LeBron, Durant shock the world
MIAMI – In an announcement reminiscent of Michael Jordan’s famous retirement from the NBA to play minor league baseball, Miami Heat superstar LeBron James has informed the world that he is leaving the game of professional basketball to pursue his first – and greatest – sporting love.
Anyone who pays the least bit of attention to popular culture knows that Nicolas Cage has cultivated a reputation as a bit of weirdo, even by Hollywood standards.
The real reason behind Nessie’s disappearance
INVERNESS, Scotland – Over the past 18 months, authorities have noted with increasing alarm that the legendary Loch Ness Monster – better known as Nessie – has failed to make even a single appearance.
Sandler, Bay, Perry combine forces
Critics have long been bemoaning the steady downgrade in quality at the movie theater in recent years. It seems that the public’s tolerance for poorly-written, poorly-acted and poorly-produced films has grown to heights never before seen.
George Will essays explore a century of Cubs history
One of the clichés of baseball in the spring is the notion that “hope springs eternal.” Every single team starts at zero – all 30 major league squads have a chance to end their season by hoisting aloft the World Series trophy.
Sequel doesn’t quite measure up, still strong
I’ve been a lover of the Muppets for a long time. I loved their last movie and was extremely enthusiastic when I heard that a sequel is on the way. Judging by the trailers, “Muppets Most Wanted” seemed to offer some parallels to “The Great Muppet Caper,” much like “The Muppets” paralleled “The Muppet Movie” in some ways. Again, I was on board.
An in-depth investigation of the fabled ‘Lost Crown of the Queen City’
BANGOR – We here at The Maine Edge rarely go in for what one would call serious journalism. We’re an arts and entertainment publication; we discuss local events and share our thoughts on pop culture and generally refuse to take ourselves particularly seriously.
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. - Students at a northern Michigan university are getting ready to mark this week’s long-awaited end of winter with the traditional burning of the snowman.
A look at New England’s new contracts
The NFL’s free agency period is in full swing, with a number of elite talents signing new deals. Some are moving on to new teams, while others are simply moving forward with their current employers.
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