March 7 is National Cereal Day.
The first packaged dry cereal was Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, a recipe that was stumbled upon accidentally by the vegetarian Seventh-Day Adventist Kellogg brothers. 119 more words
If it seems that the art of television theme music has made a comeback lately, it’s not just you. As television has taken on more cinematic qualities and attracted viewers with higher production values and artier production (especially on premium cable and through such new outlets as Netflix’s original programming), the opening credits sequence and theme music have returned to prominence. 1,575 more words
Good Sunday everyone!
I hope everyone is enjoy a relaxing, football-crazed Sunday afternoon.
I’m sure not. I had a huge(ish) research paper due for one of my classes just now. 943 more words
Now that the media has moved past the brief furor caused Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson, it seems appropriate to examine that controversy in a less emotionally charged context. 837 more words
You’ve read the title and I know what you’re thinking–shame on you!
But then . . . what if you’re right?
The Great Premise of a good many stories is the burning question, “What if?”In this week’s tale, I once again dip into that endless well of 1960’s American television to pluck a well-known family for your personal entertainment… 173 more words