Books

Co-Author of the Berenstain Bears Jan Berenstain Has Died
Stan and Jan Berenstain created a series of children's books called the Berenstain Bears back in 1962.  Their first book published was the The Big Honey Hunt.
Odds are over the last 50 years  you, your parents, and your children have all read a Berenstain Bear Book.   Stan Berenstain passed away in 2…
New Twilight Trailer for Breaking Dawn Part 1
If you are a die hard Twilight fan then you have probably already watched this 100 + times.  If you aren't a Twilight fan, but are curious to know what the next movie in the series will be about enjoy the new trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1
‘Great Gatsby’ House Torn Down [VIDEO]
The home that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald to write eternal high school English class assignment 'The Great Gatsby' has been torn down, according to reports.
'Lands End' was a grand mansion on Long Island's North Shore, which was built by a newspaper publisher in 1902.
For a period of time during the …
You’ve Just Entered The Twilight Zone [VIDEO]
By now you should know that I am a self-proclaimed Sci-Fi geek. So, I was really excited to find out that CBS and Image Entertainment had decided to start releasing "The Twilight Zone" on Blu-Ray. So far, they have released the first 3 seasons, but the "geek" in m…
The Beatles’ Take Over America [VIDEO]
It was 46 years ago today that the Beatles' took over the music charts and, as far as I know, it's an achievement that has NEVER happened again.
The Beatles had made their first U.S. appearance barely two months before and "Beatlemania" was sweeping the nation.
Signs The Relationship Is Over [VIDEO]
One thing we always hate to hear in a relationship is, "I think we would be better off friends." For most of us, this means only one thing, the relationship is over. I don't know about you, but it takes me some time to get over a breakup, before we can move into the "…
Vampire and a President! I Love to Read.
So over the holidays I was able to read a really great book by Seth Grahame-Smith.  It took one of my favorite book characters, the vampire, and mixed in a little history and a little suspense and lots of blood.