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New and Reformed Bands of 2014

Jul 23, 2014 in Sports/Entertainment. 0 Comment

New and Reformed Bands of 2014

New bands are making their presence known every day and forming what may be the next “greatest band of all time.” Often, these hit bands that make their way into our hearts break up and go in different directions, leaving everyone anticipating a reunion tour. 

New Bands

Darlia is making waves in the rock world. Songs like Queen of Hearts have earned this trio a comparison with Nirvana. Their sound has an intensity that gets fans into the music. The vast arrangements of dynamics leave you captivated. Their music has been labeled indie rock and punk-pop, but it’s a success no matter what you call it.

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Actors Who Had Big Comebacks

Jul 21, 2014 in Sports/Entertainment. 0 Comment

Actors Who Had Big Comebacks

Success for actors can often be short-lived. They never know how long their stardom will last, or when it will end. Some leave the stage never to be heard from again, while others defy the odds and make a comeback to experience a second round of success. Some of them are even better known the second time around. 

Childhood and Young Stars Return

Drew Barrymore was a child star who melted hearts with her performance in E.T. in the early 1980s. Like many other child stars, Drew succumbed to the temptation of drugs and alcohol. She entered rehab at age 13 and attempted suicide at 14. It wasn’t until the mid-nineties that Drew made her comeback starring in several comedies. She has since become a face of Cover Girl.  

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Celebrity Home Museums

Jul 18, 2014 in Sports/Entertainment. 0 Comment

Celebrity Home Museums

There a few celebrities who have been immortalized through their homes, which have been turned into museums that tell the stories of their lives. Places like Graceland, for example, have become historical landmarks. Thousands of tourists visit these places to try and get a glimpse into the lives of the celebrities that once resided inside. 

Graceland

Graceland was Elvis Presley’s home for 20 years. The realization of a dream to give his parents more than what they had, it was a place where they all worked and lived. Fans that tour this amazing estate will be able to get a glimpse of his past with his friends and family. More importantly, they will learn about the man behind the music. 

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Rebooted

Jul 16, 2014 in Sports/Entertainment. 0 Comment

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Rebooted

After a long wait, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans are about to experience the movie they’ve all been desperate to watch. It’s been over 20 years since a live-action movie featuring the foursome has hit the big screen. Will it deliver all the suspense and action that the TMNT fans are looking for?

About the Movie

The trailer has left die-hard TMNT fans wanting more, and they are anxiously awaiting the August 8, 2014 premiere. The riveting trailer gave a sneak peek into what this film will offer. It is full of big Hollywood names, including Megan Fox who plays April O’Neill, a fearless reporter who discovers the turtles on a rooftop. Will Arnett plays the role of her cameraman and Vernon Fenwick is her adversary. 

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Hot Bats of the American League

Jul 14, 2014 in Sports/Entertainment. 0 Comment

Hot Bats of the American League

Many fans say that the American League is more hitter-friendly than the National League with the addition of the designated hitter position to keep pitchers from going to the plate. Because of that fact, a lot of people expect more big bats and exciting statistics from the AL.  

Nelson Cruz

Long time Texas Ranger Nelson Cruz finds himself in Baltimore for the 2014 season and he’s making the most of his new opportunity. He is keeping the Orioles alive in the AL East and appears to be in the prime of his career. He was part of the all-star team last year and in 2009. Recently, the Rangers General Manager Jon Daniels said they tried to sign Cruz to a contract extension, but he wanted to go elsewhere. Baltimore signed him to a one-year, $8 million contract. 

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