With a dwindling economy, endless Washington infighting and a massive oil spill, 2010 was pretty dismal. But hey — we …
The one-month festival of football has come to a close. What will we take away from the games in South Africa?
The World Cup’s been filled with weird and wacky events (soccer aside). The latest? A coked out World Cup trophy!
What’s worse: the sound of a vuvuzela, or the sound of it being crushed into tiny pieces? You decide. Video at TheDailyWh.at.
It was a sports photo made in paparazzo heaven – Leonardo DiCaprio and Mick Jagger, taking in some world cup soccer. Then Leo picked up the vuvuzela. (via Socialite Life)
International sporting events always have a way of invoking a sense of national pride, but they also give birth to new fashion trends. Here are some of our favorite World Cup fads.
Millions of dollars spent in conservation efforts could seem like nothing compared to the punishment one New York man has planned for BP. Revenge is a dish best heard buzzing.
Spicing up boring old American baseball — one vuvuzela at a time.
Oh my, scratch the obits – on both sides of the pond.
TIME’s Dan Fletcher and Steve Snyder break down this week in Internet trends, including Touchdown Jesus and the latest fast-food abomination.
“Isn’t it very annoying that those people in polyester jerseys are running around with their stupid ball on the field and the referee blows his whistle for no apparent reason, all just to distract from the lovely sounds of …
There’s nothing more relaxing than the persistent, unrelenting drone of the vuvuzela.