Don Kirshner, who brought rock 'n' roll to those of us in "the sticks" with his Rock Concert series in the early '70s, has died.According to the Associated Press: "a business associate says ... Kirshner has died of heart failure at a Florida hospital at age 76."
Thirty-one ounces of iced refreshment in one big ... well, we can't really call it a "gulp" can we?That's what Starbucks' new "Trenta" holds (and no, 'bucks isn't offering Trenta-sized hot coffee drinks at any of the shops where it's rolling out the bigger cups; just iced drinks).
We'll leave it to our friends at Monkey See and other pop culture outlets to get to the true meaning of this breaking news:"Regis Philbin says he's retiring from his weekday talk show." (Associated Press "alert")There's nothing about it yet at the website of Live!
The nation honors the memory of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday. And among NPR's offerings that day will be a fascinating story from actress Nichelle Nichols -- known to fans around the world as "Lt.
Saying that "neither side surrenders its view of the law," the Associated Press nonetheless writes that there's been a settlement in its copyright infringement lawsuit against artist Shephard Fairey over his "Hope" poster that took on iconic status during the 2008 presidential campaign.The wire serv
Saying they want to publish a version that won't be banned from some schools because of its language, two scholars are editing Mark Twain's classic Adventures of Huckleberry Finn to eliminate uses of the "N" word and replace it with "slave," Publishers Weekly writes.The edition, fr
Snarky comments on the Web about Bristol Palin and her dancing.Threats from New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino to "take you out!"Broadcaster Pat Robertson saying the people of Haiti had basically brought an earthquake upon themselves.The meanness meter went pretty high in 2010 -- at leas