From East Beach Beasts to a goat on a boat, his lively characters and sing-song poetry captured our attention for hours on end.
Weird and Wacky News
Everyday we should embrace something new, but now we know that once a year, always on March 2nd, there is an official day to remind us of such.
March first is a day to celebrate National Pig Day, Share a Smile Day and National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day.
Yes, there really is a holiday known as Hoodie-Hoo Day.
Bug spray being used as thug repellent, or an alternative to pepper sprays, has been a popular email hitting my inbox recently.
Well, it is the third Monday in February, government offices are closed, car dealerships are having incredible sales and the kids are out of school; it must be President’s Day in the United States of America.
For 75 years, dogs, thimbles, cannons, irons and cars have been making their way through Atlantic City by the roll of the dice.
The National Geographic Society was founded on this day in 1888 to inspire people to care about the planet.
Squirrel Appreciation Day is a real holiday and I set out to understand why we should celebrate these vermin.
Plan to wear black and white on Wednesday or a tuxedo would be a great conversation starter if you really want to increase the awareness of penguins.
Every month has special observances and January is no exception. Did you know January was Oatmeal Month? I did not even know there was an Oatmeal Month.
In the Holiday Season we will give you some impressions from scenes around the world and at home, especially the weird and wacky ones.
This video is of the first Bald Eagle in U.S. History that learned to free-fly into stadiums, arenas and ballrooms during the singing of the Star Spangled Banner.
Now Daschle, Now Darden, Now Sharpton, Wolf Blitzen,
on Boxer, on Rather, on Kerry, on Clinton!
My grandmother is upset that her great-grandchildren will never know the America she grew up in.