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LeBron James is all up in you. He has his own app, he's all over commercials, and he is currently chasing a third-straight NBA title. And now, he's all set to take over Hollywood. LeBron is currently reportedly involved in not one but two productions, including a docudrama about his life as a high ... More >>
He's won world championships, Olympic gold, MVPs, made commercials, obliterated Jason Terry and has been a cartoon. And now, LeBron James is adding sitcom producer to his repertoire. And, just like he did with Dwyane Wade, LeBron is joining forces with another who has been a force in his respective ... More >>
Matt Selman, via TwitterAnthony Bourdain is making an appearance on The SimpsonsWho would have guessed that Springfield would become a foodie destination? The Simpsons' 23rd season will see both snarkmaster extraordinaire Anthony Bourdain and Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio make guest appearanc ... More >>
sully213 at flickr.com In South Park, food isn't just funny. It's also pretty gross. Like the recipe for Chef's salty, chocolate balls... Now, Comedy Central and Frito-Lay have teamed up to bring you something even better. To celebrate the show's 15th season, look for th ... More >>
Man of the hour.Chef Zach Bell, a three-time James Beard Award nominee, will be hosting a meet and greet with guests on Saturday night at Cafe Boulud for his participation in the South Florida's Hottest Chefs calendar. (A chef pin up calendar sure sounds a lot like something from this week's Sout ... More >>
South Park's rendition of Food Network star Guy Fieri. I used to never miss an episode of the Comedy Central show South Park. It's skewering of pop-culture fads and personalities is unmatched, even if it often devolves into shock-value programming in the process. But last night's episode, titled ... More >>
photo by david_shankbone via flickrAdd assaulting animators with battered whitefish to the list of things you'll find in Kanye West's beautiful dark twisted fantasy. Back in April 2009, "South Park," an animated series known for its relentless attacks on all things self-important, roasted ... More >>
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