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It’s been a while since we’ve heard of Marilyn Manson but now when we do, he’s hanging out with Lindsay Lohan. What in the world?!?!
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Last month, Eva Longoria and her new loverman Eduardo Cruz made their way to Mexico for a romantic getaway. This month, the pair have taken their globetrotting tryst to Miami, FL. Eva and Eduardo have been spotted this week enjoying all the fun that Miami has to offer. As you can see in the photos [...]

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Beyonce is giving the Motownphilly group some lovin'.
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For the past few months, we’ve been seeing behind the scenes promo videos for the upcoming 4th season of True Blood debuting on HBO in June. As you may recall, we saw videos that featured Eric Northman, Jason Stackhouse, Bill Compton and more. Today we get our FIRST LOOK at the first full-length trailer for [...]

A few weeks ago, I finally finished reading the final book of The Hunger Games trilogy … Mockingjay. Because David and I were traveling and then a host of other things distracted me, I never got the chance to blog about the book. Now that all of the tributes have been cast for the upcoming Hunger Games film, I’m really getting anxious to see the story brought to life on the big screen. Read on for some of my (possibly spoilery) thoughts on the final book of the Hunger Games trilogy.




To be honest, I kinda had a feeling that the final book was not going to end on a happy note. Considering the way that Catching Fire ended, it was plainly obvious that the final book was going to be war-centric. I can understand why some fans feel that Mockingjay is the worst of the 3 books but I honestly loved it … and felt that, in the end, the trilogy stands as an excellent series of books. My guess is that the folks who do not care for Mockingjay take great issue with the fact that the book did not end happily. I can think of one death in particular that prolly angered a great many fans. Because that death took such an innocent character, it makes sense that there would be anger. Mockingjay makes the excellent point, tho, that War is Hell. Death can strike anyone … and even the people who you thought were the good guys sometimes do bad things. I can only judge Mockingjay in context with the two previous books … and as a trilogy, I loved The Hunger Games. I’m not going to lie tho … I did have strong feelings when I finished the book. I was obviously sad and angry … but any book that can make me feel that way has to be a damn good book. I am really curious to see how these tales will be told on the big screen. The first film will really give us a good idea of how well the books will be represented on the screen.


I’m curious … can those of you who have strong feelings — either good or bad — about the final book chime in? I’d love to hear what other people think of the book.


It’s Friday and time for the weekend. My dear friend Monique is visiting LA this weekend from Hong Kong and we are going with my friend Eileen to see Prince at The Forum. Yes, I know … more Prince? Yep. As I said, I will see him as many times as I can while he is still playing here. It’s so crazy to get to see one of your fave musicians over and over and over and for such a small price. Let the weekend commence!!




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Coupons online Dunkin Donuts and free Dunkin Donuts coupons are offered by Dunkin Donuts which is the largest baked goods and coffee chain in the world since 1950. Apart from that, Dunkin Donuts provides their loyal customers with baked goods, coffee, donuts, and bagels of high quality. However, they are immensely popular around the world [...]

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Italians are known for talking with their hands, but maybe this Roman bus driver really should invest in some handsfree modes of communication - especially when he is working.
Check out this video of a bus driver using not one, but two cell phones while cruising Rome. (above)
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At last … the final pair of tributes have been cast in the upcoming big screen adaptation of The Hunger Games. The District 2 boy tribute Cato will be played by Alexander Ludwig and the girl tribute Clove will be played by Isabelle Fuhrman. It was widely assumed that Cato and Clove might be played [...]

Yesterday afternoon, seemingly out of nowhere, The Troubadour announced that Prince would be playing two last minute shows in their tiny club Wednesday night. With almost no warning, tickets went immediately onsale for an early 7pm show and a late 11pm show. Because I am totally crazy, I jumped at the chance to get a ticket for the 11pm show … and then had enough time to get a ticket for the 7pm show as well. It turns out that my friend David Russell and his friend Chris were also attending the 7pm show so we met up at the Troubadour to begin what turned out to be one of the most amazing nights of live music I’ve ever seen.


This is the message that the Troubadour sent out yesterday announcing the 2 Prince shows:




I met up with David in line at around 5:45pm and then we were met by Chris shortly thereafter. The 2 shows that Prince played last night were very different in scope and style. The first show as more laid back, with lots of slow songs and long instrumental jams. Altho the set list looks short, the songs were interspersed among 10-20 minute jam sessions of just beautiful instrumentation. Here are some photos I managed to snap of the 7pm show and the setlist played:



Early Show – Setlist:


Stratus (Billy Cobham cover)

*Instrumental Jam*

Power Fantastic

Somewhere Here On Earth

I Love U But I Don’t Trust U Anymore

Boom

*LONG Instrumental Jam*

Let’s Get it On (Andy Allo on vocals)

Computer Love (Zapp & Roger cover)

I Wanna Be Your Man (Zapp & Roger cover)

Colonized Mind

When She Comes (*New Song*)

Shhhhh

U Will Be With Me

Controversy

Musicology


Encore 1:


A Case of U (Joni Mitchell cover)


Encore 2:


Pop Life

Beggin’ Woman Blues


Power Fantastic and A Case of U were my faves but the show vibe of the show was just chill and cool as Hell. It was during this first show that I was closest to Prince. I was not 5 feet from the man all night. You could tell, it took a while for him to warm up to being so close to the audience. But once he did warm up, he was playful and joking with the crowd all night long.


The second show, damn, now that one was worth the price of both admissions all in one. While the first show was slow and jammy, the second show was LOUD, fast and really rocking. Prince came out and said, “I hope you are ready for some rock and roll” and he blasted his guitar from that track all the way until the final encore at 2:30am! It was more difficult to sneak photos for the second set but here are the few I managed to snap along with the setlist:



Late Show – Setlist:


I Like It There

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Bambi

Dreamer

Wild Thing (Troggs cover)

Colonized Mind

Brown Skin (India.Arie cover, Shelby J. on vocals) 

Misty Blue (Dorothy Moore cover, Shelby J. on vocals)

Musicology

Crimson & Clover (Tommy James and the Shondells cover)

Waiting in Vain (Bob Marley cover, Andy Allo on vocals)

I Want to Be Free (The Ohio Players cover)

Play That Funky Music (Wild Cherry cover)

She’s Always In My Hair

Peach

Future Soul Song

Stratus (Billy Cobham cover)

AnotherLoverHoleInYourHead

Get Up Stand Up (Bob Marley cover w/ Let’s Go Crazy guitar riff ending)


I mean … what can I say about this setlist? Legendary comes to mind. To be able to see Prince rock out to these songs in such an intimate setting … I am truly blessed. I kept trying to remember to be in the moment, to relish what I was experiencing because it really was a once in a lifetime opportunity. Before the second show started, I got to meet Glee‘s Darren Criss (who was really very sweet and so nice) but all I really could focus on was Prince on stage. After the show, I got to meet Prince‘s #1 female vocalist Shelby J. and was able to tell her how much I love her performances. She took my hands into her hands and thanked me … it was just the most amazing night of live music EVER! There were moments when Prince would use his guitar to “battle” with Mike Phillips on the saxophone that just BLEW my mind! It was unlike anything I’ve EVER seen before. I’m telling you, I could go on and on and on about all the tiny nuances of last night’s shows but I’ll never be able to convey what it was like to be in the presence of such awesome musicianship. I am SO excited for the rest of the Forum shows that Prince still has yet to perform in the coming days and weeks but I know, nothing will ever compare to being able to experience the shows I got to see last night. I am a very lucky man.


Plans for tonight? Sleep. I have to make up for the sleep I did NOT get last night. Ahhh … what sweet dreams I’ll have :)




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