Yesterday Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared April 25, 2017 “La La Land Day” to celebrate the film’s DVD release, because that’s a normal thing for a government official to do and the movie studio still had some cash leftover in the marketing budget and Garcetti is probably going to run for Governor.
This fall, the Internet was gripped and then convulsed by Zola and her harrowing Twitter tale of a stripping trip to Florida gone very wrong. Now, in a development we’re still working through emotionally, James Franco will direct a movie based on Rolling Stone’s story about Zola’s tweets.
BuzzFeed tweeted out this little nugget of internet content and it sure has me mighty confused. For some reason, they decided to post side-by-side pictures of Lil Kim and Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande. The problem is that they left one important thing out.
Last week, TOMS shoes founder Blake Mycoskie was a headliner at an event hosted by Focus On The Family. According to Christianity Today, Focus On The Family is "working to become a TOMS international distributor in Africa." Will canvas-footed progressives balk?
Authorities in Evanston, Illinois will charge a 17-year-old student with misdemeanor criminal sexual abuse instead of a felony because the 14-year-old victim gave cops contradictory information. Apparently the sex was "not forced," as she originally claimed, but "partly consensual." Huh?