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It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Ts? World

What does March Madness and the Tsu social network have in common? First introduced in 1984, the former has become one of the most popular annual sporting events in the United States. Created by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division 1 Basketball, it’s an elimination tournament played each March in the United States. Show More Summary

The Serena Williams Show

Unlike March Madness, staying home from work to watch Wimbledon isn't an American tradition. Yet it might be worth it in order to catch a glimpse of Serena Williams, the most dominant American athlete alive, as she looks to move three-fourths of the way to a calendar Grand Slam.

Ranking the Most Memorable NCAA Tournament Games of the Past Decade

Caught up in the madness of March, we far too frequently label NCAA tournament games as "one of the best of the past decade" without ever actually considering which games belong where on that list. Mired in the doldrums of the offseason,...Show More Summary

Why Indiana Wasn't a Turning Point on LGBT Rights -- and Why You Should Be Mad About It

Back in March, when Republican Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana and the state's Republican-controlled legislature retreated under pressure on a Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), many heralded the Indiana "moment" as a "turning point" in the battle for full LGBT rights. Show More Summary

Watch: Vic Mensa - “U Mad” ft. Kanye West

Happy birthday to @kanyewest the most influential artist of the millennium its a fuckn blessing to have u as a friend n mentor — VIC MENSA (@VicMensa) June 9, 2015 SWISH!!! pic.twitter.com/phxpNGOb69 — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 16,...Show More Summary

Men's College Basketball Rule Changes Announced: Latest Details and Reaction

Several rule changes to men's college basketball became official Monday, as games will now feature a 30-second shot clock, fewer timeouts and a four-foot arc under the basket serving as a restricted area. NCAA March Madness tweeted the...Show More Summary

WGN Sports Anchor Leads Protest Against Lightning Ticket Policy

WGN sports anchor Pat Tomasulo is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore! Or he’s just going organize a loosely formed group walk (and call it a march) to protest restrictions put on Chicago Blackhawks fans for the Stanley...Show More Summary

Guy who dunked all over his girlfriend at Target is ready for the NBA Finals

Qias Omar shares humorous, often sports-related content on YouTube, and he scored a hit a couple of months ago with a video linked to March Madness. He harrassed his girlfriend as she prowled a Target by attempting to throw down all sorts of ridiculous dunk and shot attempts into her shopping cart. Now Omar is back with a video […]

Guy throws down vicious shopping cart dunks on his girlfriend at Target

The couple that starred in the amazing March Madness Target cart basketball video returned to the store to celebrate the NBA Finals. (...)

Dirty Dog Chefs: Food Network Star Bobby Flay Cheated On His Wife With This ‘Mad Men’ Actress

Bobby Flay Cheated On Wife With January Jones Bobby Flay and Stephanie March’s divorce is not what you’d call amicable. Via HuffPo: The couple split in early April after 10 years of marriage and March is challenging the prenup

Syracuse Hoops Cracks Top 50 in Latest ESPN Poll

Syracuse basketball was banned from the 2015 post-season but they would not have made the tournament anyway.  Looking ahead to next season, Orange fans are hopeful of a return to form and a return to March Madness.  If ESPN’s Jeff Goodman’s...Show More Summary

January Jones At Center Of Bobby Flay Cheating Scandal Court Papers Reveal

Mad Men actress January Jones is firmly in the middle of the nasty divorce battle between Bobby Flay and his soon to be ex-wife Stephanie March whether Jones wants to be or not. January’s name has been splashed across headlines after...Show More Summary

'Mad Men' stars remember biggest bombshells hurled at them on series

This month, "Mad Men" made its exit, to the dismay of fans everywhere. As the satirical Twitter account ?@LosFelizDayCare put it in March, "A lot of the children are afraid and asking but the truth is we don't know what life looks like after 'Mad Men.'"

January Jones, Bobby Flay, And Baby Makes Three? Ex-Wife Stephanie March Says Flay Had Sex With ‘Mad Men’ Star Many Times

The divorce drama between 50-year-old Bobby Flay and his estranged wife, 40-year-old Stephanie March, is heating up once more. Earlier in the year, March accused Flay of cheating on her with 28-year-old Elyse Tirrell, as reported by the Inquisitr. Show More Summary

College Faculty Union Scams Countless Members With Extra Dues

By Connor Wolf, The Daily Caller A Pennsylvania college faculty union was accused Monday of scamming its members by overcharging dues as part of an annual “March Madness” scheme.

The Weird Agelessness of Don Draper

This weekend, “Mad Men” approaches its series finale, and Don Draper doesn’t look a day older than he did when we met him, in March of 1960, even as time has lurched forward for most everyone else. His daughter, Sally, and her friend Glen sprouted up long and thin. Show More Summary

We Talked to the Dude Who Plays a Flame-Throwing Guitar in ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

Musical instruments have long supplemented the weapons of war. During the Revolutionary War, American and British armies would be marched into battle by the sounds of a fife and drum, for example. Irish and Scottish armies were often lead by the shrill, unmistakable melodies of bagpipes. Show More Summary

2015 NBA Power Rankings: Warriors Remain on Top Entering Conference Finals

A month-and-a-half after the NCAA narrowed its field of 68 down to the Final Four, the NBA has followed suit. Where once 16 teams of disparate strength stood, now the four heartiest remain. And unlike March Madness, it'll take more than...Show More Summary

The Weird Agelessness of Don Draper

This weekend, “Mad Men” approaches its season finale, and Don Draper doesn’t look a day older than he did when we met him, in March of 1960, even as time has lurched forward for most everyone else. His daughter, Sally, and her friend Glen sprouted up long and thin. Show More Summary

GE’s Creator-In-Residence Explores ‘Mad Max’ Future With Scientists, YouTube Stars

2 months agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

In March, General Electric announced that Sally Le Page, a PhD candidate at Oxford, would serve as the energy company’s first ever creator-in-residence. In her new role, Le Page is working with Fullscreen to create educational, scientific...Show More Summary

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