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3 hours agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Cheat Sheet For Millennials: ROMANCING THE STONE is a 1984 action-adventure-romance starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and the great Danny DeVito. Read more...

Trial Against ‘Rolling Stone’ Magazine And Journalist For False Gang Rape Story Begins Tearfully

Sabrina Rubin Erdely, a journalist for Rolling Stone, took the stand on Thursday to testify in regard to a story she had written about the alleged “gang rape” of a University of Virginia student known only as “Jackie.” Questioning began by attorneys representing the university administrator who is suing Rolling Stone over the piece due... Show More Summary

For A Good Cause: 20-Yr-Old Is Selling Her Virginity To The Highest Bidder At The Bunny Ranch… [Video]

This is Katherine Stone offering up her pristine box at the Bunny Ranch in Vegas. We think her innocence is long gong, but Lisa Ling caught up to the hooker to ask some questions. Turns out, Katherine was selling her

Palazzo Radomiri

A romantic boutique hotel in an 18th-century Baroque stone building, overlooking the Bay of Kotor. With 10 rooms and a leafy courtyard restaurant, it makes a blissful retreat for couples and honeymooners. Facilities include a stone quay for bathing, an outdoor pool, a small spa and yoga classes.

The Chainsmokers Applaud Lady GaGa's Clap Back & Apologize For That Perfect Illusion Diss!

It looks like this famous feud has already fizzled! For those of you who might not remember, The Chainsmokers totally bashed Lady GaGa's single Perfect Illusion in an interview with Rolling Stone. Related: GaGa Implied Madonna Doesn't Write Songs Or Play Instruments! And, since the DJ duo made the blunt comment to one of the leading music publications, [...]

The Rolling Stones – “Hate To See You Go” (Little Walter Cover)

18 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The Rolling Stones cancelled a show in Las Vegas on Tuesday thanks to Mick Jagger’s unfortunate bout of laryngitis, but that hasn’t stopped them from putting out a new song from their upcoming blues covers album Blue & Lonesome. As ABC News Radio points out, their harmonica-heavy rendition of Little Walter’s “Hate To See You […]

Two great reads on Trumpism

Rolling Stone's Matt Taibi penned an essay a week ago about the Trump phenomenon, which builds to a stirring close: Trump's shocking rise and spectacular fall have been a singular disaster for U.S. politics. Built up in the press asShow More Summary

Stone Age people 'roasted rodents for food' - archaeologists

The vole may have been a food source 5,000 years ago Rodents appear to have been roasted for food by Stone Age people as early as 5,000 years ago, archaeological evidence suggests. Bones from archaeological sites in Orkney show voles were cooked or boiled for food, or possibly for pest control. Show More Summary

Spectacular archaeological find in Denmark

More and more Stone Age maps are turning up on Bornholm (photo: National Museum) A mysterious stone found in a ditch on Bornholm by archaeology students during the summer has proven to be a 5,000 years old map. According to the magazine Skalk, the stone was discovered during archaeological excavation work at the Neolithic shrine Vasagård. Show More Summary

Missing Viking-era rune stone turns up in Sweden

A Viking-era rune stone that went missing for almost two centuries has been found after a Swedish archaeologist stumbled on it almost by chance. The find took place during installation work of a lightning conductor at Hagby Church, west of the central Swedish university town of Uppsala. Show More Summary

Viking arrowheads emerge from melting Norwegian glaciers

High up in the mountains, archaeologists are now discovering human traces dating as far back as the Stone age. The oldest ice in this snowdrift glacier may have formed in the Stone Age. Now the ice is melting, and archaeologists have a golden opportunity to find ancient traces of human activity. Show More Summary

Bruce Springsteen Doesn’t Understand Why His Harry Potter Ballad Was Rejected

21 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

There’s been a longstanding rumor that Bruce Springsteen wrote a song intended for the Harry Potter movies that was rejected. He recorded it in the summer of 2001, so a few months before Sorcerer’s Stone came out in theaters, and it was called “I’ll Stand By You Always.” Springsteen confirmed that the rumor was true […]

Jay Z Has Been Nominated For The Songwriters Hall Of Fame

Babyface, Madonna, Max Martin, Kool & the Gang, Sly Stone, and more are also included on the 2017 list of nominees.

Here's everything coming to Netflix in November that you need to watch

While it's sad to see some memorable titles leaving Netflix in November, there's also some great stuff coming to the streaming giant. Richard Linklater’s Oscar-winning “Boyhood” is coming, as well as Oliver Stone’s classic “The Doors,”...Show More Summary

Jay Z and Madonna Nominated for Songwriters Hall of Fame

Jay Z and Madonna lead the list of 2017 nominees for the Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Associated Press reports. George Michael, Bryan Adams, Vince Gill, Babyface, Max Martin, Kool & the Gang, Cat Stevens, Sly Stone, Chicago, Gloria Estefan, Jeff Lynne, David Gates, and the duo Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have also been nominated. Show More Summary

Aquaman Movie Will Be a ‘Swashbuckling Action Adventure’

Director James Wan calls the solo film as a quest in the spirit of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and "Romancing the Stone." The post Aquaman Movie Will Be a ‘Swashbuckling Action Adventure’ appeared first on

Why Do People In Old Movies Talk Funny?

As you probably noticed for the first time while watching TV late at night, actors in the Hollywood films of the ’30s and ’40s did not speak the way actors do now. That wasn’t because you were stoned; the elocution style really was different – for public figures in real life as well as in […]

The Full Pint Podcast EP13 – The Story Behind The Stone Brewing Layoffs

Danny sits down to discuss last week’s layoffs at Stone Brewing. We get in depth knowledge as to what led up to this unfortunat… The post The Full Pint Podcast EP13 – The Story Behind The Stone Brewing Layoffs appeared first on

Lagniappe: Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings, where huge stone gods loomed above. Dust shifted in a strange downpour of tears from their eyes, tears made of sand and powdered rock.The boys leaned into the shadows. Like a dry river bottom, the corridors led down to deep vaults where lay the linen-wrapped dead. Show More Summary

Invisible Solar: Panels Camouflaged as Wood, Clay, Stone & Concrete

Overcoming the awkward aesthetic factor typically faced by home solar technology, these disguised panels look like ordinary building materials you would expect to spot along the sides, steps or roof of a house. Dyaqua, an Italian company, has developed their Invisible Solar series to look like concrete bricks, slate shingles and wooden boards, allowing them to blend …

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