If you haven’t heard of the MyIdol app by now, don’t worry – it’ll be a distant, Internet-based fever dream inside of twenty-four hours. The free app was developed in China and, while not incredibly user-friendly to English-speaking users, allows you to superimpose the face of your choice into an avatar.
We figured we’d do our part in beating this dead horse into the ground, so without further ado, here are some of your Boston favorites like you’ve never seen them before, and hopefully never see them again. More
Jimmy Kimmel kills it on the music lineup this week, but the best guests are spread all over late night. Check out a Massachusetts politician, or get your giggles on as two former SNL studs are reunited. More
A good balance of interesting and entertaining this week on late night television. As always, Fallon leads the week with musical guests, but the personalities are a mixed bag. You can find a local politician on a Comedy Central show or a Comedy Central personality on a CBS show. More
Despite only being in Washington for one year, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has led the democratic charge on a whole range of progressive issues, from the defense of social security to an increase in scientific funding. I sat down with the freshman senator with the rest of the Globe editorial board today, and over the course of the hour-and-a-half long conversation, two things became abundantly clear. More
Regrets: we’ve had a few. But apparently they haven’t stuck with us the way they should have. Otherwise, why would we invite Peter Berdovsky to stage another massive prank, continue to build enormous condos in the South End, and acquit George Zimmerman? Well, we know how you’ll ease the pain of history repeating: By forgetting about last week’s hangover and drinking with your friends at the bars this weekend. Here’s a round up of crazy current events to talk about. More
Don’t want to seem like an uninformed loser at the bars this weekend? Talk about the disturbing teen trend known as the “thigh gap” (pictured). Trust us. You’ll come off as informative and insightful, and hotties love humorous, topical tidbits. Here’s a current events cheat sheet to spark bar conversation. More