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The Macalope hates to break it to Samsung (HA!), but it's not fooling anyone with its entrepreneurial baloney...Also this week, some pundits get some tough love from the Macalope...Why We're So Successful Despite The Religious Devotion Of Apple
He has a pretty impressive career yet we couldn't help but notice the transformation he has experienced over the years...It's enormously difficult to go from a tween who sings pop love songs to tween girls, to a full fledged pop/r&b singer. Justin is
01/23/2013 5:28 pm EST Follow: In today's reminders that we are getting old, so old, is this gem from baby teen model Kendall Jenner . The 17-year-old model and reality TV star (and Kim K's little sis) went over old issues of Tiger Beat (remember
The "American Idol" judge's shingle, Nuyorican Prods., is venturing beyond TV and film for the first time to partner with the classic magazine brand on an original online series. "Tiger Beat Entertainment" will bow next year on AOL and its recently
The resurfacing of JTT, aka Jonathan Taylor Thomas, this week brought back fond memories of Teen Beat, Tiger Beat and Bop but whatever happened to those magazines' other teen heartthrobs? Thomas, Devon Sawa, Nick Carter, Rider Strong, Matthew
You were either so entirely obsessed with the Home Improvement dreamboat that it was hard to tell where the JTT posters hanging in your bedroom ended and your actual wall paper began, or you had a best friend who did. (I was of the latter category.
Apr 26, 2011 The Onion, the comedy news organization, fooled the New York Times, which admitted that it accidentally used a fake Tiger Beat magazine cover with President Obama's face on the front when it did a piece on the publication. On Saturday,
Monday by Teen Zogby!, both Barack Obama's approval and dreaminess ratings among slumber partyattending tweens have risen to 82 percent following last week's publication of the Tiger Beat cover pictorial "Hangin' With Barack!" "Barack is sooooo hot!"
Tiger Beat, even now the glossiest of rags, began as an act of capitalist savvy that was also a good deed: acknowledging the interests and burgeoning desires of young women, a group that had been ignored all too often. Started in 1965 near the height
Laufer's most significant contribution to the media world was not exactly filled with pioneering investigative journalism. But Tiger Beat which is still published today , by the way understood what celeb-obsessed tween and teen girls desperately