Adele took a selfie with a look-alike fan during a concert in Birmingham, England.
Google Maps and Yelp released My Burrito Finder, an app that pinpoints the closest place that will satisfy your burrito craving.
The Ben & Jerry’s founders handed out free samples of a Bernie Sanders–inspired ice cream flavor in New York City.
Katy Perry joined Dolly Parton to sing a medley of “9 to 5” and “Jolene” at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Twitter struck a $10 million deal to stream 10 NFL games (for free) later this year.
Kylo and Rey have both surged in popularity as baby names since the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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Rhode Island yanked its latest tourism video after viewers noticed that it contained footage from Iceland.
The Walking Dead’s Season 6 finale–which ended with a frustrating cliffhanger involving new character Negan (right)–was roundly dismissed as the show’s “worst episode ever.”
Google pulled Gmail’s Mic Drop button–an April Fools’ tool that attached a Minions GIF to emails–after people mistakenly used it during professional correspondence.
Lululemon angered Beyoncé fans by suggesting (via Twitter) that her new activewear line, Ivy Park, was stealing its style.
A Connecticut woman called 911 after a pizza shop messed up her order. The dispatcher replied:
‘That’s not a police matter, ma’am.’
U.S. ticket sales for Batman v Superman dropped an unusually steep 69% in its second weekend (though it remained the No. 1 movie).
This appears in the April 18, 2016 issue of TIME.
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