On Saturday, several events transpired at “Comics Come Home” that did not bode well for the Cam Neely Foundation. From sets about aborted plane landings to political bits that set the crowd ablaze with angst, the show was a rollercoaster from hysterical high points to horrific low points. The show was wildly entertaining, but also […]

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The Kardashians are very open about themselves to the public (or at least that’s the image they portray). From witnessing their family drama on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” to fawning over their vacations on Instagram and Snapchat, it’s like we know them personally. So, it seemed natural when Khloé Kardashian Instagrammed a photo of […]

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Albums 1. “Big Mess” by Grouplove Quirky, alternative-rock band Grouplove pours their heart into their newest album, “Big Mess,” to the point that it’s almost literal. The first song on the album, “Welcome to Your Life,” is about vocalists Hannah Hooper and Christian Zucconi welcoming their newborn daughter into the world — their hearts were […]

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1. Eagerly waiting for the debate to start. If you’re not watching this go down on Twitter or POLITICO, I would highly recommend checking it out. Never in my life have I been more amused by the banter and propaganda their parties are posting for them as they debate. The only thing better than watching […]

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While the Kardashians are off gallivanting through their ancestral homeland of Armenia, an artist has been gaining popularity for his new series that targets the infamous reality stars and their celebrity status. Based in Los Angeles, he refers to himself as Plastic Jesus, and no, that is not a joke. He has developed a series […]

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