Tagged "The Arts"
Is This a Video of an Amazing Chinese Fireworks Demonstration?
"This video is a treat for the eyes ... and the show has never been equaled in the West."
Bette Davis Landed Her Biggest Role After Posting an Ad in a Newspaper?
Bette Davis is rumored to have landed her role in 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?' through placing an ad in a Hollywood publication seeking employment as an actress.
Jumper Kills Nemesis
Abandoned wife throws herself out the window, only to land on her errant spouse, killing him.
Public Broadcasting Cuts (2006)
Is Congress seeking to cut federal funding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting?
The Little Rascals and Bill Cosby
Did Bill Cosby buy up the rights to the 'Little Rascals' comedies to keep them off of TV?
Elvis Presley Catfish Remark
Did Elvis' backup singers walk out after he said their breath 'smelled like catfish'?
How 311 Got Its Name
Is the popular rock band '311' associated with the Ku Klux Klan?
Song of the South and NAACP
Is 'Song of the South' unavailable on video in America because of NAACP threats?
Clever Shopping Bags
Photographs show shopping bags adorned with clever artwork.
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No, Vanessa Bryant Did Not Kill Herself After Kobe’s Death
Rumors that spread in February 2020 about the death of Kobe Bryant's widow were junk news.
Bernie Sanders: A Loser’s Life?
A meme about Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders displayed questionable accuracy and relevance.
Bernie Sanders’ 1972 Essay on Rape
Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign tried to distance him from a 1972 essay in which he wrote that a woman "fantasizes being raped by three men simultaneously."
Did a Woman Give Birth to 17 Children at Once?
“The babies kept coming and coming and coming and coming ..."
1956 Republican Platform
A summary of the 1956 Republican platform describes a significant divergence from the party's focus in recent decades.