World War II Vet in Iconic Photo Dies

World War II Vet in Iconic Photo Dies

The World War II veteran in the iconic kissing photo in Times Square that became famous for representing the end of the war has died. Glenn Edward McDuffie died March 9 at a nursing home in Texas. McDuffie became well-known after claiming multiple times that he was the man in the World War II-era photo […]

Boston Beer Pulls out of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Boston Beer Pulls out of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Boston Beer Co. has pulled out of the city’s huge St. Patrick’s Day parade due to organizers placing restrictions on LGBT veterans wishing to march. The beer company, which is owned by billionaire Jim Koch and produces the popular Sam Adams beer, was going to be the parade sponsor until it canceled yesterday. The decision […]

United Airlines to Offer Free Streaming

United Airlines to Offer Free Streaming

United Airlines will soon be offering free inflight streaming capabilities for its customers. The legacy airline is improving upon their inflight entertainment options by allowing users to stream movies and TV through their mobile devices on the plane. The airline will request users download an iOS app that allows them to view up to 150 […]