Anyone who follows Roots drummer and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon staple Questlove on Twitter knows that he puts a lot of thought into the walk-on music the band plays for each of the guests on their show. One of the Roots' finest zingers to date was playing the Milli Vanilli song "Girl You Know ... More >>
Steve Horner's fighting for the rights of balding white guys everywhere!Every family has a black sheep. Just ask Minnesota Independence Party-endorsed gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner. His brother Steve Horner is on a one-man quest to stop Ladies Nights around the country and make a profi ... More >>
The Minnesota Historical Society is tweeting about Americans that came of age in the mid-20th century.
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It just doesn't stop being funny. Michelle from Destiny's Child takes a spill on BET. Note Beyonce's unruffled, vaguely irritated reaction. Where's the love, Bey? Kelsey Grammer eats it at Disneyland. The dude fell so far he passed (Pope) John Ratzenberger on the way down. Okay, not literally a fal ... More >>
Meet the Barkers repackages a classic dichotomy Ozzy and Sharon have finally ordered the cameras off their feces-strewn property. Nick and Jessica have packed up their belongings and fled to less invasive pastures. Even Ashlee Simpson's televised train wreck has slowed to a smoldering halt. Unfort ... More >>
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