“New Harry Potter Book” (stop lying to me!)
Every time I see the headline “New Harry Potter book,” my brain turns a somersault. My blood races. My heart pounds. I see stars. I laugh. I cry.[Read more...]
This week has been a tough one for Linkin Park fans. The American rock band’s lead singer, Chester Bennington, reportedly committed suicide in his private L.A. residence on Thursday.
In remembrance of Chester Bennington, and to[Read more...]
If you haven’t yet heard the news, BBC just announced that, for the first time ever since its premiere in 1963, Doctor Who will played by a woman. It took us 54 years and 13[Read more...]
If you live in the South or on the East Coast of the U.S., you’re probably not looking forward to the humidity this summer. Heat you can handle, but when the heat takes liquid form[Read more...]
July 14 is Bastille Day is France – the equivalent of Independence Day in the U.S. It marks the anniversary of the day when a group of incensed French citizens stormed the Bastille Prison in[Read more...]
If you don’t remember from your high school English class, Henry David Thoreau is the author of Walden. A book, first published in 1854, that describes his life in a cabin in the woods, where[Read more...]
Despite the fact that the two episode series premiere of TNT’s Will aired just yesterday (July 10), the show about the lost years of William Shakespeare already has a fan-base. BAE Daily was ready for the[Read more...]
The new TNT show Will is by no means the first time Will Shakespeare has made an appearance in pop culture. Here’s a roundup of the Bard of Avon’s cameos in the media lately (or[Read more...]
Americans are dumb
Remember that time NPR tweeted The Declaration of Independence, and some people thought they were trying to oust Trump?
Yeah, that happened.
On July 4, NPR started tweeting the whole Declaration from the beginning, one line[Read more...]