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To paraphrase the late Robert F. Kennedy, some people would ask 'Why put sloppy joe meat into a deep-fried, glazed donut shell?' but Charlie Boghosian asks 'Why not?' Boghosian, known to many fans of fair food (and presumably their cardiologists) as "Chicken Charlie," debuted a Krispy Kre
Jay-Z may have something big he'd like to brush off his shoulder: an NFL investigation. TMZ reported that the NFL is looking into whether or not rap mogul-turned-sports agent Jay-Z had improper involvement in recruiting former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith to his Roc Nation Sports agency. Smith was drafted by the New York Jets in April.
British TV scored a major coup over the weekend. While promoting his latest movie "After Earth" with his co-star son, Jaden Smith, on 'The Graham Norton Show' on BBC One, Will Smith was reunited with DJ Ja
A day after the city of Boston was locked down under a 'shelter-in-place' order while a massive manhunt captured the last suspect at large in last Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston Red Sox held extended pregame ceremonies at Fenway Park on Saturday to honor the memory of the victims of the attacks and celebrate the Boston police, emergency responders and marathon volunteers
Baseball's most storied rivalry was put on hold for a moment on Tuesday. In a show of class and support, the New York Yankees joined other big league teams in playing Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' after the third inning of their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night. The song is traditionally played as a sing-a-long at Boston's Fenway Park
Joe Flacco threw three touchdown passes, and the Baltimore Ravens withstood a stadium power outage and a furious 49ers' rally to beat San Francisco, 34-31, at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on Sunday night.
A recently deceased Pennsylvania man went to a fast food restaurant so often that his daughter arranged for his funeral procession stopped by the drive-thru on the way to his burial. This is why you should be nice to your family: when you are dead, they're in charge.
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