Nielsen's Top Programs for Aug. 24-30 - ABC News TV ratings: VMAs hit record low on MTV - USA Today 09/1/2015 - 3:39 pm | View Link
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'Fear the Walking Dead' Draws 211,000 Viewers in U.K. Debut - Hollywood Reporter 'Fear the Walking Dead' Draws 211,000 Viewers in U.K. Debut - Yahoo! News 09/1/2015 - 1:19 pm | View Link
The Walking Dead's Chandler Riggs looks to life beyond zombies - CBC Chandler Riggs of 'The Walking Dead' looks to life beyond zombie ... - 610 CKTB 09/1/2015 - 9:51 am | View Link
‘Fear the Walking Dead’ S01E02 recap: ‘So Close, Yet So Far’ - TheCelebrityCafe.com On Sunday, August 30, the second episode of Fear the Walking Dead aired. Just in case you missed it, here is a recap of what happened. 09/1/2015 - 9:16 am | View Link
'Walking Dead' Stars Talk About Rick and Michonne's Possible Romance Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira as well as showrunner Scott M. Gimple weigh in on whether or not Rick and Michonne will be more than friends. "They have a very intimate relationship, that's the funny thing. People are like, 'Oh my God, what if they were ... 09/1/2015 - 10:42 pm | View Link
Hey, Vancouver film industry: No need to Fear the Walking Dead VANCOUVER — The zombie invasion of Vancouver is just beginning, after the record-breaking success of the new TV series Fear The Walking Dead. The show, set in Los Angeles but mostly filmed in and around Vancouver, airs its second episode Sunday night ... 09/1/2015 - 10:37 pm | View Link
Woman sentenced to probation for stalking 'Walking Dead' actor A metro Atlanta woman has been sentenced to 10 years probation for stalking a star of "The Walking Dead." According to the Fulton County District Attorney, 25-year-old Kathryn Boykin pleaded guilty to aggravated stalking for harassing actor Daniel May and ... 09/1/2015 - 10:08 pm | View Link
Fear The Walking Dead Manages Another Massive Audience for Episode Two 'So Close, Yet So Far' After last week's record breaking pilot episode of Fear the Walking Dead, the numbers show that, despite a dip in numbers, audiences were still well onboard the zombie train this week! Sunday night's episode two of Fear the Walking Dead, "So Close, Yet So ... 09/1/2015 - 8:46 pm | View Link
Fear The Walking Dead': Sneak Peek Into Episode 3 There will be a hiatus from AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead next week due to the Labor day holiday in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean there were no teaser videos were released to tie fans over until September 13 when it returns. WARNING: This article ... 09/1/2015 - 6:39 pm | View Link
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William Denali — it just doesn’t make sense
Let me explain about William McKinley Jr., the son of William McKinley Sr., who was an iron maker, a Methodist minister and the inventor of the lightbulb — a credit that has been denied to him by Thomas Edison, the same man who drove Nikola Tesla to an early grave.
 Tesla didn’t kill any elephants.
McKinley was shot in Buffalo (of course) by Leon Czolgosz (rhymes with “room”), who was a Croatian anarchist.
Just lonely William Denali, the president just after Grover Cleveland.
Rotten tomatoes, putrid fruit, McKinley, McKinley, hoot, hoot, hoot.
Did you know that Millie the Moose was invited to the Oval Office?
 she was pardoned on that ugly vehicular homicide charge.
Alaskans have a mountain called Denali, an ugly, tall, snowy thing so unlike Campbell Hill.
“Denali” means “Death to capitalist swine” in Croatian.
 a bill is before Congress to rename Denali after William McKinley.
 Alaskans need a dead white guy to worship just like everyone else.
People from Fairbanks would go south (yes!) to gather at the foot of Mount Denali and read from McKinley’s (Denali’s) first inaugural speech, legal in 17 states for use as a sleep aid.
Didn’t make it out to Burning Man this year? The next best thing just might be to invest in an exquisite new book that makes the Nevada desert festival — which ends Monday — come alive on the page. “Art of Burning Man” (Taschen; $59.99) showcases 280 pages of photos that NK Guy, a Canadian writer and photographer who lives in Britain, shot over the past 16 years.
 as the Ardenwood Historic Farm, it continues as a working farm and offers a rare opportunity to learn firsthand about agricultural life from a bygone era.
At the Patterson house, docents dressed in period attire lead visitors on tours through the restored, two-story Victorian, which contains original furnishings that belonged to the family.
The Naturalist Programs offers educational programs for schools and groups by reservation during the week, but on weekends, any visitor to Ardenwood can watch farm chore demonstrations, assist with feeding the animals and help plant, care for and harvest the organic crops.
Featuring two antique locomotives — an 1890 steam tank porter named the Ann Marie and an Antelope and Western #1 1889 tank porter engine — it also includes handcar and steam train rides, model railroads, live music and food.
Marcus Shelby, the jazz bassist and composer whose swinging music is often fueled by his passion for history and social justice, just finished a monthlong run at Berkeley Rep accompanying Anna Deavere Smith in her new multi-voiced solo work, “Notes From the Field: Doing Time in Education.” It deals with the so-called school-to-prison pipeline that funnels mostly poor young people of color into the unforgiving criminal justice system, a subject even more relevant now, in this post-Ferguson moment, than when Smith wrote the piece.