In Part II of the saga, Crazy Eddie gets pumped, dumped, washed through Panama, lionized by distracted accountants, and eventually ratted out.
Thirty years ago we were glued to our televisions night after night, hooked on epic stories. Here are some of the best of them.
Part II of my look at 1980s cinema serves up a fantasy epic, space history and an eerie and disturbing horror film, among others.
A consortium of environmental historians enjoyed my article on the Thanksgiving storm of 1983.
My continued investigation into my own weather memories brought me face-to-face with an ominous warning on climate change.
I have haunting memories of a snowstorm on a Thanksgiving weekend when I was 11. I decided to research that event, and here's what I found.
It was here that "Moose Murders," a play so bad it closed after one performance, premiered--and closed--in 1983.
The various environments portrayed in the Star Wars films say a lot about how we view nature and human relationships to it.
I'm reblogging this article from 2013 today because this day (June 13) is the 32nd anniversary of the day that Pioneer 10 officially left the [...]
For two terrifying hours, a mammoth wall of dust turned one of Australia's largest cities into a vision of Hell.