posted Oct 27 2014 3:57PM
BBC News reports, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody is a good song for people to listen to if they feel unwell or down, a poll suggests.
A ComRes survey for BBC local radio for Faith in the World Week, which is exploring the healing power of music, offered 1,000 people 10 choices.
Dancing Queen by Abba came second, with Happy by Pharrell Williams in joint third with "classical music" generally.More than two-thirds of those polled said they like listening to music when they do not feel well.And nearly nine-out-of-ten of respondents agreed that listening to music can make people feel better when they are sick or facing difficult times.
posted Oct 22 2014 4:43PM
Someone was about to have a crazy party! "A semi truck carrying 44,000 pounds of Miller High Life beer stolen Monday at an Orlando truck stop has been recovered in Miami" according to the Orlando Sentinal.
"The driver, Van Thomas, who has been a trucker for years, bought the semi just three weeks ago to start a company of his own. He was en route from Texas to Pompano Beach when he made the stop in Orlando.
That was when detectives say thieves drove off with the truck, which was carrying about 9,700 four-packs of Miller High Life, equaling 44,000 pounds and 38,800 cans of 16-ounce beer.
Thomas received a call from detectives Tuesday telling him the truck was recovered in Miami with most of the cargo in two. Detectives are still trying to figure out who stole the truck."
posted Oct 14 2014 4:35PM
The Foo Fighters are appearing all this week on David Letterman and last night they did an amazing cover of War Pigs. The band will appear over five nights on the show this week with special guests joining them each night. Last night they were joined by Zac Brown, who appears on the band's new album 'Sonic Highways', for a live cover of Black Sabbath's 1970 hit.
Watch it here!
posted Oct 9 2014 4:30PM
This is too cool not to share. In San Diego, a street performer with no arms played a really cool version of 3 Doors Down's Kryptonite using only his feet. The guy is apparently somewhat of a local celebrity and does a really good job on the song. You have to give a hand to anyone who can play like that, or a foot!
posted Oct 6 2014 4:31PM
Time.com is reporting that there will be a movie based on Tetris. "Are you sitting down? Please, tell me you're sitting down. Because, Tetris will be coming to a theater near you.
The company is determined to turn the classic blockbusting game into aspectator sport — but for a movie. That's right, there is going to be a Tetris movie. And according to Threshold Entertainment CEO Larry Kasanoff, "It's a very big, epic sic-fi movie."