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Beefsteak Charlie All the free beer, wine and sangria you can drink. Wonder why they went out of business. Popular in the northeast of the US.
Tags: Beefsteak  Charlie  steakhouse,  baby  back  ribs,  beer  wine  sangria 
Added: 1st February 2011
Views: 2722
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Posted By: Cliffy
27 Club--Artists that died at age 27 The 27 Club added a new member with the death of Amy Winehouse today. She was age 27.
Tags: 27  Club,  music  artist  dead  at  27,  Brian  Jones,  Jimi  Hendrix,Janis  Joplin,Jim  Morrison,Kurt  Cobain     
Added: 24th July 2011
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Posted By: Music Maiden
1960 World Series Kinescope Found In September 2010, baseball fans were thrilled by a remarkable dicovery: A complete kinescope copy of the seventh game of the 1960 World Series was found in Bing Crosby's wine cellar! How a near pristine black-and-white reel of the entire television broadcast of the deciding game of the 1960 World Series — long believed to be lost forever — came to rest in the wine cellar of Bing Crosby’s home near San Francisco is not a mystery to those who knew him. Crosby loved baseball, but as a part owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates he was too nervous to watch the World Series against the New York Yankees, so he and his wife went to Paris, where they listened by radio. “He said, ‘I can’t stay in the country,’ ” his widow, Kathryn Crosby, recalled. “ ‘I’ll jinx everybody.’ ” He knew he would want to watch the game later — if his Pirates won — so he hired a company to record Game Seven by kinescope, an early relative of the DVR, filming off a television monitor. The five-reel set is the only known complete copy of the game, in which Pirates second baseman Bill Mazeroski famously hit a game-ending home run to beat the Yankees 10-9 at Forbes Field. It is considered one of the greatest and most memorable ballgames ever played. Crosby apparently had more foresight than the television networks and stations, which sadly erased or discarded nearly all the Major League Baseball games they carried until the 1970s. A canny preservationist of all things, Crosby, who died in 1977, kept a half-century’s worth of records, tapes and films in the wine cellar-turned-vault in his Hillsborough, California home. “Bing Crosby was way ahead of his time,” said Nick Trotta, senior library and licensing manager for Major League Baseball Productions, the sport’s archivist. The kinescope was found quite by accident. A producer searching through Crosby's estate for material for a TV documentary on the late singer's career accidentally came upon five film cannisters marked '1960 World Series.' The 50-year-old game was first shown to a private audience in Pittsburgh that included surviving members of both teams. It was broadcast on the MLB Network in December 2010 and has since been made available to the general public on DVD.
Tags: 1960  World  Series  baseball  Bing  Crosby 
Added: 13th August 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964
Lee Remick One of Hollywood's forgotten beauties was Lee Remick. To moviegoers, she is most famous for her roles in Days of Wine and Roses (1962) and The Omen (1976). A talented stage actress, Remick also was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance as a blind woman terrorized by drug smugglers in Wait Until Dark. Sadly she died on July 2, 1991 of liver and kidney cancer. She was just 55 years old. One of her memorable quotes was, "I make movies for adults. When Hollywood stars making them again, so will I."
Tags: Lee  Remick  actress 
Added: 8th June 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Whats My Line - Syndicated Years After a prime time run on CBS of more than 17 years (1950 to 1967), the popular panel show What's My Line? was resurrected by its creators as a syndicated program from 1968 to 1975. Beloved host John Daly was not interested in the hectic schedule of five shows per week (all done in one day), so Washington political reporter Wally Bruner was brought in as the new moderator. Classy Arlene Francis returned as a regular panelist. Bennett Cerf apppeared occasionally until his death in 1971. Soupy Sales became the regular male panelist. He proved to be an amusing and excellent game player who seemed to know every mystery guest no matter what field he/she happened to be in. The syndicated version was less refined than the CBS version. Games were deliberately shortened to allow the contestants to display their unusual occupations--something that almost never happened on the old version. Therefore if a contestant was a fire eater or a wine taster, there was invariably a demonstration of his/her talent. Bruner hosted WML for four years but admittedly was not fond of New York City nor the showbiz scene and was happy to bow out gracefully. Larry Blyden, best known as a Broadway actor, took over as moderator in 1972 for the show's last three seasons, and was much more comfortable hobnobbing with celebrities than Bruner was. Providing halfway decent mystery guests five shows per week proved to be a huge challenge. Executive producer Gil Fates charitably referred to some of the so-called celebrities as "owls" because often the studio audience and some of the panelists would quietly say "who?" when the mystery guest was not particularly famous. The final shows were taped just before Christmas in 1974 and aired throughout the spring of 1975. Towards the end, declining ratings and aging audience demographics made WML a tough sell to local TV stations. Blyden was slated to host Showoffs, another game show, when he was tragically killed in an auto accident while vacationing in Morocco in June 1975--which absolutely sealed the finish of WML. The syndicated WML simply faded away with none of the sentimental fanfare the CBS version had in its 1967 finale. In his book on the history of WML, Fates ruefully admits the last episode of the syndicated show was "a bomb." There have been no serious attempts to revive WML since 1975, although a retrospective program was made later that year--co-hosted by John Daly and Arlene Francis--to mark WML's 25 years on the air.
Tags: TV  syndicated  Whats  My  Line 
Added: 14th June 2012
Views: 1806
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Posted By: Lava1964
Riunite on Ice Thats Nice Tags: Riunite  on  Ice  Thats  Nice  Italian  Wine  Alchohol  1979  1970's  70's  TV  commcerical 
Added: 12th December 2014
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Posted By: Cathy
Eric Burdon and War - Spill The Wine Eric Burdon was the former singer from The Animals.
Tags: Eric  Burdon  &  War  -  Spill  The  Wine    70s  Music 
Added: 22nd August 2012
Views: 2152
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Communion On The Moon Astronaut 'Buzz' Aldrin may have been the second man to walk on the moon, but he was the first - and only - person to celebrate Holy Communion on it. NASA kept this secret due to atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair  who tried to sue them when the Apollo 8 crew broadcasted parts of Genesis while orbiting the moon on Christmas Eve. Before taking his first steps on the moon, Aldrin pulled out a small container of wine and some bread which he had brought from his church near Houston- Webster Presbyterian.
Tags: Communion  On  The  Moon  NASA  Buzz  Aldrin  Apollo  11  wine  bread  moon  Neil  Armstrong  National  Aeronautical  Space  Administration 
Added: 18th February 2015
Views: 1053
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
HBO Movie about Communion On The Moon Did you know the first liquid poured and the first food consumed on the moon was communion elements? NASA kept it a secret because they were being sued by an atheist when the Apollo 8 crew broadcasted parts of Genesis while orbiting the moon on Christmas Eve.
Tags: HBO  Home  Box  Office  Movie  Film  Communion  On  The  Moon  NASA  Buzz  Aldrin  Apollo  11  wine  bread  moon  Neil  Armstrong  National  Aeronautical  Space  Administration 
Added: 18th February 2015
Views: 872
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Dubonnet Little Old Lady Wines Quite a way to promote your product!
Tags: Dubonnet  Little  Old  Lady  Wines  France  wines   
Added: 6th January 2016
Views: 687
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Posted By: Cliffy

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