Some would argue that having half of the remaining Beatles perform together at the “Grammy’s Salute," which is being recording the day after the Awards, would be much better than the Grammy Awards itself. I am not ashamed to say that I am one of those people, and we would have a pretty heated debate if you thought otherwise.
I just spent my entire Sunday afternoon watching the third series of BBC's "Sherlock." The entirety of the third series came out in the UK quite a while ago, but I never got around to watching it. I had to go to work, I was busy with school, I was simply too lazy to get my laptop out; these are several reasons I had for waiting so long to watch.
Early Thursday morning, Jan. 23, 19 year old pop-sensation, Justin Bieber was arrested for drag racing and a DUI in Miami Beach, FL. Not exactly a surprise, with recent run-ins with local law enforcement and the arrest of rapper Lil Za in Bieber’s home. Many people, including myself, were left anticipating his approaching incarceration.
Last week, as I was walking out of the cafeteria, I was caught up in the bottleneck traffic jam of the main door. As I struggled past all of my peers to try and get to my Link Crew advisory on time, a massive linebacker of a guy plowed right into me.
The most beautiful moment of science fiction in the history of television, the 50th anniversary of the British television show, “Doctor Who” came to life. Airing across the globe on Nov. 23, at 1:50 p.m. CST., the world went silent in anticipation. Whovians around the world waited in awe of what could be the most epic moment in television history.
I was sitting on my bed after finishing all my homework, and something red catches my eye. It’s my Nintendo DS sitting there with the green light flashing on and off beckoning me to pick it up and start playing.