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This Week in Pop Culture

Five news stories you might have missed this week:

Dec. 15: Ryan Reynolds got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – and his family was there to support him. It shouldn’t surprise  anyone that these gorgeous parents have gorgeous kids!

Dec. 15: Facebook shared their  4 step plan to counter the rise of fake news on their blog. It includes easier reporting; flagging stories as disputed; informed sharing; and disrupting financial incentives for spammers.

Dec. 14: 2016 isn’t done breaking hearts yet, Alan Thicke was another casualty of this year. The actor had a long history but was perhaps best known for Growing Pains. Leonardo di Caprio guest starred on the show as a homeless teen and shared this heartfelt message on the loss on one of America’s favorite tv dads from the 80’s.

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Dec. 14: Nate Archibald and Tim Riggins took in a  hockey game together at Madison Square Garden. Note – neither of them were hockey players, though I can’t speak for Taylor Kitch and Chace Crawford.

Dec. 8 (This one’s from last week but #ZacEfronsAbs) The trailer for next summer’s abs-fest, aka Baywatch came out – and I believe there’s a storyline in there but if there isn’t, there’s plenty of eye candy.

About Vijaya Prasad (29 Articles)
Digital Media is exciting. I've been lucky enough to get a close-up view of how changes translate into action at some of the biggest media conglomerates. As the media industry transitions and the way people consume information changes, different segments react in different ways - stay tuned!

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