The other night I watched a TV commercial about dog food, and it made me hungry. An attractive young lady explained why she settles for "nothing but the very best" for her pooch, as she served him a seven-course meal, complete with wine list and dessert tray.
It was about 8:25 p.m., Tuesday, March 4. The text read: “Hurry, turn your TV to Channel 8! There’s a special on with Stevie Ray Vaughn and a bunch more great ones … also, Lonnie wants you to call him!”
I think it's about time someone put in a good word for violence in media, especially on television.
If newspapers are dying, why are billionaires buying?
I announced this week that my husband and I are expecting a baby in early October! We are so excited to start this new chapter, and I'm also eager to create new recipes for pregnancy and young families.
“The times, they are a-changin.” -- Bob Dylan, 1964. I’ve haven’t had time to spend in my sewing/craft room lately, but when I indulged myself this week I became a bit overwhelmed.
For decades, Americans have sought pain relief in a bottle of pills. This practice is so universal that it is almost instinctive to reach for a pill when pain becomes uncomfortable.
For decades we in the Bible belt have been decrying the decline of television and the movie industry. It seemed that with every new entertainment season the direction of Hollywood was to mock, misrepresent and malign every moral sentiment and family value that we held sacred.
Obviously there are tons of recipes out there for these cookies, but this is my own tweaked from that old recipe and a few others I like. They are nice and chewy with a hint of salt, which is just how I like them, making it almost impossible to just have one.
Last week when Harold Ramis passed away, not only did Americans lose a man who successfully devoted his entire life to making people laugh, but also we unarguably lost more than 30 years of our own sense of humor.
We'll probably need to update it only two or three more times before winter’s over — fingers crossed — but the MTSU weather page at MTSUNews.com seems to have become one of the busiest websites on campus.
With all of the news about the National Security Agency tracking our cell phones and emails, it is easy to forget that it is not just the federal government that is collecting information about us.
At first, it struck me as the movie “Big Fat Liar” meets the television series “Married with Children.”
A couple of weeks ago, a Chicago judge ruled that the characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John H. Watson have lost most of their copyright protection, and are in the public domain.
A friend entrusted me with a black notebook – yes, an old-fashioned notebook, not a darn jump drive – in which he has a handwritten account of some of his relatives who were in the business of making and running moonshine in Cannon and DeKalb counties decades ago.