What In The World Happened To Alice Brady’s Oscar?

(PCM) Each and every year the Academy Awards is held to celebrate the best and the brightest talent in Hollywood. Actors, actresses, directors, producers and films are honored as being the greatest and standing up to the test of time. Actors and actresses dream about winning an Academy Award and gripping that golden statuette on… Read More

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The Feast Day of Saint Joseph March 19

Not very much is known of Saint Joseph or Joseph of Nazareth.  All of the information we have is found in the Gospel of Luke and The Gospel of Matthew. The Gospel of Matthew tells us in the lineage of Jesus that Joseph’s father’s name was Jacob.  It is believed Joseph was born somewhere around… Read More

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The Best and the Worst Leprechaun Movies for St. Patrick’s Day

Leprechauns may be one of the most distinctive emblems of St. Patrick’s Day and the Irish, but, believe it or not, the Irish aren’t too keen on the modern day idea of leprechauns. That’s largely due to the way they’ve been depicted in pictures, movies, cereal boxes and general storytelling. For one, the actual mythology… Read More

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Is Cartoon Cat Garfield A Boy Or A Girl? We May Never Know!

(PCM) There has been a strong debate brewing online as to whether famous cartoon cat “Garfield” is a boy or a girl. We have always just assumed that Garfield was a boy cat given the voice from the cartoon series and the way in which the character came across on the big screen, but it… Read More

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Did De Beers Really Have The Most Successful Ad Campaign Of All Time?

(PCM) Nearly all of us are familiar with the popular catchphrase “A diamond is forever”, as it won over the hearts of women (and the wallets of men) since it was first introduced creating one of the most successful ad campaigns of all time for jewelry company De Beers. The “A diamond is forever” slogan… Read More

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Ash Wednesday and Lent

Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent a time of penance fasting and prayer for Catholics and for some Protestant denominations. Ash Wednesday is the opening day of Lent on this day some Christians receive ashes on their forehead as a sign of penance.  With the ashes the Priest may say “Remember that you… Read More

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Bruce Wayne Born February 19, Spotlight On Batman

Bruce Wayne born February 19.  Bruce Wayne is the son of Physician Thomas Wayne and his wife Martha.  Martha Wayne was a member of the prominent and wealthy Kane family.  Thomas Wayne’s family reaches back as far as the founding of Gotham City.  It was at that time that the Wayne family fortune began to… Read More

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Rare Palindrome Occurs On February 2, 2020 That Hasn’t Occurred In Over 900 Years

In the year 2020, the date of February 2nd is shaping up to be very unique for a variety of reasons. Not only is it Groundhog Day, as well as, Super Bowl Sunday, but it just so happens to be the date of a very rare palindrome that hasn’t occurred in over 900 years.  Palindrome […]

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Bubble Wrap: “Pop” Culture Appreciation

Today is Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day, held on the last Monday in January. Whether packing boxes for moving, or using bubble wrap to protect gifts, few can resist the allure of the “pop.”  Many people pop for fun, and many more pop to de-stress. In fact, 70% of American workers would take a pay cut… Read More

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A List Of Wikipedia’s Most Controversial Pages

(PCM) Many internet users are familiar with Wikipedia and it’s many uses, especially as a research tool. Although because Wikipedia is written collaboratively by anonymous volunteers who do so without pay and anyone who has internet access can freely edit and make changes to Wikipedia articles, there are often times some opinion-based or incorrect details… Read More

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How Morley Cigarettes Connect The Film And TV Universe

(PCM) Morley, Hollywood’s favorite brand of fake cigarettes has quite the fascinating history. The brand made it’s first appearance on the big screen in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film Psycho and ever since Hollywood has been pay homage to the brand with countless references throughout the history of TV and film. iphone 8 Morley’s have appeared… Read More

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