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Showtime Punches the Right Ticket for The Comedy Store

Per Matt Stand-up comedy of the ’70s changed show business forever. Who knew all it would take was a divorcee with three kids running a nightclub as if the comedians were her own family to kickstart it all? This is… Continue Reading →

Saturdays in the South = SEC Football

Per Matt Never worship your heroes. But in the South, it’s a way of life. Tradition. Reverence. Familiarity. Pageantry. And Family. These are only a handful of elements involved with college football, which brings people together each year who might… Continue Reading →

Doomsday Caught on Camera

It’s the end of the world and destruction sells. Let’s face it, in 2020, after already experiencing so many disasters, what else can you expect from an all-new television series debuting this year? As just about every unusual event seems… Continue Reading →

Apocalypse Earth Brings Extreme Weather to Life

Per Matt A man walks into a bar in Louisiana and asks for a Corona and two hurricanes. The bartended replies, “That’ll be $20.20.”

Nat Geo’s SharkFest Bites!

Hunt. Kill. Eat or be eaten. What’s a summer without sharks? Since many movie theaters are currently closed to the general public (yet there’s still no sequel to The Meg) and my main source of entertainment being basic cable (not… Continue Reading →

The Food That Built America Celebrates Independence Day

Per Matt Independence Day conjures a variety of images in my mind. You’ve got your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. You’ve got food grilling and a variety of summer dishes to eat, while staying out… Continue Reading →

Mapping Success for Lost Gold of World War II

It takes a certain type of personality to endure the continuous hardships brought on by being a treasure hunter. Not only is the every-day work difficult, but there’s so many other obstacles that must be overcome, especially when it comes… Continue Reading →

Quarantine Life Provokes More Ghost Adventures

Per Matt What happens to paranormal investigators who rile up dark entities during the high-panic and high-anxiety times of a pandemic? That’s a topic the Ghost Adventures Crew hopes to explore during the four-part miniseries, Quarantine: Perimeter of Fear.

Digging Toward Debt: Oak Island’s True Curse

Oak Island’s 225-year-old mystery has sparked the imagination of millions throughout the years as its long-held ties to historical heavyweights have been many, including the Ark of the Covenant, the Templar Knights, Blackbeard the Pirate, William Shakespeare and many, many… Continue Reading →

Will Oak Island Finally Drain the Swamp?

In case you might have been hiding under a rock, for four weeks and endless commercials, the History Channel has really hyped up The Curse of Oak Island‘s Season 7 with multiple recap shows (including Top 25 Finds, The Top… Continue Reading →

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