You wouldn't think the English language could change so much throughout a single country, but there's a really big difference in words' pronunciations north, south, east and west. Moving up here from Texas last year, I've begun learning a lot about how things are said here. And I have to be honest: …
Remember to set those clocks forward Saturday night as daylight saving time returns at 2 a.m. EST Sunday. With the change, it is going to be lighter sooner. That means changes in routines a bit, whether that's driving, bicycling or walking.
Since winter never ends, it's good to have a big weekend of movie releases to pass the time until spring. Chappie, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Unfinished Business are just a few of the movies opening this weekend.
Earth, Wind & Fire and Chicago have announced a North American co-headlining summer tour. The Chicago and Earth Wind & Fire Heart and Soul Tour kicks off July 15 in Concord, Calif., with 25 dates, including DTE Energy Music Theater in Clarkston on Aug. 26.
Nelson Shanks is an artist who got the incredible opportunity to paint former President Bill Clinton's official presidential portrait for the National Gallery of Art. That's quite an honor. So, naturally he decided to stick it to Clinton.
I'm sure by now you have heard the term net neutrality -- the idea that the Internet is more like a utility (gas and electric) than just a normal service (cable and tv). The FCC voted Thursday to keep the internet free. What does that mean for you, the internet user at large?
Some big names in this weekend's movie premieres including: Will Smith and Margot Robbie in Focus; Olivia Wilde in The Lazarus Effect; and Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson in Maps to the Stars.
After retailers, musicians' unions, labels and other groups met to discuss album releases and piracy, it's been decided that beginning this summer, albums will come out on the same day everywhere. Instead of new music coming out on Tuesdays in the U.S., albums will be released on Fridays b…
The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 Thursday to adopt net neutrality rules for an open internet. The FCC's decision makes for regulating internet service providers like public utilities, prohibiting companies from charging for faster lanes on the internet.