- Want to live like the Dutton Family? You can stay at the ranch where the show is filmed
- Nyheim Hines of the Indianapolis Colts to Wear Cleats for Muscular Dystrophy Association on Game Day Sunday, December 5
- ViewMyID Health Announces Beta Launch of Innovative Medical ID Platform
- Jennifer Aniston, Gabrielle Union, Allison Tolman, Kathryn Hahn Join ‘The Facts of Life’ Special
- Zimmer Biomet Announces Early Results and Upsize of its Tender Offers for Certain Outstanding Debt Securities
- FormAssembly Releases "Workflow," Marking the Largest Product Development in the Company's History and Breaking New Ground for Process Innovation
- Hulu Comedy Series ‘PEN15’ to End With Season 2
- ‘La Brea’ Finale, Remembering George Michael, More DC Crossovers on ‘Flash,’ HBO’s ‘Life of Crime’
Even though we’d be hard-pressed these days to find someone who traveled by sleigh to Thanksgiving dinner at grandmother’s house, it’s a safe bet that during this extended holiday weekend, there are a number of memories shared, and stories told, about our parents and grandparents.
I’m about to turn 75. I’ve always wanted to be a grumpy old man. Over the years, I thought I had made a lot of headway in this area, especially in the getting older part, which is easy. I also found myself getting progressively grumpier, as well. Or so I thought.
Director Jason Reitman is taking over the reigns of his father Ivan’s “Ghostbusters” franchise, and the results are a mixed bag. On one hand, the new film is truer to the spirit of the original “Ghostbusters” than the misguided 2016 reboot (stupid controversy over the casting aside). On the …