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From Fighting the Joker to Being the Joker

June 12, 2017

Adam West—TV's Batman on the campy, hilarious 1960s TV series—has passed away at age 88. After spoofing the superhero genre, Adam West pioneered a new style of acting: ironically skewering himself, his career, and his image. He was always in on t...

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5 Inclusive Muppets

April 18, 2017

For nearly 40 years, Sesame Street has helped kids learn about the world around them, and themselves. To that end, the series has routinely introduced Muppet characters that reflected the big, diverse world out there. Aristotle Sporadically througho...

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A Hockey Team By Any Other Name

April 12, 2017

It’s time for the NHL postseason, and the lead up to the Stanley Cup finals. And there’s a good chance that whichever team you’re rooting for might have entered into the league with a completely different name. Phoenix Scorpions The Winnipeg ...

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The Biggest Upsets in NBA Playoffs History

April 11, 2017

The NBA Playoffs are about to start. And while most experts and hardcore fans expect the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors to face off in the NBA Finals for the third year in a row, history indicates that anything can happen. Going in...

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5 Weird April Holidays You Ought to Celebrate

March 31, 2017

Spring has sprung, and so have these silly and obscure “holidays.” April 1: International Tatting Day It’s also April Fool’s Day, and it would be a pretty nasty prank if you convinced somebody that “International Tatting Day” was the day...

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