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Self-confessed ‘cheapskate’ reveals how she uses her own feces as compost to grow vegetables – and spends only $84 a month on groceries – LINK

Band gets $30,000 of equipment stolen during tour stop in Philadelphia – LINK




The 2024 edition of Coachella is slated for the weekends of April 12th and 19th. Passes go on sale Friday.

Snoop Dogg has signed a deal with PetCo to be an ambassador and provide a line of pet products. In a statement, Snoop said, When it comes to shopping for my pets, I choose stuff for them I’d choose for myself. My pets gotta look good, feel good, smell good, but it’s hard to know how to keep our pets healthy and happy when they can’t tell us what they need.” Be on the look out for Snoop Doggie Doggs at a Petco near you.

Foo Fighters’ But Here We AreMetallica’s 72 Seasons and Iggy Pop’s Every Loser are among Rolling Stone’s list of “The Best Albums of 2023 So Far.”

Billy Corgan has dug out something from The Smashing Pumpkins archives to do as a vinyl only release. Neath The Darkest Eves is a solo Corgan performance drawn from as an hour-long YouTube video he posted in 2017. It features a mixture of his songs from The Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan and Corgan’s two solo records.

How far have you traveled to see a rock band? A new study has revealed the top metal and rock acts that fans travel to see, and the band that people would travel the furthest for is SLAYER at 153 miles! Megadeth fans came in at number 2 with fans traveling an average of 151 miles. Pink Floyd, Nirvana and Fleetwood Mac fans rounded out the top five bands people would travel the furthest to see.

Keith Urban apologized for accidentally exposing Phoebe Bridgers’ and Bo Burnham’s relationship last month.  He shared a video of himself and Nicole Kidman in the VIP tent at a Taylor Swift concert . . . but he didn’t realize Phoebe and Bo were kissing in the background

Jon Hamm has joined the cast of “Mean Girls: The Musical”. The actor promises the Paramount+ musical is ‘exactly’ what fans want (LINK)

Johnny Depp was finally paid his $1 million settlement from the Amber Heard defamation trial.  He’s going to donate it all to five charities, with $200,000 going to each.

Yesterday we got the news that Pat Sajek is stepping down from Wheel of Fortune… Vanna White Tweeted how happy she was to work with Pat Sajak for all these years.  Meanwhile, there are already reports that Ryan Seacrest is the frontrunner to replace him. However, Whoopi Goldberg said she wants the job – admitting this on yesterday’s episode of ‘The View’.

Netflix is opening a pop up restaurant called ‘Netflix Bites’ in LA on June 30th  (LINK)   

Chris Pratt thinks all dads have fantasized about what they’d do if someone hurt their kids.  He says his thoughts can go to wild places like, “Where’s the duct tape and how deep is the trunk?”

Harrison Ford was asked if Indiana Jones would support people who punch Nazis in real life.  He said, quote, “He’d push ’em out of the way to get in the first punch.  As well he should.”

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Madison Ivy

Today’s birthday girl has been in 584 fine films, including:

– 2 Chicks Same Time 7

– Baby Got Boobs 5, 14, 15 & 16

– Battle of the Breasts

– Girls Who Love Girls 2

– Ho Down

– I Banged Your Dad 1 & 2

– Magical Feet 17

– Showers Make Me Horny

– This is Us… EFFING

– And who can forget her role in 2010’s One Dirty Bitch

Madison Ivy is 34 years old


The Cardinals’ lost their 16th one-run game of the season, 4-3, in the opener of a three-game series in front the Busch Stadium packed house Monday night. They had the tying run in scoring position in the eighth and ninth innings. They also had the go-ahead run in scoring position in the eighth. Cards came into the series having lost the final two games of their weekend series with the Cincinnati Reds as part of a stretch that included nine losses in their previous 12 games. Goldschmidt and Dejong both “went yard” and that means DeJong now is tied with Randal Grichuk for the seventh-most career homers at Busch Stadium III. Then, the Cardinals lost a series-clinching second game of a three-game series with the Giants 11-3 at Busch Stadium last night. It’s the fourth straight loss at home for the Cardinals who are now 27-41. That came with its share of boo birds halfway through the game. They’ve now lost 11 of their last 14, and they entered the day in last place in the National League Central Division. The teams wrap up their series on this afternoon. The Cardinals have a scheduled day off on tomorrow before they go on the road for 11 days, including their trip to London, where they’ll play the Chicago Cubs in England’s London Stadium as part of the MLB London Series on June 24-25. Cardinals’ bullpen coughs up lead and offense falters in clutch spots in a 4-3 loss to Giants (LINK)

The Denver Nuggets rolled to the first NBA title in their 47 seasons in the league, overcoming a 51-44 halftime deficit to defeat the Miami Heat 94-89. They won it in 5 games and yes that’s the team Kroenke owns. So that means the guy this city loves to hate just got the sports triple crown of trophies. In the NFL, his Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl for the 2021 season. In the NHL, his Colorado Avalanche were the 2021-22 champions. Now the Nuggets… Even his Colorado Mammoth club won the 2022 National Lacrosse League crown. Jokic, named the Most Valuable Player of the Finals, had 28 points and 16 rebounds. Nuggets give Stan Kroenke a remarkable sports Triple Crown of championships, all in sequence (LINK)

Captain Mark Stone scored a hat trick and Nicolas HagueAlec MartinezReilly SmithMichael AmadioIvan Barbashev and Nicolas Roy all added singles as the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Florida Panthers 9-3 on Tuesday to win their first-ever Stanley Cup.

Vegas defeated Florida in five games, capping off a 111-point season where it finished first in the Western Conference. It’s a spectacular accomplishment for the NHL’s second-youngest franchise, which won a title in its sixth year of operation. Golden Knights crush Panthers in Game 5 to win first Stanley Cup in team history (yahoo.com)

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan is taking a leave from his role following an undisclosed “medical situation.” The Tour didn’t elaborate on Monahan’s health status or the nature of his medical condition. The news arrives a week after the PGA Tour announced its merger with LIV Golf, a stunning decision that followed years of PGA Tour criticism of the former rebel tour that’s backed by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund. Monahan, 53, oversaw the negotiations that were made behind closed doors and weren’t revealed to PGA Tour players until the merger was announced to the general public. He’s been under intense fire from PGA Tour players since. PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan taking leave from duties to address ‘medical situation’ (LINK)

There have been some changes at matches in the CONCACAF Gold Cup matches at CityPark on June 28. Nicaragua was kicked out of the tournament for using an ineligible player in eight games. Trinidad and Tobago will take its place.

Nicaragua was supposed to play Jamaica as part of a doubleheader at CityPark, but now it will be Trinidad and Tobago facing Jamaica in an all-Caribbean match, with the United States playing a team yet to be determined, though also from the Caribbean, in the other game. Trinidadand Tobago will replace Nicaragua in Gold Cup match at CityPark (LINK)