Arts & Pop Culture

Seconds of Jim Bouton

Jim Bouton -- Baseball Player/Author

07/12/2019

Updated on 07/13/2019

“You spend a good piece of your life gripping a baseball and in the end it turns out that it was the other way around all the time.” — Jim Bouton (1939 – 2019)   It was sad news to learn of the passing of Jim Bouton yesterday, one of the most fascinating and notorious sports figures in U.S. baseball…read more

“Wolf Totem” — The Second Song Released by The Hu

01/08/2019

Updated on 01/21/2019

Mongolia isn’t exactly the first place you’d think of when you think “heavy metal music”. Although the musical genre has touched most of the world, it’s still somewhat astonishing that it found its way onto the Mongolian steppe. For The Hu, it’s all just music. The Hu is a Mongolian heavy metal band that has been taking the internet by…read more

The Year in Google Search — the Second-Ranked Google Searches for 2018

12/14/2018

Updated on 12/21/2018

The world’s second-ranked Google search queries of 2018.

The Second Host of The Tonight Show

11/03/2018

The Tonight Show is an American late-night talk-show that has been airing on NBC since 1954. The first person to regularly play host on the show was comedian Steve Allen who was on the show from 1954 to 1957. As for who technically was the second host depends on, like so many other “seconds” on SilverMedals.net, how you define the…read more

Armored Command — Burt Reynolds’ Second Feature Film

09/17/2018

Updated on 10/26/2018

By the time Burt Reynolds signed up for the movie Armored Command (Allied Artists, 1961), his second full-length feature movie, he had already put together a respectable resumé as a stage and TV actor having appeared in at least 15 television shows in not only bit parts but in regular roles. An ex-athlete from Florida with a rugged sexiness that…read more

Second Episode of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

Screen shot from the second episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

06/28/2018

Updated on 10/26/2018

It may seem like hyperbole to write that Fred Rogers was one of the finest human beings ever to appear on American television, but he really was a good guy. A musician, a minister, a teacher, a producer, director, actor, and a student of early childhood development, Rogers dedicated the greater part of his personal and professional life toward teaching…read more