Stores like Walmart and Kroger are sick of the practice of “staking,” in which frugal shoppers combine store and manufacturer coupons in a way that makes their items cost next to nothing — or even, in some cases, actually earns them store credit or cash back.
Jimmy Kimmel’s big get for his post-Oscar special was Oprah Winfrey. And to reward the TV mogul for doing his show, Kimmel decided to pitch Winfrey a bunch of ideas for her fledgling network OWN. One of those ideas? Book fight club.
Like everybody else either at or watching the Academy Awards, Jim Rash couldn’t help but notice that Angelina Jolie was spending an awful lot of time flaunting her right leg through a slip in her gown.
Everyone has their own predictions as to which movie will snag the 2012 Oscar for Best Picture, but apparently no one’s guess is more important than that of ‘The Artist’s‘ top dog Uggie. Jimmy Kimmel brought the 9-year-old Jack Russell on his show to settle this great debate once and for all.
Like many of us, you probably love the ‘Harry Potter’ books and are eagerly awaiting author J.K. Rowling’s next children’s book. If so, please don’t be offended when we report that Rowling’s next book will be her first adult novel, according to publisher Little, Brown.
Conan O’Brien is pretty hard to miss, due to his 6’4 frame and bright orange pompadour. So if you happened to be watching ‘How I Met Your Mother’ last night and thought you spotted the late-night host for a brief moment in the background of the gang’s favorite bar, you certainly weren’t imagining things.
Rick Silva, the head of Checkers and Rally’s drive-in restaurants was featured on the latest episode of ‘Undercover Boss.’ Like the other sneaky bosses before him, the CEO donned a disguise and pretended he was just a lowly employee, in this case at a Checkers’ franchise in Homestead, Florida. And it was also the first case of a boss breaking his cover and shutting down the workplace on the spot.
There aren’t going to be too many tales of long-lost love in the future, thanks to social media sites which make it just about impossible for folks to really lose touch with each other.
But there was obviously no Facebook when Betty Hove and John Grosch meet in the early 1940s. He was 17 and she was 16 and they quickly became sweethearts. But as their relationship began to blossom, Grosch joined the Navy and was shipped off to fight in World War II.
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