'GMA' celebrates National Talk Like a Pirate Day
Long John Silver’s restaurants, a sponsor of “Good Morning America,” introduces its deep-fried Twinkie live in Times Square.
Students at Wylie High School in Texas were greeted by some early Christmas cheer when they arrived for class on Wednesday. Their principal, Virdie Montgomery, was dressed in a fantastically festive elf costume —- candy cane-striped tights, pointy hat and all -- sitting high atop the school's
Friday marks a momentous occasion for the Krispy Kreme brand: its 77th birthday, and to celebrate, the iconic doughnut chain is implementing one of its new CEO’s strategies for success: going social. In past years, Krispy Kreme has taken advantage of its birthday and occasions like “Talk Like a
A look back at some great moments with Josh as he leaves to return to his roots in sports.
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Oreo cookies have been celebrating 100 years of dunking in grand fashion over the past 100 days, with a social media campaign, in equal parts whimsical and aggressive, that has had enormous reach. Today the campaign comes to an end after multiple agencies and a...
President Obama today posted this picture on Twitter, tweeting, “Arrr you in?” The photo of the president conversing with a pirate in the Oval Office was tweeted in celebration of the 10th anniversary of “International Talk Like A Pirate Day,” held annually Sept. 19. Leave...
Across the World, Millions are Celebrating What has Become a Beloved Tradition
No need to break out the parrot and sword - talking like a pirate will be enough.