitting statement typifies L. Ron Hubbard than his simple declaration, “I like to help others and count it as my greatest pleasure in life to see a person free himself of the...
Pamela Anderson appears in erotic magazine The Amorist (Picture)

Pamela Anderson appears in erotic magazine The Amorist (Picture)

PAMELA Anderson has proved she’s still got it – and that she never lost it. As the sex symbol nears her 50th birthday, she just pulled one of her hottest shoots to date out of...
Blake Shelton Gushes Over Gwen Stefani's Empire State Building Pic

Blake Shelton Gushes Over Gwen Stefani’s Empire State Building Pic

Blake Shelton has a lot to live up to! Harper's Bazaar illuminated an image of his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, on the side of the Empire State Building for the magazine's 150th anniversary. Shelton shared the...
1952 Moondog Coronation Ball is history's first rock concert

1952 Moondog Coronation Ball is history’s first rock concert

On March 21, 1952, the Moondog Coronation Ball, considered the first rock and roll concert, took place at Cleveland Arena. Sixty years ago the world's first rock concert was staged in Cleveland by two men...
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1850)

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1850)

Nathaniel Hawthorne, describing "a tale of human frailty and sorrow", insisted that The Scarlet Letter was "a Romance", not a novel. This distinction, in his mind, was important. Where a novel, as he put...
Kim Kardashian West opens up about gunpoint Paris robbery, Report

Kim Kardashian West opens up about gunpoint Paris robbery, Report

Kim Kardashian recalls the night in October when she was robbed by gunpoint in Paris in a new clip for Keeping up with the Kardashians. There are crazy theories abound as to what actually happened...
Volunteers heartbroken that beloved dog will be killed

James Dean, Jayne Mansfield, Isadora Duncan: Celebs who died in car crashes

A book we can steer you too, especially if you savored my book "Morbid Curiosity: The Disturbing Demises of the Famous and Infamous." "Death Drive: There are No Accidents" (Circa Press, $37.41) is about remarkable...
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Swiss nationality request rejected for not repaying welfare

The Swiss Federal Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a family of Iraqi and Pakistani origin whose Swiss nationality application was rejected due...