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‘Gone Girl’ actress Lisa Banes dies at 65 after hit-and-run accident in NY

Stage and screen actress Lisa Banes, best known for her roles in Gone Girl and Cocktail, died Monday after a hit-and-run accident in New York City at age 65.  Banes has been hospitalized following the accident on June 4 for severe head trauma.  In a statement, Banes’ manager, David Williams, confirmed the news on Tuesday, saying: “We are heartsick over Lisa’s tragic and senseless passing. She was a woman of great spirit, kindness and generosity and dedicated to her work, whether on stage or in front of a camera and even more so to her wife, family and friends. We were blessed to have had her in our lives.” Read full article >>

Megan Thee Stallion returns with new single and music video under “Tina Snow” alter-ego

Megan Thee Stallion has returned, reviving her alter-ego “Tina Snow” with new single and video for ‘Thot Sh*t’. The video, directed by Aube Perrie, appears to reference Republican senator James P. Bradley, who criticized ‘WAP’, Meg’s collaboration with Cardi B, last year. In the announcement of ‘Thot Sh*t’, a press release said the new track “celebrates women unapologetically enjoying themselves, doing whatever they want, whenever they want, regardless of what the critics have to say.” Read full article >>

Maroon 5 release their seventh studio album, “Jordi”

Maroon 5 has officially released their seventh full-length album, JORDI.  JORDI is the band’s most personal album, with the title being a tribute to the group’s original manager Jordan Feldstein. Frontman Adam Levine shared the following on Instagram: “I miss him every single day. And I’m proud to have etched his name into the history of this band that he helped build from the ground up…every step of the way. We love you Jordi.” Read full article >>

Tones And I announces upcoming debut album “Welcome To The Madhouse”

Tones and I has announced her debut album Welcome to the Madhouse will arrive on July 16th. Tones and I said in a statement: “This album for me is very up and down and reflects the forever changing emotions in me. There are songs on the album that were written before ‘Dance Monkey,’ about not knowing if busking was right for me. There are songs about my good friend T passing away and not wanting to deal with those emotions. The ups and downs of life in lockdown and the mental challenges/struggles. Some songs make me laugh and some make me cry but there is no running theme or vibe to the album — the songs are unique to how I was feeling the day I wrote them.”   The Australian singer’s first official LP follows hit singles including “Dance Monkey” and “Fly Away,” with the latter appearing on the upcoming album. Read full article >>

‘The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It’ tops North American box office with $24M

The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $24 million in receipts this weekend.  The film, starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson is also streaming on HBO Max. “The Conjuring 3” has Wilson and Farmiga returning as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, and is the first “Conjuring” since 2016, and the first to be helmed by someone other than James Wan (Michael Graves directed). With an additional $26.8 million from international territories, the R-rated pic has grossed over $57.1 million globally.
Coming in at No. 2 is A Quiet Place Part II with $20 million, followed by Cruella at No. 3 with $11 million, Spirit Untamed at No. 4 with $6.2 million and Raya and the Last Dragon at No. 5 with $1.3 million.

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Historic SGF: Hydraslide 1994

Springfield was a much different place 27 years ago. There used to be a water slide just South of James River Expressway that would be open for summer and I heard people even went down it when it snowed in the Winter! You wouldn’t have to drive all the way down to Branson to beat the Summer heat. No life jackets, no rules, just you and a giant water slide! If you didn’t ever get to go on the Hydraslide, here’s what you were missing! Read full article >>

Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter and *NSYNC’s Lance Bass tease collaboration for Pride Month

Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, 41, and *NSYNC’s Lance Bass, 42, took part in an Instagram Live conversation, announcing that they have been working on a special collaboration in honor of Pride Month. *NSYNC’s Joey Fatone later joined the live video to help tease the project, which Carter said will also potentially feature fellow BSB member AJ McLean. Read full article >>

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