Wouldn't it be a purrrfect get if the Internet Cat Video Festival came to Tampa Bay?
In a 1987 interview with Omni Magazine, film critic Roger Ebert prophesied that in the not-too-distant future we "will have high-definition, wide-screen television sets and a push-button dialing system to order the movie you want at the time you want it." He went on to anticipate what this could mean for the …
The Onion has a new website, Clickhole, and if you don't instantly recognize the target of its satirical style, you haven't been wasting enough time on the Internet. A sampling of its headlines:
A Jeopardy audition begins with a hug.
Every now and again — almost every day, really — the Internet demands a head on a platter, and this week, it came for Robin Thicke's.
ST. PETERSBURG — Betty Jane Bassett, mother of film and television actress Angela Bassett, died Sunday. She was 78.
Eli Wallach, who was one of his generation's most prominent and prolific character actors in film, onstage and on television for more than 60 years, died Tuesday. He was 98.
At the end of 1995, the beloved Calvin and Hobbes sledded off the comics page for the final time, and its long-reclusive legendary creator, Bill Watterson, retired from the business, never to draw another syndicated newspaper strip.
Until this month.
A teen from Daytona Beach closely resembles one of the main characters from Disney's Frozen — but it may not be the one you would expect.
This Anna looks like Elsa.
UNIVERSITY AREA — Instead of going out to buy a new pair of jeans, how would you feel about "printing" your own fitted pair at home? In the growing third Industrial Revolution of 3-D printing, it's becoming feasible.