In what could be the most amazing food/movie tie-in ever, Krispy Kreme and Sony Pictures have announced a collaboration of giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man-proportions! To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the greatest ghost story in modern history, Krispy Kreme is releasing two special, limited-edi ... More >>
If you've had better things to do than watch daytime television and nibble leftover Chinese food, you might have missed the tragic news. The TV show Judge David Young -- a courtroom drama staring the sassy former Miami-Dade man in robe -- will air for the last time September 4. Whic ... More >>
The Oscar nominations came out this morning. There were some surprises, but as virtually everyone expected, Mickey Rourke got a nod for best lead actor for his role in The Wrestler. What started as a local hook for covering awards-show nonsense has turned into quite a saga detailing Rourke's strange ... More >>
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