Ukrainian-Russian tensions divide U.S. citizens along ignorant and apathetic lines, the national endowment for the arts provides 80 million dollars for discouraging talentless hacks, and a dog is held against its will inside a Skype window.
Calling it the most valuable decision he will ever make, the parents of local 20-year-old Patrick Tobin reportedly advised their son this week to fully devote himself to pursuing an improv comedy education.
Despite having spent eight of the last 10 days in his classmate s living room playing Xbox alongside him, local 12-year-old Michael Cutler admitted to reporters Wednesday that he couldn t even venture a guess as to what the boy s name is. Full article.
The nation s top researchers concluded that you can t hide how stoned you are and that you should be freaking out if you aren t already.
The 'Dallas Buyers Club' star used his speech to thank the profession of acting for being a fun, easy job that everyone should try.
Expressing a deeply held political opinion is referred to as a gaffe, the Reverend Al Sharpton takes time off from his holy duties to make a TV appearance, and the Empire State Building reopens its spire to visitors.
The Onion's movie critic Peter K. Rosenthal picks his Oscar favorites in this week's special edition of the Film Standard.
Citing a range of factors from the lack of security glass to the fact that the cash register is situated right next to the front door, a report published Thursday confirmed that robbing the BP gas station at Reynolds and Murray wouldn t actually be all that hard. Full article.
We get all the latest Hollywood gossip from a boy who definitely knows what sex is and how it works.
Delighted health insurance executives gather in an outdoor coliseum to watch a patient battle cancer, Anderson Cooper decides to keep his recent gay conversion therapy private, and a self-conscious flasher is fully clothed under his trench coat.
As the games wind down, officials are already starting to return the dead strays to the streets they once called home.
Local couple Alison Fry and Peter Hartman told reporters Thursday they have both been pleased since opening up their relationship, saying the exciting new arrangement allowed them the freedom to psychologically wear down other people. Full article.
The inexpensive new plan lets users just browse all the titles and posters they want for just five dollars a month.
Though 48 years old and employed full time waiting tables at a New American bistro, local man Phillip Ames sadly does not spend his downtime working on any creative side projects, sources reported Thursday. Full article.
An Olympian has always dreamed of one day having fun with friends, the nation s girlfriends admit that absolutely everything s riding on Valentines Day, and a keyboard s second row is a veritable who s who of special punctuation ch...
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