What’s up with Hallmark Christmas movies, and why are some Boomers so obsessed with them?
As an aging millennial who has the privilege of living with my parents while I save up to buy a house in this crazy housing market, I’ve noticed something about my parents that I had no clue about, previously: They’re obsessed with Hallmark Christmas movies.
Looking ahead to the College Football Playoff? This ‘RSVP’ concept is brilliant
Attending a major sporting event can be overwhelming: You might have to fly or embark on a road trip just to get there, depending on the location of course, and consider your accommodations and where you’ll stay, eat and how you’ll get around.
‘What We Do in the Shadows’ is the spookiest (and funniest) TV show you should be watching right now
You’d probably never think that a “mockumentary”-style TV show about a group of vampires who are roommates would be enjoyable, but somehow, FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” is the funniest TV show you’re probably not watching.
How this pioneer made NFL history as the first Mexican Hall of Famer
Throughout the years, the National Football League has worked extensively to grow the game of football in Mexico -- from playing a regular-season game each year in Mexico City, to starting up more youth programs in the country to get kids involved from a young age.
Did you lose a loved one to COVID-19? This is your chance to share that person’s story with the world
Maybe it was when the pandemic first arrived in the United States, or perhaps it only happened in recent weeks or months. But if you lost a friend or family member to COVID-19, and you’d like to memorialize that person’s legacy, we invite you to share more.
Normalizing mental health: ‘I know there’s this whole, ‘Well, pick yourself up by your bootstraps’ mentality, but it’s very old school’
The smile on full display from Simone Biles said it all: The U.S. superstar stuck the landing on her balance beam routine, her face lit up, and all at once, she embodied pure joy, a seventh Olympic medal, and likely some relief, having the weight of the world off her back, at least for a few minutes.
5 reasons Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team is a guilty pleasure for Texans
No matter how much one may dislike the Dallas Cowboys, watching CMTs Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team is a guilty pleasure for many Texans. Kristina Skinner (@stinaskinnerr) August 12, 2014The show chronicles try-outs, training camp, and every team cut leading up to the first game of the season. Throughout the show, viewers witness all it takes to become a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and what it means to each candidate trying to make the 36-member team. The first season of CMTs Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team aired in 2006, and fans are still enjoying the show today. Both women were released from training camp, despite their mothers formerly wearing the uniform.
One Good Thing: This postal worker leaves gift cards for 2020 grads on his route
He started leaving $5 Dunkin' Donuts gift cards in some of their mailboxes. But he keeps more cards in a lunchbox that he takes with him in case he sees more 2020 graduation signs. Crowell, however, has continued working throughout the pandemic since he is considered an "essential worker" as a postal service worker under Sununu's Emergency Order No. He's gotten various notes from seniors responding to his gift cards. Crowell uses his personal money to buy the gift cards, he said.