Remember when LeBron James left Cleveland to train with Dwyane Wade in Miami shortly before unfollowing the Cavaliers on Twitter, leading to all sorts of speculation that he was ready to ditch his squad and return to the Heat? Well, with the Cavs now celebrating an NBA championship, that seems pretty unlikely. But suddenly the […]
Remember those photos of J.K. Simmons getting ripped for what we assumed were Justice League reasons? Apparently, we were wrong, as Simmons himself has revealed his true motivations.
ROCHESTER, Minn. – After legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at Mayo Clinic in 2011, the winningest coach in NCAA Division 1 history went public with her battle against the disease. Today, Mayo Clinic mourns the loss of Coach Summitt and extends condolences to her family. “I was privileged to […]
There’s a quote frequently used to describe how old blues musicians managed to get the sound they did despite having no formal training, “it’s in him, and it got to get out.” That came to mind last weekend as I heard of the passing of Dr. Ralph Stanley. Anyone who heard Stanley perform O Death, […]
Aharon Ipalé, the Morocco-born actor whose 50-year career stretched from early 1960s soap operas to Ray Donovan but is perhaps best remembered as the Pharaoh in the Brendan Fraser-starring Mummy franchise, has died at his home in Israel. Show More Summary
With today's Benghazi report out, you may remember there was another GOP-led Benghazi committed report that came out almost two years ago. Well. Benghazi Select Committee head Trey Gowdy today basically echoed the words of fellow skeptical Republicans––one of whom called it "crap."
Season six of Game of Thrones just came to a bloody end, and we're already having some serious withdrawal issues. If you're in the same boat, let's all remember that the end of one season just means the beginning of speculation about another! We have a lot to talk about, especially since the creators, David Benioff and D.B. Show More Summary
Law firms and other professional communities are becoming increasingly open to using biometrics for security purposes. There are obvious advantages to biometrics. If you're like most people, you are tasked with remembering a dozen or so passwords just to access your usual online accounts. There is proprietary software out there......
Sounds like: Stephen, Prince Fox, Gryffin Song: Stephen - Crossfire (Sean Turk Remix) What's so good? Remember that Stephen track that spread like wildfire through the blogosphere about six months ago? If you're anything like me you've...Show More Summary
I spoke with Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods, about why we should care about the world's disappearing culinary traditions.
A good take from the Washington Examiner’s T. Becket Adams on how CBS didn’t release the full interview in time for the 2012 presidential election.
Remember when Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone said women were too physically weak to be taken seriously in the sport???? Well, Danica Patrick says she wants to challenge the guy to an arm wrestling match. Ecclestone caused a…
You probably remember hearing about a student at the University of Connecticut who was so bombed that he threw a fit in the school's cafeteria when he couldn't get macaroni and cheese. That was Gatti.
So far, Nighthawk has had a real estate developer pushing gentrification and cops profiling young black people. I can’t remember the last time a mainstream superhero comic tackled institutional racism this directly. It’s kind of breathtaking. Read more...
Chicago-area native Afam Onyema may not want a picture to remember his time on "Jeopardy." The co-founder of the Geanco Foundation missed the Final Jeopardy clue about George Eastman, who popularized the use of roll film, on Tuesday's episode of "Jeopardy." Onyema placed second to returning champion...
How do you say goodbye to a woman who inspired generations of athletes and defined what it means to be a coaching legend? You don’t. Instead, you keep her memory alive in your heart and mind. Pat Summitt, 64, who died on Tuesday after...Show More Summary
Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division 1 Basketball history, died at the age of 64 on Tuesday morning, June 27. She passed away due to complications from dementia. Summitt was a true icon in the world of women's sports, and here's a look at what various celebrities have said about her in light of the sad news: 1. Show More Summary
Please pass the tissues. A Game of Thrones fan honored the dead of Season 6 the only way they knew how to process such grief: with dank memes. Crying Michael pretty much sums up how we feel about that finale. Zac Efron and Adam DeVine...Show More Summary
Clean air is a national asset and personal right that must be protected and vigorously defended. When Americans see images of blinding smog and choking pollution in cities from Beijing to Mumbai, they should remember that before theShow More Summary
Dory is a forgetful fish. That's the quirky defining quality of the blue tang that stars in Disney/Pixar's Finding Dory, which had the biggest opening weekend ever for an animated film. Dory can't remember anything for more than 10 seconds,...Show More Summary