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3.19.19

Reality TV Stars Share What It’s Like to Watch a Liar Get Caught on Camera

While it’s hard to get those doing the lying to reflect, their witnesses were willing to talk.

6.13.18

Ryan Adams Wrote an Ode to a Denver News Station

"Denver7 (Piece of Heaven)" and its animated video have the singer begging to host the network's weather report.

2.26.18

Sorry But Star Registries Are Low-Key Scams

An Australian astrophysicist has taken the time to explain why naming a star after a relative is totally meaningless.

2.13.18

Local News Broadcast Confuses Pyeongchang with P.F. Chang’s in Olympics Coverage

The Chinese-American restaurant chain confirmed that it is not, in fact, hosting the Winter Olympics.

4.20.17

The Story Behind the Super Stoned Episode of 'Dinosaurs'

The underappreciated ABC comedy's writers talk to VICE about how they assembled one of the weirdest anti-drug sitcom episodes ever.

2.9.17

MMA Referees Could be Using Instant Replays in 2017

A key component to efficient officiating moved one step closer to fruition earlier this week, while there's also been further clarification on what happens if a fighter sharts mid-bout.

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12.27.16

How George Michael Helped Shape the Forgotten TV Show 'Eli Stone'

The short-lived ABC legal drama prominently featured George Michael.

11.23.16
11.3.16

Lil Wayne Has Apologised For Recent Comments About Black Lives Matter

The rapper was "agitated" by questions about his daughter and says he's sorry to "anyone who was offended."

7.18.16

A Mountain of CG Bodies Reaches Heaven in a Minimal Short

In a music video for Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi’s, artist Alan Warburton creates structures using the human body like a paintbrush.

2.23.16

Disney Reveals Concept Illustrations for 'Star Wars' Theme Park

Star Wars Fans got another look at Disney’s forthcoming Star Wars-themed lands on Sunday.

2.4.16

Talking to 'Black-ish' Creator Kenya Barris About Putting the New Black Middle Class on Screen

We spoke to the creator behind ABC's consistently funny and cutting family comedy about politics, 'The Cosby Show,' and aspirational TV.

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