For decades, men have sung their sorrow. But when the 1990s came around, they started to do it a bit more aggressively. Watch the experimental music group “CollectiveCadenza” recap the decades moving on songs!
Stuart Edge is a well-known YouTube prankster who made a surprise early Valentine’s Day for a number of unsuspecting women when suddenly he & BYU acapella group “Vocal Point” showed up out of nowhere with their vocal harmonies & a rose for the ladies!
Well over a million people have viewed this little R2D2 Budgie with his perfect impression of R2D2 since he debuted in 2009! If only C3PO was around to hear him!
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Shirley Temple could sing, dance and charm everybody with her curly locks from the minute she stepped in front of her first movie camera at age 3 and stole every scene all the way through her childhood years! She came along at exactly the right time to lift our country’s spirits which was struggling through the Great Depression! For years, she was the #1 box office star in movie theaters and even had a drink named after her! Shirley was even awarded a special miniature Oscar for her outstanding contributions to the silver screen! She passed away late this past Monday evening of natural causes at age 85 at her home in Woodside, California!
Bruno Mars performing at Super Bowl 48′s Half-Time Show set a record for the most watched event in Television history, as well as the most watched Super Bowl Half-Time show ever, reacts to his doubters & critics! Bruno also has a message for all artists trying to break through to the big time!
American Sage Kotsenburg wins first gold medal at Sochi Olympics in Snowboarding Slopestyle Gold conquering the formidable Sochi slope style course!
A day after Sage Kotsenberg won the men’s Snowboarding Slopestyle, Jamie Anderson won the women’s slopestyle snowboarding event. Jamie has been reading The Power of Now throughout the season, taking the message to heart as she focused on her moment!
Neil Patrick Harris named man of the year by Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals. The “How I Met Your Mother” star took the stage at Harvard University to accept the award from the drama troupe!
John Berlin’s son Jesse passed away in January of 2012, and for the past 2 years he had tried to gain access to his son’s Facebook account for the memories his son left behind, but no luck, until now. A staffer at Facebook saw this video of John and his plea that has gone viral with more than 700,000 views in just 24 hours, and the Facebook bunch responded with Jesse’s 1 minute Facebook video below, which John Berlin shared with the world! Take a look!
A grieving Missouri dad has thanked Facebook from the bottom of his heart for answering his desperate plea to see his dead son’s “look back” video. John Berlin reached out to the social media network recently begging to see the 60-second automated clip for his son, Jesse, who died in 2012 at just 21. The look back videos were introduced as part of Facebook’s 10th birthday celebrations recently, providing each of the site’s more than 1 billion users a collage of their life on the social media network. Typically, Facebook disables the accounts of users who have died, but said in a statement on Thursday that the plea “moved us to take action.” The network also said it would reconsider its policies on information posted by users who later died.
David Letterman interview preview of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for “The Beatles: The Night that Changed America — a GRAMMY Salute,” Feb. 9
The Beatles drummer Ringo Starr sat down with CBS News’ Anthony Mason to discuss the band’s arrival in America. Starr and Paul McCartney, the two surviving members of The Beatles, will reunite at “The Beatles: The Night that Changes America – A Grammy Salute” Sunday night on CBS.
The Beatles appeared on three consecutive Sundays in February 1964 to great anticipation and fanfare as “I Want to Hold Your Hand” had swiftly risen to No. 1 in the charts. Their first appearance on February 9 is considered a milestone in American pop culture and the beginning of the British Invasion in music. The broadcast drew an estimated 73 million viewers, at the time a record for US television.
Jay Leno let his emotional guard down in a rare display of emotion Thursday night as he said goodbye on the Tonight Show with family & friends in the audience, and 5 million viewers tuning in with Jay’s biggest audience week since he returned to host duties 4 years ago!
Jay Leno’s Last Monologue, looking back!
Garth Brooks does one of Jay Leno’s favorite songs, and has a few words for Jay on behalf of all of Jay’s fans!
Our Mars “Curiosity Rover” takes a snapshot of Earth from 100 million miles away!
Oh, and just a note about UFO’s meeting with our astronauts at the International Space Station…that’s what is being reported. Take a look below!