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The Black List, Men’s Fashion Magazines and a Eulogy to Hoverboards

The Cooler: Your Talking Points for Today

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Reindeer Games: According to The Atlantic, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is more than just a goofy flying caribou and harbinger of Christmas cheer.

Bear Down: The 1985 Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears are finally getting the 30 for 30 treatment. Check out the sneak peek here.

Toy Story: Vanity Fair delivers a heartfelt eulogy to the “too-hot toy” of the year.

Back in Black: Hollywood’s annual ranking of best unproduced screenplays—known as the Black List—has been released. The top spot went to Bubbles—the story of the late Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee.

Consider the Rock Lobster: Fred Armisen played cowbell during Sleater-Kinney’s seven-minute-long cover of the B-52s’ “Rock Lobster.”

Man Down: Mashable documents the fast rise and fall of men’s fashion magazines.

What Does It All Mean: Stephen Colbert and Jennifer Lawrence lie on a hillside, gaze up at the stars and ponder some of life’s biggest questions.

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