May 22 in Pop Culture History

May 22 in Pop Culture History

1455 – England’s War of the Roses began when the Yorkists defeated King Henry VI’s Lancastrian forces at St. Albans.

1849 – Abraham Lincoln was issued a patent (#6,469) for “buoying boats over shoals”.

1906 – Orville and Wilbur Wright were granted a patent (#821,393) for their system of flight control.

1927 (Earthquake) Gulang/Gansu, China

1933 – First modern sighting of the Loch Ness Monster by Aldie and John …

May 21 in Pop Culture History

May 21 in Pop Culture History

1863 – Organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Battle Creek, Michigan.

1955 – George B. Hansburg of Walker Valley, N.Y. was issued a patent (#2,793,036) for his invention of an improved pogo stick.

1975 – Carol Burnett was added to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

1977 – Gemini (Broadway Play) Opened on May 21, 1977 and Closed: September 6, 1981

1977 # 1 Hit May 21, 1977 – …

Check Out The First Eight Minutes Of The New Season Of Stranger Things

We have been waiting long enough for the return of Stranger Things.  On May 27th the hit series returns to Netflix with season 4. But just in case you can’t wait till the premiere date, Netflix has gifted us with the first eight minutes of the new season, and it looks like a bloody good time.

There were many questions left to be answered at the end  last season. And watching the trailers this upcoming …

Fame On Fire Announce New Album, Premiere “Cut Throat” Music Video

Fame on Fire

The band’s sophomore LP arrives in July

Fame on Fire
Fame on Fire

Florida rockers Fame on Fire are announcing the release of their upcoming sophomore album Welcome To The Chaos. The record is due out on July 22 via Hopeless Records. The band has also unleashed another track from the album “Cut Throat.” Stream the official music video below.

The band’s forthcoming LP showcases their musical progression and songwriting. Lyrically, it touches on topics such as addiction, …

The Mysterious Case Of ‘The Girl In Blue’ And How It Was Eventually Solved!

(PCM) On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1933, a mysterious, yet friendly visitor to the town of Willoughby, Ohio walked directly in front of a moving train and was tragically killed. No one in the area had any idea of the young woman’s identity and she was only referred to as the “Girl In Blue”, based upon the color of her clothing at the time of the incident. read more

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September 2022 Movie Releases

September 2022 Movie Releases

September 16, 2022

Starring: Anthony Ramos, Naomi Scott, Kristofer Hivju, Zachary Quinto

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret
Starring: Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Benny Safdie, Elle Graham

Based on the 1970 book of the same name by juvenile fiction author Judy Blume, Are You There God? It’s Me Margret follows the story of Margret Simon and her relationship with her family. Raised by a Christian mother (Rachel McAdams) and …

May 20 in Pop Culture History

May 20 in Pop Culture History

1873 – Levi Strauss and Jacob W Davis patented (#139,121) copper-riveted jeans, designed to help prevent tears in the fabric.

1883 – Krakatoa began to erupt; the volcano exploding three months later, killing more than 36,000 people.

1899 – The American Physical Society was founded at Columbia University.

1901 – Claude Grivolas patented (French) a projector for three-dimensional (stereoscopic) movies viewed wearing spectacles with one red and one blue …

Talk This Way Podcast [E1]: Sydney Rae White of The Wild Things

Talk This Way Podcast

The band has world tour dates lined up with The Who and Pearl Jam

On the latest episode of the Talk This Way Podcast, we caught up with Sydney Rae White of The Wild Things. The British alt-rock outfit recently finished up their sophomore LP Afterglow. In this episode, White talks about touring with The Who, playing the first U.S. shows of their career, upcoming new music, and more.

Stream the entire conversation above.…

May 19 in Pop Culture History

May 19 in Pop Culture History

1780 – This morning, a combination of thick smoke and heavy cloud cover caused complete darkness to fall on Eastern Canada and the New England area of the United States candles were needed by noon, and it not disburse until the following evening, causing New England’s Dark Day.

1910 – Earth passed through the tail of Halley’s Comet.

1962 – Marilyn Monroe sang her famous ‘Happy Birthday’ to …

Porno For Pyros Will Play Their First Show In 26 Years At Welcome To Rockville This Weekend

Porno For Pyros

The band is reuniting to replace Jane’s Addiction at the festival

Porno For Pyros

Porno For Pyros are reuniting for their first show in 26 years. The group is set to perform at Welcome to Rockville in Daytona Beach, FL this weekend. They will take the place of Jane’s Addiction, who can no longer perform due to guitarist Dave Navarro recovering from COVID-19.

“While we’re saddened that Jane’s Addiction can no longer join us, we …

August 2022 Movie Releases

August 2022 Movie Releases

August 5, 2022

Easter Sunday
Starring: Jo Koy, Lydia Gaston, Brandon Wardell, Eva Noblezada

Comedian Jo Koy is back with a new autofiction portrayal of himself and a crazy family sitting down to celebrate Easter Sunday. The film stars Broadway standout Eva Noblezada (Miss Saigon and Hadestown) and is directed by Jay Chandrasekhar. Originally set to make it to theaters just in time for the titular holiday, the film’s release date …

May 18 in Pop Culture History

May 18 in Pop Culture History

1910 – The Earth passes through the tail of Halley’s Comet.

1926 – In one of the first Media Frenzy’s of Popular Culture, Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson disappeared while visiting a Venice, California beach.

1946 – A UFO, with living creatures inside, was reported by Gosta Carlsson, in Sweden.

1952 – Professor Willard F. Libby determined the age of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain, England, at 1848 BC, give or …