The Week: What You Missed


Sunday, March 20 | Tiger Woods’ new 22-year-old girlfriend (see left) is friends with his daughter. Oh, and as a child, she made him crayon drawings before his tournaments to wish him luck. If that’s not creepy, we’re not sure what is.

Monday, March 21 | The uproar continues over last month’s release of Exodus International’s iPhone app to “cure” homosexuality. More than 100,000 people signed an online petition calling for Apple to remove the app created by the anti-gay Christian organization. (Click here for apps we do like.)

A woman from Scranton, Pa. stuffs 54 bags of heroin, cash, empty bags, and pills in her vagina, and then crashes a car. Well, if there’s room for a baby to come out...

Tuesday, March 22 | You know how JERK feels about hipsters. Now, avoid their skinny jean-wearing, cigarette-smoking ways when choosing a restaurant: Yelp added “hipster” as an official category in the description of a place’s ambiance.

Wednesday, March 23 | Hugh Jackman announces new stage show, Hugh Jackman in Concert. Enough said. It will run for two weeks starting on May 3 in San Francisco.

In memory of Elizabeth Taylor, our favorite scene:

Thursday, March 24 | President Obama returns home early from a business trip to Latin America to find the doors to the Oval Office locked. Someone should really tell Sarah Palin that April Fool’s Day isn’t until next week.

Friday, March 25 | In an effort to find the least-controversial speaker after last year’s debacle, SU announces that scientist J. Craig Venter, known for his research of the human genome, will give the 2011 commencement address.

In other news: it's Friday, Rebecca Black's favorite day of the week.