8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Mar 25 2015

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During her "73 Questions" video, Iggy Azalea tells Vogue that she thinks "on fleek" is over, and reveals that she recently got breast implants. (Vogue)

In honor of the 10th anniversary of The Office's debut on NBC, read a fascinating oral history of one of the series' best episodes, "Diversity Day." (Uproxx

Costa Rica has been running completely on renewable energy — mostly hydropower plants supplemented with geothermal, solar, and wind energy sources — for 75 straight days now. (Quartz)

Brandy Norwood will take over the role of Roxie Hart in the Broadway production of Chicago from April 28 through June 21. (Chicago

A new game raising money on Indigogo would allow players to experience the sinking of the Titanic in real time, which really just begs the question of why anyone would want to do that. (Yahoo Travel)

You can't stream Taylor Swift's songs on Spotify, but you can find them on Jay Z's new streaming service, Tidal. (Twitter)

RadioShack filed for bankruptcy, which means your customer data could become available to the highest bidder. (Bloomberg)

Orphan Black is getting is very own clothing line at Hot Topic, so you can dress like a member of the clone army. (Entertainment Weekly)
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