"Hello?" has been a response we've been giving to a ringing phone since the telephone was invented. On this date March 7, back in 1876 Alexander Graham Bell got his U.S. Patent for the telephone or as basically read in the patent, the system to carry a voice.
On this date back in 1981, Walter Cronkite signed off the CBS Evening News for the last time. Dan Rather stepped in for about 25 years, followed by Katie Couric for five and now the CBS Evening News is read by Scott Pelley.
I know it pales in comparison to 9-11, but today is the 20-year anniversary of the World Trade Center bombings, which killed six and injured over 1000. I was living in Saint John taking broadcasting at the time and I remember seeing the pictures from CNN and the whole thing unfold in real time.
Neck-biting boner lust, bisexuality and headless orgies are apparently pretty old news, judging from these ancient pornographic images that date back to nearly 4,000 years ago. We always knew Captain Caveman was secretly a freak.
The Waterville Opera House was awarded 2012 Community Service Project of the Year by the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. Last year The Opera House Association finished a $5 million renovation project of the Waterville Opera House.
On this day in1885 some doofus from Belgium named King Leopold II decided to claim the Congo Free State -- a large area in Central Africa -- as "his," which is apparently something you could decide in the 1800s.
In September, British researchers believed they had made a pretty startling discovery while digging under a car park in Leicester, which is about 100 miles southeast of London. They had come upon what they thought were the remains of King Richard III, who died fighting the forces of Henry Tudor …