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Yanni Talks Truth, Touring, and the Charlie Sheen Torpedo in NYC (VIDEO)

Yanni never imagined he’d ever be a part of a Charlie Sheen sandwich, but that’s exactly where he found himself last Saturday night. Thankfully, I don’t mean that literally. The self-taught composer, keyboardist, and pianist took his sold-out “Truth of Touch” tour to Radio City Music Hall on April 9 just one night after the […]

Warped Tour Party Puts a Stick in My Waffle

Photo Credit: VansWarpedTour.com It’s almost time! Warped Tour 2011 is right around the corner, and Kevin Lyman & Co. held a a band-tastic party Friday at one of the newest additions to the thriving neighborhood of Greenpoint: The House of Vans. The 24,000 sq. ft concert venue/skate park was both of those and more that […]

Mark Zuckerberg Rookie Baseball Card? Like.

Long before he started a social network, was sued by friends, had a Golden Globe-winning movie made about him, and became Time magazine’s Person of the Year, Mark Zuckerberg was just an ordinary kid with extraordinary baseball skills. At nine years of age, the eventual Harvard grad smashed 23 hits in just 25 at bats […]

Hasselhoff Talks New Show and Roasting Himself

No one can roast or poke fun of David Hasselhoff better than David Hasselhoff. He doesn’t need the help of the media or anyone cashing in on unintentionally viral video to throw him under the bus, thank you very much. That’s the general sentiment the international superstar shared during an intimate, candid interview in his […]

Adam Schlesinger/Mike Viola bring the love to Philly

Fountains of Wayne/Tinted Windows bassist Adam Schlesinger has been writing music for film projects for years and years. He’s contributed songs to That Thing You Do, Josie and the Pussycats, and many more. NYC-based Mike Viola has been a much sought-after singer/songwriter for years, and most recently contributed some of the most memorable songs from […]

The Whole N9NE Yards

A famous 1980s ad campaign once asked the question “Where’s the Beef?” If you’re ever in Las Vegas, you can find a most delicious answer to that query at N9NE Steakhouse, located within The Palms Casino and resort. Executive Chef Barry Dakake took some time out from having hundreds of celebrities sign his office door […]

HP: John Oates Interview

With sincere apologies to Simon & Garfunkel and to a far lesser degree Cagney & Lacey, Hall & Oates are the biggest duo of all time. The legendary musicians have a staggering arsenal of hits – from “Maneater” to “Private Eyes,” and have survived the 1980s virtually unscathed with the exception an occasional “Saturday Night […]

Morning Stache: Doug Henning

His magic and his mustache are real. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Thanks, Dolemite

“Man, move over and let me pass ‘fore they have be to pullin’ these Hush Puppies out your motha (bleepin)’ ass!” Today we mourn the loss of comedic actor Rudy Ray Moore, who passed away this weekend at the age of 81. The funny man was known best for his leading role in 1975’s Dolemite, […]

Morning Stache: James Hong

When your resume includes Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper, MacGyver and Jake and the Fatman, you’re allowed to go ‘mustache optional’ from time to time. Only next time… Mr. Hong let’s see a handlebar. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments […]

Heath Ledger Cowboy Ups Repost

* This was originally posted in December 2005… Feels pertinent to repost with Dark Knight’s incredible mass appeal. “Brokeback” role a challenge, not a risk, for Ledger By Jon Chattman Heath Ledger doesn’t believe he risked his career by portraying a homosexual ranch hand opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in the acclaimed Ang Lee drama “Brokeback Mountain.” […]

Thomas Lennon: thecheappop.com interview

The Man Behind the Dangle By Jon Chattman Milk comes with an expiration date. If you drink it after it’s “sell by” date, often times, it leaves you with a funny taste in your mouth. If you drink it long after it’s “sell by” date, chances are it’ll be clumpy and smell a little funny. […]

Tony Parker can’t lose

We spotted Tony Parker before the NBA Finals leaving the Four Seasons Hotel in NY sans Eva Longoria. Too bad – Eva’s prettier than he is. Photo/Mike DiScuillo Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Duran Duran’s Nick Rhodes: thecheappop.com interview

The Long and Winding Rhodes: Fashion, Staying Power, and Mulletspeak By Jon Chattman In the 1980s, Duran Duran keyboardist Nick Rhodes was to feathered mullets, headbands, and make-up what George Michael was to ass-hugging jeans and John Oates was to mustaches and wife-beaters. To put it simply, those specific styles defined a decade and always […]

John Oates’ appearance on WMMR The Preston and Steve Show

John Oates’ appeared on WMMR The Preston and Steve Show to discuss his mustache. JohnOatesonThePrestonandSteveShow.mp3 – John Oates Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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