“When confusion’s my companion – And despair holds me for ransom – I will feel no fear I know that You are near.” These are the words of For King and Country and this song brings me comfort today.
“The Hustler” is hosted by Craig Ferguson, who now my favorite game show host. Unlike the likes of Steve Harvey or Alec Baldwin, his humor is more subtle giving the show a lot more sophistication than you would expect.
“30 Rock” alum Jane Krakowski is doing the hosting duties alongside Randy Jackson who will be serving at the Band Leader on the new “Name That Tune.”
Disney’s original princess ride is finally getting a gentler touch.
It’s about time!
Just when did the first ball drop in New York on New Year’s Eve?
It was on this day that “Let’s Make a Deal” first hit the airwaves, the first NTSC color TVs became available and two Monkees were born!
While you celebrate New Year’s Eve from home, ABC, NBC and FOX hope that you will join them.
1967: The Tribbles attack ‘Star Trek’ Even the most remote Star Trek fan is familiar with the fifteenth episode of the show’s second season titled, “The Trouble with Tribbles” which … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for December 29
It was on this day in 1873 that San Francisco began to test-run its first streetcar.
It was on this day in pop culture history that got Santa (and Jimmy Boyd) in trouble with the Catholic Church over Boyd’s song about seeing the man in red kissing his mother! It was just a misunderstanding.
Wham-O’s Frisbee got its patent on this day back in 1967, four years after “Beatlemania” started.