Danny Groner has spent several years working in the fields of media, journalism and publishing. He specializes in writing about people, events, ideas, and the world we live in. "With such an extensive area of expertise, this guy is a walking Wikipedia," said one blogger.
Watch These 13 Famous Athletes Cry in Public
Tom Hanks's character Jimmy Dugan famously said in 'A League Of Their Own' that "There's no crying in baseball." But that warning hasn't stopped some of professional sports' top players from showing their softer side from time to time. Here's a look back at sports' most memorable crying athletes.
5 Amazing Fans Who Caught Foul Balls Without Dropping Their Beers
We've all seen fans at sporting events try to match the competitors on the field from time to time. As the ball flies toward them, they make valiant efforts to grab a souvenir. Some are armed with gloves, while others choose instead to duck and cover...
10 Coaches Who Were Rehired By Their Former Teams
The coaching carousel goes 'round and 'round, and where it stops... is sometimes in a familiar place. The Cleveland Cavaliers re-hired Mike Brown on Wednesday, welcoming back the coach who steered the team to its first NBA Finals in 2007. Here's a look at 10 guys who got a chance to guide a team a second time...
10 Athletes Who Lived With Their Parents as Adults
The next time someone gives you a hard time for living with your parents as an adult, you can point to these famous athletes who did the same thing for some period of time while they were playing or after they hung it up. Some athletes did it to save money, others weren't sure about their future and a select few wanted to take care of their aging folks...
The 10 Best Female College Basketball Players of All Time
There's been lots of chatter around the NBA about whether Baylor center Brittney Griner, a 6-foot-8 senior, could hack it with the men in the NBA. Mark Cuban said earlier this week that he'd take a look at Griner and consider drafting her...
10 Funniest Top Ten Lists Delivered By Athletes on ‘The Late Show’
Athletes who transcend their sports or help win a big game have the rare opportunity to cash in on the entertainment circuit. For some, that means getting the call to come read the 'Top Ten' on 'The Late Show with David Letterman.' However, not all athletes are as, um, qualified as others to bring the funny...
The 10 Weirdest Oscar Moments Ever
Everyone will be glued to their TVs on Sunday for the Academy Awards, a night that both entertainers and fans will be talking about in the days that follow. One of the great traditions of the annual ceremony celebrating the best of the past year of Hollywood is how unpredictable and outrageous it can get...
Martin Luther King and 10 Other Famous ‘Juniors’
Today people will stop and reflect about the legacy of the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. — one of a number of famous people who made marks of their own despite having names that ended with "Junior." Dr. King's father was also a minister who inspired many followers, but obviously his son reached even greater heights. Here's a look back at ten other famous Juniors. Read
10 Other Objects We Drop on New Year’s
Everyone knows about the ball that drops in New York City's Times Square to mark the start of a new calendar year. What you may not realize, though, is that other cities around the nation have similar traditions that entertain and enthrall their local communities. Here's a look at some of the odder traditions that will be taking place in America tonight:
10 Couples Who Met on TV Show Sets
For as long as Hollywood's small and big screen industries have existed, actors have found unexpected romantic interests between takes. There are stories of long-term love like that of Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa who met while shooting 'All My Children' in 1995, and eloped the next year...
20 Classic Board Game Commercials
With new technology and video games, kids today are turning to small screens for their entertainment. But not so long ago you'll recall a time when board games were all the rage.
10 Active NBA Players Who Suffer From Conditions or Disorders
Houston Rockets rookie forward Royce White is unhappy with how the team is handling his anxiety disorder, and he's turned to Twitter to vent about it. On Tuesday night, White released a statement saying, "As a rookie, I want to settle into a team and make progress; but since preseason, the Rockets have been inconsistent with their agreement to proactively create a healthy and successful relat