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Thursday, April 17th 2014
by Brian Willett

New York City is a place full of interesting sights, all-night entertainment, and endless eating options. It’s safe to say that you could eat at a different restaurant every time you visited NYC and never hit the same place twice. So that’s why it’s such a big deal when you do make a repeat trip to one restaurant – it means that the food is so good, you’re willing to sacrifice the discovery of another one of New York’s plethora of killer culinary destinations. When you’re dining at Havana Central, however, it doesn’t feel like a sacrifice. Read on for a review and discount certificate

by Brian Willett

No, you’re not reading that incorrectly. This is another Weezer release, mere weeks after Hurley hit stores. Weezer’s Death To False Metal is a b-side collection, but anyone who is familiar with Weezer’s history (or just remembers tracks like “Waiting on You,” “Devotion” and “Tragic Girl”) knows that what doesn’t make a Weezer album is often as excited as what does. In the case of Death To False Metal, this is true – Weezer shows a wide variety of sounds on this album.

by Daniel Haim

The 33-year-old musician introduced a sneaker range for the exclusive French fashion house last year, establishing him as a key figure in the fashion world.

by Brian Willett

If there’s anything positive to be said about this interview, it’s that Oprah is interviewing Katherine Jackson on her own turf, rather than in a TV studio.

by Daniel Haim

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by Team Bloginity

Fashion design brand Nooka is proud to release their newest and largest timepiece in the zub line: the Zub Zayu.

by Rachel Bennett

George Clooney is set to star in and direct a new film, The Ides of March. The film, based on Beau Willimon’s play Farragut North, centers on a primary race for the Democratic presidential nominee.

Clooney will play Governor Morris, a candidate in the race. Ryan Gosling (Half Nelson), Marisa Tomei (The Wrestler), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote), Evan Rachel Wood (Across the Universe) and Paul Giamatti (Sideways) will round out the star-studded cast.

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by Rachel Bennett

Director Judd Apatow has been lying low since his third directorial feature, Funny People, hit theaters last year. That is, he has been lying low until now. Universal Studios has announced that Apatow’s next film will be released on June 1, 2012.

by Brian Willett

The Canon S95 is pushing the boundaries of what a pocket-sized digital camera can do. This small camera is surprisingly powerful, packing quite the punch with 10 MP images in a compact size. Canon S95 reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, thanks to the sleek design, clear 3-inch LCD for image viewing and the plethora of features to make even amateur photographers shoot like pros. You can find the lowest price on a Canon S95 right here.

by Brian Willett

Christopher Nolan, the director of the latest incarnation of Batman movies, has revealed that the next Batman film will be titled The Dark Knight Rises, and that the film will not feature the Riddler as the main villain. Looks like sales of Riddler costumes will likely plummet this Halloween. In addition, Nolan noted that The Dark Knight Rises would be refreshingly 3D free, a sign that Warner Bros. doesn’t want to follow the retro trend sweeping across Hollywood.

by Brian Willett

Top Gun is cited by some as the defining performance of Tom Cruise’s career, and is recognized by countless others as an extremely entertaining film. So it’s not surprise that upon the announcement that Top Gun 2 is in the works, searches for a Top Gun 2 trailer have skyrocketed. Although no Top Gun 2 trailer has appeared, there’s a reason for that – Top Gun 2 hasn’t even been written yet.

by Brian Willett

Have you heard about the time traveler caught on film? If you thought the iPhone was ahead of its time, then check out this apparent cell phone user in 1928. In the time traveler caught on film video below, you can see a devoted Charlie Chaplin fan pointing out a bizarre occurrence in the 1928 Chaplin film, The Circus – a woman that looks to be using a cell phone.

by Brian Willett

It’s been a bad couple of weeks for celebrities – the latest to pass is Lisa Blount, who is perhaps best known for her stirring portrayal of Lynette Pomeroy in An Officer and a Gentleman. Blount is believed to have died Monday, although her body was not found until Wednesday, as her husband was out of town. She was 53.

by Brian Willett

First Napster fell, and now a court has ordered a LimeWire shutdown. The popular file-sharing software has been under fire for years due to the potential for copyright infringement through illegal filesharing, and now it looks as though it will come to an end. A New York judge ordered the LimeWire shutdown today, citing that LimeWire “intentionally encouraged direct infringement” and “marketed itself to…known copyright infringers.”

by Brian Willett

Charlie Sheen’s public struggles continued early this morning, as he was hospitalized following a 2 a.m. furniture-throwing incident at The Plaza Hotel in New York. Although Charlie Sheen “appeared highly intoxicated,” he cooperated with police and was not charged with a crime.