A few people that were born in Duluth or grew up here have gone on to major success in their careers and some have become pretty famous. If we had a Walk Of Fame here these names could be part of the landscape.
Money, power, drivers, personal assistants at your beck and call ... who doesn't occasionally fantasize about being famous? From the pages of those glossy magazines, it seems like celebrities have it all. And it turns out they really do have it all—even heart disease.
As we near the end of National Heart Health Month, it's important to remember that no one is immune to heart disease, not even thos
Let's face it -- as much as we identify with celebrities, we don't really know them. That's why public meltdowns, where they show their peevish, arrogant and sometimes crazy sides, are so darned fascinating. When this happens, our perception of celebs can change forever. Think about it -- will you ever be able to watch 'Braveheart' again without recalling Mel Gibson's racist rants? We think not.
Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:
1920 – The League of Women Voters is founded (More info)
1929 – Seven people, six of them gangster rivals of Al Capone’s gang, are murdered in Chicago in what would come to be known as the Saint Valentine’s Day massacre (More info)
Every year, Barbara Walters releases her list of the ‘Most Fascinating People of the Year.’ The 2011 list includes a couple of people you could probably guess would be on the list.
It also includes more than a few people that will make you scratch your head and ask “did they change the meaning of the word ‘fascinating’?” (Yes, the Kardashians are on the list.)
These are challenging times for the the United States Postal Service. These are also "changing" times.
Ending a policy that has been in place since it's inception, the U.S. Postal Service announced that it will begin featuring images of people who are still alive...