Q&A With the Undisputed Champion of Smirk, Dennis Miller

Say what you will about the standup comic turned right-leaning radio talk host. Miller has accomplished something that eludes many in entertainment: a steady gig in the public eye for a quarter century.

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Posted Nov. 22, 2011 | Comments: 1

5 Questions with Globetrotters' 'Moo Moo' Evans

Those worldly ambassadors of the hard court, the Harlem Globetrotters, will make their annual...

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Posted Feb. 18, 2010 | Comments: 0

New Found Glory in A.C.

'We would drive up from high school [in 1997] on the weekend and maybe play for a couple hundred kids in South, Central or North Jersey and then drive right back home, maybe play a show in the South and then be back at home and go to school Monday morning,' drummer Cyrus Bolooki tells Atlantic City Weekly.

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Posted Feb. 18, 2010 | Comments: 0

MissInkAmerica.com Pageant is Friday

'We believe that body art is a beautiful thing, and we want to try to remove the negative stigma that it sometimes has,' says Cyprian Jennetta. 'We don’t think that anyone in general, but in this particular case women with body art, should be shunned or denied any opportunities that those who do not have body art might get.'

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Posted Feb. 18, 2010 | Comments: 2

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Celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th B-Day this week
By Josh Kruger

This year marks the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth. A playwright known for his unique mastery of the English language, Shakespeare also wrote a lot of beautiful, but admittedly pedantic, poems called sonnets. We know him mostly, though, because of his acute grasp of human experience told through sardonic comedies (A Midsummer’s Night Dream) or horrific tragedies [...]

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In ‘exile’ after sentencing, marijuana activist Goldstein continues fight
By Randy LoBasso

Politicians are endorsing it. President Obama says it’s not so dangerous. If a Democrat wins the Pennsylvania’s governor’s race this November, it’ll be decriminalized. But for the time being, in Philadelphia, its advocates and users are still getting arrested, and receiving, in one case, two years probation and harsh fines. Chris Goldstein, a member of Philly’s [...]