By now everyone has heard that Bill Cosby - the beloved Dr. Huxtable from the 1980s hit sitcom, "The Cosby Show," and before that, tennis coach Alexander Scott on "I Spy," from the '60s - has been publicly accused by at least ten women, including Lou Ferrigno's wife, of sexually abusing them, or of ... More >>
This is week is filled with free events, so you don't have to worry about breaking into the piggybank before payday. Instead, you can check out a "cool" movie, take a trip to Japan or shake hands with a two-time Mr. Universe. See the online Westword calendar for more events, and let us know about m ... More >>
We're glad spoo isn't real. There are quite a few cartoon foods we're glad aren't real: spoo, for example, a substance described as "meat jello," that's made an appearance on not one, but two cartoons. Other disturbing foods found in cartoons include the sawdust-y "powdered toast" from Ren a ... More >>
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