Sometimes all it takes to buy a piece of movie history is a hefty bank account. Such was the case with the house where a young Macaulay Culkin outsmarted a pair of bungling criminals in the 1990 holiday classic film ‘Home Alone,’ which just sold for $1.5 million.
We already know movie tickets are at an all-time high — and now one theatergoer is fighting back against the exorbitant cost of the popcorn and soda we often buy to munch on during screenings of ‘The Lorax.’
Oreos are the most popular cookies in the United States, with Americans scarfing down some 25 billion of the chocolate sandwich confections every year. And since this week marks Oreo’s 100th birthday, we thought we’d celebrate with some facts and lore.
If you’re an athlete who’ll be competing at this year’s Olympic games in London, don’t be offended if the 550 British competitors won’t shake your hand. It’s nothing personal — they’re just afraid you might have cooties.
Unless you’ve been involved in a total media blackout, you’ve likely heard about Jeremy Lin — aka “Linsation” — the New York Knicks guard who’s such an on-court phenomenon that TV ratings of Knicks games have jumped 70 percent, causing the publicly traded stock of Madison Square Garden, where the team plays, to hit a 52-week high.
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is known for his celebratory end-zone salsa dances when he catches touchdown passes — and his trademark shimmying has landed him an invite to ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
It didn’t even take until the Monday after Super Bowl XLVI for a lot of people to change their minds about the New York Giants and the legacy of the New England Patriots. It seems like only yesterday that the Giants team suffered the wrath of fans because of its 7-7 win/loss record, but in a drastic change of heart, the team is being praised by just about everyone.
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