It's summer, which means that fall is right around the corner and of course that means it's "Back to Terrorism" season. So today I'm going to give you some high-priority intel on the latest terrorists that have been invading our country at an alarming rate.
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"Burning Love," "Bride Wars," and "New Girl" actress June Diane Raphael stops by the What's Trending studio to chat about the the new season of her ...
There have been many times over the last year or so when I've told Annie things like, "No, it's too expensive," or "Sorry, I don't have any cash." That was silly, of course, because toddlers don't know how the heck money works. Recently, though, Annie has started to understand.
Remember the old children's game "Telephone" where one child whispers a message to the next child, who whispers it to the next and so on? The end result was always hilariously transmogrified from the original message.
I'm not gonna sit here and tell you that I was always a punctual person, but becoming a parent has put a whole new spin on my excuses for being late to meetings, lunch dates, parties and appointments.
In the age of multitasking almost every activity we engage in requires us to focus, hold on to one piece of information in our minds while we work with another piece of the information and not lose the first piece.
Kale: Proving that you are what you eat, the still-trendy leafy green has officially made the transition from plate to playpen this year.
You shouldn't have to search all over YouTube to get your dubstep babies fix. So we at What's Trending did the work for you, by compiling the bes...
I suspect that deep down we all like Adam Sandler, which is why we also kind of hate him. We certainly don't like all of his movies -- especially his recent ones -- but he seems like a nice enough guy. He's pleasant company on the talk show circuit and, by all accounts, is a good husband and father. Yet a lot of people will express honest-to-goodness vitriol toward Adam Sandler. I think they're really angry at what Sandler has become.
What is it about a comedy that draws an audience? It should be funny, that's a given. But perhaps there is something deeper. Something much more mystical that excites the attention of audiences.
In May of 1998, I convinced my reluctant husband that we absolutely needed to spend $1,000 on a dog run so that our new puppy could enjoy the outdoors without being eaten by a coyote. Turns out that the new puppy didn't love the new digs created just for her.