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Here’s a Halloween postcard from the strange world of Big Appetites, a book that made its author, Christopher Boffoli, a finalist for a James Beard Award. Boffoli has shared a collection of his best candy-themed shots, in honor of the year’s sweetest and scariest holiday. Just be glad you don’t have to fix the peanut Read More
Lady Gaga commissioned artist Jeff Koons to create a nude sculpture of herself for her next album’s artwork, and she tweeted the image on Monday. The sculpture itself is set to be displayed as part of a special art show celebrating the November release of “Artpop.” What do you think of the artwork? Too risque? Read More
After falsely accusing Will Smith and his kids, Willow and Jaden Smith, of reacting in shock at Miley Cyrus’ MTV VMAs performance, the Internet righted itself Monday, declaring that the family wasn’t really reacting in shock to anything at all. Numerous websites shared a photo of the family during the awards show, claiming they were Read More
From what we can tell, the main requirements for the weekend festival were jean shorts, flowers and sunglasses.
Geraldo Rivera made the Internet avert its eyes over the weekend when he tweeted a half-naked photo of himself looking in the bathroom mirror. The 70-year-old’s selfie, which came with the assertion “70 is the new 50,” was later taken down by Rivera, who tweeted the following on Sunday: Note to self: no tweeting after Read More
I’d like for you to read this blog, and then try explain it to someone else, out loud, without sounding incredibly bizarre. A WordPress blogger has done some very scientific research and found that Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis is clearly not a real feminist hero because she used to look frumpy as a frizzy-haired Read More
Miss Connecticut won the Miss USA pageant Sunday, but the bulk of the headlines Monday morning went to Miss Utah, who created an uncomfortable moment for all involved with her botched answer to the interview portion of the pageant. Asked why women comprise 40 percent of household breadwinners but continue to earn less than men, Read More
The New York Post is reporting that a man cut himself outside of the Rockefeller Center studios of NBC’s popular morning show.
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KSN-TV employees and meteorologists in Wichita took shelter from a tornado Sunday, May 19, while continuing to broadcast from a safe place. AP has the raw video.
As if a bathing monkey weren’t enough, this video has a bonus: The newscasters have some great ideas for other baby pets, plus they invent two new words while on the air.