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Murder was the case in 1993. But Snoop Dogg walked away a free man and into the collective heart of American pop culture. Now 18 years later, he's trying to crip walk onto primetime television. MTV News (via Deadline Hollywood) is reporting that NBC is working on Snoop's "family comedy project" ... More >>
via myspace.com/leonalewisLeona Lewis is ready for South BeachDue to a constantly aching heart, UK pop star Leona Lewis is always singing about stuff like romatic disappointment, relationship trainwrecks, moving on. While they're not the freshest topics, she still manages to give it a little oomp ... More >>
Lil Daggers are total VIPs.We here at New Times are gonna be hosting a VIP party to help launch the 2010 edition of the Miami Music Festival. And yeah, we want all our friends to come, including you, J-Lo, and Jimmy Buffett. The bad news: Part of the night (9 to 11 p.m.) will be invitation-only ... More >>
Cheating has come such a long way.Remember in Old School where Vince Vaughn's character is helping his entire fraternity cheat on an exam by whispering into his shirt? Well that kind of technology isn't strictly for spy movies or Back to the Future anymore.
Alex Izaguirre In my nocturnal travels, I've come across some very cool, easygoing, wonderful fellow Banana Republicans -- you know, us locals who can lay claim to being raised in Dade and are proud of it. One of these chums is Maria Teresa Goobs, a gregarious local porn magazine editor wh ... More >>
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