TV Review: The Honeymooners

To Say the Honeymooners was your run of the mill husband and wife story would be an understatement. Ralph and Alice Kramden, bickering long before The Bunkers. At the helm of the show was Jackie Gleason who played Ralph to perfection, his friend and co-conspirator in most of his schemes… Read more“TV Review: The Honeymooners”

Movie Review: Beavis And Butt-Head Do America

After Beavis and Butthead became a huge hit for MTV in the early 90’s many viewers would get drunk and run around with their tee-shirts pulled over their heads like cowls and yell “I need TP for my bunghole!” and thus was born a pair of cultural icons. MTV and Creator Mike… Read more“Movie Review: Beavis And Butt-Head Do America”

Blurb: Heaven Just got a little funnier: Norm Macdonald has died

The world was heartbroken this week with the sudden, yet tragic death of Norm Macdonald. Famed comedian and actor whose list of credits is almost as versatile as the man himself. He died of a disease that is all too familiar: Cancer, it affects quite a lot of men as… Read more“Blurb: Heaven Just got a little funnier: Norm Macdonald has died”

Digital Art Spotlight: Next Stop The Twilight Zone

This was inspired by the 1950’s Anthology series created by and starring Rod Serling (1924-1975) In which he narrates a well written series that always has a surprise ending and starred individuals who would go on to be big names in the future, Burgess Meredith among them. LICENSE: Free For… Read more“Digital Art Spotlight: Next Stop The Twilight Zone”

The Bell Homestead Historic Site (Brantford, Ontario)

Wayne Gretzky isn’t all Brantford is famous for!!! The Bell Homestead is a Historic site located on the outskirts of Brantford, Ontario. It was here that Alexander Graham Bell first created the Telephone which would go on to cement Brantford as The Telephone City, here is a selection of photos… Read more“The Bell Homestead Historic Site (Brantford, Ontario)”

Blurb: You May Not Know Her Name But You DEFINITELY Know Her Work

Dolores Claman, the woman behind the catchy tune that used to introduce CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada broadcasts, has died at 94. Claman’s daughter Madeleine Morris said Saturday that her mother died in Spain this week, about two years after she was diagnosed with dementia. “She was a good, ripe old age,… Read more“Blurb: You May Not Know Her Name But You DEFINITELY Know Her Work”