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To paraphrase the late Robert F. Kennedy, some people would ask 'Why put sloppy joe meat into a deep-fried, glazed donut shell?' but Charlie Boghosian asks 'Why not?' Boghosian, known to many fans of fair food (and presumably their cardiologists) as "Chicken Charlie," debuted a Krispy Kre
The Indianapolis 500 is the world's largest single-day sporting event. Approximately 400,000 fans will crowd the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend to watch "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" at the 2.5-mile oval track. While drivers average speeds well in excess of 150 miles per hour, sometimes the race comes down to the final lap. Here are the 10 best Indy 500 finishes of all-time:
It's a good thing Andrew Luck can read a defense better than he can access the internet on his cell phone. Even though the Indianapolis Colts quarterback signed a $22.1 million contract after being selected with the first-overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, Luck still uses an archaic Samsung
Baseball's most storied rivalry was put on hold for a moment on Tuesday. In a show of class and support, the New York Yankees joined other big league teams in playing Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' after the third inning of their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night. The song is traditionally played as a sing-a-long at Boston's Fenway Park
Adam Scott birdied the second playoff hole to beat Angel Cabrera and win the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia on Sunday. In winning his first-ever major, Scott became the first Australian ever to win the Masters
It's cool for a guy to take his girlfriend to WrestleMania, right? Sure, unless that same guy has a wife, then things get complicated. For instance, that guy's wife could show up at WrestleMania with a sign calling him out for cheating and giving his section, row and seat number. Oof.
The woman in the photo above held a sign and wore a T-shirt calling out her husband for cheating and dub
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