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What Did That Song Say? - Did Jimi Hendrix really "kiss this guy"? He did if "the ants are my friends, they're blowin' in the wind." A first look at the mysterious world of mondegreens.
Mia Hamm, World Class Champion - Winning the 1999 Women's World Cup Soccer Championship is only the latest in a long list of achievements both on and off the field.
Cutting the Mustard - Do you know where to find over 3,000 different varieties of mustard? You can sample many of them, and learn how mustard is made and some unusual uses for this tasty condiment.
Anticipating the Wurst - The sweet smell of bratwurst on a charcoal grill will revitalize the most tired of spirits.
Life On the Beach with Jimmy Buffett - Combining a Midwestern work ethic with a penchant for the laid back island lifestyle, Jimmy Buffett has created a life most of us only dream of.
Alfred Hitchcock, Still the Master of Suspense - The Chief of Police throws a sensitive child into a jail cell and slams the door after him. A delivery boy gets on a crowded bus, not realizing he is carrying a ticking bomb. The macabre connection is...
Kurt Elling, Jazz Messenger - This rising star really appeals to me. He calls to mind Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald, yet adds a fresh new quality that leads jazz vocals into the future.
Revitalizing Our Coronado Theatre - The sparkling crystal chandelier, the carved gilded plaster walls and twinkling stars are a sight to behold. Fortunately, this theater won't fall to the wrecking ball like so many of the great movie palaces of its era.
John Cleese, Someone Completely Different - There's a secret serious side to this star of Monty Python's Flying Circus and Fawlty Towers.
You're Hearing Echoes - What is that soothing new age music that helps take the stress of the day away? Perhaps you're hearing Echoes with John Diliberto.
How George Lucas Looks at Life -The origins of Star Wars may lie in his miraculous recovery from a near-fatal car crash and the genius of a one minute student film.
Oh Pun Your Browser - Too often, Internet searches give laughable results. This time it's just what we're looking for! ;-}
Shooting Stars - A young boy with leg braces fears he'll never join his sister on the basketball court, but his parents insist that the doctors are wrong. It's the incredible story of Reggie and Cheryl Miller, Olympic & professional stars.
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