Drive-ins embodied the suburbanization of middle class families — and created an entirely new way of watching the movies.
Source: Why Drive-Ins Were More Than Movie Theaters | JSTOR Daily
RIP, Bernie.. always thought you were under appreciated.. I worked on the Wes Craven film version of “Swamp Thing” in the 1980s, in and around Charleston, SC.. it was a great film project for me, meeting Wes and John Carpenter (who visited then-wife Adrienne Barbeau on set).. I was just a production assistant, listed on IMDB.. RIP, Bernie.. your character creation was grand indeed…
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Bernie Wrightson, who co-created the Swamp Thing, was one of his generation’s greatest masters of horror illustration and comics.
Source: Bernie Wrightson, co-creator of Swamp Thing, elevated the art of horror in comics – The Washington Post
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Rewind back to that moment: How, in the midst of a funnel of navy blue shirts and with an entire orchestra of boos serenading the North Carolina men’s basketball team, the most unlikely of players found himself with the ball.
Source: Unlikely hero Luke Maye sends UNC men’s basketball to Final Four with buzzer beater :: The Daily Tar Heel
“Roughly 40 million Americans are looking for love on the Internet. In relative terms, that’s equivalent to the entire population of Poland, scrolling through the human market, perusing row upon row of humans, and swiping left or right.”
Source: How technology has transformed how we connect-and reject-in the digital age |
Nature photographer Morgan Lee Alain has logged thousands of miles shooting the West’s untouched wilderness. Her travel companion? A husky-wolf mix named Luna
Source: A Photographer’s Tips on Traveling with Your Husky Dog – Sunset
10 must-see spots at the West’s most popular animal park.. San Diego Zoo…
Source: San Diego Zoo Guide – Sunset
Using an algorithm that looks at the number of reviews and star rating for each business, Yelp singled out the top bookseller in each state.
Source: The Best Bookstore in Every State | Real Simple
Check out the video on this story, from CBS News..
A few of the stars of the city’s Golden Age of neon, long since gone from the Strip, have been preserved in the Neon Museum
Source: Saving the bright lights of Las Vegas – CBS News