Trivia Bits for Mar 08, 2014 The TV series "Medium" came up with a unique gimmick for its 2009 Halloween episode. It used CGI to insert Allison into scenes from the black and white horror classic "Night of the Living Dead." In the show, she wakes from her dreams with …Read more. Trivia Bits for Mar 07, 2014 The United States spent a decade trying to bring order to Afghanistan, after it became a haven for Osama bin Laden. We can all probably agree that this was much tougher than anybody expected. Except, maybe, the Russians, or the British. Afghanistan, …Read more. Trivia Bits for Mar 06, 2014 One of the world's strangest restaurants is Las Vegas's Heart Attack Grill, where customers are called patients, who place orders called prescriptions, from waitresses who dress up as nurses. But you don't order medicine, not with the 9982-calorie …Read more. Trivia Bits for Mar 05, 2014 Best known as a golfer, Babe Didrikson took 41 LPGA Tour victories, including nine majors. She also won three track and field Olympic medals and had an impressive basketball career. But in addition to her astonishing athletic versatility, she also …Read more.more articles
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Graffiti artist Shepard Fairey hit the big time with his "HOPE" image, depicting Barack Obama. Before this, he was known mostly for the "OBEY" stickers, featuring Andre the Giant, but the "HOPE" image seemed to be everywhere in 2008. Sadly, it seems that the image was based on an Associated Press photo, so, naturally, the AP sued, leading to a debate over the limits of fair use. Either way, Fairey's image now hangs in the U.S. National Portrait Gallery.
Since I never finished writing "The Canterbury Tales," nobody knows who won the storytelling contest.
Previous answer: Bobby Bacala was a character on "The Sopranos."
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