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Atlantic City Press

Middle’s Olde Tyme Harvest Festival is back with music, food trucks, vendors

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — If you plan to visit the Olde Tyme Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 23, come hungry. At least 15 food vendors will serve up barbecue and bacon, ice cream and pie, and other festival favorites in the Middle Township municipal parking lot. Strategic snack lovers might want to line up early for one of the 500 free mini cupcakes from A Piece of Cake; the treats are first come, first serve.
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9 wins at home since 2017, incredible

I see this stat, and I really can't beleive it. This makes the mid '60s through the '70s look like good times. Kevin Bacon's 'All is fine' GIF from Animal House. I've gone every year for the last 7 years with my buddy and his son.. Walker Gillette : 10/18/2021...

Animal House with Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald

Each week our favorite Veterinarian, Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald shares with us great tips on how to take of the animals in our lives and today it’s all about snakes. Love them or hate them, they are great pets according to Dr. Fitzgerald. Just like any creatures we take on as a house pet, snakes need […]
Atlantic City Press

Middle Township’s Harvest Festival returns Oct. 23

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — The township’s Olde Tyme Harvest Festival returns Oct. 23 after a 2020 COVID-19 cancelation. Ready for its 23rd year, the event will feature carnival rides and inflatables and more than 100 vendors selling crafts along Mechanic Street. Mechanic and Boyd streets will be closed to traffic for...

Biden State Department Still Thinks the Taliban Have Changed

U.S. State Department: The Taliban’s Conduct Is Different Now Than It Was a Month Ago. This past weekend, Taliban political spokesman Suhail Shaheen told the Associated Press that there would be no cooperation with the U.S. government or its allies on containing the increasingly active ISIS terrorist group in Afghanistan. “We are able to tackle Daesh independently,” Shaheen declared.

Olde Tyme Harvest Festival – Saturday October 23rd 10am to 5pm

Middle’s Olde Tyme Harvest Festival is back with music, food trucks and many vendors. Event returning in a big way after COVID cancellation in 2020. The Olde Tyme Harvest Festival will fill the area around Mechanic Street with Halloween and community spirit on Oct. 23. If you plan to visit...

The funniest thing on Twitter right now

Is the lot of coot fans taking shots at Clemson’s win last night and season thus far. Coots should be the last fans to say anything. Their best years were a couple of 11 win seasons and no championships and now they’re just an automatic win for our usual postseason competition. They are Kevin Bacon in Animal House, “Thank you sir may I have another.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger Gifts Danny DeVito a Giant Spliff

What’s a little weed amongst friends, right? Arnold Schwarzenegger played a “prank” on his buddy, fellow actor and co-star of Twins and its sequel Danny DeVito, by giving him a giant cigar filled with marijuana. Although in some people’s eyes, that’s not a prank — it’s the best gift ever.
Game Informer Online

Unsighted Review – The Ultimate 'Beat The Clock' Challenge

Unsighted combines entertaining and thoughtful combat and engrossing exploration with a devilish premise. As Alma, you’re a human-like automaton who awakens with amnesia and faces two problems. First, your partner, Raquel, is missing. Second, the world has lost its Anima, the energy source that gives automatons emotion and free will. When an automaton runs out of Anima, it devolves into an Unsighted, a mindless monster. Alma’s action-adventure romp becomes a genuine race against the clock to spare as many friends as possible from this fate.
No Film School

What Are David Fincher's 26 Favorite Films?

David Fincher is a perfectionist and a student of the game. No matter what he does, he goes into a project with a breadth of knowledge, a vision, and a list of his influences. Just look at how he mirrored shots from Citizen Kane in Mank. You can see Fincher's other favorite movies in his work as well.

How Ivan Reitman Knew His Son Was The Right Man For A ‘Ghostbusters’ Sequel

After Ivan Reitman arrived in Hollywood, he did big business working on films that starred Saturday Night Live cast members: National Lampoon’s Animal House with John Belushi, and Meatballs and Stripes with Bill Murray. Those SNL connections served him especially well when Dan Aykroyd — who he’d first met in Toronto — had a super idea for a supernatural movie. Ghostbusters wound up becoming the biggest box-office hit of 1984, beating out classics like Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Footloose, and Beverly Hills Cop. Now, he’s producing Ghostbusters: Afterlife, a next-generation sequel that takes place 30 years after the events of the original films. It’s also, quite literally, a next-generation film, since Reitman’s son Jason co-wrote the screenplay and directed it. Speaking at New York Comic Con, Ivan Reitman talked about how his son approached him with the idea for Afterlife. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ivan Reitman)

Noah's Animal House reaches major milestone

LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — Noah's Animal House recently hit a major milestone of serving more than 2,000 pets!. Founder Staci Alonso joined us to talk about their mission and how you can get involved.
The Washington

Top 10 All Time Best Drive In Movies You Should Have Seen By 2021

Tobe Hooper produced and directed The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, a 1974 American slasher film based on a plot and screenplay by Hooper and Kim Henkel. Sally Hardesty, Franklin Hardesty, the hitchhiker, the owner, and Leatherface are played by Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain, Edwin Neal, Jim Siedow, and Gunnar Hansen, respectively.

Animal House with Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald

Every week our favorite Veterinarian shares with us some unique and amazing animals. This week, this hairy creature is not one many would want as a pet, but she does draw in a large crowd. You can meet Rosie the Tarantula at the Butterfly Pavilion. The new Spider Pavilion will open at the Butterfly Pavilion […]
Hot Air

Oh my: Amazon looks at leaving Seattle over city council hostility

To paraphrase Animal House, Andy Jassy hasn’t dropped the big one — yet — but he put it in play this week. After years of deteriorating relations with their home city of Seattle and its ultra-progressive city council, Amazon’s CEO made it known that the online giant may look for greener pastures. Citing the city’s hostility toward their presence, Jassy suggested that the suburbs are looking better and better for a new home to its 50,000-employee home base (via Instapundit):