NASA Backed Graduate Student Records X-Files Theme Sounds In Space

By: Katrin Higher / May 9, 2015

All of our X-Files fans listen clearly, the theme song is real!

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill graduate student Daniel Bowman designed an infrared microphone recording device to go into space and record space sounds I guess?

It’s super cool and creepy and we suggest you kick off your weekend… More »

I’m Mesmerized By This Documentary About The Man Behind Big Bird

By: Claire Hannum / May 8, 2015

“I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story” began showing at festivals last year, but it’s newly available on iTunes and on demand, as well as on the big screen at New York’s IFC Film Center. It’s about exactly what it sounds like — the life of Caroll Spinney, who’s played Big Bird and Oscar the… More »

Watch Prom Fashion (And Dance Moves!) Evolve Over The Past 80 Years

By: Claire Hannum / May 8, 2015

Prom: how quickly it shifts from the Most Important Night Of Your Life to a warm, hazy blip in your memory by the very next day, not to be given so much as a thought until years, if not decades, later. Teen Vogue sent me down memory lane with this video featuring eighty years’ worth of prom style. If I’m being honest,… More »

Tina Fey Strips Down To Her Spanx To Say Goodbye To David Letterman

It’s rare that David Letterman is rendered speechless, but lo and behold, his mouth was left agape when Tina Fey stopped by last night to bid him goodbye as he prepares to end his run as host of the “Late Show.” Fey has been a guest on the show a whopping 20 times, and for each… More »

Here’s The Emotional Preview For “Keeping Up With The Kardashians: About Bruce”

By: Claire Hannum / May 8, 2015

A two-part Kardashian family special exploring Bruce Jenner’s transition will air on May 17 and May 18 at 9 p.m., and E! has released the first official preview. It features home movies and emotional clips of family members reacting to Bruce coming out as transgender, and it kinda makes me want to cry at my desk. I’m… More »

The New Trailer For National Lampoon’s “Vacation” Reboot Is Semi-NSFW Fun For The Whole Family

By: Claire Hannum / May 8, 2015

Oh, and an outline of Chris Hemsworth’s peen. More »

Artist Nino Sarabutra Wants Us To Think About What We Drink

By: Rebecca Vipond Brink / May 7, 2015

Plus, medical professionals in Canada have birthed the first stem cell-assisted IVF baby. More »

Meryl Streep Is A Relatively Convincing Rock Star In The “Ricki And The Flash” Trailer

By: Megan Reynolds / May 7, 2015

What can’t Aunt Meryl do? More »

Candace Cameron Bure Spills “Fuller House” Details

By: Claire Hannum / May 7, 2015

Candace Cameron Bure (a.k.a DJ Tanner) chose Fox News of all places to share a few details about the upcoming “Fuller House” Netflix series. She didn’t say much, but she must have known that the world at large has been clamoring for any scraps we can run with about the show. Let’s hope her cryptic word… More »

“White God” Is A Hungarian Movie About A Dog Uprising And I Am Here For It

If you’re like me and generally prefer dogs to human beings, something tells me the newish Hungarian film, “White God,” will speak to you. A hit at the Cannes Film Festival, the movie is about a world in which mixed breed dogs — like my pup Lucca — are considered “unfit” by the government, and… More »

Miley Cyrus Teams Up With Joan Jett For A New “Backyard Session” Benefitting Homeless & LGBTQ Teens

Say what you want about Miley Cyrus’s attempt at doing rap music, her sexually cartoonish art and her various antics, but her commitment to helping homeless and LGBTQ teens is seriously awesome. Miley recently launched her own charity called the Happy Hippie Foundation, which seeks to serve those vulnerable populations, and she’s relaunched her popular… More »

Soledad O’Brien Tells The Media To Stop Calling Protestors “Thugs”

Bless Soledad O’Brien for having the guts to say to her colleagues in media that their insistence on using the word “thug(s)” to describe protestors (even so-called “violent” ones) is both lazy and problematic. More »

Surprise, Surprise, Kylie Jenner’s Lips Are Fake

By: Megan Reynolds / May 6, 2015

This is nothing we didn’t already really know. … More »

“Key And Peele” Imagine A Magical World Without White People

By: Megan Reynolds / May 6, 2015

“What, like Atlanta?”… More »

Here’s Yet Another Trailer for “Magic Mike XXL”

By: Megan Reynolds / May 6, 2015

This time featuring Joe Maganiello trying to steal home with a Pepsi cooler. More »

Man Who Killed And Ate His Girlfriend Insists He Was “Too Handsome” To Have Raped Her

By: Robyn Pennacchia / May 6, 2015

Joseph Oberhansley admits to killing his ex and eating her heart and brains, but insists he didn’t rape her. More »

Mommie Dearest: TLC’s “Labor Games” Pushes Reality TV Too Far

May the odds of tearing your perineum be ever in your favor! … More »

Tinder Can Be A Tool In Stopping Domestic Violence

By: Claire Hannum / May 6, 2015

A Florida domestic violence center called Women In Distress found an impactful way to reach out to women when the organization placed mini-PSAs in fake Tinder profiles. The profile photos start out as fairly innocuous images of attractive guys, but escalate with each swipe as the men reveal themselves to be violent. Any ladies who saw the profile… More »

Snoop Dogg, Pharrell & Stevie Wonder Collaborated On A Song Because Why Not

By: Claire Hannum / May 6, 2015

Well, here’s Snoop’s new single “California Roll,” featuring Pharrell and Stevie Wonder. To me it sounds more like a hodgepodge of three different songs, but I appreciate Stevie’s unmistakable presence if nothing else. Pharrell, I don’t really know what to say about you. The song is on Snoop’s new album Bush, which will be out next… More »

Amy Schumer Puts Misogyny On Trial In This 22-Minute Long “12 Angry Men” Parody

By: Megan Reynolds / May 6, 2015

It was called “12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer.”… More »

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