April Spielman wanted to make her boyfriend’s 16th birthday special. So the 15-year-old woke up at 4am and put on a painstakingly detailed Tinker Bell costume which she had spent the last few months preparing. When that was done, she accompanied her beau, who was dressed as Peter Pan, on his maiden trip to Disney World.
Between 1988 and 1994, Mark-Paul Gosselaar played cellphone pioneer, bandleader and breaker of the fourth wall Zack Morris on the Saturday morning sitcom ‘Saved by The Bell.’
Although the now 38-year-old has gone on to star on ‘NYPD Blue,’ ‘Raising the Bar’ and now ‘Franklin and Bash,’ he concedes that most fans remember him for his role in the high school comedy. And Gosselaar is not sure why.
As you’ve surely already heard, last week there was a horrendous crime in Miami where a man was shot to death by police as he was chewing off a good part of another man’s face. This was just one of a recent spate of gruesome incidents involving cannibalism and body parts that have led some to suggest the “zombie apocalypse,” which has been so prevalent in pop culture as of late, is very real and upon us.
So maybe it’s not the best time to dress up like a zombie and go around trying to scare people. Especially in Miami, which was where Vitaly Zdorovetskiy pulled this questionable prank. See what happened.
Brendan Haas came up with a pretty cool way to give back to military families. Inspired by the famous story of the guy who through a long chain of Craigslist trades was able to turn a paperclip into a house, a nine-year old launched what he called the “Soldier for a Soldier” initiative. Starting with a toy soldier, Haas kept trading up until he amassed $900 worth of Disney gift certificates, airfare and hotel credits.
Humorous academic superlatives are generally handed out in high school yearbooks. Maybe it’s best to keep it that way because a ”Catastrophe Award” for having the most homework excuses given to a third grader at Desert Springs Academy in Arizona is causing controversy.
Jerry Seinfeld stopped by Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ Monday night, and during the ‘Plead the Fifth’ segment the comedian was peppered with question about his hit show ‘Seinfeld,’ which is still all over TV in reruns 14 years after its last episode aired.
Skinny jeans may be fashionable, but if they are too skinny they may cause permanent nerve damage.
That is the downside of being trendy according to Karen Boyle, a doctor at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. In fact, folks who like to keep things tight on their bottom half run the risk of developing a condition with a scary name.
Thanks to high school English class, just about everybody has read the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic ‘The Great Gatsby.’
In 1974, the book was adapted into a movie starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow, and now ‘Moulin Rogue’ director Baz Luhrmann is taking a crack at the early 20th century tale of reinvention with Leonardo Dicaprio in the title role.
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