Last Friday, an anonymous source from Sony Pictures sat down with Orange-Stripe at a bar in West Hollywood to discuss a special Kickstarter campaign that has been gaining traction since February.
The school’s tradition of the annual flag football game has taken place for nearly a decade and was listed as Chantilly’s 34th most attended town event – right after Free Slurpee Day and before Circuit City Memorial Day.
The story here started six days ago, and ended today with a smoldering pile of rubble.
It may be cold outside but things are steaming up at Fash!on Magazine. In a daring move, the magazine selected 55-year-old actress April Snow as the cover model of its February issue.
School officials have lauded the decision as a long needed change.
Harvard, MA – Leading researchers at Harvard's Biochemistry department have discovered a groundbreaking connection in the continued battle against cancer. “We looked long and hard at the data, and have found that the more people click on sensational headlines and links, especially those on Facebook, the more likely they are to get ass cancer and die. The P-value equals 1,” says disembodied voice in a white overcoat.
What a fun activity arising from this terrible crisis.
Besides Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the big treat for moviegoers this Christmas is the new movie Santa Claus Conquers ISIS. In a strange, but ultimately bold move, Disney let director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal, the Academy Award-winning team best known for films like The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, take the reins of their much beloved Santa Clause franchise.