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The most iconic sandwiches in America

If there is one culinary creation that the United States of America can hang its hat on, it is the humble sandwich. Though it was invented overseas, most would argue that the USA has become the sandwich's adoptive home -- just look at how many of us get riled up while discussing whether or not a hot dog is a sandwich! (Sidenote, it is, so long as you eat it sideways.) So to pay tribute...
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Mayweather gives sexist Jimmy Kimmel interview

A revolting, sexist interview.                

Ten intriguing questions with Philly rapper Chill Moody

Chill Moody is out here living his best life and it’s okay to be jealous. What do you say to the person who been dubbed as the mayor of his hometown, Philadelphia? What do you say to the guy who is one of Kevin Hart’s favorite rappers? What do you say to the man who has decided to dabble in making delicious beer so good that it’s regularly sipped by Questlove on his podcast...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
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VIDEO: Jimmy Fallon Addresses Charlottesville In Opening Monologue

Jimmy Fallon usually has an upbeat personality and the ability to turn everything into a great time. However, there are some moments that require a sobering message, which is exactly what happened on Monday night. After the heinous acts of violence by Nazis and White Supremacists over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, Fallon used his opening monologue as a platform to undoubtedly...
Via Campus Sports Net
1 day ago

WATCH: Trump condemns KKK, neo-Nazis: 'Racism is evil'

Under pressure all weekend, President Donald Trump on Monday named and condemned "repugnant" hate groups and declared that "racism is evil" in a far more forceful statement than he'd made earlier after deadly, race-fueled weekend clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia. Read more here: http://s.oregonlive.com/Eio5EQl
Via The Oregonian
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50 times pop culture helped us through the worst of school

Statistically speaking, it is incredibly likely that you were bullied in school by someone with a name like Brad or Ashley. Whether they didn't let you sit at the cool kids' table, whether you got picked last in P.E. class, or whether they decided to rally the entire fifth grade class to bean you with tennis balls during an innocent game of wallball (no, I will not let that go,...
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Kirk Cousins sings Whitney Houston before preseason game 1

Kirk Cousins just wants to dance with somebody who loves him.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
6 days ago

25 brilliant times actors played against the type

There are plenty of actors who get routinely typecast as the comic relief, a romantic love interest, an action hero, or a villain. And once they get locked into a certain kind of role, it becomes harder to break out with each new project. Eventually, some actors choose to shed their stereotypes, while directors choose to take a chance on letting the thespians reinvent themselves...
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French cuisine à la Julia Child, 25 recipes that changed American kitchens

Julia Child would have been 105 years old this August 15, and there's something about her approaching birthday that makes her faithful fans want to roll up their sleeves and get crazy in the kitchen. While Child's repertoire was quite expansive, many of her recipes have an ageless popularity. Here are 25 of the cooking icon's most famous dishes – a few modern takes for today's busy chefs.
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Predictions for 2017 Teen Choice Awards

Harry Styles said it best when he told Cameron Crowe the following for a Rolling Stone cover story unveiled in April of this year."Who's to say that young girls who like popular music - short for popular right? - have worse musical taste than a 30-year-old hipster guy?" he asked. "That's not up to you to say. Music is something that's always changing. There's no goal posts. Young...
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The 20 most memorable moments in Teen Choice Awards history

Since 1999, the Teen Choice Awards has been a celebration of youth culture and the artists—musicians and actors—that have helped shaped in. In celebration of the upcoming 2017 awards, which will take place on August 13, let's take a look back at some of the best moments in the history of the event.
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15 covers that transcend the original hits

The original isn't always the best. Sure, there are plenty of covers that ride the coattails of the original, trying to mooch off of their success that can be catchy or fun (looking at you Orgy with your rendition of "Blue Monday"), but there are others that outshine the originals by either taking them to the next level, or even reinventing them in an unexpected way.So with that...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

20 chilled soup recipes to help you stay cool this summer

The warmest day of the year typically arrives in late July, which means it’s also the worst time to eat soup. If you love soup as much as we do, this can be a heartbreaking time of year, but it doesn’t have to be! You can still enjoy soup without the heat thanks to some cooled-down, warm-weather versions of the best broth batches around. Here are 20 chilled soup recipes to help...
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15 no-cook recipes perfect for meal prep

Sure, everyone knows how great meal prep can be – throwing a bunch of stuff in the slow cooker and having meals for a week in six to eight hours is be wonderful. That said, for those of us who are too busy or lazy to wait those six to eight hours, there are tons of amazing no-cook recipes that are tailor made for meal prep. Let us level your lunch up.
22 days ago  |  Discuss

15 twists on the classic lasagna

How many different ways are there to make lasagna? The answer: a lot more than you might think. While pasta, tomato sauce, ricotta, and mozzarella are the standard ingredients, there are plenty of things you can add, take away, or change in order put a unique spin on this classic dish – and we’ve compiled 15 different recipes showcasing the numerous creative and tasty variations...
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Don Henley's life in rock form

Don Henley's professional music career began 46 years ago when the Eagles released their first LP, but he didn't become Don Henley until he wrote and sang lead vocals on the Western-infused ballad "Desperado" in 1973. After a not-so-long run with the Eagles (the band broke up in 1980), he embarked on a hugely successful solo career that found him gradually segueing from a hard rock...
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20 best female ensemble comedies of all time

In case you haven’t heard, Friday, July 21 is the theatrical release date for “Girls Trip,” a new comedy that stars Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Tiffany Haddish, and Jada Pinkett Smith. Early reviews say this one is a laugh riot that rivals some of the best female ensemble comedies of all time - which got us thinking: what exactly are the best ones? With the only qualification...
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Starz got you feeling emotions with news they’re developing a TV show based on Mariah Carey’s life

Mariah Carey’s life story has always seemed larger than life. Perhaps that why it makes so much sense that someone is turning it into a television series. Per Deadline, Starz is developing a fictional scripted drama based on “the music superstar’s real-life experiences.” Taking place in 1986 New York City, the unnamed show (which will invariably be named after one of Carey’s...
Via The Comeback
29 days ago  |  Discuss

25 best surprise movie cameos of all time

Movie cameos are brief appearances by well-known persons in roles that are either minor, uncredited, or both – and sometimes the celebrities even play themselves.While folks like director Alfred Hitchcock and Marvel founder Stan Lee pop up in almost all of their films, most famous faces are complete surprises, which adds even more fun to their parts. There have been a countless...
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Latest trailer for Blade Runner 2049 shows Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard on the run

Movie studios probably release too many trailers for their blockbuster properties these days. (Although the previews are always enticing for movie fans and sites that love pop culture content.) But in some cases, the multiple trailers are intriguing because they reveal more of a movie’s story with each subsequent release. (And more often than not, they’re also reaching for a...
Via The Comeback
July 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Rob Gronkowski, Demi Lovato party it up to kick off ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ tour

There aren’t many athletes that are better t at being the life of the party than Rob Gronkowski. That’s why it made perfect sense when Demi Lovato picked him to help kick off her house party tour — “Sorry Not Sorry.” Gronk joined 200 other guests to kick off the tour in Boston, and it looked like quite the scene, and a pretty cool idea. Rather than performing in front of...
Via The Sports Daily
July 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Bill Murray to bring ‘Caddyshack’ restaurant to Chicago

Call it a Cinderella story outta nowhere. An actor now about to become a restaurant owner near Chicago. Bill Murray, decades after taking on the role of the groundskeeper in “Caddyshack,” is looking to build on the influence the movie carries with a “Caddyshack”-themed restaurant.Murray and his family own the Murray Bros. Caddyshack restaurant chain, with four locations sprinkled...
Via The Comeback
July 12, 2017  |  Discuss

A fan officially registered The Rock to run for president in 2020

Could The Rock actually make a presidential run in 2020? He’s said before that he “wouldn’t rule it out” and has joked that Tom Hanks would be his running mate.Fans genuinely want him to go for it — because, come on, he’s The Rock. After this past election cycle, would it really surprise anyone?Dwayne Johnson’s potential candidacy took a small step forward this weekend...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 10, 2017  |  Discuss
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