Best of the Week
1/31/2014 10:59:00 AM
If you are one of the unlucky few who missed out on all that happened this week at KLBJ and on the Internet, no worrys we have you covered. Here are some of the top posts from from this week. Catch up now and enjoy the best of the week. Let us know your favorite post of the week here.
-Happy Birthday B-DOE! Check out his latest podcast (The Show Before the Show) with special guest John Tole
-Dale Got A New Car
-Help us pick the February Rock Girl
-CJ Morgan needs your help winning the Statesman Social Media Award
-Austin was Basically Hoth
-Amber tried to phish and scam CJ
-Lorde without AutoTune caused a bit of controversy
-This commercial made us choke up
-It’s that time of year, when football fans around the world gather around to partake in Super Bowl festivities. Some watch for heart-felt team rivalry, but most make the game for the outlandish history of the Super Bowl commercials. Here is a look at one commercial that has received countless oohhs and ahhs this week. Enjoy.
-Receiving just as much attention is the “Doberhuahua” commercial. Lock your doors folks this could get dangerous.
-"Full House" guys reunite on Jimmy Fallon. If you haven’t seen it, please do yourself a favor and watch it right now.
-This photo received a lot attention on Twitter this week. I never thought I’d see Rihanna with the cast of Hull House, they are on a roll. Anyone vote for a new season?
-Things that will happen when you move to Austin.
-Daft Punk is known for always staying covered in public. According to BuzzFeed, Daft Punk member Thomas Bangalter said he wanted the most important thing to be the music, not the stardom. This week, photos of the two were floating around Internet.
-Here are just a few of Biebers latest accomplishments. A round of applause please... http://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanhatesthis/definitive-timeline-of-every-bizarre-and-illegal-thing-justi
-Most people study Beyoncé through tabloids, YouTube videos and television, but now you can actually study Queen B in the University. According to Buzzfeed, The course is called Politicizing Beyoncé and can be taken at America’s Rutgers University in New Jersey.