February 1 in Pop Culture History

February 1 in Pop Culture History February 1st is Decorating With Candy Day. It is also Robinson Crusoe Day. 1790 – First session of the U.S. Supreme Court, New York City 1851 – Evaporated milk was invented by Gail Borden. 1884 – The Oxford Dictionary debuted 1887 – The area known as Hollywood was founded. […]

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Inspire Your Heart With Art Day, January 31

The origins of Inspire Your Heart With Art Day are not known, though it is annually celebrated on January 31.  The meaning of Inspire Your Heart With Art Day, is fairly clear, take a moment to step away for the craziness of life and enjoy the type or art that inspires you. The word “inspire” […]

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January 31 in Pop Culture History

January 31 in Pop Culture History 1865 – Congress passed the 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in America. 1906 (Earthquake) Coastal Ecuador 1922 (Earthquake) Eureka/San Francisco, Oregon/California 1928 – The 3-M Company began marketing Scotch Tape. 1958 – The United States launched its first successful orbiting satellite, Explorer-I. 1961 – The United States launched a 4-year-old […]

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What You Will Find on Disney+ in February 2020

Gather the kiddos this February for a variety of options on Disney+ Saturday, February 1 Around The World In 80 Days Big Business The Sandlot Wicked Tuna (Season 1-2) Sunday, February 2 Descendants 3 Wednesday, February 5 Toy Story 4 Friday, February 7 Diary of a Future President: Episode 104 – “The National Mall” Disney […]

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January 30 in Pop Culture History

January 30 in Pop Culture History 1703 – The 47 Ronin, under the command of Oishi Kuranosuke, avenged the death of their master, Asano Naganori. 1790 – The first boat designed as a lifeboat was tested on the River Tyne. 1868 – Charles Darwin’s book, Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, was published. 1948 […]

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February 2020 New Releases on Amazon Prime

Check out what you can find on Amazon Prime this month.  February 1 American Idiots (2013) Black Spurs (1965) The Cutting Edge (1992) The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold (2006) Daybreakers (2009) A Fish Called Wanda (1988) Gang Related (1997) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1967) The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard […]

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Netflix New Releases for February 2020

Netflix has a range of great flicks including popular rom-coms like Fools Rush In, Sexy and the City 2, and Dear John. Feb. 1 A Bad Moms Christmas A Little Princess Back to the Future Part III Blade Runner: The Final Cut Center Stage Cookie’s Fortune Dear John The Dirty Dozen Dirty Harry Driving Miss […]

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January 29th Curmudgeon’s Day

Curmudgeon’s Day.  According to The American Heritage Dictionary a curmudgeon is a “cantankerous person’.  And, according to The American Heritage Dictionary cantankerous means” ill tempered, quarrelsome, disagreeable, contrary.,” in other words cantankerous can be a mood or someone’s whole personality. Curmudgeons Day is a day to celebrate the cranky people in our lives or a […]

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January 29 in Pop Culture History

January 29 in Pop Culture History 1845 – Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Raven’ was published in the New York Evening Mirror. 1861 – Kansas became the 34th state. 1886 – Karl Benz patented the first successful gasoline-driven automobile. 1924 – The first US patent (#1481813) for an ice cream cone rolling machine was issued to […]

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See What’s Coming to Hulu in February 2020

Looking for a little romance this February? Look no further than Hulu.  February 1 300 (2007) 28 Days Later (2003) Adam (2019) All About E (2005) Bridget Jones Diary (2001) Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) Bridget Jone’s Baby (2016) Buffalo 66 (1998) Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974) Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’ (1983) […]

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See What’s Coming to Hulu in February 2020

Looking for a little romance this February? Look no further than Hulu.  February 1 300 (2007) 28 Days Later (2003) Adam (2019) All About E (2005) Bridget Jones Diary (2001) Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) Bridget Jone’s Baby (2016) Buffalo 66 (1998) Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974) Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’ (1983) […]

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January 28 in Pop Culture History

January 28 in Pop Culture History 1807 – London’s Pall Mall became the first street of any city to be illuminated by gaslight. 1813 – Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice was first published. 1915 – An act of the US Congress created the United States Coast Guard as a branch of the United States Armed […]

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Jodie Whittaker Will Return For Dr. Who For Season 13

We can say that it comes as no real surprise that actress Jodie Whittaker, who is now into her second year as The Doctor, will be making a return for “Dr. Who” season 13 as well! Whittaker took on the infamous role of The Doctor back in October of 2018 marking the first time the role has gone to a female in the series 55-year history. The past twelve roles for The Doctor have all been men. Whittaker revealed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that she will be commandeering the TARDIS for at least one more season. Despite suffering misogynistic attacks from fans who were angry that their hero was no longer a man when she took over from Peter Capaldi, Jodie Whittaker has quickly found her feet alongside new showrunner Chris Chibnall. We think she has been absolutely splendid in the role. “Yes, I’m doing another season. That might be a massive exclusive that I’m not supposed to say, but it’s unhelpful for me to say [I don’t know] because it would be a massive lie! I absolutely …

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January 27 in Pop Culture History

January 27 in Pop Culture History 1606 – The trial of Guy Fawkes and other conspirators began for the Gunpowder Plot, ending with their execution on January 31. 1888 – The National Geographic Society was established. 1945 – 60th Army First Ukrainian Front soldiers opened the gates of Auschwitz Concentration Camp, liberating the remaining 7,000 […]

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January 26 in Pop Culture History

January 26 in Pop Culture History 1564 – The Council of Trent issued its conclusions in the Tridentinum, establishing a distinction between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. 1838 – Tennessee became the 1st state to prohibit alcohol. 1858 – The Wedding March by Felix Mendelssohn was played at the marriage of Queen Victoria’s daughter, Victoria, and […]

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Exclusive Interview With Artist Gabriel Rodriguez And The Official Trailer For Locke And Key

Next month the critically acclaimed comic book Locke and Key will be hitting Netflix. The first book was published back in 2008. The story revolves around the Locke family who moves into there ancestral family home after the murder of there father. The family discovers magical keys, which they must use against evil creatures who want the keys and their powers. At SDCC we had the amazing opportunity to interview Gabriel Rodriguez the artist behind Locke and Key. In the interview, we discussed how he met Joe Hill the writer of the comic book and a lot about art and inspiration. Check it out below. AOT: So how have you been joining your Comic-Con ? GR: Amazing. It’s always a great, great time of the year for me that I have the chance to come here and hang out with my friends and share with people the time with people from IDW. AOT:  You’re from Chile, right? GR : Yes. AOT: Do you spend most of your time there? GR: Yeah. I work a lot in Chile and come here …

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January 25 in Pop Culture History

January 25 in Pop Culture History 1533 – Henry VIII of England married his second wife Anne Boleyn. 1858 – The Wedding March by Felix Mendelssohn was played at the marriage of Queen Victoria’s daughter, Victoria, and Friedrich of Prussia. 1881 – Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell formed the Oriental Telephone Company. 1937 – […]

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January 24 in Pop Culture History

January 24 in Pop Culture History 41 – Roman Emperor Caligula was assassinated. 1848 – Gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill, Coloma, California by James W. Marshall. 1899 – The US patent (#618128) for a rubber ‘safety heel’ was issued to Humphrey O’Sullivan 1922 – The ‘Eskimo Pie’, an ice cream centre covered in chocolate, […]

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‘Riverdance-25th Anniversary Show’ Is Simply Breathtaking

The always spectacular “Riverdance” is a show like no other, so we were absolutely thrilled to learn that the “Riverdance-25th Anniversary Show” would be returning to Philadelphia presented by the Kimmel Center Cultural Campus for a strictly limited engagement at the Merriam Theater from January 21 – 26, 2020, as part of the Kimmel Center’s Broadway Philadelphia 2019-20 season and the 2019-20 Family Discovery Series. It is hard to even find the words to describe the performance that the “Riverdance” troupe has put together, as it is a true sensory experience. The music and dancing blend together perfectly to tell an intricate story that plays out over the course of the nearly two-hour show. The visuals are hypnotic as you witness the immense talent of both the dancers and the musicians alike. The show flys by like a whirlwind giving the audience barely enough time to catch our breath. “Riverdance – 25th Anniversary Show” is “Riverdance” as you’ve never seen it before! A powerful and stirring reinvention of this beloved favorite celebrated the world over for its Grammy Award-winning score …

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January 23 in Pop Culture History

January 23 in Pop Culture History 1556 (Earthquake) Shaanxi, China. Over 800,000 people may were killed. 1571 – The Royal Exchange opened in London. 1793 – Humane Society of Philadelphia (America’s 1st aid organization) founded. 1870 – US cavalry men killed 173 Native Americans, mostly women and children, in what is known as the Marias […]

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January 22 in Pop Culture History

January 22 in Pop Culture History 1890 – The United Mine Workers of America was founded in Columbus, Ohio. 1943 – Spearfish, North Dakota experienced a forty-nine degree temperature change over the span of two minutes. 1946 – Creation of the Central Intelligence Group, now the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). 1947 – KTLA began operating […]

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January 21 in Pop Culture History

January 21 in Pop Culture History 1472 – The Great Daylight Comet of 1472 was visible in daylight for 8 days. 1790 – Dr Joseph-Ignace Guillotin proposed the guillotine to the newly formed National Assembly of Paris as a “humane” method of execution. 1799 – Edward Jenner’s smallpox vaccination was introduced. 1807 – The London […]

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January 20 in Pop Culture History

January 20 in Pop Culture History January 20, 1992 was a Good Day for rapper Ice Cube. 1265 – 1st English Parliament was called into session by Earl of Leicester. 1835 (Volcano Eruption) Cosigüina 1920 – American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) was founded. 1929 – In Old Arizona, the first full-length talking motion picture filmed […]

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How to Remove a Bad or Fake Review from Yelp

According an Online Reviews Survey by ReviewTrackers, approximately 45% of consumers say they are likely to check reviews on Yelp before visiting a business, which is only second to Google’s 64%. Even more important, a one-star decrease in a restaurant’s overall Yelp rating could lead to a 5% loss in revenue. Maintain your business Yelp […]

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January 19 in Pop Culture History

January 19 in Pop Culture History 1825 – The US patent (#X004009) for food storage in cans to “preserve animal substances in tin” was issued to Ezra Daggett and his nephew Thomas Kensett of New York City. 1839 – The British East India Company captures Aden, Yemen. There have not been many companies that could […]

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How to Remove a Bad or Fake Review from a Google Business Page

Over sixty percent of customers will check Google reviews before visiting a business – more than any other online review site. Therefore, managing your brand reputation on this platform is critical for new business. While it would be nice to believe that everything on the internet is true, there is the possibility for your Google […]

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Dear David S. Goyer Where Is The Hellraiser Script ?

Storytelling is a very compelling art form. The way a story is told on screen is called a screenplay, and one man has had much success with his screenplay’s. David S. Goyer has had much success in Hollywood and is a go too for a blockbuster. Goyer had much success with the Dark Knight films alongside Christopher Nolan. His latest film to hit theaters was Terminator: Dark Fate which was released last year to mixed reviews. Goyer has become Hollywood’s golden boy With the downfall of Miramax, a lot of movie properties were up for sale. The Hellraiser franchise was one of these properties. Hellraiser was first released in 1987 and was penned and directed by legendary storyteller Clive Barker. The Hellraiser franchise has seen its share of ups, but mostly downs. The last film in the franchise and under the banner of Dimension films (Miramax)  was Hellraiser Judgement released in 2018. In May of last year, SpyGlass Media Group announced that a new Hellraiser film was in the works.  Not a reboot, but a remake and the man to …

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How to Remove a Bad or Fake Recommendation from your Facebook Business Page

Since last year, Facebook has made the effort to change reviews to recommendations. According to the update, 1 in 3 people on Facebook use the platform to ask their communities where to go, where to eat, or where to shop, etc. Additionally, 2 out of 3 users visit the page of a local business at […]

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