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20 Mar 19
HORRORPEDIA

Frankenstein 1970 is a 1958 science fiction horror feature film directed by Howard W. Koch (producer of Pharaoh’s Curse; Voodoo Island; The Black Sleep) from a screenplay written by Richard H. Landau and George Worthing Yates, based on a story by Charles A. Moses and producer Aubrey Schenck (Daughters of Satan; Macabre). The movie stars […]

20 Mar 19
Fire Breathing Dimetrodon Time

Tonight’s episode was absolutely delightful. Andrew Duggan guest stars as a not-entirely-trustworthy small town sheriff who may have $20,000 in stolen marked Treasury money hidden in the floor of his jail. Jeff needs to extract it quickly without blowing his own cover, so he poses as a criminal in order for Cash, posing as a […]

20 Mar 19
The Eclectic Blogger

It’s that time again; everyone wants summer and everyone wants a break. And if you don’t, please share your secret… I’ll pay. I am lucky enough to go to university in a lovely part of the UK; ‘sunny’ Cornwall. But the reality is that for 96% of the year, it’s gloomy, and I am so […]

20 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

CLOSE The Marisa Tufaro Foundation Wochit All of the Greater Middlesex Conference Basketball Coaches Association's 26th Annual Senior All-Star Doubleheader will benefit The Marisa Tufaro Foundation. The girls and boys all-star games, featuring the league's top high school upperclassmen, will be contested Wednesday at Middlesex County College, which is donating its facilities and staff, including […]

20 Mar 19
A Storm of Pages

It’s back! Starting this April – and lasting for the entire month – it’s time for another round of the Magical Readathon – the O.W.L. edition! I participated last year before I had my blog, and I highly enjoyed it, as well as the other two editions G from BookRoast has hosted. I can’t wait […]

20 Mar 19
Gina Rae Mitchell

My Little Bit & Big Byte series review has product details for both books, an author interview, and my thoughts on each book. I think you will enjoy this review. If you do, please leave a comment and share the post, but most importantly, let the author know that you enjoyed his books. Thanks, Gina […]

20 Mar 19

Hey everyone! I’ve been a BUSY man, which is I guess is good, but instead of dartying and binge drinking this weekend for St. Patty’s, I was filming with a group from my class in a set in the basement of a University building and I’m going to tell the story of that even though […]

20 Mar 19
Pasadena Star News
If your summer plans were ruined when you couldn’t get tickets to the quickly sold-out Once Upon a Time in the LBC concert, there’s good news: a second day has just been added for the Long Beach event. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 22 for Day 2 of the now July 27-28 festival at the Queen Mary. It will be headlined by Snoop Dogg & The Dogg Pound, along with more than two dozen other acts, including YG, The Game, DMX, Nipsey Hussle, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Warren G, Keith Sweat, Too Short and others. Oakland rapper Kamaiyah has been added to the lineup for Sunday, July 28 only. Tickets range from $100, $125 and $150 for general admission; $200, $225 and $250 for VIP; $1,400 and $1,600 for VIP tables; and $4,500 for VIP cabanas. The venue has a capacity for about 15,000 people and tickets for the July 27 show sold out within an hour when they went on sale on March 15. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] In 2018, the Summertime in the LBC concert, also headlined by Snoop Dogg, was another sellout. For tickets go to onceuponatimeinthelbc.com.
20 Mar 19
Private Jet Card Comparisons - Know Before You Buy

Football star Emiliano Sala’s death when the Piper Malibu he was flying crashed is raising safety issues days after a report cited pilot qualifications in a 2017 Learjet crash in the U.S. A letter sent today by BACA, The Air Charter Association (of Europe), to its members is highlighting safety concerns in the sometimes murky […]

20 Mar 19
Breakdown from the Bench

The 2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket has been released and if you’re like me, you’ve probably made five or ten brackets with hopes of getting close to correct on one. Or maybe you’re somewhat of a bracket purist, sticking with your one set of predictions that you really believe in. Either way you, know that the […]

20 Mar 19
HORRORPEDIA

‘Mind over matter’ The Brain is a 1988 Canadian science fiction horror feature film directed by Ed Hunt (Halloween Hell; Alien Warrior; Bloody Birthday; Starship Invasions) from a screenplay by Barry Pearson. The movie stars David Gale; Tom Bresnahan; Cynthia Preston; George Buza and Brett Pearson. Scream Factory is releasing The Brain on Blu-ray on […]

20 Mar 19
Mentes Creativas

They say you’re a reflection of the five people you spend the most time with… probably the reason I and my best friend keep getting mistaken for each other. Like how? We are two completely different persons and characters. They also say you are what you eat…this one might be true. A testimony to my increasing weight […]

20 Mar 19
Early Bird Music

My comprehensive list of Lollapalooza 2019’s must see acts during the four-day extravaganza.

20 Mar 19

SLUMSMag

Written By: Marsha P. L.g.b. with a capital T.  Meet transgender hip-hop star MzzAmirraO.  Repping Baltimore loud and proud, this young lady opens the conscious flood gates with her messages of survival and self-empowerment.  Ultimately a vet in the game, MzzO’s newest music project takes listeners on a hood righteous trip through twisted lyrical melodies […]