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KISS meets Scooby-Doo?

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Throughout the years Scooby and the gang has meet an incredible number of famous people including The Harlem Globetrotters, The Three Stooges, and many many more. So it should come as no surprise that eventually they would meet the iconic band KISS. Don’t believe us? Check out the truth below! Photo courtesy of spadge6868 Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – F-BOMB EXTRAVA-F***ING-GANZA

St Louis Cardinals v Cincinnati Reds

Reds manager Bryan Price went on a profane rant during his daily pregame meeting with reporters Monday, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. According to the Enquirer, Price was upset with the paper’s report Sunday that catcher Devin Mesoraco was not available to pinch-hit during Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals. During Monday’s meeting, after television cameras had left and about 10 ... Read More »

Alice Cooper Talks Hollywood Vampires Covers Album

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Alice Cooper‘s next album — a mostly covers tribute to the Hollywood Vampires crowd that he ran with during the early 70s — is done. The shock rocker tells us that, “I have it. It’s mixed, ready to go, and I’m very happy with it, very, very happy with it…I’m really happy with all the stuff and, y’know, McCartney’s on ... Read More »

DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR THE SUNS?

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A Maricopa County grand jury has handed down an indictment against Marcus and Markieff Morris, forwards for the Phoenix Suns. The felony aggravated assault charges stem from an incident at a recreation center in January. The victim, Erik Hood, alleges that the brothers, along with three other men, repeatedly punched and kicked him during a basketball tournament at the Nina ... Read More »

BLONDES vs. BRUNETTES SATURDAY TO BENEFIT ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION OF AZ

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This Saturday, April 25th the Alzheimers Association of Arizona will once again host their Blondes vs. Brunettes Flag Football Game at Phoenix College to help raise awareness & funds in the fight against Alzheimers disease.  7PM kickoff.  Tickets are $10 at the gate. Kids 12 and under are free! Come out to help support a worthy & noble cause.  Since ... Read More »