Friday deep thoughts: Why doesn't anyone call Target "Tarjhay" anymore? (Time)
Tensions in rapidly gentrifying New Orleans neighborhoods have led to a rise in teens attacking local artists and gay members of the community. (Vice)
A creative teenager took the Westboro Baptist Church to task in a video that lampoons the group's parody of a Panic! at the Disco song. (PolicyMic)
Aaron Paul is hosting a Breaking Bad scavenger hunt on Monday to celebrate the show's last Emmys run. Jesse Pinkman FTW. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Move over, Sephora: Rite Aid is ramping up its luxury beauty department and will start hosting in-store cosmetics events. So, you can now officially buy toilet paper and $30 lipstick in the same place. (WWD)
Her in therapy? How AI could change the mental health landscape.
The State Department has banned U.S. diplomats from partaking in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In other words, don't bother nominating John Kerry. (NPR)
Finally, need some major workout inspiration? Your body wants you to read this.