Here’s today’s dispatch for the paper as I hit the road with Blythe and beyond in my sights, but first, a short note: Hector “The Magnet” Sanchez fouled a Scott Atchison pitch off his shin today, hobbled out of the box, walked it off under a.
In this premiere episode, there's a bomb in a Hell's Angels member's car and a car and helicopter chase, set against a backdrop of sun, surf and tanning lotion ... will feature live performances by the likes of Cody Simpson, Alli Simpson, Justice Crew.
Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had French toast before, even stuffed French toast, but this offering from OC Surf Café had me at Bonjour. It wasn’t fancy – no sauces, or fillings, or frosted flake crusts – just good hearty bread dipped in a batter.
“I’m Not the Devil” (Cody Jinks Music/Thirty Tigers). Thrash-metal man from Fort Worth, Texas makes his move into the newest line of outlaw-country music — see also Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson — with authentically angled originals and a.
Tears of laughter and tears of grief are both in abundant supply in Asaph Polonsky’s uproariously funny and heart-wrenchingly moving “One Week and a Day.” Playing in the Critic’s Week sidebar in Cannes, the film examines the grieving process.
Reclining back on a white towel, the Surfboard singer enjoyed soaking up some sun at a beach in his hometown of Queensland's Gold Coast, his muscly physique on show for all to see. Resting an elbow on the sand, Cody flaunted his toned biceps and .
Georgia May Jagger's trademark gap teeth and full pout are on maximum display in a new video for Hudson jeans. The sultry 20-year-old model daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall appears in the brand's 10-year anniversary cabaret campaign, wearing a pair.
The Octo-Mom rejected the generous proposition from the nonprofit group Angeles in Waiting because they refused her request of attaching a reality show to the offer! Of course she turned that shiz down! We wouldn't expect any less from the fame whoring mom.
The Sun is good. Without our hot, gas ball of a friend, we’d all be dead. More accurately, we would have never been born! So it’s a good thing that our Sun has escaped some very close encounters with other stars throughout its lifetime. But the danger.
Meetings and workshops start next week for the opening of the new school year. Cheers and jeers to that. I always enjoy the energy of a new school year. We've all had a nice, long break from each other and are (mostly) happy to be back. I won't be feeling.