Harvard Baseball Team Rocks Out to "Call Me Maybe"

Harvard Baseball Team Rocks Out to "Call Me Maybe"

What did a half dozen members of the Harvard University baseball team do when they ran out of ways to pass the time during a recent road trip?

If you guessed "choreograph and perform a dance to Carly Rae Jepsen’s 'Call Me Maybe'" ... you would be correct. And very good at this game!

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Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are Author, Dead at 83

Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are Author, Dead at 83

Maurice Sendak, the author of one of the most popular children's books of all-time, has passed from complications related to a stroke. He was 83.

A writer and an illustrator, Sendak rose to prominence in 1963 with the publication of "Where the Wild Things Are." It was made into a movie in 2009.

Posted in: R.I.P.
Suge Knight: NOT Arrested For Tupac's Murder

Suge Knight: NOT Arrested For Tupac's Murder

Suge Knight has NOT been arrested for the unsolved 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur, despite what recent Twitter rumors would have you believe.

The ex-Death Row honcho's crime record includes prison stints for drug possession, assault and probation violations over the last quarter century.

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Sheryl Crow Tries, Fails to "Soak Up the Sun"

Sheryl Crow Tries, Fails to "Soak Up the Sun"

Sheryl Crow is sort of old. Give her a break.

So argued the veteran singer herself during a show in St. Petersburg, Florida on Saturday night, as Crow attempted to belt out a version of her classic "Soak Up the Sun," only to quickly forget many of the words.

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Rebecca Black Releases Music Video for "Sing It"

Rebecca Black Releases Music Video for "Sing It"

Rebecca Black is officially back on the music scene.

The young singer, most famous for the catchy/awful tune "Friday," unveiled her latest track yesterday: "Sing It." She then quickly followed up the online release of its audio with the official music video.

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