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This Is What “Irregardless” Really Means (It’s a Real Word!)

© Masson/Shutterstock If you roll your eyes dramatically when you hear someone saying ‘irregardless,’ you aren’t alone. We’ve all been taught to never, ever let that word slip out of our mouths—the correct term would be ‘regardless.’ But we have some earth-shattering news for grammar nerds. Even though 74 percent of respondents in a Grammarly poll were convinced ‘irregardless’ is not a word, it actually does show up in the dictionary. It’s easy to see why ‘irregardless’ became so cringe-worthy. If ‘ir-‘ means ‘not’ and ‘regardless’ means ‘of no regard,’ then shouldn’t it mean ‘not of no regard?’ That doesn’t make much sense, and it’s certainly not how people use it. (Here are 11 more...

Cramer’s 5 reasons for being suspicious of bitcoin

Click to expand Replay Video SETTINGS OFF UP NEXT With the CBOE, CME and Nasdaq hopping aboard the bitcoin train to offer their own derivatives of the wildly popular cryptocurrency, CNBC’s Jim Cramer issued a warning about the craze. “After its recent ascent, bitcoin’s become some sort of abstruse casino game that seems to have only winners and no losers. You’ve got to like that, right? I think, though, that could change,” the “Mad Money” host said. “Whenever any security runs from $5,000 to $10,000 to $15,000 to $19,000 in a matter of weeks or even hours, you’ve gotta wonder how long it will be before it bursts.” Given the buzz around bitcoin, Cramer said that it could still have room to run even after Thursday’...

Ex-USA coach Klinsmann’s son makes pro debut

© Provided by Goal.com Jonathan Klinsmann made his professional debut on Thursday, and the goalkeeper saved a late penalty to preserve Hertha Berlin’s 1-1 draw with Ostersunds FK in the Europa League. The 20-year-old is Hertha’s third-stringer, but got the nod in the team’s final group-stage game with starter Rune Jarstein unable to play in European matches and backup Thomas Kraft out with illness. And with Thursday’s match tied 1-1 in the 87th minute, Klinsmann went down low to his left to deny Brwa Nouri from the spot. “Klinsmann had a very good game, he stayed firm under pressure and saved the penalty,” Hertha boss Pal Dardai said after the match. KLINSMANN SAVESSSSSSSSS! More: Gulati’s influence in American soccer won’t die with his USSF ...

The sweet reason Harry & Meghan want a banana wedding cake and more

Another week, another batch of romance updates! Kaley Cuoco is engaged! People reported on Nov. 30 that boyfriend Karl Cook, proposed on the actress’s 32nd birthday. Karl documented the happy moment on Instagram with a video of the “Big Bang Theory” star crying tears of joy. The professional equestrian wrote, “Well after nearly two years I finally got up the courage to ask her to marry me. This is the best night of my life and I think the video shows it is the best night for Kaley as well… of she said yes!” According to the magazine, Karl treated his future bride to a home-cooked meal which ended with a big surprise: a pear-shaped diamond ring. The couple began dating in the spring 2016 after Kaley divorced her first husband, former tennis pro Ryan Sweeting. C...

Beyonce Went to Target & Twitter Can’t Handle It

“They would’ve found my body laid out on Aisle 7,” one fan tweets. Celebrities are just like us. Yes, even Beyoncé. The superstar did a bit of holiday shopping at Target on Thursday (Dec. 8) with her mother Tina Knowles, daughter Blue Ivy and one of her newborn twins. One fan documented the monumental occasion on Twitter. It’s not everyday you see @Beyonce at target —- pic.twitter.com/3nI8bVqONh — taylor — (@MsTaylorOlivia) December 7, 2017 The BeyHive, as expected, blew up the Twittersphere. They expressed everything from shock that the lucky spectator didn’t faint from excitement to disappointment that Queen Bey can’t just shop in peace. Here are some of the best fan reactions. They would’ve found my body laid out on aisle 7. #Beyonce #Target pic.twitter.com/bWVFn...

Delaney Jane Takes the Spotlight With ‘HOWL’: Exclusive Video

Maybe Allen Ginsberg saw the greatest minds of his generation destroyed by madness, but this rising pop singer starves for a different kind of fix. “HOWL” is Delaney Jane‘s wild call into the abyss of would-be romance. Its wild side is cool and tempered over a danceable beat and longing melodies. Angel-headed as she is, she’s not-so-naked in a doomed wedding gown, though she frets with all the pained anguish of youth in the windy desert, contemplating some wrong turn or another. The Toronto-based singer should sound familiar to dance fans. Jane has featured on tracks by Tiesto, Grandtheft, DVBBS & Shaun Frank, and this year’s Grammy-nominated Adventure Club, among others. “HOWL” was produced by Shaun Frank as well, lending the tune its instant catch ...

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Memphis Native Teddy Walton Talks Producing GoldLink’s Grammy-Nominated Song ‘Crew’ & His New EP ‘Mental Health’

Memphis native Travis Walton, also known as Teddy Walton, has had an incredible year. Most recently, he became a Grammy-nominated producer for his work on Kendrick Lamar’s “LOVE.” as well as GoldLink, Brent Faiyaz and Shy Glizzy’s “Crew.” The up-and-coming creative is being heralded by industry insiders as the next great producer, and it’s obvious from his vision and insistence on doing work that has substance that he has a shot at greatness. Influenced by artists like Three 6 Mafia and Tame Impala, Walton first gained buzz in the industry by releasing a project in 2012 called EVOL with his brother June. The record made its way around the Internet and soon caught the attention of the likes of Drake and others.  However, a year ago, Walton was dead ...

New York Attorney General Files Lawsuit Over Buffalo-Area Music Festival

Concert promoter Cody Conway allegedly canceled the Buffalove event without refunding customers nearly $15,000. New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has filed a lawsuit against Buffalo concert promoter Cody Conway and the Buffalove Music Festival Schneiderman is accusing Conway of canceling the three-day Franklinville, New York, festival two weeks before it was scheduled to begin on July 20 and failing to refund 146 customers who bought tickets from $85 to $125 a piece for a combined $14,896.42. The investigation was led by James M. Morrissey and Erica Law with help from Michael Russo and Marty Mack. “New Yorkers should get what they pay for – and they’re entitled to timely refunds if event organizers don’t follow through on their promises,” said Schneiderman in...