Country Music Hall of Famer Ferlin Husky passed away at his daughter’s residence in Westmoreland, reports The Tennessean. Husky was known for the 1957 hit ‘Gone’ — which was a catalyst for the poppier, Nashville Sound era — as well as the hit ‘Wings of a Dove.’
With all the coverage of the events that are happening in Japan, I wondered if we would be safe in the event of a nuclear disaster at one of our power plants. So I did a little bit of research and it appears that Billings is
St. Patrick's Day is upon us and you've no doubt got your Irish pub crawl planned. But tomorrow? Step away from the Bloody Mary. The hair of the dog may go down easy, but it won’t cure that hangover. Instead, try these remedies that we swear by—and some (sour pickle juice?!) we’ll pass on:
The idea of college students taking their "spring break" in a beach setting started to gain steam after World War II, when the fun-seeking hoards started to flock to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in March. Fort Lauderdale was also the setting for the first spring break movie, 1960's "Where the Boys Are."
There have been quite a few spring break flicks since then, and we've compiled a bunch that you may remember:
You know what they say: one man’s pub crawl is another man’s....public reading of “Green Eggs and Ham”? Some places around the world celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in uniquely festive ways. Here are some of our favorites:
A Portland, Oregon woman came home Monday night to find an intruder in her house. So she did the logical thing and called 911.
Little did she know, the intruder had beaten her to the punch.
Worried the returning homeowner would shoot him, Timothy James Chapek -- who had just helped himself to a shower in the bathroom -- had already dialed 911, admitting he had broken into the house, and requesting help from the emergency service.
When help did arrive, police arrested the 24-year old Chapek for trespassing. Read on to hear both calls.
Robert Kasmir, an accounting professor at George Washington University, was honored over the weekend before a GW men's basketball game for financial contributions he had made to the university's athletic department.
After the ceremony he took a seat in the front row to watch the game, and ended up getting himself ejected in the second half for heckling the referee.
As you can see for the video, Kasmir got a much bigger kick (and a much bigger ovation) out of the ejection than he did the ceremony.
Many of you are wondering how you can help the Japanese people, in the wake of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that has struck the island nation. Here are some organizations involved in the rescue and recovery effort that you can donate to.
Born in Montana, the Northern Rodeo Association Finals (NRA FINALS) return to the MetraPark Expo Center. The top 10 NRA Montana Cowboys and Cowgirls in each competitive rodeo event qualify for a share of $100,000 in prize money and awards. This is for the Championship! The NRA Finals has developed a distinct personality of its own while preserving cowboy individualism and true athletic competition. There are always plenty of hookins, hang-ups and slams!
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