The Who2 Blog December 2010
Tell me this dog isn't cute.
Heidi became the latest St. Bernard "in residence" at Oregon's Timberline Lodge in September. My cousin, Kristin Garrett, is the wrangler.
Here Professor Philip Schofield of University College London tells the story, as Jeremy Bentham's corpse looks on.Read More »
Here are the answers to your eight burning questions about Billy the Kid and the Great Dopey Pardon Scandal of 2010.Read More »
If Marlene Dietrich were still alive, she'd be 109 years old today.
And still making visits to the troops overseas, singing a dubstep version of "Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It)" (remixed by Kanye and available on iTunes).Read More »
Over at HistoryNet.com this month, there's a terrific piece by author William Secrest titled "The Calamities of Calamity Jane."
Born Martha Jane Cannary in Missouri around 1852, she became a notorious resident of Deadwood in the Dakotas during the Gold Rush of the 1870s. By the 1880s, the legend of "Calamity Jane" had spread to the east coast in the form of dime novels, newspaper accounts and stage plays.Read More »