Friday 5/10/2013: Scientists at the University of Bradford in England claim we are one generation way from ending this...What is it? Answer: Gray Hair
Tuesday 5/7/2013: According to the Worldwide Motion Picture Group...if your script includes a scene with this activity it's probably gonna fizzle...What is it? Answer: Bowling
Monday 5/6/2013: Compared to their mothers, today women have larger what? Answer: Engagement rings
Friday 5/3/2013: According to worldwide statistics – People in Portugal hang on to THESE for longer than a decade...Longer than any other any other country…What is it? Answer: A Grudge!!!
Thursday 5/2/2013: According to the Wall Street Journal...Last summer's drought has caused the price for this popular food item to increase almost 50% from last year...What is it? Answer: Chicken Wings
Audi has a new ad with both the old Spock AND the new Spock from "Star Trek" (LEONARD NIMOY and ZACHARY QUINTO)
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has revealed the details of its Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction exhibit. Opening on May 24th and spread over more than two floors, it includes:
• Mick Jagger’s Steel Wheels green leather jacket, circa 1989
• Mick’s grammar school class photograph
• Keith Richards’s Rosewood Fender Telecaster
• Charlie Watts’s mariachi shirt, circa 1975
• Ronnie Wood’s Zemaitis guitar circa 1978
• Brian Jones’s custom Vox teardrop guitar
The companion exhibit at the Museum’s Library and Archives will focus on the Stones’ tour production from 1975 to 1981. Highlights include a set list, photographs, stage drawings, fabric samples, lighting cues and more. Also featured are handwritten notes by Rolling Stones Records executive Art Collins, who toured with the band between 1977-1982. The notes were used to help determine which of their 1981 performances would be included in the live concert film Let’s Spend the Night Together.
The Museum will also launch a fan-generated interactive exhibition on Monday, in which you can share your photos of memorabilia, artwork, Stones concerts and more. Upload your original images to Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #rockhallsatisfaction to contribute to the submission feed. Images uploaded will be available to be viewed in the exhibit as well as online through the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Facebook page throughout the duration of the exhibit.
The exhibit will close in March 2014.
Perhaps hiring an Amish person to be your company's IT guy wasn't such a good idea.
The Doors have opened the doors of information -- and made it available for your iPad.
On Monday, they launched an iPad app overseen by Jac Holzman, the onetime Elektra Records label-head who initially signed them. At the same time, they issued three new digital box sets, specially re-mastered for iTunes by the group's original engineer, Bruce Botnick.
The app, which sells for under five bucks, contains a slew of features, much of it from the band's own archive, including:
Jackson Browne is releasing a live DVD captured during his 2012 tour.
I'll Do Anything - Live in Concert includes 16-career spanning songs, such as "The Pretender," "Running on Empty," "Take It Easy" and "Before the Deluge." It will be out on June 18th on his Inside Recordings label.
Jackson performs on Saturday at the Bottle Rock Napa Valley Festival in Napa, California.
Guys, you could learn a thing or two from 10-year-old Cole. He knows how to treat the ladies, so listen up and pay attention.
John Fogerty is getting set the May 28th release of his album of duets, Wrote a Song for Everyone. In anticipation, he has posted a video on his website of him and Bob Seger reworking Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Who'll Stop the Rain." The album also features collaborations with the Foo Fighters, Keith Urban, Tom Morello, My Morning Jacket, Kid Rock, Brad Paisley, Alan Jackson, Allen Toussaint and others.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight went missing in 2003. Yesterday, they were found alive in Cleveland. Berry called 911 and said, "I'm Amanda Berry. I've been on the news for the last 10 years. And I'm here. I'm free now."