William Randolph Hearst News
The 10 Best Beach Hotels in the Caribbean
Many U.S. beaches become enjoyable again once now that summer weather hits. But there are still quite a few reasons to plan a Caribbean summertime escape; hotel prices are much lower than the ones you'll find over the holidays and spring break, you won't have to worry so much about the kids'
Manhattan Hotel Honors the End of ‘Mad Men’
“ Mad Men ” may be littered with great plot lines and iconic characters, but the real star of the show for many fans has always been New York City. The AMC series is a celebration of sorts of the style, fashion and in some cases decadence of a city that show creator Matthew Weiner went to great
Kansas City vs. San Francisco: How the Rival World Series Cities Stack Up
The baseball season all comes down to this -- one final game tonight to decide 2014’s champion: the Kansas City Royals against the San Francisco Giants for baseball immortality in Game 7. This is the first time the World Series has reached a seventh game since 2011, when the St. Louis Cardinals
The World Has Changed So Much During Vin Scully's Announcing Career
Vin Scully is timeless. The 86-year-old Hall of Fame baseball announcer will return for his 66th season with the Dodgers next season, a record. "God willing, I will be back next year," he said in a statement released by the team. "Naturally there will come a time when I have to say goodbye, but
Beverly Hills Estate With Starring Roles in Movies on Sale for $135M
The stunning Beverly Hills estate known for being featured in movies such as “The Godfather” and “The Bodyguard” is on the market for a whopping $135 million. The iconic mansion, also known as the Beverly House Compound, was once owned by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress ...
Bank Robbery a Fading Vocation In Internet Age: A Look Back at the Greats
What's the career outlook for bank robbery? Not good, if you mean the classic hands-on heists perfected by "Pretty Boy" Floyd, John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson or Bonnie and Clyde. In the digital age, says the FBI, fewer and fewer guys (and dolls) are bursting into banks with tommy guns, yelling,
Jell-O Reborn In New Ad Campaign
If you haven't thought a lot about Jell-O lately, it turns out you're not alone. The Kraft Foods Group soon will be fixing that. In fact, they started fixing it yesterday, unveiling the first in what will be a series of new commercials extolling the cold, wiggling, gelatinous, green (if it isn't
For George Washington, the Constitution Was a Cheat Sheet
In his first year as the first president, George Washington studied the United States' brand-new Constitution and decided he'd better take some notes. So he read the parts that applied to him — like controlling the Army and the Navy, and having the power to write treaties. And next to those
'Newsies'' Jeremy Jordan Dishes on Broadway Hit
Musical is based on a classic Disney movie that has developed a cult following.