Thu 01 Jan 2015 Ring in the new year right at a special Alice in Wonderland-themed instalment of the popular dance party series. As always, the boys will be sprawling...
Chuck Hagel was always being upstaged by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The next secretary of defense will have to change that equation.
Some things never change. Whether it's Brad Stevens, Brandon Miller or Chris Holtmann leading the way as head coach, Butler will always be a dangerous threat in tournament play. The Bulldogs proved that once again Wednesday afternoon, dominating No. Show More Summary
Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole always has a finger on the pulse of the league. Who are some head coaching candidates that Cole is hearing could become very popular this offseason? Which three minority coaches will be on every...Show More Summary
One of the best things about owning an iPhone is that you get a lot of the newest apps first before they arrive on Android. It may not be fair, but it's a great perk for iPhone users. That means there's always something new to try. You...Show More Summary
Ending this generation’s greatest will they/won’t they debate once and for all, Thou and The Body have finally announced they’re going to tie the knot in the form of a full-length collaborative LP called You, Whom I Have Always Hated. Show More Summary
While rivalries are always hotly contested among fanbases, most prospective recruits don’t share the same fervor until they actually pick a school. For example, there will be a number of recruits at this weekend’s matchup between Florida...Show More Summary
Anytime you go to a Wu-Tang Clan show, it’s always interesting to see how many of the crew’s nine members will actually show up. (The most I’ve ever seen is eight; the least is four.) This apparently holds true even for the group’s late-night TV appearances. While the entire group managed to come through for [...]
We've always enjoyed talking about the weather, but now that Twitter's constantly at our fingertips, we like to talk about it even more. No matter how unpredictable the weather can be, you can always predict what people will say about it. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, November 26. All times are Eastern. Top pick A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (ABC, 8 p.m.): It seems like only yesterday there was simply too much television. Now, with Thanksgiving only a day away, it’s no longer as easy to find something good (or so bad it’s good) to watch. Show More Summary
Looking at a picture of Santos, Brazil's waterfront skyline something seems just a bit off. It is not always immediately apparent, but with more than a cursory look one will notice that a large portion of the buildings seem to be leaning frighteningly to one side. Show More Summary
It’s coming up on gift-giving season (lalala let’s pretend there’s more time, lalala), and little gifts for knitters are always a good thing to mention out loud to your gift-giving inclined friends, or to know about to give to other … Continue reading ?
It may lack much of the luster that defined rivalry matchups of the past, but when Michigan and Ohio State battle, there are always plenty of storylines to monitor. Most of the attention Saturday will center on the Buckeyes' playoff chances and Brady Hoke's job security. However, there's always another element worth monitoring when these teams meet. Show More Summary
Dystopian futures have always imagined governments oppressing us with surveillance. Under the all-seeing, all-hearing eyes and ears of Big Brother, free will is curtailed and only “approved” behavior is allowed. Edward Snowden revealed this was no conspiracy theory, and we wouldn’t have to wait for the future. We’re already being watched, our liberty sacrificed for… Read More
I am sneezing in between paragraphs, coughing at the completion of each sentence and wiping my bloodshot eyes as I proofread this column. I see no need to visit the doctor, for I know this horrible cold will pass. The symptoms always...Show More Summary
We won't have Stephen Colbert's conservative persona during the next election, but we'll always have these clips
1. Realize that their child will always come first.
Telltale's Tales From The Borderlands is launching on Steam today, and like their games are always launched, will slowly drizzle out to other platforms over the course of the week. We'll likely see it on iOS anytime between now and Friday-ish, with fingers crossed that it's coming sooner rather than later. Telltale just released the
Shopping advice is easy to come by. There’s always some site (guilty!) willing to tell you what to buy: “Get this tablet.” “Snap up that smartphone.” “Download this pricey app.” I have no buying advice for you. Instead, I lend my voice to the opposition. Show More Summary