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Of Mice & Men announce short film ‘Unbreakable’ about life on the road

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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

Laura Jane Grace gives advice for those struggling with suicidal thoughts

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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

Gerard Way reacts to Twenty One Pilots’ cover of “Cancer”

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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

Watch Fall Out Boy’s full Rock In Rio set

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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

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

Debra Messing Regrets Going on Megyn Kelly's New Show

Messing made her comments while responding to an Instagram follower who asked why the actress, an outspoken Democrat, would appear on "Megyn Kelly TODAY" Kelly joined NBC from the right-leaning Fox News earlier this year. Messing replied that she was only told it was a "Today" show appearance and didn't know Kelly was hosting.

Recovering Congressman Steve Scalise talks to CBS

CBS says "60 Minutes" has landed the first television interview with House Majority Whip Steve Scalise since he was shot at a congressional baseball team practice in June. He'll recount the attack from his vantage point and will talk about what his medical ordeal has been since then.

Aerosmith cancels tour amid Steven Tyler medical issue

Aerosmith has canceled the remaining dates of their South American tour as frontman Steven Tyler receives medical care in the U.S.
The announcement was made in a post from the band on the singer’s Facebook page Tuesday. “Unfortunately, due to unexpected medical issues, lead singer, Steven Tyler, is seeking immediate care and has been advised by his doctors that he cannot travel or perform at this time,” reads the note.
The message continued: “Steven is expected to make a full recovery. With proper rest and treatment he will be back on his feet soon rocking the world.”

Taylor Swift reveals the one Easter egg she regrets leaving out of 'Look' video

Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” video is a veritable trove of Easter eggs for her fans — but according to the singer, one bit of hidden meaning was thought of too late.
In a new behind-the-scenes clip from the making of “Look What You Made Me Do,” Swift said the scene in which she and a group of women rob the vault of a music streaming company was akin to “absolute idiocy” because “we’re, like, robbing a streaming company as if they have a vault of cash and all the girls are shoving money into their really well-coordinated, primary color, awesome Gucci outfits wearing ridiculous kitten masks.”
But as Swift mentioned in the video, the masks don’t replicate the likeness of her cat Olivia Benson, one of two Scottish Fold cats Swift owns, on account of the ears not being pinned down
“We really, really should’ve stapled their ears,” Swift said of the masks. “Why? God, you get the best ideas after it’s too late!”
Watch the video below, which debuted on PEOPLE.
Fortunately for fans, there are plenty of references and Easter eggs in the actual “Look What You Made Me Do” video. Read up on some of them here.

Jemele Hill on Trump Controversy: ‘Twitter Wasn’t the Place to Vent My Frustrations’

ESPN anchor Jemele Hill has acknowledged that the controversy over her tweets calling President Donald Trump a racist wound up turning the sports powerhouse “into a punching bag.” In an essay penned for the sports website the Undefeated, Hill defended her right to call out injustice and social issues in her role as a journalist […]

'Game of Thrones' stars Kit Harington, Rose Leslie engaged

A formal notice published in the Times of London newspaper Wednesday announced the upcoming marriage of "Mr K.C. Harington and Miss R.E. Leslie." It describes the couple as "Kit, younger son of David and Deborah Harington of Worcestershire, and Rose, middle daughter of Sebastian and Candy Leslie of Aberdeenshire."

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