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Broo Deathmatch - Second Half First Round Results...

By Glenn T, published on Mar 24, 2008

...a crush on… V on to round 2… and cover your drinks if she’s roaming around your party topless.

Morgana vs C. Reagan

The first round finished up with the brightest star in the Broo Reno sky up against one of Broo’s early stars and finest West Hollywood correspondents. C regularly brought insight to some of L.A.’s most compelling stories – and finally weighed in, in 2008, with thoughts on the train wreck that is Britney. But, alas, we’ve certainly not heard from him as often as the queen of Reno-Tahoe-Truckee-Carson... (more)

Tags: new york, miami, movie, hollywood, restaurant, broowaha, reno

With Butter...or Without...

By Show Time, published on Mar 22, 2008

Oh baby do I have GOOD NEWS for a lot of you! It's SHOWTIME in Georgia!!

Atlanta & Georgia, the FILM CAPITOL of the South! We are challenging the Hollywood Giant...and WINNING! For the artist, for the technical people, for everybody with talent and the DETERMINATION to be a part of the film and television industry, this is the best news you've heard in a long time. But it doesn't stop there.

The State of Georgia and Atlanta are always shooting off their mouths about bringing "New Industry" to Georgia. They expound loud & long about how we need to boost our economy!... (more)

Tags: atlanta, movie, hollywood, shooting

Jaws

By DLFerguson, published on Mar 17, 2008

...I’ve gone on long enough. Either you’ve seen JAWS and you agree with me or not. Or maybe you haven’t seen it. If you haven’t I strongly recommend that you do so. It’s a movie that succeeds on the level of sheer entertainment value. Trust me, 75% of the crap Hollywood throws on the Cineplex screens today doesn’t compare with JAWS, a movie made more than 25 years ago in terms of suspense, excitement, characterization and great storytelling. It was the movie that made Steven Spielberg a major player in Hollywood and it was the first “summer... (more)

Tags: movie, police, superman, hollywood

All About Walken

By VeroniqueChevalier, published on Mar 16, 2008

"All About Walken" (AAW) is to theatre what the Campbell's soup can is to art. Show creator Patrick O'Sullivan is finding his proverbial 15 minutes by making much ado about one of Hollywood's most beloved acting oddities, Christopher Walken.A dual citizen of his native Ireland, as well as of his adopted American homeland, O'Sullivan is still cheerfully unaffected by his show's growing popularity. (Such media mainstays as CBS Radio, Bloomberg, and Fox News have thus far lauded AAW). In fact, earlier, on the very day that I was to attend the production, I was standing in line at the Cherokee... (more)

Tags: seinfeld, myspace, hollywood

Interval Of Unadulterated Standards And Straight-ahead Jazz

By Kim, published on Mar 13, 2008

...were engaged in a tasteful timing of arrangements. The soulful symphony was delivered with love, camaraderie and spellbound musicanship to a packed house of ardent recipients at "Jazz at the A Frame".

The Houston Person Quartet and Vocalist Nancy Kelly fueled the space of the Hollywood Hills venue with tunes to die for. Saxophonist Mr. Houston Person led the pack with the hauntingly wonderful tune by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Husen, "But Beautiful".

Mr. Person followed up with "But Not for Me". One of the most wonderful aspects of Mr. Person's performance... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, jazz, hollywood, music

The Subtle Art Of.....MMA?!?

By FreexRus, published on Mar 7, 2008

Next weekend the world will be introduced to a magnificent, ancient, deeply spiritual martial art in the Hollywood film, “Never Back Down.” This movie depicts the grace and beauty of a young man destined to prove his worth and show his determination by studying the magnificent history of MMA. Wait, this movie’s about MMA? Since when did MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) have such a deep philosophical background? Answer; It doesn’t.

MMA is a touchy subject here in Portland, where the fighting “art” has taken deep roots and has garnered the city a... (more)

Tags: movie, hollywood, music

Paris & Her Pooches: It's A Doggone Sham

By Ed Attanasio, published on Mar 6, 2008

...then eventually replaced that one with a ferret . She’s even been seen parading around with an illegal kinkajou monkey-thing. Good thing she’s not a fan of Meerkat Manor, or she’d probably want to buy a couple of them.

Whatever happens, readers of The NY Dog and The Hollywood Dog magazines don't appreciate the way she takes care of her pets – and I can’t blame them. Hilton loves the idea of being a pet lover, but when it comes time to step up and take care of the creatures, she treats the poor animals like one of her many ex-boyfriends. Here today.... (more)

Tags: paris hilton, movie, hollywood, fashion

A Billboard Affair

By Glenn T, published on Feb 28, 2008

...when anyone, or everyone (depending on your point of view) , in the world is just a few keystrokes away, how small can your world really be?

But whatever the reason, it’s important to note that I wasn’t a fan of such movies when I was actually in high school. Hollywood has never seemed to mind the tragic consequences that hiring actors in their mid-twenties to play the roles in such films might have on the pubescently tardy or pituitarily less-fortunate. I never even pondered such a possibility, primarily because my mind was too busy trying to process... (more)

Tags: nba, hollywood, traffic

2008 Living Legends Series

By Ricky Ricardo, published on Feb 26, 2008

...TV’s Favorite Moms for her portrayal of step mom Dee on the number-one rated television series Moesha. As a producer, Ms Ralph created the critically acclaimed Divas Simply Singing!, an evening of song and entertainment that has become one of the most highly anticipated AIDS benefit in Hollywood. She is also the founding creator of The Jamerican Film & Music Festival which in five years has given birth to five SHOWTIME Filmmaker Finalist.

Renowned as both a television star and a top-flight interpreter of jazz, blues, R&B, gospel, and straight ahead pop music, Della... (more)

Tags: los angeles, jazz, hollywood, music

A Bit Of Tarnish On That Statuette

By D. E. Carson, published on Feb 26, 2008

...why no one wanted to watch the show. The jokes were lame at best – including the one Jon Stewart made after John Revolting – er – Travolta made presented the Oscar for Best Song. Steward returned to the stage and said,

Will the owner of a Boeing 707 parked on Hollywood Boulevard please report to your plane. Your landing lights are on.

With that, Travolta raced back on stage claiming the offending vehicle, after which Stewart said, “Don’t worry, it’s a hybrid.” In the famous words of the late Jackie Gleason, “Har de ... (more)

Tags: iraq, hollywood

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