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A Wild Theory About Destiny's Story

Many people seem to think that Destiny's story is, well, lackluster. But what if most people are missing one big key thing about the story? Read more...

for King & Country Looks to Uplift, Heal With Sophomore Project 'Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong' Inspired by Highs and Lows in Personal Lives

Following a successful first album with a well-received sophomore effort is one of the most difficult things to do in music. Brothers Luke and Joel Smallbone of the group For King and Country are looking to do just that with the release of "Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong." on Sept. 16.

The story of X and 'Burning House of Love'

When the SIT80's podcast started a new series on covers songs, Drew brought to the table his entertaining story of the band X and their cover of Wild Thing that is probably the band's most recognizable song, but to get to their first charting song you've got start a little fire with Burning House of Love.

5 Things We Learned from MLS Week of September 12-14

It was another action-packed weekend in Major League Soccer, highlighted by a big win for the Seattle Sounders in the Western Conference and the usual chaos running wild in the East. There's also some big news regarding Chivas USA, who may end up sitting out the 2015 season. Check it all out in this week's edition of "5 Things We Learned from MLS." Begin Slideshow

Is there such a thing as 'urban evolution'?

Most people think of city landscapes as simpler, diminished versions of the wild forests and free-flowing streams found in remote places. A series of studies in the journal Biogeochemistry says the opposite is true. Urban landscapesShow More Summary

College Football Rankings Week 4: B/R's Official Top 25

Another crazy week of college football has made it so that we should count on two things this fall: It's going to be wild and wacky, and the rankings are going to get jumbled each and every weekend. Two teams from last week's Top 10Show More Summary

Arsenal vs. Manchester City final score: 3 things we learned from the 2-2 draw

Neither Manchester City nor Arsenal will be happy with a 2-2 draw at the Emirates, especially one that saw both teams blow leads, but it was abut deserved on the balance of play. The momentum veered wildly back and fourth between the...Show More Summary

Wild Game Is Invading Bay Area Menus, But Why?

Wild game is now the hottest thing on more and more Bay Area menus. Is the increasing ubiquity of deer, elk, boar, bison and other such creatures the latest phase -- after bacon-in-everything, whole-animal butchery and in-your-face offal -- in a search for the meatiest meats? Or does it signify an urban yearning for the gritty, blood-and-gutsy past?

A Walk on the Wild Side: A Collection of Wildlife Photography

Nature is an amazing thing. This week I share with you some images of wildlife, animals in nature. Some may have been taken on nature preserves or even in a zoo, but if the image is well done and we can’t tell kudos to the photographer. Show More Summary

Woman Starts Anti-Tattoo Website and Makes a Lot of People REALLY Angry

Post by Liz Alterman. As wildly popular as they seem to be these days, tattoos definitely get under some people's skin (LOL!). One anti-ink activist (who knew there was such a thing?!) has taken her stance to the extreme and startedShow More Summary

11 Wildly Creepy Things People Have Done to Snoop on Smartphones

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We've all felt the urge to snoop through our loved ones' phones before—and sometimes that itch is just too strong to resist. For some people, though, that gentle itch is more like a knife wound. And the lengths they'll go to for a peek are astounding in the creepiest possible ways. Read more...

Twitter's New Buy Now Button May Let You Purchase Movie Tickets

Wildly popular micro-blogging platform Twitter has been diligently exploring ways to monetize itself almost since its inception. It appears they may have stumbled upon a plan now – and what a surprise, it involves selling you things!...Show More Summary

Newswire: ABC orders Nuclear Family, which could also mean several things

ABC has added to its development slate of shows with seemingly generic, yet wildly open to interpretation titles by ordering Nuclear Family, from King Of The Hill writers Peter Huyck and Alex Gregory. Neither about a traditional nuclear...Show More Summary

Concerns About PM Modi

HOW much better can things get for India’s prime minister? Narendra Modi won a massive electoral mandate in May and he has just marked a wildly successful 100 days in office. The domestic press swings mostly from enthusiastic to fawning. Show More Summary

Colts vs. Broncos 2014 final score: 3 things we learned from the Broncos' 31-24 win

Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck met up in Denver for a wild game that looked dramatically different in the second half. How did the Broncos exploit the Colt's offseason losses for a big opening week win? Last time we saw Denver Broncos...Show More Summary

Julia Roberts Is Starring in a Thrilling New Remake

Julia Roberts to star in the Secret in Their Eyes remake - Moviefone 5 things you didn't know about Queen but should - HuffPost Entertainment Travel back in time with these '90s network promos - Vulture 26 wildly inaccurate movies they'll...Show More Summary

Kristen Bell’s Wild Yellow Jumpsuit Proves Maternity Fashion Doesn’t Have To Be Safe

Kristen Bell is pregnant with her second child, and since this is her second time around she has mastered the key to pregnancy dressing: Just wear totally crazy things all the time. More » Kristen Bell’s Wild Yellow Jumpsuit Proves Maternity Fashion Doesn’t Have To Be Safe is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.

5 Fundamentals of Wildly Successful Brands

Want to build a successful brand? These are the five things you must do.

It's not the same old 'View': It's older

The new panel on “The View” doesn't seem like the kind Barbara Walters would cook up. For one thing, the hugely successful balance of co-hosts ranging wildly in age and experience has gone out the window.

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