Archives: December 2009
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Village Voice columnist and cultural critic Michael Musto sums up and breaks down the 00′s:
The Naughty Aughties are over, and I’m LMFAO. It will be remembered, if at all, as the decade of the TMI generation. The 15-second fame gang. The micromanaging maniacs. The attention-whoring-for-lunch bunch. The iPhone, iPod, iMac, IMAX, and eye-lift folks. The people who have already forgotten this paragraph.
Read his full report here.
Cops say they found 13 handguns, a rifle, an illegal assault rifle and various drugs at the defendant’s Woodland Hills home. Thanks to a 2005 drug conviction in Fresno, Miller is barred from owning guns or ammunition, say prosecutors.
LAPD officers obtained the search warrant after running a background check on Miller when they discovered he had allegedly purchased ammunition, according to the D.A.’s office.
Miller will be arraigned later today in Van Nuys Superior Court.
Wednesday’s episode of ABC’s soap opera “One Life To Live” marked a media milestone. Daytime television’s first onscreen gay sex scene, featuring Scott Evans (“Oliver Fish”) and Brett Claywell (“Kyle Lewis”).
Candles, champagne, cheesy music and bad dialogue… this is what inclusion looks like.
Spotted thanks to World of Wonder
On Tuesday the Downtown News announced it would no longer distribute the free paper to parts of the city:
We are now concentrating our free distribution more narrowly on Downtown and its close-in environs. We have kept all our historic distribution throughout Downtown, Echo Park and Silverlake – nearly 1000 locations. But we stopped distribution to Pasadena, Glendale and Larchmont. Apologies to readers in those areas a little further from Downtown, but it just got too expensive to keep anything other than our primary distribution.
The newspaper can still be read for free online.
Found via Gary Scott.
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