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Katy Perry brings the Taylor Swift feud to Carpool Karaoke because nowhere is safe

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Carpool Karaoke is an innocuous institution of a pop star’s press tour. “Hey, they seem fun,” we say every damn time. But now the carefree affair is tainted with bad blood.

Why won’t you believe Mark Zuckerberg that he’s not running for president?

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Mark Zuckerberg is not running for president. He’s got a higher calling.

I desperately tried to make friends with Jake Gyllenhaal at Cannes

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There are many different kinds of love.

There’s the love a man has for his partner. The love a mother has for her child. There’s the love two friends have for each other, or even the love a child has for a waggy-tailed golden retriever.

Then there’s the love I have for Jake Gyllenhaal. I guess the best way I can describe this love is a kind of respect/admiration mixed with a burning desire for us to be best friends, like the way you longed to be best friends with one of the bigger, more…

Inside the haunting, too-surreal-for-words premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’

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It is happening again.

A tiny snippet of dialogue from a long-ago Twin Peaks episode has become the tagline for Showtime’s series revival from David Lynch, which world premiered Friday night at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Diane, every little detail was eerily familiar, disorienting, dreamy, deeply unsettling. In other words, perfection. Peak Peaks.

Inside the haunting, too-surreal-for-words premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’

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It is happening again.

A tiny snippet of dialogue from a long-ago Twin Peaks episode has become the tagline for Showtime’s series revival from David Lynch, which world premiered Friday night at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Diane, every little detail was eerily familiar, disorienting, dreamy, deeply unsettling. In other words, perfection. Peak Peaks.

Inside the haunting, too-surreal-for-words premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’

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It is happening again.

A tiny snippet of dialogue from a long-ago Twin Peaks episode has become the tagline for Showtime’s series revival from David Lynch, which world premiered Friday night at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Diane, every little detail was eerily familiar, disorienting, dreamy, deeply unsettling. In other words, perfection. Peak Peaks.

Inside the haunting, too-surreal-for-words premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’

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It is happening again.

A tiny snippet of dialogue from a long-ago Twin Peaks episode has become the tagline for Showtime’s series revival from David Lynch, which world premiered Friday night at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Diane, every little detail was eerily familiar, disorienting, dreamy, deeply unsettling. In other words, perfection. Peak Peaks.

Inside the haunting, too-surreal-for-words premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’

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It is happening again.

A tiny snippet of dialogue from a long-ago Twin Peaks episode has become the tagline for Showtime’s series revival from David Lynch, which world premiered Friday night at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Diane, every little detail was eerily familiar, disorienting, dreamy, deeply unsettling. In other words, perfection. Peak Peaks.

Inside the haunting, too-surreal-for-words premiere of ‘Twin Peaks’

TwitterFacebook

It is happening again.

A tiny snippet of dialogue from a long-ago Twin Peaks episode has become the tagline for Showtime’s series revival from David Lynch, which world premiered Friday night at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

Diane, every little detail was eerily familiar, disorienting, dreamy, deeply unsettling. In other words, perfection. Peak Peaks.

How volunteers in Seattle brought a joyous surprise to local charity organizations

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The Seattle Center Exhibition Hall was teeming with excitement on the morning of May 13th. Blue and white banners hung everywhere, while volunteers in matching shirts organized piles of supplies sprawled across 20 tables. The words on these banners and shirts were all the same – “Dream Fearlessly.”

As more groups of volunteers filed into…