Malibu Times > Archives > Life & Arts > Myths Abound in 'The New World' It's been a week now, since the great conflagration gobbled up my canyon and hillsides. Every day I discover more things that survived, or didn't. Not a single tree on all four sides of the house is unscathed. Susan Wojcicki Wants to Sell You YouTube Video Subscriptions YouTube is in the early stages of exploring new subscription services, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told Re/code’s Peter Kafka and Liz Gannes at today’s Code/Mobile conference. Wojcicki wouldn’t offer specifics, but suggested that one option could be an ad-free service. “YouTube right now is ad-supported, which is great because it has enabled us to scale to a billion users; but there are going to be cases where people are going to say, `I don’t want to see the ads, or I want to have a different experience’,” Wojcicki said in an onstage interview.
Billy the Exterminator Season 6 : Episode 1 Monster in the Gulf Premiere Date: Oct 06 2012 TVPG Chivalry is not dead as a damsel in distress pulls over her ant-infested car and enlists Billy s help with this invasive crawling menace. Next, Billy gets a call from good buddy Gator Gary who needs help with a monster Gator that has been reported by the Coast Guard swimming in open water. The Carol Burnett Show Edit Storyline Television show featuring skits by Carol Burnett and her comedy troupe. Powhatan People's Version Note: Many Pocahontas descendents have sent us inquiries regarding membership. Please see our frequently asked questions for information regarding Pocahontas' descendents and Powhatan membership. In 1995, Roy Disney decided to release an animated movie about a Powhatan woman known as "Pocahontas". In answer to a complaint by the Powhatan Nation, he claims the film is "responsible, accurate, and respectful." We of the Powhatan Nation disagree.
Dog the Bounty Hunter Season 8 : Episode 1 And Baby Makes Three Premiere Date: Jan 04 2012 TVPG L Leland has to attend a Lamaze class before he can join the hunt--another Chapman is on the way! But when Dog starts to go after this accused jewelry thief without his fastest son, he learns that this fugitive puts the "R" in runner. Lost From J.J. Abrams, the creator of Alias, comes the action-packed adventure that became a worldwide television event. Stranded on an island that holds many secrets, 48 plane crash survivors must band together if they hope to get home alive. The survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 discover that the island holds many secrets, including a mysterious smoke monster, polar bears, housing and hatches with electricity and hot & cold running water, a group of island residents known as "The Others," and a mysterious man named Jacob.
Puritanism — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts The roots of Puritanism are to be found in the beginnings of the English Reformation. The name “Puritans” (they were sometimes called “precisionists”) was a term of contempt assigned to the movement by its enemies. Although the epithet first emerged in the 1560s, the process through which Puritanism developed had been initiated in the 1530s, when King Henry VIII repudiated papal authority and transformed the Church of Rome into a state Church of England. But the Church of England retained much of the liturgy and ritual of Roman Catholicism and seemed, to many dissenters, to be insufficiently reformed.
American Pickers Featuring a little-known side of the antiques business, American Pickers follows the adventures of Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, two professional 'pickers' who travel the back roads of the nation in search of Americana gold. Part sleuths, part antiques experts, and part cultural historians, Mike and Frank have a knack for finding hidden treasures in the most unusual places. And, from a 1930s Ferris wheel, to a life-sized, hand-carved statue of Elvis, they scour the backwoods and dirt tracks of the US to unearth collectible relics with historical and pop culture value. It's touch and go as to whether they make money on the deal - sometimes they win, sometimes they lose. The uncertainty is all part of the fun watching American Pickers .
Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith? by Stan Birchfield Did Pocahontas actually save Captain John Smith, or did Smith make up the story in order to gain popularity? Professor J. A. Leo Lemay of the University of Delaware has recently written a book on the subject in which he argues convincingly that the story is true. Ace of Cakes Meet Chef Duff. Shaping cakes with drill saws and blowtorches, and staffing his bakery with fellow rock musicians, he's not your typical baker. However, he's one of the most sought-after decorative cake makers in the country.