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The Chinese New Year takes playing with food to a whole new level, and paronomasia is the name of the game. Sound—namely homophones, words that sound alike but have different meanings—determines many of the ritual foods that make the Chinese feast, not taste. For example: “fish” (yu ?), also sounds like “surplus” (yu ?) in


Get ready to (pool) party. Starting at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET on Saturday, June 28, Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea, Lil Jon, Tiësto, Neon Trees, Magic!, Nick Cannon, and Ariana Grande will take the stage at Miami’s Fontainebleau hotel for iHeartRadio’s Ultimate Pool Party. Can’t make it to Florida? Click HERE to stream the poolside


(ThinkStock) Are you searing hot with a dollop of syrup? Or are you more on the frothy side with lots of whip? We’re talking coffee orders, naturally. Coffee-shop stops are a must when anyone goes on the road (as Yahoo! has with its spring concert lineup — click here to find out how to catch


Empire of the Sun Empire of the Sun will settle in Dallas on Monday, May 20. The band will perform — along with Gold Fields — at The House of Blues. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 PT. There were 500 guaranteed tickets given away Friday morning, and another 300 given out on Monday.


View more Project Weather images on Flickr As Yahoo! On the Road trundles across America (and planning a hop, skip and jump to Europe) to pass out tickets to (a jampacked spring schedule of concerts), the crew has also been showing off new apps like Weather. Chances are, if you check it out, you’ll see


Macklemore of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis performs at Perez Hilton’s One Night in Austin Party at the Austin Music Hall on March 16, 2013 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)   We love a frontiersman story—and in rap these days, instead of battling the wilderness, one’s up against the all-powerful music label. So

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