When a legendary sci-fi hero survives a catastrophic event, the creativity of fanboys and fangals on Twitter ignites.
A Minnesota man is upset about the way his family was treated on a Southwest Airlines flight because of a tweet.
Ted Nugent asked some rhetorical questions on Twitter last night (Feb. 20), most of which kept with the theory, sticks and stones may break people bones, but words should never hurt them. Nugent asked his 222,000 […]
Why would anyone wanna kill Chris Cornell??
“When asked how important Frances Bean’s well-being is to the defendant, her lip began to quiver and she teared up, avowing, ‘It’s the most important thing,'” SPIN reports.
The speculation of whether or not Prince has been running the mysterious 3rdeyegirl Twitter account was confirmed yesterday (August 13) in a series of tweets from the man himself.
65-year-old Steven Tyler proves that age is just a number. Oh, and a few hundred wrinkles that he hides with his silk scarves and hair feathers, but the Aerosmith rocker has more energy than more 25-year-olds we know.
President Bill Clinton might be well-known for his in office scandals, jogging sessions to get junk food, and recent vegan adventures after a heart attack, but what he’s not known for is really owning social media.
Having just announced that they will headline England’s Glastonbury Festival, The Rolling Stones are (strongly) hinting at a U.S. tour announcement this Wednesday (April 3) with a Twitter hashtag, #StartMeUpWednesday.
Because your friends and family can’t live on without seeing weekly updates on your stubbed toe and many miles you ran in a month.