September 24, 2015 5:34 AM EDT


Musicians Lorde and Drake posed for a photo at Kanye West’s fashion show, fueling fan demand for a musical collaboration.

Branded-content firm Swyft Media released a POPEMOJI mobile-keyboard app to celebrate His Holiness’s visit to North America.

Marvel revealed that acclaimed author Ta-Nehisi Coates will write its next wave of Black Panther comics.

Oscar Mayer created a dating app for bacon lovers. It’s called Sizzl.

Kevin Spacey finally revealed whom his House of Cards alter ego keeps addressing:

‘I’m talking to one person and one person only, and that is Donald Trump.’

Game of Thrones won 12 Emmys during the Sept. 20 ceremony, setting a single-year record.

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Hundreds of wild bunnies have descended upon Langley, Wash., burrowing holes in school fields, destroying building foundations and posing feces-related health risks.

The League star Steve Rannazzisi admitted to fabricating a story about escaping the 9/11 attacks.

Award-winning architect Zaha Hadid confirmed that she is abandoning her bid to design a supersleek stadium (above) for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. The project was derailed by cost and controversy.

The new line of Star Wars stamps is available only in the U.K.

As part of a marketing stunt for Cinnamon Toast Crunch, General Mills launched a Selfie Spoon that enables users to document how they eat cereal.

This appears in the October 05, 2015 issue of TIME.

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