A monkey signals a human to hold out his hand so it can provide some dry leaves. Through the fence, the monkey proceeds to help close the human's hand so he can successfully crush leaves. This human learns a new and valuable life skill. What? You knew how to...

The romance genre is brimming with adventure, plot twists, heartbreak, joy and—hopefully—a happy ending. But with so many options to choose from, it's not easy to find the right flick for your movie night. Unless, of course, you have Shari's Berries' fun and fabulous flowchart. You can pine for...

Never seen one of these before…Not sure if I need one of these. https://youtu.be/3PkIuO4N9c4

John Lennon plays I Feel Fine's main riff on his Gibson while George Harrison sometimes doubles, and other times plays rhythm on his Gretsch Tennessean. At the time of the song's recording, the Beatles, having mastered the studio basics, had begun to explore new sources of inspiration in noises...

If you want to know one thing about Toronto, let it be what went on in Yorkville during the 1960s. When New York City found its artists burrowing in Greenwich Village, and while artists were flocking to Haight-Ashbury on the San Francisco scene, the hippies of Toronto were building their...

The Upward Spiral, a music business podcast, recently talked with Theda Sandiford, who is the VP of Commerce at Republic Records and Island Records, where she handles VEVO, Spotify, Youtube and more. Sandiford got her start at WBLS and then became the first black programmer of a major market...

Earlier this month, Facebook announced that it would be "making page likes more meaningful" by nixing inactive accounts. So if your page had 10 million likes, 1 million of which were from inactive accounts, you dropped down to 9 million. Facebook follows Instagram, who just did a cleanup last...

August 24, 1995 was a historic occasion for the computer industry as Microsoft introduced Windows 95 at a gala launch event. The long awaited new operating system not only sparked the explosion of the Internet, but for the first time computers became home-based tools that would make our lives...

Batman Dracula is a 1964 black and white American film produced and directed by Andy Warhol, without the permission of DC Comics, publishers of comics about the character Batman. The film was screened only at Warhol's art exhibits. A fan of the Batman series, Warhol made the movie as...

August 1930: The Ingenues, an all-girls band and vaudeville act, serenading the cows in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Dairy Barn in a scientific test of whether the cows would give more milk to the soothing strains of music.

Baseball great Lou Gehrig had ambitions to be in the movies. In 1936, pushed by his wife, Gehrig agreed to hire Babe Ruth's agent, who in turn, pushed the New York Yankee First Baseman to audition for the role of the Ape Man, Tarzan, after Johnny Weissmuller had vacated...

From Prescription Music PR: AUTOMATE YOUR E-NEWSLETTERS When a new fan joins your mailing list– either at a gig or via your website – there are probably a few things you want to let them know about: for example, where to find you on social media; the URL for your merch...

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck—the first officially sanctioned Kurt Cobain documentary, which makes its televised premiere on HBO on May 4. Courtney Love and his family opened Cobain’s private archives to the director, as well as providing candid interviews, alongside Krist Novoselic and Kurt’s former girlfriend Tracy Marander. Frances...

https://youtu.be/GvQJbF2CXLQ See the first teaser trailer for the 24th James Bond adventure SPECTRE. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the...

Members of the 2015 Yankees recreate a memorable scene from the classic movie, "The Sandlot" https://youtu.be/Cj1vF-s1qUM