News for the week of 09.25.06 - 10.01.06
Sep 29, 2006
from the Man who sang "Tequila!" dead at 77 dept.
Danny Flores, who played the saxophone and shouted the word "tequila!" in the 1950s hit song Tequila!, has died. He was 77.
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Animal Planet needs a new star to lead the network
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Sep 28, 2006
from the customer service dept.
Military coup leaders in Thailand — often called the "Land of Smiles" — apparently don't want to ruin that image. They've ordered soldiers to smile.
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from the Punk's Not Dead dept.
The influential punk act will release their first new music in ten years via Pete Wentz's Decaydance label.
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Sep 27, 2006
from the We give up dept.
U.S. jazz composer David Baker is encouraging people to use their mobile phones during the debut performance of "Concertino for Cellular Phones and Orchestra" that will open the 20th anniversary season of the Chicago Sinfonietta classical music festival next month.
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from the Arcadia Reunion Watch dept.
Duran Duran address rumors via their MySpace page that they might collaborate with Justin Timberlake.
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Sep 26, 2006
from the Director 15, critics 0 dept.
Tired of the criticism of his films, controversial German film director Uwe Boll took on four of his critics in a Vancouver boxing ring, and ended each bout with a knockout.
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from the Bombast! dept.
Tom DeLonge's band will tour the country in November. Could sparks fly when he crosses paths with his ex-bandmates?
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Sep 25, 2006
from the We're A Happy Family dept.
Indie-rock sibling duo The Fiery Furnaces will head back out on the road in October fora little more than two weeks of newly scheduled dates in support of their recent Bitter Tea album.