CraveOnline, 7UP and Martin Garrix Collaborate on World Premiere of “Music Lifts You Up: A Concert For The Deaf” Evolve Media's CraveOnline, the number one online destination for males, in partnership with 7UP, co-hosted a VIP invite-only event at the W Hotel South Beach during the Ultra Music Festival, March 17-19. Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, and Nervo were ... 03/21/2016 - 9:53 am | View Link
Video: Dave Grohl, One Direction, Lorde and Brian May Cover ‘God Only Knows’ A star-studded cover of The Beach Boys' 'God Only Knows' was premièred on Tuesday (October 7th), in order to kickstart the new BBC Music season. The cover, which was broadcast across the BBC's TV, radio and online networks, features the likes of Dave ... 10/8/2014 - 10:39 am | View Link
CraveOnline Launches Star Cars CraveOnline has launched “Star Cars,” their new webseries profiling famous movie and TV vehicles and the owners who love them. The premiere episode covers a former Power Ranger, his tubular “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” van, and a bonus ... 07/5/2012 - 8:48 am | View Link
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Last night, “The Nightly Show” host Larry Wilmore delivered the traditional roast/monologue at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, also known as Nerd Prom, because I guess Wolf Blitzer and Kerry Washington are “nerds,” just like every supermodel who likes “Star Wars” is, too. President Barack Obama dropped some amazing lines, as was expected — among other things we’ll miss in 2017 is having a president with killer joke timing — before literally dropping the mic on his way out.
You can read Wilmore’s epic transcript of shade here, but here are the 10 best lines, including what he said to Don Lemon to make the CNN anchor give him the finger.
On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal reported something that, in hindsight, was completely inevitable: Google is rolling out a feature that allows media companies to publish material directly on its platform.
From the Journal report:
Google is experimenting with a new feature that allows marketers, media companies, politicians and other organizations [to] publish content directly to Google and have it appear instantly in search results.
The search giant said it began testing the feature in January and has since opened it up to a range of small businesses, media companies and political candidates.
Fox News has worked with Google to post content related to political debates, for example, while People.com published posts related to the Oscars in February.
Once upon a time (last year), there was purportedly growing bipartisan consensus in Congress that mass incarceration needed to end. The resulting criminal justice reform legislation, however, ran into big trouble thanks to opposition from unreconstructed anti-crime warriors in the mold of Senator Tom Cotton, who says things like “it’s the victims of crime who will bear the costs of this dangerous experiment in criminal leniency.” So in classic Congressional fashion the bill is being deformed to attract more support.
The most recent iteration of the Senate legislation, unveiled last week, frees judges to deal more leniently with low-level offenders and decreases harsh federal mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenders.
The eagerly awaited reboot replaces the four male characters of the original with women. Could it be a game changer for Hollywood? ‘Everyone needs to step up,’ says its director, Paul FeigWednesday 27 April was Administrative Professionals’ Day, formerly National Secretaries Day – an annual celebration begun in the US in 1952.
Two years ago, the president of Credit Management Services, a collection agency in Grand Island, Nebraska, presented a struggling local family with the keys to a used 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis. To commemorate the donation, the company held a ceremony that concluded outside its offices, where the couple and their two young girls could try out their new car.
The family’s story was dire: their eight-year-old daughter’s failing kidney had led to multiple surgeries and a deluge of medical bills, according to an article in the local newspaper.
But CMS played another role in the family’s life, one the article didn’t mention.
Helen Mirren and Alan Rickman star in Gavin Hood’s tense thriller exploring the ethics of drone strikesThe peculiarly disengaged nature of modern warfare has been explored in several recent dramas, from Rick Rosenthal’s 2013 thriller Drones to Andrew Niccol’s more celebrated 2014 drama Good Kill. Here, the South African director Gavin Hood assembles an A-list ensemble cast (including Alan Rickman in his last on-screen role) for a provocatively tense thriller that negotiates the moral minefields of its thorny subject matter in crowd-pleasing fashion.