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ENTERTAINMENT
December 14, 2011
SEARCHING FOR some cool stocking stuffers with a techy edge for under $30? How about a battery-enhanced toothbrush that sings like Justin Bieber, a protective case for a smartphone, or a vibrating magic "bullet" that turns a carton of eggnog into a loudspeaker? You may not have to go far for such cute stuff. Even stores not known for gadgets stack 'em high this time of year. Of course, goodies galore also await online for those who act fast. BEYOND BEYOND: A good example of living past its image is Bed, Bath and Beyond, notwithstanding the goofy "Dancing and Singing Rabbi" ($14.99)
NEWS
November 8, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Talk about a highway to hell. Phil Rudd, drummer for Aussie rockers and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers AC/DC , was charged Thursday in a court in New Zealand (he lives there) with hiring hit men to kill two people. No word on whom he was trying to murder. Rudd's has been with AC/DC since 1974, with a break from 1983 to 1994.   'Alex From Target' gets 15 crazy minutes It might be nice to be 16-year-old Alex LaBeouf (no relation, we don't think, to actor Shia LaBeouf , but just as fun to spell)
NEWS
April 7, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
IT'S Tattle's first-ever week in review:   Friday Beyoncé and Jay-Z celebrated their fifth anniversary in Havana. Beyoncé: "Is that a cigar or are you just happy to see me?" Jay-Z: "It's a cigar. " Also celebrating: "Arrested Development," which returns May 25 - on Netflix. Thursday NBC got what it wanted: Jay Leno is leaving "Tonight" next February, and Jimmy Fallon is taking over. Norwegian tween girls got what they wanted: No school, so they can see Justin Bieber in Oslo.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 6, 2012 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Staff Writer
This may fall entirely within the expectation of his fans, but Justin Bieber's concert at a packed Wells Fargo Center on Sunday night turned out to be a religious experience. Bieber started the show descending from the rafters equipped with a set of massive metallic wings, shedding them for a rave-up version of "All Around the World. " He closed with a testament of faith, a towering treatment of "Believe," the title track from his latest album. Yes, he encored afterward with his two biggest hits, "Boyfriend" and "Baby," but that was sheer pandemonium.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2012 | By Howard Gensler
COMCAST'S TAKEOVER of pre-"Smash" NBC/Universal came with a price steeper than owning some of network television's crappiest shows. As part of its agreement with the FCC and the Department of Justice, the media giant will launch four minority-owned networks on its cable-TV systems in the next two years. The networks announced yesterday include: * Revolt, a channel conceived by "P. Diddy" Combs and MTV veteran Andy Schuon , and surprisingly, not about an uprising of people who get their Comcast bill.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 7, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani and INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
We celebrated it as a union blessed by the celebrity gods. How wrong we were. "There were people who were genuinely upset that what they thought was perfect was no longer," says Seal, 49, expressing our pain over the breakup of his marriage to Heidi Klum. "I'm in an excellent place right now. In a situation like this, your priority is the children," Seal tells USA Today, referring to the couple's four children, who range from 2 to 8 years old. "As long as the children are happy, I'm happy.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 2011 | By Rick Bentley, McClatchy Newspapers
This week's new DVD releases include the top Oscar winner. The King's Speech , Grade A: Director Tom Hopper's film - winner of this year's Oscar for best picture - uses one man's physical limitations as the core for this beautiful and moving story of courage and friendship. Colin Firth turns in another standout performance that conveys how the mantle of royalty is both a curse and blessing. And Geoffrey Rush finds the right balance between respect for the crown and concern for the man wearing it. This is not a movie simply about a king making a speech.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 29, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Quentin T. sues Gawker Quentin Tarantino reportedly threw a tantrum when his new script, The Hateful Eight , was leaked online, and vowed never to make the film! Now QT has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against gossip site Gawker, which posted a link to the screenplay, says TMZ. "Gawker Media has made a business of predatory journalism, violating people's rights to make a buck . . . . This time they went too far," reads the suit. How much does QT want in damages? Unknown.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 11, 2011 | By Carrie Rickey, Inquirer Movie Critic
Make a C with your left hand, make a backward C with your right; put them together and point thumbs south. If Never Say Never is an accurate thermometer, then Bieber Fever - the pubescent-female passion for popster Justin Bieber - is North America's happiest epidemic. From Bieber's modest beginnings in Stratford, Ontario, almost 17 years ago to his Madison Square Garden concert last August that sold out in 22 minutes, Never Say Never is one part backstage biography, one part concert film charting the roots and meteoric rise of Justin II, successor to that supernova surnamed Timberlake.
NEWS
August 24, 2012 | By Brian McManus, For The Inquirer
Live, Kitty Pryde is a walking paradox, a wound-up ball of nervous insecurity who can summon the bravado it takes to command those in her crowd to bow their heads in prayer to Justin Bieber. ("Dear Bieber, please stop singing about sex. ") Makes sense. She's a walking paradox in everyday life, too, a teenage, white-as-snow redheaded Claire's employee from Daytona Beach, Fla., who, depending on your view, is either hip hop's unlikely savior or the final nail in the coffin of the once-proud genre.
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