Paulino García hitchhiked from Spain to Paris, traveled to Tel Aviv to work on a kibbutz, made friends with students at the Sorbonne by translating song lyrics and eventually got a job working for Hanna-Barbera, which lead him to America and eventually a job at Disney.
From the Vault Archive
Hundreds of fans gathered at the steps of Los Angeles City Hall last year to pay tribute to Adam West, the actor best known for playing Batman in the 1960s TV show. We were there when they projected the Batsignal onto the side of city hall.
In honor of LGBTQ Pride month, last year Molly Regan talked about her journey to accept and embrace her bisexuality.
In this epic five-part series, Tony Marion chronicles his mother's quest to take down the forgotten 90s alt rock band The Toadies.
In 2015, Jim Ross talked to us about his life as a ring announcer, his post-WWE career and the chances he’d ever go back to calling wrestling full-time.
Last year, we talked to Lauren Lapkus about her dual podcasting and acting careers, including 2016’s Comedy Bang Bang tour, her charming improvised scenes in Jurassic World and her portrayal of a surprisingly-sympathetic adulterer in Pete Holmes’ Crashing. We also get to the bottom of whether or
Two Star Wars posts from the vault in honor of Star Wars Day.
In 2015, OK Go stopped in Baltimore as part of their North American tour and we were on hand to cover it. If you missed it then, enjoy our photos and show recap now.
Prepare yourself for Avenger: Infinity War with Joel Murphy's humorous look at Hawkeye's struggles to be accepted by the rest of the group.
In 2014, we talked to Glenn Howerton about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's longevity, the differences between acting on your own show and someone else's (Fargo) and how his parents talked him out of being a scientist.