Maker's Mark was considering reducing the alcohol content in its whiskey as a way to meet high demands, but due to fans' complaints, the company is changing its plans.
'Love those Beach Boys
Despite riding the wave of success for more than 50 years, founding member Mike Love of The Beach Boys is anything but bored.
Christian entertainers ready to rock arena
Top Christian performers will join together for one big evening of music.
"Grown Ups 2" razzed
"Grown Ups 2" is making the most noise at this year's Golden Raspberry Awards
12 annoying songs of Christmas
It's that time of year, when Christmas songs fill shops, restaurants and your home. While anything on repeat can drive you mad, these 12 tunes are some of the most annoying.
6 creative ways to use your Thanksgiving leftovers
The day of eating has passed and the fridge is full of leftovers. Check out our Pinterest board of recipes and creative ways to make meals from the remnants of Thanksgiving.
Engagement ring lost, found on wedding-eve bike ride across Iowa
When a bride-to-be lost her engagement ring while cycling across the state of Iowa last week, finding it again seemed like an impossible task.
Penn State prof lends zombie expertise to World War Z
In a scene of the movie "World War Z," hundreds — maybe thousands — of virus-infected people swarm at the base of a wall in Jerusalem to find more humans to bite and infect. These zombies then form a human ladder to charge over the wall, which Israel's government had put up in the hope of sparing the city the wrath of the creatures.
A professor at Penn State had something to do with that part of the movie.
Paula Deen's 'Today' appearance ends in tears
Paula Deen dissolved into tears during a "Today" show interview Wednesday about her admission that she used a racial slur in the past, saying anyone in the audience who's never said anything they've regretted should pick up a rock and throw it at her head.
Movie Review | 'White House Down' doesn't live up to expectations
"Independence Day", The Day After Tomorrow" and "2012" were guilty pleasures — excessive in every way, from their frenetic Wile E. Coyote action sequences down to their impressive A-list casts. And they worked. But while Emmerich's "White House Down" mostly sticks to the same formula, this latest cinematic assault on the Oval Office fails to deliver on the campaign promise that it will be as fun as the original "Die Hard."
For pastors, tattoos as symbols of faith
As the spiritual leader for two United Church of Christ congregations, the Rev. Richard Lindsay-Bignell found a way to combine his love of the ministry and his passion for art.
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