Christopher Moloney poses movie stills in front of their real-life locations. Fun!
Monthly Archive: November 2012
The challenger and the president have had a post-election chat.
Outside of France, not so many people know about George Sand, a woman whose 19th century celebrity sounds like something right out of this year’s gossip pages.
Can you name these future music stars?
The body of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was exhumed and reburied in the early morning of 27 November, in an effort to determine if he was murdered.
To quote former President George H. W. Bush, “Who the hell is Grover Norquist, anyway?”
To which world leader did he teach the horsey dance?
Our biography of the first female U.S. senator from Massachusetts is now live.
Thanksgiving is for pies, and pies mean grandmothers.
The “boring” Supreme Court justice was actually a sword-fighting scamp!
Scientists are looking at old post-mortem photos to see if the great thinker’s brain was bigger than ours.
The cheerful vice president was born in Scranton on November 20th of 1942. Will he become the oldest first-time president in 2017?
At the American Music Awards Jenny McCarthy clutched Justin Bieber as if she needed his life essence to stay young.
Blast from the past: Robert Wadlow, age 17 and 8’4″ tall, poses for newsreels in 1936.
The unhappy Olympic silver medalist takes her face to the White House.
Juan Luis Guerra won another Latin Grammy this week. Read our new biography of this Dominican star.
Experts who dug him up in 2010 now say 16th century astronomer Tycho Brahe was NOT poisoned.
Did Psy borrow his Gangnam Style moves from Agnes DeMille?
Jill Kelley’s Obsessed, Shirtless-Photo-Sending FBI Friend Wasn’t Obsessed and Was Only Sorta Shirtless
As this photo shows, Fred Humphries is just a normal hardworking agent.
She’s the Tampa socialite whose call to an FBI friend started the whole crazy Petraeus story. Read on to learn more.
This week John R. Allen was to be promoted to be the top U.S. military man in Europe, but that plan got derailed with the Petraeus-Broadwell sex scandal.
Dangerous breach of national security, or “life-distracting, heart-fluttering office nonsense”?
The biographer of Gen. David Petraeus is suddenly famous, but not for her book.
A Late Quartet has a great cast, plenty of emotional moments, and some pretty good fake violin playing.
See a photos from behind the scenes of the new James Bond movie Skyfall, and learn about stunt driver Ben Collins.
Fifty years ago Richard Nixon made his famous speech to the press that included “You won’t have Nixon to kick around anymore.”
Google-style testing and measuring helped win the president his second term.
Barack Obama has been re-elected as president of the United States.
Barack Obama or Mitt Romney or Green/Libertarian/other? Today’s the day to choose sides.
Why care about this 19th century French mathematician? Like it or not, he shaped your world view. Plus, he’s generated some really weird YouTube videos.
Idris Elba — Stringer Bell from The Wire — directs and stars in a new music video from Mumford & Sons.
When historian William Manchester died before finishing his massive bio of Winston Churchill, a novice stepped into the breach.
We have a new biography of actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who you may remember from Death Proof or Live Free or Die Hard.
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer will enjoy these videos of a live performance of the musical episode, “Once More With Feeling.”
We have a new biography of writer and illustrator Edward Gorey, and a couple of videos that show his work.