Q & A with Kirk Thurmond

August 28, 2018

Photos and interview by Velton Hayworth   Blitz: First thing, great show tonight. It was my first time to see you guys. Kirk Thurmond: Thanks!   So, I have to ask about influences. I’ve seen […]

RAISING HELL with Richard Rawlings

March 21, 2016

By Matt Pearce Local cult personality Richard Rawlings as one might expect is a busy man. Between splitting his duties for his show, Fast N’ Loud which airs on the Discovery Channel, running his famous […]

Hancock Says No Need to Change College Football Playoff

December 2, 2015

By Mark Miller As someone who has overseen the National Collegiate Athletic Association Final Four, college football’s Bowl Championship Series and the College Football Playoff, Bill Hancock knows what it takes to make high-profile events […]

Burlesque and Brunch? …Why the Hell Not!?

November 18, 2015

By Amber LaFrance I rarely go to brunch without one thought in mind: where are the mimosas? Brunch should not be eaten with calories in mind. It’s the one occasion, outside of Thanksgiving, that I […]

Today’s NBA Not the Same for Shaq

November 10, 2015

By Mark Miller Early in his 19-year National Basketball Association career, Shaquille O’Neal had plenty of opponents he could at least look in the eye. Night after night, the 7-foot-1-inch, 325-pounder would go against great […]

Terrence Howard Retiring After Empire

November 3, 2015

By Gabrielle Kirven Is Actor Terrence Howard calling a quits to Hollywood? Forty-six year old Terrence Howard was born in Chicago, Illinois to the parents of Anita Williams and Tyrone Howard. He discovered his passion […]

Hanging Out with Chris Cornell

October 29, 2015

By Alan Sculley Chris Cornell is perhaps best known as the lead singer of Soundgarden which was formed in 1984 as well as for the supergroup Audioslave. He also has had several solo albums to […]

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