He called his band “Limp Bizkit,”
combines bad rapping with Heavy Metal and made a horrifying sextape
(that was mysteriously leaked online). If nothing else, Fred Durst is
incredibly accommodating when it comes to providing punchline set-ups.
He was at it again recently when it was announced that he had signed a
deal with CBS to develop a sitcom, in which he’ll reportedly star. The
announced name of the show? Douchebag.
Pop sensations Foster the People during their recent appearance on Saturday Night Live, they played their second-song selection “Houdini,” and brought out
human punchline/Snooze Jazz icon Kenny G to provide
classy-porn-soundtrack sax noodling.
The Occupy Cincinnati
movement has decided to use Piatt Park at the corner of Vine Street and
Garfield Place as its base of operations. The following feed will aggregate all #occupycincinnati and #occupycincy
hashtags, and we'll continue to update this page with links to CityBeat's ongoing coverage of the movement.
It’s hard to be an aging Hip Hop artist.
You can retain your dignity and status only so long before some young
whippersnapper MC conjures up the most destructive dis of all: “You’re
old.” So kudos to Ad-Rock of The Beastie Boys for somehow managing to
not completely embarrass himself or his bandmates during a recent
appearance on Quilting Arts TV … er, rather Top Chef: Just Desserts.
flight from Canada to Shanghai, the singer for Behind Sapphire was detained and placed in
jail for six days for what he claims to have “accidentally” hidden in
his luggage. A glock? Hand grenade? Snacks from Panda Express? Nope —
the vocalist was reportedly jailed because his suitcase contained
collectible antique bullets from World War I.
A surprise was in store for the Canadian World-music-inspired band The Tea Party. Even though the group
disbanded six years ago, according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek,
their teaparty.com domain is a hot commodity and still visited often by
members of the Tea Party political organization, whose ignorance
apparently extends to Google ineptitude.
Keith Richards has more cool in his
elongated, coke-scooping pinky fingernail than 99 % of the actors in
Hollywood, so news from Keef (reported by the U.K.’s Telegraph) that there has been talk of turning his bestselling autobiography Life into a feature film has casting directors all over Tinseltown sweating bullets.
This year marks the second anniversary of Cincinnati’s Crafty Supermarket Holiday Show,
a gathering of more than 50 local crafters, artists and designers
making it easy to find those special gifts for all your holiday
Jack White’s latest project isn’t another
Indie supergroup, nostalgia act career revival or the introduction of a
young ingénue. Part early Halloween gift, part late April Fool’s joke,
White channeled his inner Dr. Demento and teamed up with the second most
famous Detroit duo of this century, Insane Clown Posse, to — what else?
— record a Mozart cover with raucous duo JEFF the Brotherhood.