It seems like Larry King has been on television forever — and if he has things his way, he’ll live forever, too.
During Sunday night’s ‘A Larry King Special: Dinner with the Kings’ on CNN, the retired talk show host told guests like Quincy Jones, Russell Brand, Seth MacFarlane, and Conan O’Brien that upon his death, “I wanna be frozen, on the hope that they’ll find whatever I died of and they’ll bring me back.”
With no new movies opening in wide-release this weekend, there was little to challenge the powerhouse known as ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1,’ which earned $16.9 million and easily kept its berth as the top-earning film for the third weekend in a row.
If you find yourself dragging in the middle of the day, don’t reach for the coffee pot — reach for a pillow instead. Experts say naps may be a good way to make up for the sleep deficit many of us have from not getting enough shut-eye at night.
While there are no new movies in wide release this weekend, you may have been too busy eating the last of your mom’s famous pumpkin pie to check out those released over the Thanksgiving holiday — so here’s another look at them.
The latest numbers show about eight percent of American kids drop out of high school before graduating. Want to keep your kids from becoming a statistic? Then pay attention to how they do in the sixth grade.
While brain activity during sleep is still largely a mystery, scientists have discovered that dreaming not only consolidates our memories and helps us learn, it may also soothe stressful reactions to bad experiences.
Here’s a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Colin Hanks Age: 34 Occupation: Actor Known For: Appearing in films such as ‘Orange County’ and on TV in ‘Band of Brothers,’ ‘Roswell,’ ‘The Good Guys,’ and ‘Dexter,’ and being the eldest son of Oscar-magnet Tom Hanks
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