Anyone who's anyone will recognize Jerry Seinfeld for his NBC show, Seinfeld, that he created in 1988 alongside fellow comedian, Larry David. The show aired until 1998 and is considered one of the best sitcoms of all time still today. Following its historic final episode, Jerry decided to return to his stand up career, and his fans have seen less and less of him on TV and in movies. Popular Everything is diving into what the comedic genius has been up to and is here to give you the insight on where you can find him today.
Game of Thrones fans might recognize the Croatian city of Dubrovnik as the fictitious capital city of the Seven Kingdoms, Kings Landing. For the majority of the series' 8 seasons, the scenes located in Kings Landing were filmed in the Mediterranean coastal city. For the shows second to last episode however, the creators had to get a little creative. Find out the lengths they had to go to make the jaw dropping episode.
The Vegan community continues to grow and not just because of sympathy for animals. Scientists say going vegan is the best thing you can do for our planet.
When you first hear about the prospect of living in a village full of Disney-style castles, you'd assume customers would be flocking to buy one. Unfortunately that didn't happen for the Sarot Group developers, and now they've faced the consequences.
The Grateful Dead and the Lithuanian basketball team are probably one of the best collaborations in both music and sports history. No one could forget the 1962 Centennial Olympic Games when Grateful Dead fans and Lithuanian basketball fans wore the same colors. Although a memorable moment, not many know the heartwarming origin behind this occurrence. If you're a sucker for an underdog story, this one is for you.
Who remembers the infamous subway grate picture of the gorgeous Marilyn Monroe? This may seem like a highlight in the star's career, but the personal issues she was dealing with proved this to be a moment she never forgot, for all the wrong reasons.