Inside the world’s largest tent

The World’s Largest Tent, Khan Shatyr, Debuts In Astana, Kazakhstan The world’s largest tent Khan Shatyr has debuted in Kazakhstan’s capital city, Astana. The nearly 500-foot tall structure is host to a variety of exciting green features, designed by Foster And Partners, who are known for implementing inspiring sustainable techniques in their other creations, like […]

What Will Happen To Michael Jackson’s Children?

The death of Michael Jackson at the age of 50 has raised many questions about his health, finances, and legacy. But at the top of many people’s list of questions is the fate of his three children: How are they coping, and who will get custody of them?Debbie Rowe, a nurse who Jackson married in […]

Prison Break Season 3 Episode Guide

Season 3 Season 3, Episode 1: Orientación Original Air Date—17 September 2007 Michael is once again imprisoned, but now in SONA (Panama), together with T-Bag, Mahone and Bellick. The prison is solely rules by inmates, whose local prison-lord Lechero feels threatened by Scofield’s ‘fame’. Lincoln tries legal means to get Michael transferred, and gets a […]

EBay CEO envisions PayPal in more offline settings

The waiter comes to your table and asks: “Will you be paying by cash, credit or PayPal?” Don’t be surprised to hear that question six months or a year from now, says John Donahoe, the CEO of PayPal’s parent company, eBay Inc. Although PayPal is best known as a way to pay people or buy […]

How to Impress Even Before the First Date

First impressions are everything: We all know that. But did you realize that first impressions actually begin before your first date, usually by phone? Talking on the phone is a tricky dating stage that comes after exchanging emails but prior to meeting face-to-face. What I’m seeing as a matchmaker is that many first dates never […]

The pros and cons of daylight saving time

Do we still need daylight saving time? For nearly a century, Americans have been springing forward and falling back, and this year will be no different. Come Sunday morning, we’ll be snuggled soundly in bed as the clocks fall back an hour. Daylight saving time is the autumnal gift that provides the proverbial snooze button […]

Corrado Soprano “Junior”

“You choose this life, it comes with responsibilities…Teddy Roosevelt gave an entire speech once with a bullet lodged in his chest. Some things are a matter of duty.” Corrado Soprano, Jr., AKA Uncle Junior, is the son of Corrado and Mariangela D’Agostino Soprano, Italian immigrants who came over from the town of Ariano in 1911. […]

Why Food Companies Are Cutting Salt

Some healthy, sodium-slashing competition has broken out among food companies, and consumers are the ones benefiting. Last week, Kraft Foods Inc. announced it would cut the salt in its North American line by an average of 10 percent in over 1000 products over the next two years. On Monday, PepsiCo unveiled a global nutrition initiative to reduce […]

Sylvester Stallone reveals his lost role

Sly Solo? Stallone Admits He Was Considered for ‘Star Wars’ He was a scrappy underdog from Philly who got a shot at the heavyweight title. He was also a Vietnam vet out for justice. He was even a truck driver turned professional arm wrestler. But he missed his chance to be a stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking […]

EPISODE 106 “Riots, Drills and The Devil – Part 1”

Airdate: 2005-09-26 The rides and attractions at Chicago’s Navy Pier glisten in the afternoon sun. An unassuming middle-aged man turns from a ticket booth to pass a handful of tickets to a group of eager kids. The man reaches out and kisses one of the boys with a fatherly smile, watching the kids run off. […]