Roundup: "Nirvana Reunion," Chargers Use Groupon, Google Maps Returns to the iPhone

Candice Swanepoel … women arrested at airport, breast implants full of cocaineBaseball Card Bust … a movie so gory Canadian police thought the murders were real … huge iceberg breaks apart on video … trooper stole money from dead man … more electronics use on planes … David Geffen gave UCLA $100 million … Red Raider Style … some animal in Florida knocked out disabled homeless man … how early can you teach a kid to read … amazing pictures from a Chinese mountain “trail”Hayden Panettiere in Esquire …

The 49ers are poaching talent from Silicon Valley. [Wall Street Journal]

Lakers weighing point guard options. They should trade for Jimmer. [ESPN]

Arizona church making fun of the Cardinals. [KTAR]

The Google Maps app is now available on the iPhone. [New York Times]

Cam Newton stepped in to pay for and appear at the Charlotte Big Brothers, Big Sisters holiday party. [Cat Scratch Reader]

The Chargers are now selling tickets through Groupon. [North County Times]

Boxing and leaving Cuba. [The Rumpus]

KC Star lets two writers decide who gets fired. [The Bottom Line]

Aaron Rodgers is careful while Jay Cutler is a dangerous daredevil who could hurt his team at any moment! [Chicago Sun-Times]

Brian Harsin, the co-offensive coordinator at Texas, is the new head coach at Arkansas State. [Dallas Morning News]

This kid is waving to a beaver and the beaver is waving back!

Steph Curry coming home.

Former DePaul basketball player Eric Wallace has taken up Australian Rules Football.

Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear and Paul McCartney played a song together at the Sandy Relief Concert and called it a Nirvana reunion. This is the entirety of that “reunion.”

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