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2014-02-25 23:01:57

My Flaming Heart recently went on a road trip to Dallas and Fort Worth and are now back with some exciting items. Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 25, 2014 My Flaming Heart is excited to announce that on their recent road trip to Dallas and Fort Worth, they discovered some unusual new treasures. They are unpacking them now. My Flaming Heart loves finding new and unusual items to add to their already eclectic collection of clothing, jewelry, shoes and other items. On this trip, the shop found...

2009-04-29 18:17:32

Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry signed an executive order at a public ceremony declaring Do you Realize?? by the Flaming Lips the official state rock song. Henry's order, signed Tuesday, ended a debate in the state House of Representatives about whether the song should be made official after bassist Michael Ivins was seen wearing a T-shirt with a hammer-and-sickle communist logo, the Tulsa (Okla.) World reported Wednesday. The Oklahoma band said the shirt was an ironic gift from lead singer Wayne...

2009-03-05 11:40:00

Starting March 7, Rollins will host a show from 6 to 8pm PST on KCRW and KCRW.com SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Legendary punk rock icon, actor, author, TV host and self-described "graying foreign correspondent" Henry Rollins returns to the station where he got his start in radio, hosting a KCRW music show that will feature "a great mix of all kinds from all over from all time." It will air live -- on air at 89.9 FM and online at KCRW.com -- Saturday nights from 6 to 8pm...

2009-01-24 16:49:27

Anchor Bay Films has snatched up the U.S. and Australian rights to Spread, a new movie starring actor Ashton Kutcher, industry sources say. The Hollywood Reporter said Friday that Anchor Bay is thought to have paid an estimated $3.5 million for the rights to the Kutcher vehicle, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last weekend. The movie, featuring Kutcher as a male gigolo attempting to become monogamous, had been drawing a lot of interest from distributors prior to Anchor Bay's...

2008-12-10 07:00:00

LA, Los Angeles Times Magazine will now feature a section dedicated to music and the culture of Los Angeles LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- LA, Los Angeles Times Magazine today announced the selection of Nic Harcourt as Editor at Large, Music & Culture. Beginning February 8, 2009, in LA's January/February double Oscar issue, Harcourt will contribute a monthly column inspired by his love of music and the culture of Southern California. Harcourt has been hailed as the most...

2008-10-28 21:00:10

Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles (DSALA): Who: Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles (DSALA) with Emcee Mark Wallengren of KOST's Morning Show, Grand Marshal Nancy O'Dell of "Access Hollywood," Kym Johnson of "Dancing with the Stars" and National Buddy Walk Spokesperson John C. McGinley of "Scrubs." What: 14th Annual Buddy Walk for the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles. When: Sunday, November 2, 2008, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM 10:00 AM to 11 AM Check in 11:30 AM to...

2008-09-24 09:00:29

By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News This may very well come back to haunt Gary Scott Thompson when viewers get a look at "Knight Rider." "Gary really was given sort of carte blanche when we brought him on board -- to not be limited by what had been done in the two-hour movie," said executive producer Doug Liman. So, in other words, Thompson will get all the credit or all the blame for the new "Knight Rider," which premieres at 7 p.m. on NBC/ Ch. 5. And odds are he's not going to be showered...

2008-08-03 15:00:15

By Julie Bisbee, The Oklahoman Aug. 3--TULSA -- Art and music festivals are becoming big business in Oklahoma cities, not just for artists, but for businesses and community leaders who see creating a vibrant arts community as a solid economic development move. "There is a financial incentive to find talent here and grow that talent locally," said Jill Simpson, director of the Oklahoma Film and Music Office. "Historically in Oklahoma, it's been an export business. We're desperately trying...

2008-07-28 12:00:34

By JENNIFER CHANCELLOR Like the whale of the classic novel, it's big. The mobile Web site, www.dfest.mobi, created for Diversafest, or Dfest, Music Conference and Festival, provides easy access to key information from any mobile device. It's the first time that Dfest has worked with the site in a "greening" opportunity for the seventh annual event. The "mobile Web site" is designed specifically to be viewed on a mobile phone or device with Internet capability. Dfest...


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