• Lunchtime Links

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

    Sandra Bullock sells ice cream to Jimmy Fallon

     

    On last night’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, actress Sandra Bullock starred in a skit where she and Fallon are on a fake Canadian soap opera and they only use fake arms.

     

     

    “Family of Man” photo gallery

     

    Revisit the Museum of Modern Art’s 60-year-old photo exhibit “The Family of Man.” Eventually turned into a book, the exhibit is said to have changed the landscape of modern photography.

     

    Halloween hook-ups

     

    Aside from a long-standing tradition of candy and creepy costumes, Halloween maintains a legacy of being a holiday for hooking up. Read more about the history here.

  • Lunchtime Links

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    Nightmare on Elm Street

    A woman in Mission, Texas recently experienced a real-life nightmare when workers at her newly purchased Elm Street home dug up a coffin. Find out more here.

     

    Harry Potter And The Cursed Child

    J.K. Rowling recently announced that the two-part play “Harry Potter And The Cursed Child” is an official sequel to the Harry Potter series. The play will take place after the series’ epilogue and follow Harry potter’s second son, Albus. Learn more about the play here.

     

    Meet the Joker

    The first full-body photos of Jared Leto’s Joker have been released along with segments of his first interview on the character to be released in Empire magazine’s December issue. Check it out here.

  • Lunchtime Links

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    A Special Message from Doc Brown

    In honor of the 30th anniversary of “Back to the Future,” check out this special message from Christopher Lloyd’s Doc Brown.

     

    Microbiologist recreates “Starry Night” in petri dish

    As part of the American Society for Microbiology’s Agar Art contest, scientists submitted works of art created with yeast and bacteria. Look through some of their submissions here.

     

    Ole Miss students remove state flag from campus

    Yesterday, the University of Mississippi’s student senators voted to remove the state flag from campus. Learn more about their decision here.

  • Lunchtime Links

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    Star Wars Trailer

    After the final trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” was released last night, fans crashed ticket sites, eager to secure seats for the film’s premier in December. The trailer included a mix of new characters and older ones such as Han Solo and Princess Leia, though Luke Skywalker was suspiciously absent. Check out the trailer below.  

     

     

    Drake drops new music video

    Yesterday, Drake debuted the highly-anticipated music video for his track “Hotline Bling” on Apple Music. Check out the video below.

     

    Kanye West releases two new songs

    West also surprised fans by uploading two songs to SoundCloud yesterday. While the songs aren’t exactly new, “Say You Will,” is a reworked version of West’s 2008 song of the same name, and “When You See It” uses a beat the rapper made for The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.” Check out the songs here.

     
  • Lunchtime Links

    Tracy Morgan returns to SNL

    16 months after his near fatal car accident, comedian and former cast member Tracy Morgan returned to host SNL. Watch his monologue here:

     

    Fall is in the air

    Click through this collection of photos from The Atlantic to get ready for fall.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2015/10/fall-is-in-the-air-part-ii/411268/

     

    Buddha on Mars

    After NASA discovered water on Mars, some people believe they’ve now discovered Buddha. Some people have been likening one of the red planet’s rock formations to the religious figure, judge for yourself by clicking below.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/mars-buddha-rock-formation-sends-imaginations-running-wild/story?id=34571631

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