Dan Clarendon

aspiring television writer, editor, blogger, pilot penner, gay husband, Photoshopper, journalist, native Tampanian, one-time New Yorker, transplanted Chicagoan, IB diploma recipient, City Year alumnus, Hampshire graduate, cat lover, dog whisperer, Taurus, Olympics addict, mixtaper, colossus, klutz, southpaw, culinary wanna-be, cookie monster, cathedral-builder, auteur, punster, pen pal, sounding board, unabashed hedonist, frequent couch potato, bon vivant, good man in a storm

See Where 9 Meme Stars Are Now, Long After They Became Internet-Famous

You never know when an old photo of yourself will become a meme. Just ask Ermagerd Girl, Disaster Girl, or Bad Luck Brian. Some meme stars thrived on their Internet fame, like Alex From Target. Others, like Hipster Barista or Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, didn't think so highly of going viral. In any case, check out where nine meme stars are these days. (Spoiler: One of them is a very good Doge!)

Supporting the Mental Wellness of Your Employees Is More Important Than Ever

According to the Centers for Disease Control, 18.8 million American adults—or nearly 10 percent of the American adult population—will suffer from a depressive illness in a given year. Of the 55-and-over set, that proportion rises to 20 percent. Meanwhile, 80 percent of persons with depression report some level of functional impairment related to their depression, and 27 reported serious difficulties in their home life or at work.

All 17 Cast Departures From 'The View,' Ranked by Rancor

Julie Chen, co-host of rival talk show The Talk, wasn’t wrong when she called The View “a revolving door of hosts that people can’t keep straight.” The show has had 21 full-time hosts in 21 seasons, and we recently learned it’s losing more. But while many of the cast departures were amicable, others were just plain acrimonious. Here, find all 17 ex-hosts (and soon-to-be-ex-hosts), ranked by how dramatic their exits are or were.

Scarlett Johansson Exits Transgender Role in ‘Rub & Tug’ After Casting Backlash

ScarJo out! Scarlett Johansson has opted to exit the film Rub & Tug in response to widespread backlash against her casting as a transgender man. The 33-year-old would have played Dante “Tex” Gill — a real-life figure who operated a massage parlor in Pittsburgh in the 1970s and 1980s — but activists and fellow actors criticized her involvement in an era when so many trans actors have trouble finding work.

14 Times 'Grey's Anatomy' Nostalgia Gave Us Life in Season 14

Stalwart ABC show Grey’s Anatomy is constantly reinventing itself and shuffling its cast, but it never forgets its history. In fact, with so many fans who have watched Grey’s since Season 1 and so many others who’ve caught up with the drama through Netflix, the show capitalizes on its callbacks. The show’s 300th episode was loaded with nostalgia, but really, the entire 14th season was suffused with references to characters and plotlines of seasons past.

He Thought His Entire Family Had Died In The Holocaust. Then Came A Miracle.

Yad Vashem, Israel's official Holocaust memorial, operates the Names Recovery Project in hopes of chronicling the stories of the Holocaust's six million Jewish victims. But the project's online database also helped a 102-year-old man named Eliahu Pietruszka realize his brother had actually survived. And though his brother passed away in 2011, as reported by The Associated Press, Pietruszka got to meet his brother's son for the very first time in 2017.