The internet has ruined that special experience of standing in line to get concert tickets to see your favorite performers, such as Elvis Presley and Jimmy Buffet. Or waiting in a car while you mother bought tickets.
Samsung’s new 219-inch television known as “the wall” was unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, also known as Nerdvana. Who wants to watch “Judge Judy” or cable news at that size?
Alexandria Cortez-Ocasio is everything the far right hates — supporting health care for all, advocating for college students, proposing higher taxes on the super-rich and connecting with youth and women. And dancing.
Atlanta United victory in the Major League Soccer Cup finals gave Georgia a championship in sport that is growing bigger and bigger in the U.S. as American football battles a number of issues, including the Falcons.
There are about 400 people named Abcde in the United States — all of them girls, according to the Social Security Administration. Who knew? As a Southwest employee found out, it’s not a name you should make fun of.
Having both a common first name and a common last name, like Chris Johnson, can be confusing at restaurants, on the phone or even at NFL games. So something inventive needs to be done, like a nickname such as Squirrel.
Hephzibah, Ga., school the Georgia School of Innovation and the Classics will permit corporal punishment, which leads columnist Chris Johnson to ponder the right and wrongs of such action and relive a wanton childhood.