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Lollapalooza Founder Perry Farrell: “I Hate EDM … I Sometimes Cringe At My Own Festival”

2 minutes agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Perry Farrell started Lollapalooza in 1991 as a farewell tour for his Jane’s Addiction, but in the years since, it’s turned into one of the biggest and longest-running music festivals around. The fest is celebrating its 25th anniversary next week with Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, LCD Soundsystem, and J. Cole headlining, and a number […]

Guy Ritchie turns King Arthur legend into Guy Ritchie movie — watch

The trailer for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword boasts all of the director's charms.

Watch The First Trailer for Wonder Woman

54 minutes agoFashion / Men's Fashion : Selectism

Warner Bros. had a pretty big setup at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and used it to premiere the very first official trailer for next year’s new Wonder Woman movie. The trailer turned out great and makes for a fantastic first introduction to the character on the big screen. You can look forward for Wonder […]

Kyle Busch claims Brickyard pole

By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch claimed his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole of 2016 but his first at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday by turning in a 48l.745-second/184.634 mph lap in the third of three rounds of qualifying for Sunday’s Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard, more commonly known as the Brickyard 400. [...]

Weird Al Yankovic celebrates four decades of pop music parodies at the Hollywood Bowl

“When the going gets weird,” Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson once said, “the weird turn pro,” and no one has shown over time greater aptitude at professional weirdness than “Weird Al” Yankovic. The Lynwood-reared pop music parodist par excellence reached yet another milestone in his astonishingly...

‘The Vampire Diaries’ To End After Season 8 — Cast Says Goodbye In YouTube Video

In a shocking, albeit unsurprising, turn of events, it has been announced that The Vampire Diaries will say farewell after its upcoming eighth season. As reported by Deadline, co-creator Julie Plec shared the news with disheartened fans...Show More Summary

How ‘Suicide Squad’s David Ayer Delivered The Irreverent Superhero Film Warner Bros Really Needed

After writing Training Day and directing films like the police procedurals End Of Watch and Harsh Times, and then the Brad Pitt World War II tank drama Fury, David Ayer has taken a decided turn toward anarchy with Suicide Squad. Rather...Show More Summary

Q3 EPS Expectations Just Turned Negative: Six Consecutive Quarters Of Declining Earnings

With 25% of companies reporting Q2 earnings to date, 68% have reported deeply adjusted, non-GAAP earnings above consensus while 57% have reported sales above the mean estimate. Keep in mind that coming into the earnings session, most sellside research had deeply slashed their EPS expectations, especially as we got closer. Show More Summary

The Writer’s Mimicry

“When is it plagiarism, when is it homage? Especially in creative writing, I get tripped up on this distinction. A trick for writer’s block: write an imitation, steal moves, learn by mimicry. For my own poem-writing, I turn to other texts all the time. I pull language, take a word I like, sometimes fragments of […] The post The Writer’s Mimicry appeared first on The Millions.

From co-headlining title shot to UFC 201 prelim, Wilson Reis turned frustration into focus

After going from a title shot against pound-for-pound kingpin Demetrious Johnson at UFC 201 to a preliminary-card fight against UFC newcomer Hector Sandoval, Brazilian flyweight Wilson Reis hasn’t given up on reaching 125-pound gold.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Star Guests And Big Surprises As Top Comics Honored At SDCC Eisner Awards

The biggest names in comics and showbiz turned out to honor the year's best work and have a little fun at the annual Will Eisner Awards at San Diego Comic-Con.

This knockout looks like a tree slowly falling in the middle of the ring

Knockouts are normally quick, brutal affairs that fight fans miss if they turn their heads for a second. That’s not what happened on Friday night at Glory 32 when Zinedine Hameur-Lain knocked out Warren Thompson just 17 seconds into the first round. Thompson takes a right hook on the chin and falls to the ground slower than most KOs you’ll ever see. Show More Summary

This Civic Probably Isn't As Fast As Sonic The Hedgehog, But It Sure Is Cute

3 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Take a deep breath before you realize that Sonic the Hedgehog turns 25 years old this year, and then let out a sigh of content when you see the cute Honda Civic adorned in a Sonic scheme for the San Diego Comic-Con. With Sonic on the back, it looks ready as ever to rev up and go for some golden rings. Read more...

Don’t Let People Talk You Out Of The Life You Deserve

When things get a little rough, some of your fellow travelers may question your intentions. Others may turn back. Some may even try to throw you off course. The people who are more preoccupied with your quest than their own are meant to get left behind.

The 6 Things You Should Always Avoid Before Bedtime

3 hours agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Been tossing and turning lately? Not getting enough time in dreamland can lead to weight gain, weaken the immune system, and make you feel foggy the next day. If you're constantly having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, avoid doing these six things before hitting the hay.

TV Club: Strangers Things turns expectations upside-down and sideways

In “Chapter Four,” Stranger Things seems to be putting its pieces together as neatly as Nancy puts together Jonathan’s last photo of Barb, taping torn fragments so their edges almost line up. Nancy knows at least one other person has seen the faceless thing that came after her. Show More Summary

Reporter left speechless by interview with hot shirtless beach man.

4 hours agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

KTLA's Wendy Burch may not have thought much of her shark attack assignment, but it turned out to be a huge scoop (of hunk). Sharks may not be a big threat on the beach, but reporters should beware glistening topless men with Australian accents. Show More Summary

Essential Arts & Culture: Convention architecture, art of the border, 'Cabaret' turns 50

It’s been a hot and steamy week — politically, artistically and climatologically. Which means there has been no shortage of hot culture writing to go with it. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, and this is your guide to the week’s top culture stories: The architecture...

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