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Nothing More extend their tour into 2018

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Radiohead collaborate with composer Hans Zimmer and other news you might have missed today

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Keeping up with the Kardashian baby news

Fans are in a tizzy over reports that KhloA© Kardashian may be pregnant, which came just days after news that her baby sister Kylie Jenner is expecting. And let's not forget that there have been reports that sister Kim Kardashian-West is expecting a third child with husband Kanye West via surrogate.

‘The Hills’ producer creates new reality show about musicians in Nashville

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Burger King in Russia wants to ban ‘It’

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

These classic horror movie-inspired liquid lipsticks are scary amazing

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Pensioner says killed burglar 'came here to kill us'

'We really want to talk about that now?': Jane Fonda SNAPS at Megyn Kelly after NBC host asks her to reveal in front of Robert Redford what plastic surgery she has had done Trump's dramatic tax reform plan revealed: President wants just three brackets and zero tax on couples' first $24,000 - plus a massive slash to corporate rates Jared Kushner registered to vote in New York as a WOMAN: Trump son-in-law responsible for massive government overhauls and peace in the Middle East can't tick a box correctly Facebook 'was always anti-Trump' says the president after it emerges Russia's notorious ads were used to back green outsider Jill Stein and BERNIE Secrets of JFK assassination due to finally emerge 54 years later in CIA and FBI files - if Trump doesn't block their release Defense Secretary Mattis was the 'target of a Taliban attack' that saw 29 rockets land at Kabul airport, leaving one ... (more)

AMC Theaters will soon be opening virtual reality arcades

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Hey Violet talk about Miranda Miller’s departure, stealing clothes from exes—watch

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

This Ohio marching band played an entire Panic! At The Disco halftime show—watch

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria announce massive co-headlining tour

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

I The Mighty drop new song “Chaos In Motion” and other news you might have missed today

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

GALLERY: These behind-the-scenes pics of ROAM’s “Alive” video include snakes, dabbing and more

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

140-character tweets might be a thing of the past

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

This Panic! At The Disco horror movie trailer has us panicking—watch

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Tattoos have gone from social taboo to artsy trend in just a decade. With groundbreaking shows such as Miami Ink and its spinoffs LA Ink and NY Ink, television has helped show the general public the high level of artistry associated with ink in skin. But while the stigma that used to be attached to people with tattoos has vastly diminished (according to NPR, about 40 percent of people ages 18 to 29 have at least one tattoo), there still are shortcomings that need to be fulfilled within the industry—the biggest being the lack of recognition for female tattoo artists. 

Read more: 14 amazing tattoos inspired by lyrics

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