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Blink-182 performed their song, “Anthem Part 3,” at a Denny’s diner in Long Beach, California. The dinner crowd went nuts as the band broke into the song. You can check out a snippet of it on the band’s Twitter / X feed.

Top 10 of this week’s Billboard 200 album chart, with Blink-182’s One More Time entering at number-one with Blink racking up 101,000 of its 125,000 total units via traditional sales (downloads, CDs and LPs) rather than streams.

Blink 182 will be back in St. Louis on August 10th at Enterprise Center, which means Travis Barker will have to fly into our city before the show… after his near death experience in a flight, you may be wondering how he conquered his anxiety to continue to tour… The L.A. Times explored this topic in an article titled “Travis Barker wants to be ‘superhuman.’ Catastrophe will do that to a man” – LINK

Matthew Perry died Saturday morning.  He was only 54 – LINK

The world also lost, 6-foot-8 actor Richard Moll, best known as Bull on “Night Court”, passed away at the age of 80 – LINK

Disney released an official first look at its live-action “Snow White” remake with Rachel Zegler. If you recall, when Disney first announced the remake, Peter Dinklage complained, because he felt the story’s depiction of little people was “backwards”. Then over the summer, an image from the set emerged, showing Snow White with a racially-diverse group of friends, and only one of them was a little person.  And that set off people on the OTHER end of the spectrum. So in the new photo, we’re back to the more traditional-looking dwarfs.  But they’re not “live-action” like Snow White is.  They’re CGI – and there’s no word if that’s the final or not. They just delayed the movie by a year . . . until March of 2025.  So they have time to change it if they want to – LINK

Theaters got in trouble for having an intermission break for “Killers of the Flower Moon”, which runs 3 hours and 26 minutes.  The studio says they violated their licensing agreement.

Goldie Hawn has met aliens. She details this experience on a new episode of Time to Walk on Apple Fitness+. She explains that she fell asleep in a friend’s car after a dance rehearsal in California… when she heard a ‘high pitched sound’. Then, she looked out the window and saw ‘two or three triangular-shaped heads’. Goldie explained they were silver in color and they had little facial features – and no ears. “They were pointing at me, pointing at me in the car as if they were discussing me, like I was a subject. And they were droning…” – LINK


  • Jimmy Fallon has Michael Shannon
  • Stephen Colbert has Henry Winkler, music by Melissa Etheridge
  • Jimmy Kimmel has Sean “Diddy” Combs, Pete Holmes, music by Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll
  • Seth Meyers has David Duchovny, Reneé Rapp, music by Connor Denis


What are the best songs to work out to? In a study by AllAxess to find out what the most popular workout playlists on Spotify are, they looked at the number of playlists in which a song appeared, a song’s total number of listens, and its beats per minute.

The complete Top 10 is as follows:

  1. Seven Nation Army” – The White Stripes
  2. It’s My Life” – Bon Jovi
  3. Welcome to the Jungle” – Guns N’ Roses
  4. Smells Like Teen Spirit” – Nirvana
  5. In the End” – Linkin Park
  6. Thunderstruck” – AC/DC
  7. Paradise City” – Guns N’ Roses
  8. Numb/Encore” – JAY-Z & Linkin Park
  9. Unstoppable” – The Score
  10. Highway to Hell” – AC/DC