Once upon a time there was a period when girls and women alike weren’t afraid to be tomboys, dress in jeans, t-shirts and bandanas. It was a glorious time where songs had messages, artists had true talent and there was music that kids could listen to without having to bleep out every other word or phrase. 640 more words
So now that we’re up to Thanksgiving break and episode eight with Once Upon a Time’s fourth season, I feel like I’ve got a good enough handle on it to share some thoughts. 530 more words
How important is TV in your life?
On 30 October 1925, John Logie Baird made the first transmission of a moving image (a human face) on a television. 605 more words
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) announced their annual Thea Award winners on Tuesday, and among the recipients, Bistrot Chez Remy at Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris won the Award for Outstanding Achievement – Themed Restaurant. 95 more words