The show is set in the town of Long Beach, and crews have done a lot of filming here for the series’ first season, filming exteriors at several locations, including Bluff Park, a residence on 46th Street and the...
The man hasn’t been born who hasn’t confused opposites from time to time — who’s said “yes,” when clearly he meant “no,” or who’s misunderstood the subtle nuances between “up” and “down” or in the instance of the matter...
Jim Danno, of the Long Beach Public Works Department, is on his hands and knees in the Pike Outlets parking garage, holding an electric grinder that's screaming heavy-metal racket at a signpost anchor, a fountain of sparks reflecting in...
Stuff has been building up in the Breakers Hotel since it was built in 1926, and almost all of it’s gotta go in order to give the building’s next incarnation, as a boutique hotel, a fresh start when it...
One song-psych in London has compiled a list of more than 2,000 songs, but she’s also noted that there’s no noticeable consensus over the most common ditties that get lodged in people’s brains to spin out a constant loop.
Prolonged playing of songs including Tibetan chants, Christmas carols and Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” along and other random noises, at intense volume were famously used to try to get Branch Davidians to surrender at the...
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