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Cooper City and Pembroke Pines are part of a group of Broward cities working to get seniors involved in community services. Six cities have received grants from the Community Foundation of Broward as part of its ongoing Re-engage for Good project. The...
Who is the king of all media? It just might be Grumpy Cat. The wildly popular, eternally frowning kitty has already conquered the Internet: She was Meme of the Year at the 2013 Webbys (take that, Psy). On Thursday, she signed a movie deal with the...
Country hall-of-famer, TV singing competition winner, 'Tonight Show' band leader headline Kutztown University seriesLehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGA 20-time Grammy Award winner, a former late night talk show band leader, a Broadway show featuring Tony Award winners and nominees and the winners of the NBC-TV show “The Sing Off” will highlight the 25th anniversary year of the......
George Edward Spencer Jr.'s life revolved around healing. The Mount Dora resident spent his professional life healing others as an orthopedic surgeon. Then, after the crushing loss of his older son, George III, on 9-11, he turned to his favorite hobby...
The 48 Hour Film Project is basically "Iron Chef" for filmmakers. Instead of making food dishes, teams are under the gun to write, shoot, score and edit a short film in a matter of two days. "I'm nervous but excited," says 32-year-old Rocky Urich, who...
Tags: DeSales University, Entertainment, Genres, Movies, Emmaus
Tidal Wheel, an indoor cycling gym founded in Virginia Beach last year is expanding to Richmond, Richmond BizSense.com reported. Owners Ryan Kelly and Mike Timms, who grew up in Virginia Beach, expect to open a second location in Richmond at 5807...
Kim Kardashian was walking along a street in Beverly Hills when a gust of wind caught her full skirt, blowing it upward in a scene similar to Marilyn Monroe's famous skirt-billowing episode in "The Seven Year Itch." Kardashian was able to keep the skirt...
Tags: Walmart, Lady Gaga, Ceremonies, AIDS, Gianfranco Ferre
Autoblog.comFiled under: Truck, Marketing/Advertising, Design/Style, Ram, TV/Movies The new Superman film Man of Steel opens in theaters next Friday, June 14th, and Ram is buddying up with the summer blockbuster for some coattail-riding co-promotions. The partnership...
Lamb roast at Lucques: On Wednesday, Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne will be bringing lamb roast night back to Lucques for its third year. The three-course dinner features a main comprised of Windrose Farm lamb with rosemary, thyme and salsa verde,...
IAC Chairman Barry Diller launched into a spirited defense of the controversial Aereo Internet TV service, which will expand to 22 markets in the coming months -- even in the face of lawsuits from major media companies. The service -- which uses tiny...
The value of a Japan vacation hasn't looked this good in years. Because the Japanese yen has depreciated in value by 20 percent since November, the country has become that much more affordable. As a result, Japan is welcoming visitors with renewed vigor...
Gene Burns left his Central Florida radio career in 1981, but the former Orlando resident had fans locally for life. "Orlando had a special place in his heart because he had so many friends and family there," said Joel Riddell, Burns' friend of 22 years...
Tags: Entertainment, Orlando, Radio
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