This entry was posted on Apr 30 2011 by Sienna Mawby
Exactly one year ago, the Nashville area was hit by what has been termed the ’100 Year Flood.’ More than 30 people died, thousands of homes were damaged or destroyed, downtown Music City was flooded up several blocks from the Cumberland River, the Grand Ole Opry House and Opryland Hotel suffered millions of dollars in damages and numerous other businesses were closed for anywhere from a few days to several months.
Residents of Nashville and the surrounding area who lived near any river or stream were likely flooded, with most of them having to flee their homes — some of them by boat rescue. Within days after the water receded, as soon as residents were allowed back into their neighborhoods, they started the process of tearing down and rebuilding. Full Post…
This entry was posted on Apr 30 2011 by Kai Conacher
I’ll be honest, I was more worried than a stripper at a Staten Island bachelorette party when I first heard about . Didn’t it kind of sound like Judd Apatow just decided to make a “lady movie?” Like when David Mamet wrote e or I decided to watch a football game in 2008.
However, the more that trickles out about the film, the more I think it might actually be pretty funny. The had some winning moments and also featured Jon Hamm lying in bed with a sheet on its way to letting us know if the carpet matches the Draper. This type of pandering is called MANdering, and it is absolutely a win-win. Where do
This entry was posted on Apr 25 2011 by Savannah Webber
Why? As one of the most photographed women in Hollywood, and potentially the world, Kim Kardashian is under a lot of pressure to look good, something that sends most starlets into a dieting frenzy resulting in a gaunt, barely-there look. So we love how Kim, despite all the pressure, has retained that famous booty. In a recent interview she spilled, “I couldn’t care less if she was a size 4 or a size 14. I have cellulite. So what! I’ve never claimed to be perfect. It’s crazy anyone should assume that just because you’re in the spotlight, you’re flawless.” And last week after being spotted working out in California with her mum – how cute? – she was snapped stuffing her face with carbs! Yes carbs. All hail Kim K.
This entry was posted on Apr 25 2011 by Sienna Mawby
If the Professor on ‘Gilligan’s Island’ could fashion a radio from two coconuts, why can’t Troy Olsen make a guitar from a cigar box? But unlike the Professor’s radio, the EMI Nashville artist’s creation actually works. Appropriately enough, he played it on ‘Good Hands,’ which reached No. 36 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.
“The lead break in the song is a slide guitar part,” Troy explains to The Boot. “When we were choosing guitars for that part, we tried a bunch that didn’t work. I had recently made a guitar out of a cigar box and we ended up pulling this thing off the wall. It’s made of Telecaster parts, a Dan Electro neck and a real cigar box. Full Post…