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Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:20

The Las Vegas real estate company that bought Cortana Mall for $6 million earlier this year is now suffering from a case of buyer’s remorse and wants to annul the purchase.

Moonbeam Capital Investments added Cortana to its national portfolio of overlooked and underutilized retail centers in March with plans to lease the copious available space to retail, restaurant, and office users....

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:16

Publisher Jeremy White welcomes Knick Moore and comedian Howard Hall Jr. to this week’s show, which right off the bat devolves into a discussion about midget dicks and running train.

Knick and Howard reminisce about the time they starred in a rather unique ad campaign for a Baton Rouge copier company. They also debate if Howard’s “made it” yet since whoever achieves that status first...

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:14

A sophomore at LSU with perfect vision said he bought a pair of obnoxious, horned-rim glasses strictly so he could appear to be a bona fide blogger.

hipsterglassesJames Bollard said he bought the glasses last month after finally deciding to start a blog.

“All my friends have blogs and I didn’t,” Bollard said. “We’d get together at Highland Coffees, and they’d spend the whole...

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:08

Real conversation between me and my significant other:

PacificRim-DancingBearMe: I’m going to see Pacific Rim.

Her: What’s that one about?

Me: It’s a movie about giant robots and giant monsters.

Her: And …? (raised eyebrow look, asking for more information)

Me: I don’t know what else to tell you. If you’re not sold by now, … there’s nothing more I can...

Updated date: Monday, March 3, 2014 - 14:07

Late last week, social media fell in love with the latest original movie from the SyFy Channel: Sharknado, a classic in which “super tornadoes suck sharks up from the ocean, hurling them at L.A.” It even starred America’s sweetheart Tara Reid!

Sharknado is just the latest (and certainly not the last) awesomely low-budget production from SyFy for D-list actors desperately grasping for...

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