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LAST WEEK, on the heels of Bob Dylan’s D.C. show, Comic Riffs toyed with turning the news into poor man’s Dylan verse. (Yes, emphasis on “poor.”) This week, as a way to reflect on the news from 2014, we’re spinning the lyrical nuggets...Show More Summary
An asymmetrical multiplayer game inspired by horror movies in which several players are the survivors trying to escape and one person is the seemingly unstoppable, omniscient killer. That's an idea I've wanted to see brought to life for years now; it seems so cool in my head. Show More Summary
Revisiting the albums upon which one of hip-hop's mightiest empires was built.
The whole afternoon at Cafe City Miska persuaded to sign a statement that he was only clerk with us, not insurance and the father would not be obliged to pay the big supplement payment for his insurance. Lecture “the ugly”, a story yet to be disordered, the first chapter is more the storage space of […]
Having made his irreverent mark on the worlds of haute couture and jazz, Will Ferrell is attacking another citadel of snobby high culture. Variety reports that Ferrell has signed on to star in a Shakespearean comedy, by which we do not...Show More Summary
Janice Dickinson has an emotional interview regarding Bill Cosby, Rosario Dawson reportedly adopts a young girl, 'Suicide Squad' will begin filming in Toronto, and more in Last Lap.
Who says cops are all business? Police officers from the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia took a break to bust a move and get in the groove. Watch them do the "Nutbush," a popular line dance, with Tina Turner's hit, "Nutbush City Limits" blasting in the background. Show More Summary
Lady Gaga revealed that she was raped at 19 in a radio interview with "The Howard Stern Show" on Tuesday. "I went through some horrific things that I'm able to laugh [at] now, because I've gone through a lot of mental and physical therapy and emotional therapy to heal over the years," Gaga said in the interview. "My music's been wonderful for me. Show More Summary
[youtube src='//www.youtube.com/embed/UVstztozgvg?rel=0' width='700' height='394'] There is no ?comedian quite like Larry the Cable Guy. His films are completely dreadful in every way possible—the acting, writing, direction, and comedic timing are all functioning at a grade school level. Show More Summary
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It’s been a little over a year since Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn was released, and developers constantly impress their players with new content. But isn’t it about time we saw something like FFVII’s Golden Saucer? Well, we might not have to wait much longer for that, as word from the producers reveals that one [&hellip
True story: Last summer, at the longstanding Columbus, Ohio community festival known as ComFest, I saw two separate local bands cover the Who’s epic song-suite “A Quick One, While He’s Away,” unbeknownst to each other. It was a crazy coincidence, especially since the actual Who haven’t played it in 44 years. That changed Sunday night [...]
As Sweden prepares to put Avicii's face on a new stamp, it seems that this country of less than 10 million people is dominating the global mainstream music scene more than ever. From Max Martin's recent collaborations with Ariana Grande...Show More Summary
Perhaps you raised awareness of men's health issues by growing a mustache for "Movember," but now you feel your facial hair is so last month. If shaving it the ordinary way won't cut it, YouTube funnyman Mehdi Sadaghdar has a few ideas -- NONE OF WHICH you should attempt. Show More Summary
Despite being an atheist, there are times when even I can’t deny the existence of a kind and benevolent god, and those times are when Stephen Hawking wants to be a Bond villain because, and I quote, “I think the wheelchair and the computer voice would fit the part.” So needless to say, you know Read More...
The year winds down and the listmaking amps up, such as it has been since time immemorial. Or, at least since there have been awards, publications, the Internet, and nerds’ obsessive impulse to rank various entries every year. David Ehrlich—former editor of Film.com (RIP) and current contributor to The A.V. Show More Summary
Before Tiny Mix Tapes closes its virtual doors for a short spell, here’s one more downer for your listening rotation. The new VAALD tapes are surely filling that void as is, but Oxtail Recordings has made their own bummed out splashShow More Summary