10 Things to Know- April 30

1. Out and About: Jason Collins, a center in the NBA, came out as the first gay NBA player. Huffington Post

2. Knoxed Up: Amanda Knox has been accused of murdering her roommate, and is still on trial. Now, Knox says she wants to see her roommate’s grave. USA Today

3. Man of Steel: The new score and samples of tracks from Hans Zimmer’s “Man of Steel” score has been released…and it’s EPIC. JoBlo

4. Patreus’ Path: Rememer David Patreus? Of course you do. Apparently, he is on the path to righteousness and redemption after his…indiscretion. Buzzfeed

5. Say What?: The Boston Bombers family allegedly recieved $100G in taxpayer dollars. I’m sorry…you lost me on that one. Fox News

6. For The Theatre Kid In All Of Us: “Kinky Boots” leads the Tony Award nods with 13 nominations. I’m giddy. NY Times

7. Girl, Werk!: Yahoo! expanded their maternity leave policy to six weeks. Today

8. Jean-etics: Denim Runway winners were announced at TECHstyles fashion show. Texas Tech fashion students were the designers of all denim entrees. Lubbock Avalanche Journal

9. Teen Bomb: Farrah Abraham, a castmember on MTV’s “Teen Mom,” has finally closed her porn deal so she can further humiliate her child.  E! News

10. Further Proof Cats Suck: To celebrate National Poetry Month, NPR honors “I Could Pee On This,” a book of poems written by cats about all the things they could ruin. I hate them. NPR

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