Jimi Roberts

A person plays on his tablet with Candy Crush Saga games developed by British King Digital Entertainment, on March 6, 2014, in Lille, northern France. The game is free, but players can pay for in-app extras to help them pass up through its more than 500 levels. Millions of commuters, teenagers -- even pensioners -- clock in daily to test their skills at the game, which involves lining up tiny pieces of colored sweets to make them vanish from the screen of their computer or mobile phone. AFP PHOTO PHILIPPE HUGUEN

Did You Catch “Candy Crush” The Game Show?

Candy Crush made its television debut last night on CBS. 


Best Places For Lunch In Maryland

Text in your favorite lunch place. 410 823 1019!


Image Of The Day

At the Museum Of Industry


Imagine Finding This Goldmine In Your Grandma’s Attic

A dream come true for a baseball fan!


Image Of The Day From Camden Yards

Had a great time hanging out at Oriole Park last night. Our O’s were on fire and beat the Yankees. Our bats were HOT! I took my long lens and got a fun shot of […]


A Father Sets Ariana Grande Straight

After the horrific attack Ariana went on social media to express her horror and say “I am so sorry.” Word is she is crushed by the attack, but one dad set her straight in a […]


“This Is Us” Is Moving To A New Night

It’s going to get the coveted “after the Superbowl” slot and it will be moving to Thursdays.


LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 05: TV personality Stephanie Pratt arrives to the premiere of Paramount Pictures' "Middle Men" at the ArcLight Theaters on August 5, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

Weirdest Cosmetic Surgery Ever?

Do you have a good belly button?



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