February 22, 2013
BuzzFeed analyzed data on all Best Picture winners since the 1930s to find the perfect Oscar bait. It should be a drama with "night" in the title.
I think the Chicago Bulls have found their next shooting guard.
Your Winter Stew Correspondent is back — and with so many vegetables!
Which is probably the point. You can follow Katniss and Peeta on their whirlwind victory tour at The Capitol PN.
Nature's Spy Lizard Go Go Gadget Weirdo.
Even memes are getting reboots now. Ten years after the initial craze, the Boomtang Boys are back with "Hamster Dance 2.0"
122 Facebook likes, 500 Facebook shares. A very sanitized treatment of a bloody practice. (Updated)
...is what you'll say after seeing this.
It's like planking, but you smash gallon jugs of various fluids in supermarkets. It's not exactly a thing yet, as these three teens appear to be the only ones doing it, but it likely won't be long before the New York Times does an article.
Can you smell what the Beck is cooking?
Editors despair, but we can't stop writing about it. Desperation breeds Kate Upton, cute animals, and the "spendocalypse."
You can either stand up or stand down. Plus, what to do with that Facebook update you weren't supposed to see.
Break out the popcorn and pocky. There are way too many anime sub-genres out there, so take this quiz to decide which one you should commit to.
Aside from the fact that it's the tastiest dessert ever.
Buried deep in your profile is a button that shows all your activity, including who you search for. Facebook knows your deepest secrets — and it's not letting you forget it.
Stop trying to make "#Obamaquester" happen, says the internet.
When 15-year-old Phoebe Prince took her own life, Flannery Mullins and five classmates ended up in court for allegedly bullying her. Inside the story of "the South Hadley Six."
The Pope is giving up Twitter when he leaves his office later this month.
So maybe it's time to stop filming "Harlem Shake" videos now?
Suddenly those $10 mini-bar bottles of water look pretty good.
Just because they're weird doesn't mean they don't deserve your love.
The news of Washington's looming cuts to federal spending is becoming a daily topic in local papers across the country.
Hundreds of strangers attended the funeral of a British veteran after a clergyman, fearing that the former Royal Marine would be buried without mourners, posted a message on Facebook asking people to attend.
Tyler Jones told police that he hid his iPhone in the school bathroom and then uploaded the footage to a porn site.
When a story becomes a punch line.
The conservative pundit insulted a room full of libertarian students on the Fox Business network after host John Stossel brought up the topic of legalizing marijuana.
There is a way to make motion posters into a huge Hollywood marketing tool. Keep trying, you can do it! (Warning: Auto-Sound.)
A Pistorius ally broke the tension in the Pretoria, SA courtroom with an exuberant "Yes!" as the judge freed Oscar Pistorius on bail.
Because emojis are the ultimate form of expression, and this was bound to happen. The internet turns fine art into emoticons.
2013 does 1988.
Thirty-five months out. "I'm well-acquainted with how important it is to get an early start in this state," says Spirou.
His name is Bob Butt. I know!
Ben Affleck's taken home practically every directing prize this season. With him out of the Oscar race, can Steven Spielberg beat out Ang Lee and David O. Russell?
JDA was a hit with the audience Thursday night, but the judges cut him anyway. What was the problem?
"I've always eaten horse meat and I have always loved it," says one French customer at Boucherie Chevaline in France. About 16% of French households buy horse meat.
Careful not to distract from New Jersey's other election, the Newark mayor is keeping his Senate ambitions unofficial. "What I'm running right now is the city of Newark," says Booker.
Four Canadian film students were assigned a project: Create a YouTube hoax video that gets 100,000 views. They got nearly 42 million instead. Here’s the definitive behind-the-meme look at how — and why — their homework snowballed into one of the most popular and rapidly spread videos ever.
My dad died before he was nominated for two Academy Awards. So my mom took me instead.
Two hats. Cool look.