The Starbucks cup is iconic. Is it so famous that the brand doesn’t need words?
Birds of a feather continue to die together.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: who needs critics when the ultimate critic — the public! — gets a chance to cast a vote and make its voice heard? And lo, it came to pass that a certain franchise going by the name …
A behemoth bluefin tuna sold for a record 32.49 million yen — or about $396,000 — in Tokyo’s famed Tsukiji fish market on Wednesday, smashing the 2001 record when a bluefin auctioned for 20.2 million. (via Ecocentric)
Whatever will they think of next?
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia likes his pizza like his constitution: traditional, just as it was when he was a child.
Think your baby is smart? This dog is smarter.
If you see Variety, don’t tell them about this because you’ll make them cry. But Hollywood’s box office ticket sales for 2010 have been announced and are anything but boffo.
“Hit the showers!” These words have struck terror in gym class students for generations. But the school shower marks more than an opportunity to towel-whip the undersized or mock the hairless or hirsute: it is a right of passage …
Well, that’s one way to handle rejection.
William Bankston is only 47 years old, but he’s already racked up more than double his age in visits to the Mobile County Metro Jail.
NewsFeed would like to apologize for taking until the fifth day of the new year to write about Lady Gaga. But normal service has now been resumed.