NewsFeed has been chronicling the saga of Willow the Cat (or, “the cat who went rogue”) diligently, and now we’re here to report that the beloved calico is reunited with her Colorado family—and more fame may be around the corner.
Whether it’s a discovery made due to one man’s hoarding or his collecting habits is unclear — either way, a gem has been uncovered in the form of Alfred Hitchcock’s very first film, locked away for almost 80 years.
Disney is taking notes from Universal’s spellbook following the success of the studio’s Harry Potter theme park.
John Mayer will have to take it easy for awhile, after being diagnosed with a serious throat condition known as granuloma.
Dirty Dancing is hitting Facebook, and it’s more exciting than just hitting “Like” on a fan page.
Just when roses were starting to get a bit predictable and cliché, the unattainable has become a reality: the blue rose.
The state of New Jersey would like to keep the stars of MTV’s monster hit reality series smushing and boozing in Seaside Heights, and they’re willing to make state residents cough up the cash to make it happen.
Imagine if high school cheerleaders had never sauntered around campus in short skirts, but rather walked down the hall in swishy sweatpants.
It may be fun to pop into a pet store at the mall while running errands to get in some cuddle time with the adorable puppy in the window, but those days are over.
Jaqueline Kennedy is forever enduring in the national memory for her poise, grace, and impeccable style. But little is known about how she really felt about her years in the White House and of her relationship with President John …
For the men who wonder, “Where are all the single ladies?” Rent.com has the answer: Away from unattached men like you.