Yesterday, the human race crossed a milestone. After traveling a total of 6.4 million miles, we stuck a landing over 310 million miles from Earth. The Rosetta mission, which began over a decade ago, had a mission to rendezvous with a comet, conduct experiments, and collect information that may lead to answers about the history of the solar system.
Tomorrow officially marks Halloween. We’ve all been prepping for this day all month – from shopping for costumes, stocking up on candy, carving pumpkins, and watching our favorite horror movies. Scary movies are as much part of the yearly ritual as trick-or-treating. This past weekend, days before Halloween, Ouija topped the domestic box office, grossing over $19.8 million.
It’s official: next year’s Academy Awards will be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris. The actor is no stranger to hosting duties – he’s hosted the Emmy Awards twice, as well as the Tony Awards four times. He also performed the opening ceremony to last year’s Oscar awards, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres.
Labor Day has come and gone, and we all know what that means – it’s time to put away the Skip-It and take out our trusty Trapper Keeper.
Labor Day is this weekend and it’s officially time to start dreading the upcoming winter. Before you know it, kids will be filing onto school busses, the temperatures will drop, and the leaves will be just a bit more colorful. But we vote to hang on to the summer – there are still a few more cookouts left to attend and it’s still acceptable to drink shandys all day.
In this weekly Throwback Thursday series, we surface memorable TV advertising spots from days past – one that made us laugh, inspire us, or spark an affinity for a brand.