Tuesday 12/3/2013 - Friday 12/6/2013: The country of Brazil celebrates this well known American with an annual festival honoring this person...Who is this person? Answer: Orville Redenbacher (Was born in Brazil in 1907)
Monday 12/2/2013: This was originally going to be called “RedBow”...what was it eventually called? Answer: Orville Redenbacher's Popcorn
Thursday 11/28/2013 - Friday 11/29/2013: No Questions - Thanksgiving
Wednesday 11/27/2013: Each year, about 40,000 Americans wake up here. Where? Answer: On The Operating Table!
Monday 11/25/2013 - Tuesday 11/26/2013: A majority of men say this was their favorite toy as a kid...What is it? Answer: A Squirt Gun
Playing the role of Santa can be very demanding and difficult, especially when several glasses of eggnog have been enjoyed. Here's a great compilation of epic Santa fails to get you into the holiday spirit.
That dollar bill signed by all four Beatles in 1964, which sold on eBay on Wednesday for $24,000, sold again on Thursday for just over $25,000. Apparently Wednesday's buyer got cold feet so it was re-listed for one day only and sold after just three bids.
The bill was signed by the group, along with New York disc jockey Murray the K, who called himself "The Fifth Beatle," just before their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964. The listing said it was the only Beatles autographed U.S. dollar bill known to exist, though reports of a second signed bill have since surfaced.
The guy in the clip was going to film the truck in front of him because it was about to fell over due to the storm, then this happened...
Surviving Doors Robby Krieger and John Densmore performed on stage together for the first time in 13 years Thursday night in L.A. (Photo courtesy of CCME)
The surprise get-together took place at the close of An Evening With The Doors, put on as part of the Film Independent at LACMA (L.A. County Museum of Art) series. The two were there for a question-and-answer session with film critic Elvis Mitchell, following a screening of the documentary Mr. Mojo Risin': The Story of L.A. Woman.
Less than a half hour into the interview, Densmore announced, "To break up all this blah-blah, we're going to play a little music." They played four Doors songs:
Two shirtless German guys pull off one of the greatest live news photobombs ever.
Unfortunately, according to a new survey, many Americans aren’t doing a very good job of this.
It’s the holiday season, so it’s more important than ever to stay off of Santa’s naughty list.
Canadian band Walk Off the Earth, best-known for their YouTube viral videos, perform a great rendition of "The Little Drummer Boy" flanked by a few dogs.
The Morning Crew (Tim and Bob) from our Brother Station and Pens Flag Ship came up with this awesome video: Coach Tomlin Trips NY Islanders Andrew MacDonald
Improv Everywhere treated New York subway riders to a surprise, real-life performance of A Christmas Story.