Mar 31, 2017
Police in Indiana are looking for a woman who has been randomly getting in people's cars and refusing to get out. Meanwhile, the MLS team in San Diego is learning that you can't open the naming process up to public voting. Plus, Garry has an idea for how a celebrity can help a town that's down on it's luck.
Mar 30, 2017
A civil rights group in Georgia is suing, because a family was not allowed to use the name "Allah." Meanwhile, Crayola has announced that they will be retiring one of their colors later this week. Plus, Willis Tower in Chicago has decided to add an absolutely terrifying new feature.
Mar 29, 2017
Paris is adding public urinals around the city, and they have come up with a clever use for them. Meanwhile, strange things are ending up in garbage lately. Plus, Oakland will probably not be a very good place to see an NFL over the year or so.
Mar 28, 2017
A total solar eclipse is going to be crossing the continental United States coming up this August. Leslie plans to see it in person, but because of demand for hotel rooms, she's had to improvise her lodgings. Meanwhile, Garry thinks the United Airlines dress code story shows the world would be better off if we all had a...
Mar 27, 2017
Garry has a few bones to pick with music disc jockeys and local newscasts. Meanwhile, a new vegetarian burger will simulate the look of blood. Is that something anyone would actually want? Plus, there's a new video challenge that is beginning to make the rounds on the Internet. It probably will not end well.