Author: Stephen Lethbridge

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Grant Imahara, the co-host of the Discovery show Mythbusters and Netflix’s White Rabbit Project, is dead at the age of 49. The Hollywood Reporter reports that he died suddenly of a brain aneurysm. Imahara was a roboticist and electrical engineer by training. “When I was a kid, I never wanted to be James Bond. I wanted to be Q, because he […]

On Monday, the Washington Redskins announced that they will be “retiring” their controversial nickname, and that owner Dan Snyder and head coach Ron Rivera “are working closely to develop a new name and design approach that will enhance the standing of our proud, tradition rich franchise and inspire our sponsors, fans and community for the […]

Jane Lynch, you are the weakest link–hello! Vulture reports that Lynch has been tapped to host a revival of the Weakest Link game show for NBC after an American version of the British show enjoyed a brief but hugely popular run on the Peacock network back in 2001-2002. Lynch will reportedly shoot 13 episodes of […]

Ontario resident Susan Sos had a recent lucky streak playing lottery scratch tickets, winning not one, but two big jackpots in the course of three weeks, UPI reports. Sos said she was out for a drive and picked up a crossword scratch-off while filling up her gas tank at a store in Cobourg. “I found […]

The NHL and its player’s union reached agreement on a couple of major deals Monday, the first of which will see the league resume its season on August 1, the AP reports. The league and the NHLPA agreed on a return-to-play format that would see its expanded 24-team season start training camps on July 13, […]

On Monday night, a false rumor that Ellen DeGeneres had passed away gained momentum on Twitter. As The New York Post notes, people seemed to confuse rumors of her daytime talk show being canceled with reports that the 62-year-old funnywoman had died. (Again, she hasn’t.) While DeGeneres and her show are very much alive, her […]

Coronavirus lockdowns are a drag, but a gay nightclub in Peru has found a novel way to financially survive. The New York Post reports that on Tuesday, ValeTodo Downtown in the capital city of Lima reopened as Downtown Market, a grocery store staffed by the club’s drag queens. “I was very depressed because I have been doing […]

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A man in the Quebec town of Chelsea has been reunited with an ice skate he lost years ago thanks to an amazing turn of events. Jeff Meldrum was cleaning out his basement last month when he came across his single Reebok ice skate and decided it was time to give up finding its mate, […]

A San Diego Starbucks barista who was shamed by a mask-refusing customer has raised more than $90,000 in online tips as of Monday morning. According to a recent GoFundMe update, Lenin Gutierrez plans to donate some of the money, but also wants to use the funds to support his goal of becoming a dancer. However, […]



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