Here is what I know about the college bowls: they are happening. They are important to some people. They involve a sport (I am guessing football, but I cannot be certain). And something exciting (?) or, at the very least, noteworthy is happening with them (?) or maybe the schedule (?) or something, which is making people talk about/care about/discuss college bowls.
As you can see, I know next to nothing about these alleged "college bowls" (Note to self: Is there even an "s" on the end of that?). So here are 10 other bowls that are great, and have literally nothing to do with whatever is going on in sports right now.
#1 - Cereal Bowls
Cereal is delicious, and therefore a cereal bowl is what kicks off our list of the best bowls. Plus, today it was announced that French Toast Crunch, a cereal loved by '90s kids everywhere, is coming back!
eLump of Coal
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Schoolboy Q — Oxymoron
Quincy Hanley, known by his stage name Schoolboy Q, is a rapper hailing from Los Angeles, CA. He's part of the super group "Black Hippy," which includes three other notable mainstream rappers: Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock (under the independent label Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE)).
Battling with drug-addiction for a large portion of his career, Oxymoron was Schoolboy’s third studio album and was largely based off his previous years selling and abusing various drugs. This album was his coming out party, as it was his first album release under a major label (Interscope Records), and it lived up to the hype that was created when he announced he would be releasing the album in late December, 2012.
The album is a brilliant mix of his past life on the streets and his current status as a rap star. The album start to finish doesn’t have a bad track, and this is a sentiment to Schoolboy’s progression as a rapper who is here to stay in the limelight. Look out for his next project, as it’s sure to be a quality release exhibiting his true skills as a west coast rapper.
U2 today announced they'll be heading out on an arena tour that will span 44 shows in 19 cities, starting in May 2015. The Innocence + Experience Tour includes 16 U.S. shows, stopping in six cities: San Jose, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; Chicago, IL; Boston, MA; and New York, NY.
The tour follows U2's recent album Songs of Innocence, which was released back in September. Innocence + Experience will also stop in Canada, U.K, and Europe. The band's previous tour, U2 360°, spanned two years (from 2009 to 2011), so it's possible more dates will be added to Innocence + Experience.
See below for tour dates and visit the U2 page for more information on tickets.
Like Cher and Pat Banatar; Eminem and Rihanna; and Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean, Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love are the latest singers to team up for a tour.
On Nov. 29, Hole singer Courtney Love tweeted that she'd be seeing Lana Del Rey in a few hours in London, using the hashtag #excitingnews2come. Shortly thereafter, news outlets confirmed that Love and Del Rey would join forces during Del Rey's 2015 Ultraviolence tour.
Love and Del Rey will perform together for eight of the 17 North American shows scheduled during the Ultraviolence tour. So far, no act has been confirmed for the remaining nine Del Rey shows.
See below for tour dates and visit the Lana Del Rey page for more information on tickets.