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Chris Brown giving relationship advice.
Honey Boo Boo’s mom speaking at a health seminar.
Snoop Dogg teaching people how to stay away from drugs.
Snooki handing out parenting lessons.
All of these sound like hotbeds for terrible advice, but crazily enough, the last one is something that actually happened.
MSU alumnus Ryan “Anthony” Jurado would tell you when it comes to popular media, the geeks and nerds are underrepresented. In his new “gamer comedy,” “Lagged Out,” Jurado hopes to bring the nerd and video game subculture to the forefront.
People have disagreements, that’s a fact of life and human nature. At what point, however, do these disagreements take over and impact our workplace, our friendships and possibly our career?
Tickets for the hip-hop and rap artists Macklemore and Ryan Lewis concert on March 19 still are available, ASMSU Director of Public Relations Haley Dunnigan said.
After getting out of my 12:40 class early on Thursday, I decided to grab a bite to eat at The Gallery at Snyder-Phillips before heading to The State News office.
What is catchier than the cold, crazier than the stomach flu and spreads faster than the plague?
Well, it’s not an illness, but it is spreading around the world virally — in video form.
MSU students who watched the Grammys might remember Renée Fleming, who won her fourth Grammy for her album "Poemes," taking home the award for best classical vocal solo.
After taking a break from the music industry and expanding his presence on TV and in moves, Justin Timberlake is coming back full force with a new album, “The 20/20 Experience.”
Viewers watching The Grammys expect to see beautiful women wearing dazzling evening gowns and men sporting sophisticated tuxedos.
Are you a key member in a college sports scandal?
Well, if you are, prepare to talk to Katie Couric.
And the award goes to ... We don’t care. We just want to see the gown!
After celebrating his 37th birthday at the club (where else?), rapper Rick Ross narrowly avoided death early Monday morning.
The awards season started off on the wrong foot for “Argo,” but it appears that it could be a dream finish for the Ben Affleck-directed flick.
With winter in full swing, the dry-skin epidemic has inevitably set in, as it does every year without fail.
Mean Joe Greene giving his jersey away. Computer generated lizards dancing to “Thriller.” Babies talking about the stock market.
As of this past weekend, Vittorio Missoni, the acclaimed CEO of Italy’s Missoni fashion house, is missing in action.
Last night, Alabama trounced Notre Dame, 42-14, to win their third BCS National Championship game in four seasons, but it wasn’t a player that starred in the broadcast; it was Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron’s girlfriend, Katherine Webb.
6. *Thor: The Dark Worlds (Nov. 8)*
As with Iron Man 3, I’m on board with this without knowing anything beyond it’s a Thor sequel with Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman in it.
Hollywood is a fickle place — particularly its insistence on making sequels to movies that don’t call for a follow up film. I mean, "Grown Ups 2?" Really? The quality of the movies that come out in any given year is random and often unfortunate.
Throughout the fall semester, the Features desk has covered a variety of fun, quirky events throughout Greater Lansing — almost too many to count.