Joe Hyer Blogs

LIVE FOOTAGE: Puppies Playing in Honor of National Puppy Day

National Puppy Day can be a tough holiday to celebrate if you are stuck at work. In fact, National Puppy Day SHOULD be a paid holiday from work, right? Well, we hated not being able to celebrate with our beloved four-legged friends today. So we’re helping you to fill that void. Yes, we present to... Read More

LISTEN: Shawn Mendes Is Back With "In My Blood"

There's nothing holding Shawn Mendes back in today's release, and we already love the song. Yes, the pop super star just released his highly-anticipated new single, "In My Blood." "In My Blood" is the first single from his upcoming studio album. We don't know much about that album, but it is... Read More

What's Coming To Netflix in April 2018

Winter is wrapping up. Spring is here, but that doesn't mean you can't still enjoy some relaxing time in front of the TV. Of course, it's STILL a great time of the year to snuggle up to Netflix & chill. Last Call: The COMPLETE List of Everything That Expires From Netflix in April 2018 So what's... Read More

NSYNC to Reunite for Star on Walk of Fame Ceremony

"It's Gonna Be May," and that also means it's "gonna be a star." NSYNC will (finally) get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 30. Yeah, that's the day that the internet constantly refers to as "It's Gonna Be May" day. Lance Bass acknowledged the special date in a tweet on Tuesday: How... Read More

What are the Most Awkward Rhymes in Modern Music History?

Today we’re celebrating World Poetry Day. Sure, we could celebrate by writing something profound or by sharing the works of great poets like Shakespeare or Robert Frost.... but, alas, we aren't going to do either. We wanted to take a different route. We’re celebrating by looking at some of the... Read More

7 Life Lessons From Mr. Rogers That Are Still True for Adults

Mr. Fred Rogers would have turned 90 years old today (March 20). With political fights on our Facebook feeds every day and just dealing with life’s daily struggles, we wanted to take a short trip down memory lane with some of the best lessons that many of us learned from Mr. Rogers. We may be... Read More