Fleetwood Mac Announce Tour with Christine McVie; Bill Murray Rocks PBR Beer Pants
March 28, 2014
By ABC NEWS
Fleetwood Mac Announces Tour with Christine McVie
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Fleetwood Mac have announced tour dates with ex-band member Christine McVie, after 15 years of separation.
The legendary band will reunite with their keyboardist and singer for 34 shows in 33 cities across North America, kicking off September 30 in Minneapolis, according to Rolling Stone.
The announcement comes after Stevie Nicks’ statement a little over a year ago that there was "more of a chance of an asteroid hitting the Earth" than Christine McVie returning to Fleetwood Mac.
Fans can start preparing for the end of the world when tickets go on sale beginning Monday, April 7.
Entire Chapter of 'Game of Thrones' Book Released
Spoiler alert: The link to an entire chapter of the newest "Game of Thrones" book is contained in today's Social Climber. Read on if you dare…
Author George R. R. Martin released a chapter of his newest page turner in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series which inspired the HBO hit TV show "Game of Thrones."
Martin posted the teaser on his blog just in time for the release of "Game of Thrones" fourth season premiere on April 6. There's no word on when his sixth and latest book "The Winds of Winter" will be finished though.
Bill Murray Rocks Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Pants
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During a golf tournament in Jacksonville, Fla., On Thursday, Bill Murray showed that he is a man of style and substance – that substance being PBR beer, which the 63-year-old actor obviously thought would look good all over his pants.
No actual beer was involved in the fetching ensemble. Just Murray's checkered PBR logo shorts accompanied by an equally trendy "Caddyshack" throwback T–shirt.
Facebook to bring Internet Everywhere via Drones
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The list of awesome drone ideas continues. Facebook has announced plans to use unmanned flying devices to deliver the Internet to people in parts of the world without it.
Founder and CEO of the social media company, Mark Zuckerberg, said their "Connectivity Lab" is working on a project that would literally "beam internet to people from the sky," the AP reported.
It follows Google’s effort to launch a similar project earlier this year to get the entire world online called Intern.org.