Blue Moon to host fourth annual car show
Blue Moon Cafe is offering car fans a chance to see some new and vintage vehicles this weekend.
Slate: The right kind of tomato for your sauce
One of the consolations of these miserable dog days of summer is the abundance, in gardens and markets across the land, of ripe tomatoes; a season of suffering, sweating and involuntary naps seems to be the price nature exacts on us for perfection in her fruits.
Situation ended: MTV cancels 'Jersey Shore'
All good things must end, even "Jersey Shore," which will fold up shop at the end of its upcoming sixth season, MTV announced Thursday. The show that saved MTV will premiere its sixth and final season Oct. 4.
Slate: What 'Honey Boo Boo' says about American culture
June Shannon, who stars with her daughter Alana "Honey Boo Boo Child" Thompson in TLC's controversial hit "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," would have provoked a firestorm even if what she calls "go-go juice" were the only sin she was broadcasting all over Christendom.
Slate: Why they still dance like Gene Kelly
Gene Kelly, one of the biggest stars and greatest innovators from Hollywood's golden age of musicals, would have been 100 years old this week.
College sets Guinness world record for thumb war
More than 800 members of the University of Central Oklahoma community descended on Wantland Stadium for Thumbmania Tuesday, as students and faculty set a world record for the longest continuous chain of thumb war.
TLC's gamble: Sticking to reality
Reality TV is at the heart of TLC's formula, as it is with much of cable television's, but a sea change may be occurring: Competing networks such as Bravo and History are turning to scripted programming to appeal to an increasingly fragmented audience and to attract ad dollars.
Brice sets show at McSwain
Four-time Academy of Country Music nominee Lee Brice will make his debut appearance at the McSwain Theatre, Friday, Aug. 31. The show begins at 7 p.m.
Network aims to keep 'Shark Week' relevant by allying with conservationists
On Sunday night, millions of viewers across the country will tune in to what has become an annual ritual of summer television, a combination of fear and morbid fascination: Discovery Channel's Shark Week.
How would a shootout work in zero gravity?
In a climactic scene in the new sci-fi actioner "Total Recall," our heroes Hauser (Colin Farrell) and Melina (Jessica Biel) find themselves caught in a zero-gravity shootout near the center of the Earth. Would guns really work in zero gravity?
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