Even TV stars had awkward phases in the nineties. Tina Fey is proof.
It seems that Japan—famed for its citizens’ longevity—hasn’t actually been keeping tabs on whether the oldest living citizens were actually, you know, still around. Awkward!
A gargantuan eruption of plasma on the surface of the sun has caused a celestial tsunami shower of ionized atoms to head straight for the Earth, which scientists expect to arrive at our planet Tuesday night.
Apple touts its new tablet as a medium to “see the web, e-mail and photos like never before.” With a little help from a famous alum, future Cornhuskers recruits will have access to that avenue.
In other words, your childhood memories of The Land Before Time are safe.
“The goal has to be to put on a great TV show. There is a journey finding these kids, and there is sort of alchemy (to achieve) on the judges’ panel.”
– PETER RICE, Chairman of Fox Entertainment, on the ongoing negotiations …
This is a victory students might celebrate — and administrators might moan about.
According to federal scientists, the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is the largest accidental release of oil into marine waters.
Last night’s episode of The Bachelorette was its series finale, and Ali chose between Roberto and Chris. Need we say it? SPOILER ALERT. (via People)
How often do you touch the glass on your television screen? Once a year, accidentally, perhaps? You probably didn’t even think about how thin and fragile is it. But — what would happen if somebody stabbed it?
We’ve all done it at one time or another. Maybe we had a hard time studying for the big test, or had to scribble out a reminder about where to meet mom after soccer practice. But now Sarah Palin has been busted a second time for …