The Day The Music Died, Again: Radio Legend Casey Kasem Passes Away at Age 82 & Cadillac Jack Reflects on What We’ve Lost
“Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars…”
Since Fathers Day I’m sure you registered, either as a barely noticeable blip on your personal radar, an earth-shaking End of an Era (as it was for me) or somewhere in between, that Casey Kasem passed away on Sunday June 15. If you didn’t, [...]
Updated 7/17 PM:
Well, this is sobering.
After promising to fast track the autopsy due to intense public interest, the BC Coroners Service are reporting that Glee star Cory Monteith, who was discovered this past Saturday in a Vancouver hotel room, died from an overdose of heroin and alcohol, also known as mixed drug toxicity.
According to Vancouver [...]
In 2005, President George W. Bush awarded Andy Griffith the Presidential Medal of Freedom, a great American honor. Regardless of one’s political leanings, we would agree that it was well-deserved.
To stay in the world of politics for a moment, when we hear Conservatives of many stripes talk about their vision for America, those on the Left [...]
For most kids, an act of teenage rebellion is joyriding in an incorrectly borrowed car. Or drinking too much beer. Or shoplifting.
For Steve Jobs, and his Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, teenage rebellion was snatching the unparalleled power of computing and putting it into the hands of other teenagers. And look what that got us…
Joseph Corré is the co-creator of U.K. lingerie retailer Agent Provocateur, an organization that carefully fused fashion and outrageous promotion into a successful worldwide brand. In 2007, in the wake of his divorce from wife and partner Serena Rees and his rejection of the MBE honor over distaste with then-Prime Minister Tony Blair’s policies, Corré sold off [...]