Miami's local NBC affiliate is apparently selling on-air reporting credit for $2,500 in a Groupon that became available Monday. The site is now advertising an "Epic Deal" in which Miamians can purchase spots on three-minute segments with host Roxanne Vargas, complete with coaching and make-up. The ... More >>
When you think about mom, what do you see? Do you see her lovingly tending to you, sick in bed? Is she secretly buying the toy that she said you couldn't have at the mall? Maybe she's screaming to hurry and get up already or you'll be late for school? These are the many faces of mom. But mom has in ... More >>
Cancel whatever plans you've already made for Saturday, June 8, 2013 ... Because Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks are getting the band back together. Fleetwood Mac announced a 34-city North American reunion tour yesterday, curbing any and all Rumors that "The Chain ... More >>
Hey, honey, would you like to have sex? No, not tonight. I'd rather listen to Meatloaf. Yeah, we've never said that either, but turns out a lot of Spotify listeners think "Bat Out of Hell" is more enjoyable than actually orgasming. And that's not all the streaming platform uncovered with its recen ... More >>
There was a conspicuous Boss-sized absence at the Miami Heat championship celebrations. That's because Rick Ross was in Jamaica, not the MI-Yayo. What was he doing there? Smoking massive quantities of marijuana and keeping thick bitches warm at night, you silly goose. How do we know? Because we ju ... More >>
Donald "Duck" Dunn, the famed session bass guitarist for Memphis-based Stax Records and R&B band Booker T. & the M.G.'s, died in Tokyo after performing at the Blue Note night club with fellow musician Steve Cropper. He was 70. Dunn was born in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1941. He met future guit ... More >>
Photo by Sayre BermanTickets to Kenny Aronoff's gun showAmong drummers, Kenny Aronoff is a name synonymous with talent, power, reliability and innovation. During the '80s and '90s, Aronoff toured with John Cougar Mellencamp, Bob Seger, Smashing Pumpkins, Melissa Etheridge and John Fogerty, and ha ... More >>
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