Today is the 10th anniversary of the movie Mean Girls — one of the brightest high points in Lindsay Lohan‘s acting career — and to celebrate, Lindsay posted a fun photo on her official Instagram profile. As you may recall, we learned back in March that plans were in the works for a full-on Mean Girls reunion but since today is the actual anniversary and no reunion has taken place, it’s likely that the occasion will not be celebrated as it should. Irregardless, Lindsay felt like celebrating so see the photo she shared below. More »
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Last night was the 2 year anniversary of the weekly Sketch Party that takes place at the Hyperion Tavern in Silverlake, CA and because I wanted to show my support for my beloved Fumadors, I decided to make my way out to the tavern to celebrate with my friends. Ollie is a founding member of Sketch Party so I knew I wanted to be there to help celebrate with her, Chris, Alex and Ken. The place was packed with very happy people and a great night was had by all. More »
April 21, 1989
25 years ago today, Nintendo released the Game Boy compact video game system and revolutionized the world of video gaming. On April 21, 1989, the original Game Boy was unleashed upon the world and almost immediately, a generation of video game fans took a giant leap forward into the realm of portable gaming technology. Since that time, the Game Boy has evolved into different, smaller versions (Game Boy Pocket, Game Boy Light, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Advance SP) … eventually morphing into the Nintendo 3DS … but back when the portable gaming system was first released, the world was changed forever. Homage to the Game Boy must be paid. More »
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A year ago today the world was horrified by the news of the bombing attack at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Three people were killed and many more were injured in the attack. Today, in honor of the one year anniversary of the attack, the people of Boston have gathered at Boston Marathon finish line to pay their respects to the victims and survivors of that deadly attack. The Boston Globe gathered together a large group of survivors and first responders for a stunning portrait that was taken at the Boston Marathon finish line as the city, the country and the world remembers that fateful day one year ago today. More »
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B-Jay in Paradise
Beyoncé and Jay Z celebrated their 6 year wedding anniversary on holiday in the Dominican Republic with their beautiful baby girl Blue Ivy in tow and as you can see in the photos presented in this gallery, it looks like they had THE best time together celebrating as a family in paradise. Bey uploaded a TON of personal photos from her anniversary trip to her official website but the photos shared here are the best of the best. Beyoncé looks fab, Jay looks dope and Blue is just the cutest little doll ever. The Carter family really knows how to celebrate, don’t they? Happy Anniversary, B-Jay!
The "Hesitant Poet Of 'Grunge Rock'"
20 years ago today, the world lost the musical genius Kurt Cobain when he took his own life at the far too young age of 27. It’s really impossible to describe the feeling that was felt on that fateful day back in 1994 unless you were there to experience it first hand. For Generation X, news of Cobain‘s death resonated in much the same way that news of John Lennon‘s death impacted people in the early 80s. For us, it is a day that most people remember in much the same way that people alive in the 1960s remember where they were when they learned of President John F. Kennedy‘s death. It’s really insane to think that two decades have passed since Kurt‘s death. In some ways, it feels like it was not long ago. In other ways, it feels like a lifetime ago. The world is so different today than it was back on April 5, 1994. In honor of Kurt‘s memory, let’s go back to that day to be reminded of the day that the “hesitant poet of Grunge Rock” died. More »
You're gonna love his birthday suit
Hey McFly fans! Remember those hawt photos we saw of the McFly guys on the cover and in the pages of Attitude magazine last November (and let’s not forget those hawt Attitude photos from 2010)? Well, today I have for you a new batch of McFly hotness from the latest issue of THE AMAZING Attitude magazine. This time around, the only member of McFly featured in the mag is Harry Judd but OH MY LORDE, I think you won’t mind at all that he’s the only McFly guy we get to check out. Harry is featured on the cover of Attitude‘s 20th anniversary issue and in celebration, he has posed with ALL of his clothes off for the mag! As a Happy 20th Birthday to Attitude, Harry shows off his Birthday Suit. Get it? The photos presented in this gallery may be a bit NSFW once you get to the bare bum photos but can you think of a better way to wish a happy birthday/anniversary to Attitude magazine? I THINK NOT. Please enjoy.
March 24, 1984
Two weeks ago I attended a showing of the 1984 The Breakfast Club at the ArcLight Theater here in Manhattan Beach, CA and I noted at the start of the movie that the 30 year anniversary of the day that the events in the movie took place was coming up. Today, March 24, is the 30th anniversary of the day that the characters in the film bonded in detention together. On this day back in 1984, a criminal, a basket case, an athlete, a geek and a princess came together and found that they weren’t really all that different from one another. Happy Breakfast Club Anniversary, y’all! More »
Back in January I blogged about the 20th anniversary release of Tori Amos‘s second album Under The Pink, commenting on how important that album is to me. Today, I’m blogging about the 20th anniversary release of Nine Inch Nails‘s second album The Downward Spiral — the single most important album in my life. I know it sounds hyperbolic to say that an album can change a person’s life but in this case, it’s true. I’ve been a lifelong music fan, happily relishing in the songs that touch my soul or simply make me happy. I could list any number of albums that have had a great impact on my life in various ways but no album has truly affected the person that I am as much as The Downward Spiral has. 20 years ago today, I walked into my local record store and I paid about $9.99 for the album that would change my life forever, in ways I couldn’t even imagine. More »
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My Monday night was a really quiet one, for the most part, in that I managed to get some stuff done around the house and I managed to finish up some reading that I started over the weekend. I mentioned previously that I spent part of a recent evening catching up on a few issues of The New Yorker magazine that I wanted to get thru and I managed to get that finished last night. The most recent issue is their annual anniversary double issue so there is a lot included for me to read. Yesterday was an anniversary of sorts for me … one that I used to celebrate but now is only a painful reminder. I wish I could tell you that Monday was a great day for me but, unfortunately, it really wasn’t. More »