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ALIEN CONDOS – CERES IS THE IBIZA OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM APPARENTLY

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It’s been several weeks since scientists first caught a glimpse of a strange bright spot sparkling on the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres. But scientists back on Earth still don’t have an explanation. Now, newly released images — captured by NASA’s Dawn probe — show the bright spot is actually two round splotches of reflected light, side by side, ... Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – ANYONE SEEN MY TESTICLES?

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A married TV presenter who took a mystery blonde stranger to a sauna then kissed her – passed out and woke up without his testicles. Dmitry Nikolaev, 30, from Moscow, was out drinking at his local bar when an attractive woman approached him and struck up a conversation. Shortly afterwards they hailed a taxi and went to a nearby sauna, ... Read More »

Headlines.

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IN OTHER NEWS Moody Blues, Styx, Max Weinberg and more. Jon Bon Jovi and his Soul Foundation are providing financial backing to Spoon Full of Hope, a church-run organization that, since last month, has been serving meals to poor people out of a firehouse in Union Beach, New Jersey. They lost their funding last summer. E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg will ... Read More »

First Tour Since 1990.

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MIKE+THE MECHANICS: First U.S. Tour in 25 Years The tour begins tomorrow in Virginia. Mike+The Mechanics will hit the road in the U.S. for the first time in more than 25 years starting tomorrow night (Thursday) in Alexandria, Virginia. Guitarist Mike Rutherford tells us a promoter went to London to see them last year and suggested they tour the States. The ... Read More »

New Tour.

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SCORPIONS: North American Dates Announced They’ll support their new album with a fall tour. The Scorpions will support their new album Return to Forever with a North American tour this fall. It kicks off on September 10th in Boston and wraps up on October 3rd in Inglewood, California. There’s no word yet on when tickets will go on sale. The ... Read More »

Replanted.

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GEORGE HARRISON: Memorial Tree Killed by Beetles Replaced The new tree, chosen by his family, is a yew pine. In honor of George Harrison‘s 72nd birthday, a new tree was planted in L.A.’s Griffith Park on Wednesday after the first tree planted in the former Beatles’ memory was killed by beetles. Both tree plantings were spearheaded by L.A. City Councilman ... Read More »