Back in the 1980s, Van Halen were known for demanding lots of M&M’s be provided backstage at their concerts — but insisting the brown ones be removed. Many people assumed it was a weird superstition or just your standard, run-of-the-mill rock star ridiculousness, but David Lee Roth says there was actually a very good reason behind it.
At Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, the Foo Fighters won five trophies — but it was the speech Dave Grohl gave after they picked up the prize for Best Rock Performance that lit up the interwebs. Now Grohl has written a lengthy clarification.
In a “d’oh!” moment of massive proportions, the pilot of a private plane wandered into protected airspace over Los Angeles on Thursday — an area temporarily restricted because President Obama happened to be in town.
When fighter jets were scrambled to escort it in for a landing, authorities found the plane was loaded with more than 20 pounds of marijuana.
Teen truancy is a real problem for a lot of schools, but especially so for the Dohn Community High School in Cincinnati. It only has a 14% graduation rate and has been deemed an “academic emergency” by the state of Ohio.
So the school is trying out a novel approach: it’s paying students to show up and behave themselves.
The supernaturally-powered boys in ‘Chronicle‘ proved they had one more trick up their sleeves: coming in first at the box office. The film sold $22 million in tickets to take the top spot this weekend.
During Sunday’s Super Bowl, Madonna will take center stage for the halftime show. She’s working with the famous acrobat troupe Cirque du Soleil on a concept for the gig, but only time will tell if it’ll fly — or flop.
With that in mind, let’s revisit some of the more memorable halftime shows — both good and bad — of years past.
Liam Neeson’s movie about being hunted by a pack of rogue wolves, ‘The Grey,’ was apparently red meat to movie-goers. It brought in $20 million in its debut to take the top spot at the box office this weekend.
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