Toronto’s Gay Serial Killer Was a Mall Santa Who Participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge Bruce McArthur, the alleged serial killer accused of killing at least five men from Toronto's Gay Village, was also a mall Santa Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
RIP: Co-founder of Ice Bucket Challenge dies after ALS battle.
Anthony Senerchia, who lived 14 years with ALS, was an early inspiration for the Ice Bucket Challenge.
So, so sad… This past weekend, Anthony Senerchia Jr. — who is considered to have inspired the famous ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — passed away at 46 after battling the illness for 14 years. The Pelham, New York-native leaves behind his wife, Jeanette Hane Senerchia, and daughter, Taya. Related: Celebrities Taking The Ice Bucket Challenge! According to his obituary: [...]
ALS Association says Anthony Senerchia, 46, died on Saturday Social media phenomenon raised money for degenerative illness The ALS Association says a man credited as one of the co-founders of the viral “Ice Bucket Challenge” that swept social media in 2014 has died after a years-long battle with the condition known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Show More Summary
After a valiant fight with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Anthony Senerchia Jr. has succumbed to the disease.
"He was our light. He made our life better"
This isn't like the Ice Bucket Challenge, where celebs and their fans did a silly stunt for fundraising. This is an ad campaign/contest meant almost solely to promote Paqui's Carolina Reaper Madness One Chip Challenge Tortilla Chip. According to its...
In my day, the word challenge implied that something was actually, well, challenging. Remember 2014’s Ice Bucket Challenge? Hackneyed and pointless or not, it was at least a genuine ordeal. Or what about the Kylie Lip Challenge? Against medical advice, kids defied one another to get their lips to swell using shot glasses as vacuums. Show More Summary
In 2014, millions of people doused themselves in icy water to raise money for ALS. Was it worth it?
Comedians Stephen Colbert and Nick Kroll will donate to Puerto Rico hurricane relief for each gawky puberty pic tweeted by a star.
Chad Johnson says NFL protests have been "politically whitewashed from why it started in the first place" -- and says kneeling has turned into "a goddamn Ice Bucket Challenge." The ex-NFL superstar was smokin' a stogie in West Hollywood on Thursday…
The Internet search browser came up, and Pete took a deep breath. His fingers trembled.
The man who inspired the ice bucket challenge has been honored by the Roman Catholic prep school he attended in Massachusetts.
For me, the Ice Bucket Challenge is not just a way to raise money for ALS research. It’s not just about hope. The effect
They say he’s more than a man but less than a god. When they say this, of course, they’re talking about Vladimir Putin?—?king of the shameless outdoor bare-chested, dad bod(ish) photo. Here he is, for example, flipping a judo opponent (without...Show More Summary
Sam Shepard has tragically passed away at the age of 73 after battling ALS (the terrible disease that prompted the ice bucket challenge.) The actor, director, and famed playwright passed over the weekend in Kentucky, and since news of his death became public, celebrities have been paying tribute to him on social media. You may [...]
Get ready for Ice Bucket Challenge Week. The Massachusetts Legislature has approved a bill designating the first week of August as a time to honor Pete Frates. The former Boston … Click to Continue »
Following the largest single act of social media fundraising, the ALS Association was faced with a “good crisis”—and a big challenge.
In today's social media driven society an internet meme or online trend can explode in popularity overnight, remember the Ice Bucket challenge? But why do some online trends take the world by storm before disappearing just as quickly as they arrive?