Post by Suzee Skwiot. We're about to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Friends, so there you have the perfect reason to start re-watching all 10 seasons, reminiscing of the show, and maybe testing your Friends trivia knowledge. TestShow More Summary
It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep […]
At Sunday night’s VMAs, MTV awarded its Video Of The Year trophy to Miley Cyrus’ butt-naked tearsploitation Terry Richardson vision “Wrecking Ball,” and Miley brought a homeless model (?) to the stage to accept the award. Immediately afterward, Beyoncé, whose “Drunk In Love” video was nominated and lost, came to the stage to give a [...]
The Colorado Independent criticized Fox News contributor Karl Rove and his political group for twisting its reporting into a misleading attack on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Democratic Sen. Mark Udall. Rove is the co-founder of Crossroads GPS, an IRS 501(c)(4) group that funds attacks against Democratic candidates across the country. Show More Summary
A bonus track from the latest round of their reissue campaign.
There is less than a month before the justices of the Nebraska Supreme court hear arguments in a case that will have a big impact on TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The court will hear the argument that ranchers and farmers...Show More Summary
A rookie circus technician unintentionally gives the audience a show they’ll never forget. If they make it out alive. Office equipment maker Brother makes a case for its label makers with this morbid, but hilarious commercial.
Rock star and role model Kim Gordon is best known for her band, Sonic Youth, but she’s also always been a visual and performance artist. For those who know Gordon primarily as a musician, “Is it My Body? Selected Texts,” a collection of her writings on art and performance published this past May by Sternberg [...]
It's no secret that celebrities weren't always famous; before they made it big, most stars went to high school, worked "normal" jobs and of course, auditioned up a storm. But this video from worldwideinterweb takes the "before they were famous" thing to another level. Show More Summary
It's about a bank-robbing baby, based on his song 'Outlaw Pete'
The Adorably Goofy Side Of Nick Carter
Watch Action Movie Kid's latest adventures, and take a jet ski joyride through a canyon Video Friday, August 29, 2014 - 3:31pm In this week's collection of videos curated by The Week's video partner 5by, we find out what Action Kid has...Show More Summary
Leapin' lizards! That just happened. NBC recently cast Allison Williams to star as Peter Pan in its live production this December, so to answer back, Jimmy Kimmel announced that ABC will have Ed Sheeran star as Little Orphan Annie. Sheeran...Show More Summary
Pd: Ugly. Hugely useful. Free. The open-source, free graphical patching environment can do everything from simple MIDI tasks to building synths and effects to advanced multimedia. And because it’s free software, it’s also been adapted...Show More Summary
Do you ever feel like the art world is sort of like high school, or life at a small liberal arts college? Or maybe just a blowout party you're not actually sure you were invited to, but you decided to show up anyway?
A career doesn't move linearly, LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman famously advised — it can ratchet up suddenly with one critical insight, meeting, or opportunity. You call it a big break. Every success story has one. Even luminaries like Sheryl Sandberg, Steve Jobs, and Howard Schultz had a moment where the path of their future clicked into focus. Show More Summary
An interesting catch by the Washington Post, which is probably trying to put out the fire surrounding this issue several months ahead of the election In Washington, Sen. Mary Landrieu
Gone Home. It spawned the worst debate since, "Is it art?" the dreaded, "Is it a game?" Thankfully it lead to more thoughtful writing, too, outside of that human centipede. It was previously announced for undisclosed console release this fall. Show More Summary
"Star Wars: Episode VII" production has blasted off once again following the leg injury Harrison Ford sustained on the set in June, according to The Hollywood Reporter. J.J. Abrams and company rearranged the shoot's schedule, stirring up some speculation that the project could face delays of up to six months due to Ford's absence. Show More Summary