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Television Trivia: Are You More Tube Than Boob?

By Venditto, published on May 31, 2008

...first names?

A. Tommy and Dickie

B. Ricky and Roger

C. Frank and Sammy

D. Dan and Dick

9. I Love Lucy was the top rated television show for 4 years in the 1950's. What city did this pro- feminist sit com take place in?

A. New York

B. Miami

C. Los Angeles

D. Chicago

10. "All in the Family" the highest rated show of the 1970's featured a drunken Irish bastard who was openly racist, homophobic and often threatened his wife with implied violence. His hippie, tree huggin' son in... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, miami, football, islam

The 80s Are Back!

By D. E. Carson, published on May 29, 2008

...all have to go to the movies. We’ll watch as The Empire Strikes Back, go a little Stir Crazy from 9 to 5. We’ll experience The Wrath of Khan and hook up with the Raiders of the Lost Ark and stop by to see Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. We’ll make the Cannonball Run to Escape from New York. We’ll go hop in our DeLorean and go Back to the Future and listen as Tootsie tells about the time When Harry Met Sally.

Brooke Shields will tell us what isn’t between her and her Calvin Klein jeans. John Lennon will be assassinated. Aspartame is still called NutraSweet and ketchup... (more)

Tags: new york, movie, music, bill clinton

Hang Up The Phone!

By TheFamilyInTheCar, published on May 25, 2008

I can remember having a cell phone when others didn't. However, post 9/11 has made having a cell a necessity. I know this is true, being a person born and raised in New York City.

Cell phones should be used while driving only in the case of emergencies. They should be used with hands-free devices, such as earpieces and Bluetooth equipment. There should never be a time when a driver is holding a cell phone and talking for extended periods of time.

If calls are received while driving, that are not emergencies, offer to return the calls later or have your cell on vibrate and... (more)

Tags: new york

Cuban Music Festival:presencia Cubana En Los Angeles

By Ricky Ricardo, published on May 19, 2008

...Latin rhythms of Cuban son, mambo, cha-cha-cha and salsa.

The Echo Park Project led by Latin producer and percussionist Carlo Lopez brought together some of the best master Cuban musicians in Los Angeles to perform material from their debut CD “The Echo Park Project: Retro New York Salsa.”

Orquestra Charangoa played a hard-edged brand of traditional Cuban son and different types of rhythms and traditional salsa to keep the salseros on the dance floor.

Chalo Y Su Ache delivered a high energy set of Cuban dance music of mambo, cha-cha-cha with some... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, music

Miami Is All The Rage!

By Ed Attanasio, published on May 14, 2008

...and make more California stops at stop signs; if we can pass other vehicles at dangerously high speeds just a little more—we CAN make a difference!

Let’s show this country that San Francisco is in the Top 10 in everything we do!

This appeared on today:

NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - For the third consecutive year Miami has been voted the worst American city for road rage, according to a new survey.

The sunny Florida metropolis topped the poll of 25 cities because its drivers were the least courteous and most likely to run red lights, speed, text... (more)

Tags: new york, san francisco, miami, california

Naked Cowboy: The Interview Part Duece

By Venditto, published on May 12, 2008

...Again, I like the answer butstill I began to wonder if he was listening to the questions I was asking or just speechifying in my general direction.)

ME: When was your first performance as The Naked Cowboy?

NC: Venice Beach, California.

ME: How'd ya end up in New York City?

NC: Well, I traveled to Nashville to become a star, two months after my first singing lesson on 8/9/97. Wrote my first song 11/2, my twenty fifth song less than a month later... but basically, Venice Beach, the Jenny Jones show, my hometown, Jenny Jones again, Hustler,... (more)

Tags: venice beach, new york, atlanta, australia, california

Just Might Be Obama Vs. Mc Cain

By D. E. Carson, published on May 10, 2008


The bottom line is this, all political analysts are beginning to agree that Hillary has lost her bid for the nomination in spite of her thinking that she is the better candidate to go up against John McCain in November. The lies about sniper fire in Bosnia, lies about Chelsea being in New York near the World Trade Center on 9/11, the lies about being named after Sir Edmund Hillary, her volatile personality, her manipulative tendencies and her arrogance believing that she would walk away with the nomination have all come back to bite her in the butt. The nomination has swung... (more)

Tags: new york, broowaha, obama

Press Release

By TheFamilyInTheCar, published on May 5, 2008



Author Releases Documentary after 4 Years

Columbia, MD-April 5, 2008--

Well-known author, Brenda Farrar-Ejemai reveals, what was at first anonymously written, a documentary that records her experience in New York City over 17 years ago. Faced with the unexpected trauma of homelessness, her struggle began.

THE FAMILY IN THE CAR, A Revelation, which the author describes as “on-time”, time-lines the journey of this struggle. It shows how members of a family who were all their lives... (more)

Tags: new york

When Comments Freak The Frak Out

By Sherlynn Hicks, published on May 4, 2008

...on women with the credo of "Celebrity, Sex, Fashion, Without Airbrushing."

It started at 12:07 p.m. EST with the posting by Gawker's intrepid weekend editor of congratulations to Jezebel. Today Jezebel and its editors and contributors were highlighted in a rather tepid story in the New York Times Fashion & Stylesection centering on the site's posts, comments, commenters, and the policing thereof. The headline of the story read "Not on Our Blog You Won't."

Because no interest is static, often there are stories on, for example, Kotaku that Consumerist readers may be... (more)

Tags: new york, sex, fashion, japan

A Side Of Route 66 With My Omelet

By pleasurepalate, published on May 2, 2008

... the signage outside, but in a glowing orange neon. That neon didn't hold my attention for long because once I looked up, I almost forgot why I came in there in the first place. Before my peepers was a colorful mural using famous personalities to depict the Route 66 starting in what I think was New York and ending in Hollywood. Along the way, there were images of Louis Armstrong, John Wayne and James Dean with Marilyn Monroe hugging him from behind as they were riding a motorcycle.Then I walked into the dining room to my left and painted on the side wall was another mural with a stylized... (more)

Tags: new york, hollywood, restaurant, traffic, flickr

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