For time eternal, musicians, writers and artists have had a special relationship with booze. Alcoholism does have a genetic component, but new research indicates something else may be responsible for the drunken antics of your favorite rock stars: knocking back a few makes people more creative.
US Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas won perhaps the most coveted title in her sport when she took the gold medal in the women’s all-around competition on Thursday in London, becoming the first African-American female gymnast to ever win individual Olympic gold.
As news broke on Thursday about a report on the sex abuse scandal that’s rocked Penn State, those on the university campus who gathered around TVs in the student center to watch the announcement found they weren’t able to — because those televisions suddenly switched to a public access channel instead.
Porn star Taylor Stevens, who showed off her impressive rack during the Stanley Cup Finals in Los Angeles, has announced she’s auctioning off the two shirts she wore that sent the interwebs into a tizzy — and donating the money to charity.
The clubhouse for the Oakland Athletics had some unhappy players on Friday after it was announced that just four days after being named first baseman for the team, Kila Ka’aihue has been designated for assignment.
And the timing couldn’t be much worse for Ka’aihue.
Anyone who’s ever been in a bar has probably seen it: the cheesiest guy in the place approaches the hottest girl and simply can’t believe it when he’s shot down. He may be clueless, but a new study says his audacity might not be a character flaw. In fact, it may just be simple human evolution at work.
The news that Mike Quade is out of a job as the manager of the Chicago Cubs was not entirely unexpected after a record of 95-104 since taking over for Lou Piniella in August of 2010. Official word of Quade’s firing came down Wednesday.
While Quade is out, many are surprised that Cubs legend Ryne Sandberg — who was up for the position last year before Quade won it — won’t be considered to replace him.
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