If you want to inspire your cooking and reinvigorate your palate, it might be time to check out a new cooking TV show. Since Julia Child burst on to the scene in 1963, weâ€™ve turned to chefs on our TV screens to help us learn new skills, teach us about unique and rare ingredients, and inspire us with succulent dishes prepared right before our eyes.
In the olden days of TV, we used to have to wait anxiously for the few times a year that network executives made their decisions about which programs would stay on the air, and which would get the axe. Now, shows are renewed as soon as thereâ€™s evidence that theyâ€™re successful. Often, itâ€™s the morning after a successful pilot airs on TV.
Flocks of tourists travel to New York City, affectionately known as the Big Apple to some, for the incredible shopping, the historic and cultural attractions, to feel the hustle and bustle of one of the worldâ€™s busiest cities, as well catching a show or two on or off Broadway.
Bookworms unite! Itâ€™s time to start checking off your reading list now before these book hits theaters. 2018 is shaping up to be an exciting year for bestselling book adaptions, and weâ€™ve compiled a list the most anticipated books that are headed to or have hit the big screen.
One of the greatest events in the world of sports is the FIFA World Cup, which takes place every four years and celebrates the greatest athletes playing soccer today. Although the controversy surrounding host country Russia has taken up a lot of newspaper ink, it pales in comparison to the powerful moments that have happened on the pitch during the tournament in the past. Here are some of the greatest moments in World Cup history.Â
Few things disrupt the norm like an assassination. And that is most certainly by design. Most of the figureheads that line the pages of this article, at one point, enjoyed unparalleled control over a whole lot of people. In many cases, their deaths were even more important. A premature end to an important figure can spark chaos, confusion, and harsh reactions the world over. And thatâ€™s par for the course for these historical figures.
While we take it for granted today, itâ€™s hard to believe how far computer-generating (CG) animation has come in 25 years. We have made major leaps from the rather basic use of rudimentary shapes and flat textures of early CG to the organic facial capture and stunning imagery of modern CG. At the forefront of its acceptance into mainstream culture in the early to mid-90s was a television show from Canada known as ReBoot.
True crime podcasts have become extremely popular in the last few years. Serial was one of the first podcasts to truly go viral, and since its explosive premier in 2014, producers and hosts have sought to capitalize on the publicâ€™s fascination with true crime stories by putting their own unique takes on cold cases, cults, and criminals out there for the public to enjoy.
Although Canada is generally content to leave America to their fist-shaking and other shows of dominance on the world stage, there are some things of theirs that they know America canâ€™t live without. Weâ€™re not talking about softwood lumber or steel. Weâ€™re talking about the celebrities that creep down south every year, hide their Canadian accents, and star in American movies.