Caddyshack

The actor turned a missed putt into an amazing shot that was pure entertainment.
Until we find that proverbial dye that turns the water blue when kids (and adults) pee, we need to be alert and maintain cleanliness of water to stay healthy.
Copyright 2016 by Jerry Zezima "To cover my whole nose," I replied, "I'd need a sombrero. Or a beach umbrella." "You're a
My caddying career was littered with mistakes. Initially, my instinct was to manage these mistakes like the stand-up person my parents raised: with ignorance. I'd silently walk alongside my player, dodging eye contact, hoping the awkwardness would blow out over the Pacific.
Depending on which source you believe, there are between one and two dozen -- yes, you read that right, dozen -- films opening this Friday in New York. Here is a brief look at a half-dozen of them.
I'm enjoying a wonderful turkey dinner at my parents' house when out of the blue my mother says: "Before you go home, be sure to take a look at the wild animal in the garage."
There's no accounting for taste, as evidenced by the foolhardy reception certain cinematic gems initially garner. These 16
2. He wants to return to the theater. Asked what he wants to do that he hasn't done yet, Murray immediately said, "Oh, I'd
Witnesses said the Ghostbusters star started to make a speech encouraging the children to make the most of their childhood
We've rounded up a handful of trippy drug scenes that can accompany the herbal remedies you enjoy on Easter Sunday (or 4
Yesterday at work I overheard that Harold Ramis had passed. I was in strategy mode on a new project, intrigued by its odd combination of variables. On the drive home, the news started to sink in. It was one of those.
Ramis represented all of us who have struggled, all of us who have not gone the conventional route, who have not ended up in medicine or law, for instance.
As the hash tag #egonbutnotforgotten floats around Twitter, I'll remember Harold Ramis as a writer more than an actor. His comedies viciously attacked plutocracies and he openly wanted to be disliked.
You will be missed, Harold Ramis, Just this past weekend, I saw the Blu-ray for “Vacation” in a discount bin and decided
In the ten years since I co-founded a brand agency, I've often been asked, "Who or what is your greatest professional influence?" And while I'd love to say something intellectual, the truth is, much of the wisdom I refer to on a daily basis comes from the comedic films of the 1980s.
Clubs can't discourage golfers from motoring around like members of Rommel's tank corps if there's no one available to lug their 40-pound leather bags. That's why private club managers are trolling local high schools, trying to raise a new model army of "ambulatory valets."
The Masters is here and golf is on the brain. As Tiger Woods and more golf legends take the course at Augusta National, HuffPost
April Fools' Day may be the only day when it's publicly acceptable to prank someone, but thanks to a few of our favorite