xfinity Today’s Song of the Day is in tribute to Ann B. Davis, who sadly passed away yesterday after a tragic fall in the bathtub put her into a coma from which she couldn’t recover. She was 88 years old. For any of us who lived during the Brady Bunch years of the early 70’s … More Song of the Day – Time to Change – The Brady Bunch
Thalamus Center Today’s Song of the Day post is in tribute to Jean Stapleton, who passed away yesterday of natural causes at the age of 90. Of course, Stapleton will forever be an indelible part of American pop culture for her portrayal as Archie Bunker’s wife on the hit TV series All in the Family. … More Song of the Day – Those Were the Days – All in the Family – R.I.P. Jean Stapleton
For almost as long as it’s been in existence, television has been referred to as the ‘boob tube,’ and always for good reason. Never before in the history of the genre has that nickname held truer than it is today. I don’t really watch T.V. that much anymore. I was more of a television junkie … More Reality T.V.
I FINALLY got to watch the second season of American Horror Story: The Asylum last week and though it wasn’t nearly as good as the first one, I did like it. Me and my pal Laura Kim had decided a long time ago to watch it as a marathon all in one day, as that … More American Horror Story: Asylum "The Name Game"
rateyourmusic Hehe, today’s song is kind of a joke. You see, tonight is the first night of the second half of the bowling season and I’ve got a brand new team! No longer am I a “Meetball,” and this time I’m not bowling with strangers. No, starting tonight I’ll be bowling with my two pals … More Song of the Day – Movin On Up – The Jefferson’s Theme
ewI consider myself a good judge of people and that’s why I don’t like none of them. – Roseanne Connor On Saturday, Comedy Central hosted it’s Comedy Roast in Hollywood and the honoree of the night was Roseanne Barr. Roseanne was a household name back in the late 80’s and early 90’s and is surely … More I Love the 90’s – Roseanne
Towards the beginning of the 1990’s, Paula Abdul was on fire. Having hit it big with singles from her debut album, Forever Your Girl, in the late 80’s, the former choreographer to the stars came out with her sophomore set, Spellbound in 1991 and kept right on rolling at first. Though the second CD did … More I Love the 90’s Song of the Day – Promise of a New Day – Paula Abdul