Four Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity brothers, having just graduated from the University of Michigan, decided to reconvene for a collegiate… Read more »
Rock group The Eagles sang about “Hotel California” and that hit songs lyric stated: “You can check out anytime you… Read more »
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Rookie mobster Michael Corleone, in Mario Puzo’s book “The Godfather,” is sent in exile from New York to hide out in Sicily. In the resulting Academy Award-winning movie, director Francis Ford Coppola chose the tiny village of Savoca – population 89 – as the location shoot for those old world scenes starring Al Pacino. Many of them were filmed over a six-week period on the patio of Bar Vitelli, Savocaa’s small, cliff-side café near the location of the church in which Corleone marries Apollonia Vitelli – the daughter, in the story, of the cafés owner.
Imagine, in your travels, driving through a grimy industrial area and, with a voice command, your video-enabled windshield puts you,… Read more »