The Rock's New Reality Competition Looks Completely Unhinged
The challenges are inspired by Dwayne Johnson's real, inhuman workouts.
This Bartender Is Secretly the Greatest Tetris Player in the World
362 days of the year, Jonas Neubauer is a regular dude. During the Classic Tetris World Championship, he's a god.
KSI Told Us How He Plans to Beat the Crap Out of Logan Paul
Two of the world's most famous YouTubers will slug it out in a Pay-Per-View boxing match this weekend.
The Nun Who Threw a Perfect Pitch Told Us How She's So Darn Good at Baseball
Sister Mary Jo was my teacher in high school, and she's cool as hell.
Joel McHale Told Us How His Netflix Show Mines the Internet for Comedy Gold
'The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale' is a wackier version of 'The Soup,' and six new episodes just dropped on Netflix.
Why Ronda Rousey Will Be the Next WWE Crossover Movie Star
Like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and John Cena before her, the former UFC champion's road to the big screen runs through the WWE.
Objectively Correct Lists
The Top 25 WWE Entrance Songs of All Time
As ‘Monday Night RAW’ celebrates its 25th anniversary, we count down the 25 best wrestler themes.
How the Music Supervisor for ‘The O.C.’ and ‘Gossip Girl’ Changed the Game for Indie Rock
Grammy-nominated Alexandra Pastavas and her soundtracks for 'The O.C.,' 'Gossip Girl,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' and more helped launch artists' careers and shaped the music taste of a generation.
Deep Ass Questions
Why Did Colonel Sanders Press 30,000 Copies of a Children’s Mandolin Record?
In 1966, the KFC founder spent tens of thousands of dollars to fund a record by a children’s Christian mandolin band, but where did all the copies go?
The Punk Scene in Springfield Takes Its DIY Culture Seriously (with Some Goofiness)
In rural Illinois lies a vibrant scene that is constantly finding new ways to stay fun.
The Secret Side of Nnamdi Ogbonnaya, Chicago’s Weirdest Musician
The eccentric multi-instrumentalist took a confidently goofy approach to songwriting on his new album, 'Drool.'
Hairstylists in Illinois Now Have to Get Trained in Domestic Violence Prevention
Not all of them think it's a good idea.