Archive for the ‘Nostalgia’ Category

10 Best Movies Of 2011

American film critic Peter Travers has collected and ranked the best films of the year for Rolling Stone. Among the list are great films like Hugo, Drive, The Artist, and several others. What do you […]

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Time Traveling Celebrities

Many of today’s most famous Hollywood stars have uncanny resemblances to historical figures from long ago. If you’ve ever noticed a resemblance between Brad Pitt and Herman Rorschach, or Anne Hathaway and Cleopatra, you’re going […]

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Top 10 Facebook & Twitter Posts Of 2011: PHOTOS

Discovery has created a list of the year’s best social network posts and photos to highlight followers’ most favorite stories. Among the stories are tales of a dead Russian alien, the Japanese whaling industry, the […]

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10 Nursery Rhymes with Dark Origins

Share Nursery rhymes familiar to us all probably bring back good memories of a time when life was simple; all you had to do was look cute and you were doted over. A time in […]

5 Old-Timey Prejudices That Still Show Up In Every Movie

Hollywood has come far from the days of old when actors and actresses’ feet couldn’t leave the ground during a massive makeout (in case you missed it.) The problem is, despite the evolution of film, […]

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The Best Cities In American Pro Sports

Which cities have the most supportive fans? The most loved teams? And who has the most championships?

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The Best Quotes From South Park

South Park, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and presented during 1992, has grown to be one of the most popular animated American television shows amongst “mature audiences.” Rampant with crude language, satire, and […]

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The 15 Best Christmas Movies Of All Time

Christmas is a time when even the biggest Scrooges in Hollywood warm up and create some great films. Whether your favorite Christmas movie is A Christmas Story or Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, you’ll enjoy […]

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10 Things We’re Supposed To Remember

Some things happen that we’ll never forget. Other things we wish we couldn’t remember. Don’t forget: two things, the Alamo, and all sorts of interesting things that are supposed to matter are on the list […]

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Over The Rainbow: The Technicolor Life Of The Man Who Created Oz

In December of 1900, at the age 44, L. Frank Baum was living in Chicago with a his wife, Maud, and their four children. Struggling to make ends meet on his meager salary as a […]

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