Ahmed Best has a new podcast—and a new understanding of Jar Jar Binks, the character that once defined his past.
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- How the Guy Who Played Jar Jar Survived the Fandom Menace
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- Man busted for pocketing cash from fake cancer donation jars
By Ruth Brown - Friday Jul 7, 2017
A man was busted swindling good Samaritans out of tens of thousands of dollars by putting out bogus kids’ cancer charity collection jars then pocketing the proceeds, according to reports. State cops arrested Saratoga Springs man Deran Akullian Jr., 59, Thursday after learning he was allegedly scoring up to $90,000 a year from hundreds of...
- Healthy Takeout from an Acclaimed Restaurateur
Tuesday Jul 25, 2017
Phil Winser, a founder of New York’s Fat Radish, debuts a line of healthy dishes sold in to-go jars.
- Poor raccoon gets rescued after being stuck in peanut butter jar
By Mia Johnson - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
We’ve heard about getting caught red-handed with your hand in the cookie jar, but what about getting caught with your head stuck in a peanut butter jar?
It sounds a little embarrassing, but that’s what happened to raccoon out wandering in someone's yard out on Long Island, New York.
The little creature was probably super hungry for some peanut butter, so he said “why not just stick my whole entire head in the jar? That’ll surely get me every last drop.”
Smooth thinking, raccoon. You didn’t think about how you’d get yourself out of there, huh? Read more...More about Watercooler, Animals, Raccoons, Culture, and Web Culture
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Daniel Arnold spent the last two months photographing parks in all five boroughs. The experience showed him “a very different pulse of the city.”