The Super Bowl is this Sunday — do you have a game plan ready to feed your hungry fans? Beyond the big screen TV and a cooler stocked with ice cold drinks, this is one party that’s all about the spread. So whether you’re new to throwing a Super Bowl party (congratulations to the Falcons) or you throw one almost every year (time to break out the New England decorations again), we’ve got you covered. Score a touchdown with your family and friends with these tailgate-ready snacks, sandwiches, appetizers, and more.
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Super Bowl Sunday—the American holiday where football faithfuls and casual viewers alike set aside time to eat special foods (wings), wear special clothes (jerseys) and gather with friends and family in an annual festivity. The Super Bowl is so popular that it has garnered more viewers than any other televised event. So it’s no surprise that many people plan parties around such a celebratory occasion. If you’re like so many other Americans who intend to host a Super Bowl party, you might want some advice and inspiration on how to make yours memorable. Here are 10 tips that will help you throw the ultimate Super Bowl party this year.
The Oscars set the conversation about the best of the year in movies for many in the US. On Tuesday morning, the Academy released its list of nominees for the 2017 awards show, which will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on February 26. While “La La Land” took the expected lead with 14 nominations, which ties it for the most Oscar nods ever, there were also some curveballs, surprises and snubs. Here are all the 2017 Oscar nominees.
After more than a year of campaigning, 26 primary and general election debates, and countless press conferences, attack ads, victory speeches, public apologies, and early morning Twitter rants, Donald Trump’s inauguration is here. It’s already been quite the spectacle watching performers accept and reject Trump’s offer. So who exactly will be taking the stage in Washington D.C. this week ahead of Trump being sworn into office? Here, in the following slideshow, is the schedule of Trump’s inaugural extravaganzas, a rundown as who is — and who isn’t — booked to perform during the festivities, and a list of all the ways you can watch the events.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will be closing down “The Greatest Show on Earth” after 146 years, the circus’ owner confirmed over the past weekend. Scheduled to permanently close this May, the iconic American spectacle was felled by a variety of factors, including a decline in ticket sales combined with high operating costs, along with the public’s changing attitudes towards animal rights. The Ringling Bros. Circus has been a staple of entertainment for numerous generations in the United States since the mid-1800s. Since its beginning, the show has grown and evolved in many ways over the years. Here are some of the greatest moment’s and milestones in the Circus’ history.
2017 is going to be a huge year for movies. If you thought 2016 had a bloated summer, just wait until this year. Stretching from April to August — the summer movie season is starting earlier each year — there’s the potential for over a dozen sure-fire big blockbusters. Much of that will be because we are getting a lot of sequels. While some are hotly anticipated, others may feel like cash grabs. Here are all of the big sequels coming in 2017 that you may not have even realized were coming to the big screen.
Publicity stunts tend to have a bad reputation. They’re the type of things that guerrilla marketers do. They’re not done by respectable institutions. Or are they? After today’s list you may have your doubts. Not only were these following publicity stunts done by large corporations, but they also failed miserably. How miserably? Well, miserably enough that the companies here paid a lot of money to public relations teams so that they would clean up the mess. Depending on your point of view though, even bad publicity is still publicity. Here are 25 publicity stunts that went horribly wrong.
Famous people’s final words should be, well, famous. But since most people don’t know which words will be their last, those final utterances can be revealing, touching or just plain odd. We’ve rounded up the reported last words of some memorable people, including Steve Jobs, Bob Marley, Princess Diana and George Washington. Here’s the alleged last words of 20 famous people.
2016 has been a sad year for the entertainment, sports and political worlds, as several well known world leaders, athletes and celebrities have passed away. From musicians like David Bowie, to actors like Florence Henderson and most recently, Zsa Zsa Gabor, these icon’s lives were filled with unparalleled accomplishments, fame and some tough times to overcome. Here’s a look back in memoriam of 20 world leaders, celebrities, athletes and other notables who died in 2016.
While it may be less common these days to send a holiday greeting via snail mail, the White House has yet to let go of its nearly 90-year tradition. Starting with Calvin Coolidge in 1927, the long-standing practice requires each sitting US president to let their staff and supporters know they wish them a happy holiday. With the help of the White House Historical Association, we’ve pulled together 52 White House holiday cards from the past eight decades. Happy holidays!
Last Thursday Google released its annual list of the year’s most popular trending searches for 2016, offering a simple — but revealing — glimpse into the nation’s psyche. And the results are not all too surprising. Google broke the results down by the top Google general searches and the top people searches (although the people list did not include those who died in the last year). Here is a countdown of the top 20 searches from Google in 2016, ranked first by the top 10 people searches, followed by the top 10 general searches for the year.
IMDb has released the top movie and TV stars visited on the site in 2016, and the list is a mix of obvious names and rising stars. Out of the more than 250 million monthly unique visitors the site says it gets, “Suicide Squad” star Margot Robbie tops the list of people with the most pageviews. Here are most 20 popular stars on IMDb in 2016.