Arguably one of the best rock guitarists of all time, you gotta check out Eddie's guitar work on "Beautiful Girls"...without the other three members of Van Halen
Okay...how 'bout Alex and Michael...
Anchorman Ron Burgundy, otherwise known as Will Ferrell, joined the KX News in Bismarck, North Dakota on Saturday night.
In character throughout the half-hour broadcast, Will read the local Bismarck news alongside co-anchor Amber Schatz.
Burgundy's signature "stay classy" catchphrase didn't make the air, though, because he missed his cue. Instead, Will ended the night by saying, "What? Am I supposed to read that?"
Celebrity chef David Burke (no relation to my friend who writes for the Quad City Times) has figured out a way to cook Thanksgiving turkey in the dishwasher.
It’s as simple as taking two boneless turkey breasts, seasoning them, wrapping them in plastic and putting them on the top rack of your dishwasher.
Then, run the dishwasher for three full cycles for a total time of about three-and-a-half hours and the turkey is done.
If you want crispy skin, just unwrap the meat and place it under the broiler in your oven for 25 minutes. (HuffingtonPost.com)
P.S.--> Don't use soap!
Dads will do just about anything for their daughters...me included! Buddy Valastro had us strap on these little baskets around our waist...then try to swing a ball into the basket. Harder than it looks!
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford with the late Chris Farley...it's almost impossible to tell the two apart...
Chad was named the 2013 CNN Hero of the Year on Tuesday night. Pregracke was recognized Tuesday night along with the rest of this year's top 10 CNN Heroes. Pregracke was chosen as Hero of the Year through a five-week public vote on CNN.com. "I'll just keep on cleaning up America's rivers and loving every minute of it," said Pregracke as he accepted the award Tuesday night.
If you enjoy watching people get exactly what they deserve, you need to check this out...
Robert Plant was in Mali back in 2003 to perform at a music festival. He brought a camera crew with him as he crossed the Sahara desert and stopped in a few cities, including Timbuctoo. Robert has put together all of that footage into a web series for YouTube called "Zirka."