Author Archives: Charles Stockdale

50 Most Popular Country Music Stars

Country musicians, like most musicians today, have been forced to market their craft in the digital age. Digital music sales surpassed physical sales for the first time in 2015, and ...
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50 Best Movies of All Time

What's the greatest movie of all time? This is likely one debate that will rage on forever. This is due in part to evolving tastes, technology, and trends in cinema. ...
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The 25 Busiest Actors in Hollywood

Many would consider the glamorous life of a movie star to be ideal – with fame, fortune, and never ending parties. Yet, there is one often overlooked side of an ...
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Cost of a Movie Ticket the Year You Were Born

For many, a trip to the movie theater can put a serious dent in the wallet. With tickets, popcorn, soda, and candy – the cost quickly adds up. Yet this ...
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30 Best Westerns of All Time

The Western is that most quintessentially American movie art form, the genre that speaks to rugged individualism and raises issues of, for better or worse, what it means to be ...
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50 Top Ranked Colleges That Pay Off the Least

For a special few Americans, such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg, completing college was unnecessary -- perhaps even a hindrance -- to their vision and success. Most ...
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The Most Expensive City in Every State

Aside from a small handful of countries, Americans make the most money in the world. Still, Americans across the country face a high cost of living. While the current median ...
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How Many People Are Alive From the Year You Were Born

The U.S. fertility rate is at its lowest point in history, with 62.5 births per 1,000 women between the ages of 15 and 44. The total fertility rate has been ...
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States Where the Most People Work for the Government

Despite consistent urging from a portion of the American public to slim down government, a large number of residents continue to make a living by working in government. In 2016, ...
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