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Videos of the Wednesday: Dad Films Daughter Taking Selfies

Videos of the Wednesday featuring Dad Films Daughter Taking Selfies, Dad Shreds Video Games, ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Jimmy Fallon Julia Roberts, Chelsea Handler, Ellen, 55-foot Water Catapult and more

August 27, 2014

2-year-old Drops F-Bomb After Taking ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

From E! Online



Face Balls with Julia Roberts on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon


Teletubby Dances During Mizzou Sorority Recrutiment

The fraternity, Delta Tau Delta, had to have a meeting with the University of Missouri’s Title IX coordinator when someone in the Greek Life office decided they weren’t exactly being “gentleman”. Was it a dick thing to do? Yes, but it most certainly didn’t need to be handled by the Title IX coordinator. Whomever is in charge of the fraternities there nowadays should tell the guys that this is a great way to piss off every sorority on campus and make sure they are spending their time at houses other than Delt.



Homer Simpson Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge


Two-Minute Sneak Peek of The Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story Released

The clip shows Dustin Diamond, played by Sam Kindseth in the Lifetime Movie, arriving on the Set of Good Morning, Miss Bliss.


Dad Films Daughter Taking Selfies

Best Dad Ever? From Mashable


Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minag Release “Bang Bang”


Ellen DeGeneres and Chelsea Handler’s Nude Show Fight

Chelsea Handler is leaving E! for Netflix.


Human Water Catapult Launches People 55 Feet

Originally found on Total Frat Move. How outrageous does just about everything in this video look? Here’s the behind-the-scenes video.


Psycho Dad Shreds Video Games

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STL Weekend Event Guide: April 10-13

The weekend events in St. Louis from Thursday, April 10th through Sunday, April 13th.

Highlighted Event

chelsea Chelsea Handler Book Signing: To start, Chelsea Handler will be in St. Louis this Saturday for her Uganda Be Kidding Me stand-up comedy tour at Scottrade Center. Tickets start at $60. I love Chelsea Handler! Her books are hilarious and her latest, “Uganda Be Kidding Me,” is no exception. But the most awesome part is that before her show, Chelsea is hosting a book signing at the Left Bank Books downtown location. Tickets are $30 and include one copy of “Uganda Be Kidding Me.” If you already own the book, like me, you can just sell the extra on eBay or something. $30 is a small price to pay to meet Chelsea either way.

Date: Saturday, April 12
Time: 2pm
Place: Left Bank Books – 321 N 10th St

angels-envy-bourbon-dinner Bourbon & Banter: Bourbon & Banter is all about enjoying the wonders of bourbon, good banter & making new friends. In other words, “Spreading The Bourbon Gospel.” This Thursday, they are hosting a dinner and tasting of Angel’s Envy Bourbon, rye and cask strength whiskeys featuring Wes Henderson, COO of Louisville Distilling Co. to St. Louis. Throughout dinner Wes will talk the crowd through each whiskey and provide additional information on how it was made and what to look for when tasting. Each attendee will also receive a copy of Bourbon & Banter’s Bourbon Flavor Wheel to assist them in identifying the aromas and flavors found in bourbon. Check the FB page for the dinner menu. Tickets are $85.


Date: Thursday, April 10th
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Glen Echo Country Club – 3401 Lucas Hunt Rd

cherokee Cherokee Nights: A monthly event where you can explore the businesses on Cherokee Street during the evening hours. Enjoy art, live music, food, buskers, street entertainment, discounts, and more. Check out I Scream Cakes, Taco-Wolf Studios, The Strings Attached Project, STL-Style, The Whiskey Ring, The Rockin’Redhead, Craft Art Bar, Midwest Guitar, Foam, 2720 Cherokee, Tortas y Tacos Cielito Lindo, Livery Company, and Fortune Teller Bar.

Date: April 10
Time: 5-11pm
Place: Cherokee Street

walk ms Night Walk MS: Walk MS connects people living with multiple sclerosis and those who care about them. It is an experience unlike any other – a day to come together, to celebrate the progress we’ve made and to show the power of our connections. When you participate in Walk MS, the funds you raise give hope to the more than 6,900 people living with MS in our community. The dollars raised support life-changing programs and cutting-edge research. Every connection counts. Register here.

Date: April 10
Time: 6pm
Place: Taubman Prestige Outlets, Chesterfield

Friday & Saturday

scavneger hunt USG Hollywood Nights Scavenger Hunt: Ladies slip into those formal gowns and gentlemen suit up for a wonderful evening to benefit the Community Hope Center. All-you-can-eat pasta dinner for two catered by Alton Sports Tap followed by a 3-Hour Scavenger Hunt. Draft Beer and Soda are included. Cash Bar is also available. VIP Goodie Bags for each couple upon arrival. Cash prizes for 1st place $500, 2nd place $250 and 3rd place $140. There will also be photographers and videographers on hand to capture the memories and to help share the message with the community. Tickets are $140 per couple.

Date: Friday, April 11
Time: 5-11:30pm
Place: Alton Sports Tap – 3812 College Ave

lo-fi st louis Lo-Fi Cherokee: A mini-music fest on Cherokee Street put on by Lo-Fi St. Louis. Lo-Fi Cherokee is a unique event that started in 2012. It brings music, video, social media and St. Louis city culture together. 14-18 local bands or solo acts from new unknowns to veterans of the scene will convene in various shops for live music video shoots over the course of a single day. When it’s all over we will have produced as many high quality performance videos. The public is invited to be part of the videos, the wrap party at the end of the day, and the video unveiling party TBA.

Date: Saturday, April 12th
Time: 10am
Place: Cherokee Street

schlafly Repeal of Prohibition Beer Festival: Sample more than 30 beer styles, including plenty of Schlafly favorites and great beer styles from this year’s guest, the State of Washington. Price includes a commemorative tasting glass and samplings of over 30 beer styles including our guest breweries from the State of Washington: Bale Breaker Brewing Company, Elysian Brewing, Epic Ales, and No-Li Brewhouse. Enjoy Live music from The Sidney Street Shakers. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 the day of.

Date: April 12
Time: 12-5pm
Place: Schlafly Bottleworks – 7260 Southwest

arrg Arch Rival Roller Girls: Check out your St. Louis women’s roller derby league compete in the first double header of the season. 1st bout is St. Lunachix vs Team Unicorn. All-Star bout starts at 8pm vs Madison Mad Rollin’ Girls. Tickets: $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Kids 10 and under are free.

Date: April 12
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Midwest Sport Hockey in Queeny Park – 570 Weidman Rd


graffiti run Graffiti Run: The most colorful run of your life. The term “run” is used loosely as this 5K course is more about having a blast with friends and family than it is about busting out four-minute miles. So feel free to run, walk, dance, crawl, roll, piggy-back ride, or summersault your way through the color madness. The Graffiti fun Run is for everyone. Come decked out in all white, and leave looking like a rainbow. Tickets are $50. After the race, stick around and enjoy live music and dancing.

Date: Sunday, April 13
Time: Run 1st wave: 9am
Place: Gateway Motorsports Park – Madison, IL

Spring-Chicken Spring Chicken Bicycle Ride: A fun, scenic ride through the Kaskaskia river bottoms in the heart of southern Illinois coal country, hosted by Trailnet. Stay afterwards for a fantastic home cooked chicken dinner and plenty of cold beer for purchase at the St. Libory American Legion. This ride features a “Group Ride” starting at 8:00 a.m. The Group Ride is for those who might be new to BFC rides, new to cycling or just interested in getting to know more riders. The Group Ride is led by an experienced Trailnet volunteer and usually takes the short course. Cost is $13.

Date: April 13
Time: 7:30am
Place: St. Libory American Legion – 7236 Rt 15

ark of taste Ark of Taste Dinner: The Ark of Taste travels the world collecting small-scale quality productions that belong to the cultures, history and traditions of the entire planet: an extraordinary heritage of fruits, vegetables, animal breeds, cheeses, breads, sweets and cured meats in an effort to point out their existence, draw attention to the risk of their extinction, and invite everyone to take action to help protect them. This Sunday’s dinner will be prepared by Executive Chef, Josh Galliano and feature Mulefoot Hog and Gulf Shrimp. Cost: $45. Call The Libertine to make reservations. 100% of the profits will benefit Slow Foods St. Louis.

Date: April 13
Time: 5pm
Place: The Libertine – 7927 Forsyth


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Comedians That Rock


There’s so much going on in the comedy world right now. “Hangover III” just came out in theaters and YouTube hosted Comedy Week last week, which was kind of overwhelming but awesome at the same time. The apocalyptic comedy “This Is The End” is being released in theaters on June 12th. And finally, as local comedy goes, I just found out about a weekly comedy series that The Dubliner in downtown St. Louis has been hosting since late 2012. They bring in both local St. Louis and nationally known comedians, such as John Camponera, every Friday & Saturday night.

So in the spirit of comedy, and because my favorite comedy shows have either just ended (The Office) or just had their season finales, leaving me sad and in need of some comic relief, I put together a list of my favorite comedians and some of my favorite things they’ve done (in no particular order).

Nick Swardson aka Terry The Informant aka DDR Jeff: I first saw Nick Swardson in Grandma’s Boy and when he rocked Dance Dance Revolution, I was sold. He also played Terry, the hilarious gigolo on Reno 911. I often get bored with stand-up, but with Nick (and my other favorites), I could watch stand-up all day and love every minute of it. Here ‘s the DDR scene:

Jim Gaffigan: I’m not going to lie, I did not find him on my own. In fact, I remember seeing him on My Boys, a t.v. show that ended in 2009, and I tried to get into it but just found it boring. Then I was introduced to his stand-up. He talks about food a lot in his stand-up: Hot Pockets, Cinnabon, bacon, all foods that I love. I also follow him on Facebook and am amused daily by his jokes about his kids. My favorite skit from him, and actually of all stand-up, is this:

Steve Harvey: While Steve technically retired from stand-up comedy last year, I still see him do stand-up every time I watch Family Feud. And while I’m not even sure I could pick a best of Steve Harvey clip because I laugh at everything that comes out of his mouth, this one relates to Family Feud and is from his August 2012 Grand Finale Performance, which is a must-see.

John C. Reilly aka Dr. Steve Brule: From “Talladega Nights” to “Walk Hard” to “Step Brothers,” he’s comedy gold. But what’s even better are his skits as Dr. Steve Brule. Those were the good old days. Everyone should live by Brule’s Rules. Brule on Cool, Brule on Sushi, Brule on anything just makes me smile. My favorite Brule clip and I think the funniest thing I’ve ever seen from John C. Reilly is ‘For Your Wine.’

Chelsea Handler: I know what most of you are thinking…really? And yes is my answer. I’ve been hooked on Chelsea since the first time I saw her on Chelsea Lately. I rarely enjoy women stand-up comedians, which I know they struggle and I should support them, but I usually don’t find them funny. Chelsea’s rebellious behavior, witty sarcasm and nonchalant attitude are exactly everything I love about her. I’ve read all 3 of her books and laughed until I cried. Here’s an oldie but goodie on having babies:

Patton Oswalt: I honestly don’t know what it is about him that I love. It’s like before you even recognize him as a comedian, you just know he’s funny. He’s not over the top; it’s simply his delivery. He knows what to say and how to say it and it gets a laugh every time. It also doesn’t hurt that he says funny stuff about food, which for some reason, I always laugh about.

Mindy Kaling: The second woman comedian who I find truly funny no matter what comes out of her mouth. I love her book, I love watching her do interviews and I love her show, The Mindy Project, which just finished it’s 1st season. If you haven’t seen it, jump on Hulu and catch up before season 2 begins. I rarely like to watch t.v. episodes or movies more than once, but I will watch The Mindy Project episodes several times and still laugh at the craziness. She’s an excellent writer and comedian and she rocks! And it’s very hard to pick a favorite Mindy Project clip but here’s a little preview:

treat yo self Aziz Ansari: Most people know him as Tom Haverford from Parks and Recreation. If you don’t know him from that, that must mean you don’t watch Parks and Rec, which is your first mistake. However, he is also an amazing stand-up comedian and while I missed him when he came to St. Louis last year, I am now stalking his Twitter, Facebook and website and waiting impatiently for him to come back. You must check out his stand-up special Dangerously Delicious. It’s only $5. Here he is in my favorite episode of Parks and Rec:

Aziz is also in the new comedy ‘This Is The End’, which is coming to theaters June 12th, along with an amazing cast of hilarious actors: Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Mindy Kaling, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson (Darryl from The Office). It’s an apocalyptic comedy. Normally anything dealing with apocalypse, alien life, etc would have me tuning out within seconds. However, this movie, with it’s full cast of amazing comedians and other stars like Emma Watson and Rihanna, has me counting down the days. Check out the trailer:

And finally, this list wouldn’t be complete without a shout-out to the late, great Bernie Mac. I used to watch the Kings of Comedy on repeat and sometimes I get a craving for my favorite clip from Bernie, “Milk and Cookies.” I’ve never heard anything funnier and I probably never will.

 Who’s your favorite comedian, new or old?


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