Top 10 fastest-rising Google searches in 2011
Technology and celebrity dominated the top 10 list of fastest-growing Google searches in 2011, but it was a 13-year-old girl and her mockable music video that rocketed to the top spot for sudden Internet interest, according to Google’s Zeitgeist for 2011.
Christmas Story' extra reconnects with classic movie
Most of us see a bit of ourselves in “A Christmas Story.”
Golden Globe nominees announced; which are your favorites?
Two George Clooney films, a Brad Pitt baseball flick, a 3D Martin Scorsese epic fantasy, a Steven Spielberg war movie, and a book-to-screen adaption about African-American maids in the 1960s – these are the Golden Globe nominees for best motion picture drama, announced Thursday.
Rock Doc: Rats are decent little souls
Most people who live with animals can tell you a tale or two of diabolical – or thoughtful – animal behavior they’ve witnessed.
Pittsburgh museum features prominet African-American photographer
While he may not have the name recognition of photographic giants like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Motherwell, Annie Liebowitz and Diane Arbus, Teenie Harris is currently getting a lot of media coverage.
Time's 2011 Person of the Year: The Protester
"The Protester" has been named Time's "Person of the Year" for 2011. The magazine says that all over the world, The Protester embodied the idea that individual action can bring collective change.
Gift card givers, beware: 6 tips to protect your purchase
Many shoppers looking for a simple, easy present for friends and family this holiday season will turn to gift cards, letting the recipient do the shopping at their favorite store or restaurant. But the Better Business Bureau says consumer complaints about gift cards are on the rise, and buyers need to beware of potential pitfalls.
Church's actions were 'a slap in the face'
Stella Harville, 24, a graduate student studying optical engineering, grew up attending Gulnare Free Will Baptist Church in the Appalachian mountain community of Pikeville in eastern Kentucky.
Indiana candy store hangs hopes on handmade canes
Black Friday is just another busy day at Martinsville Candy Kitchen.
Indiana town uses technology to reduce fuel expenses
Bargersville resident Dwayne McCauslin calls his wife whenever the gas prices drop and tells her to put $20 or $30 into the family car.
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