Arts & Entertainment
According to President Bush the U.S. is winning the war in Iraq. Democrats contend that Iraq is in chaos. Who should Americans believe?
When Grizzly People founder Timothy Treadwell appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman in 2001 the host quipped, “Is it one day going to happen [that] we read a news article about you being eaten by one of these bears?” The studio audience howled but Letterman proved to be prophetic.
For more than seven decades the Hardy Boys were unwaveringly successful teenaged sleuths. But earlier this year our ageless boy wonders finally met their maker, when their book series was discontinued due to plummeting sales.
In a television universe revolving around sex, humor and shock value, Joan of Arcadia stood out like a beacon of light. That is, until CBS abruptly cancelled the show after just two seasons.
Is the fantasy of being a rock star better than the reality?
Finding Nemo lovers have been darting out to aquariums, hoping to take home their own Nemo and Dory look-alikes. While fans' hearts might be in the right place, real-life tropical fish may not provide the expected warm and fuzzy experience. If history is any guide, adorable talking animals make great movie personalities but their mute relatives don't always make great pets.