This will, this will rock you. In November, Queen will release a new album - Queen Forever - and on it will be three previously unreleased tracks featuring the late Freddie Mercury, including a collaboration between Queen and Michael Jackson.
Did you know that the Quaker Oats Man actually has a name, or that Harry Caray was a St. Louis Cardinals announcer before he was with the Cubs? Outside of a trivia competition, these little-known facts probably won't benefit you very much, but they're a lot of fun to discover!
Did you know there is a National Cheeseburger Day? That shouldn't be confused with National Hamburger Day. There's one of those, too. National Cheeseburger Day is in September and National Hamburger Day is in May. I'm not sure exactly how National Hamburger/Cheeseburger Day is officially celebrated, but it's probably safe to assume that the day is marked by ordering a favorite burger from a favorite restaurant. Where would you order from?
Insure.com has decided to rank the "rudest drivers" in America. They've taken into account all fifty states and the District of Columbia. Between Illinois, Missouri and Iowa, our area drivers are all over the map on this list. One state ranks as pretty rude, one is right dead center in the middle, and the other is not quite as rude.
Congratulations to Tammy Martin from Fowler, winner of the 2014 101 Days of Summer! Finalists in the annual Y101 giveaway gathered Wenesday evening at The Dock, and Tammy walked away with a trip to Mexico! Tammy and a guest will be going off to the Iberostar Paraiso Del Mar Resort in the Riviera Maya!
Quincy Community Theatre has released its schedule for the 2015 season, entitled "Soaring to New Heights." Three musicals, two plays, and a number of student theater productions will all be on stage next year.
A new survey has ranked the 150 largest metropolitan areas in America from most educated to least educated. I'll be honest, in a million years I would have never guessed any of the Top 5, though I might have been able to guess the cities in Illinois, Iowa and Missouri that ranked the highest.
A couple days ago, I was in the store and noticed that Halloween stuff was already starting to go on display. One of my favorite things at Halloween time is watching all of the scary movies the different television networks schedule. I love horror movies, and I've watched with interest over the last few years as some independent filmmakers have chosen to come to our area and shoot their projects. Here are three horror films with local ties.
What movies make you cry every time you watch them? I was listening to a speaker on a conference call talk about how he cried while watching 'Toy Story 3.' I'll admit, that was a title I wasn't expecting. There are movies out there that can bring even the toughest among us to tears, even after watching them multiple times. I did a Google search on the subject and found several online lists naming the biggest tearjerkers. Here are some of the most common titles that seem to appear over and over.
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