The internet has always been filled to obsession with various things; cats, porn, fails, and everything in between. We've even seen birds (Hatebeak) and dogs (Caninus) who "sing" in metal bands. A trend has been growing over the last couple years, of kids performing amazing cover versions of popular songs.
This is becoming a big deal, since people like kids, they like music, and like t
Local TV news has given us lots of great moments (anybody remember "Snow-pocalypse" a few years back, when every station went live 24-7, driving local hysteria to the point where schools closed for what turned out to be a light dusting of snow?), but we have a new low when it comes to dirty journalism -- leading with a story about a little girl who pooped her pants.
For me one of the best parts of any wedding is when it's time to open the champagne. Not because it's all romantic and stuff. It's because I'm hoping that someone either drops the bottle or gets hit in the face with the cork.
The digital age is certainly narrowing the gap between artists and their fans, as well as creating ways for people to communicate their emotions to the world. Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx was moved by one such display and reached out to a little girl because of it. 12-year-old Chloe McCarty of Blaine, Minn., used his band Sixx: A.M.‘s song ‘Skin’ in a video where she revealed she has a mental di