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by Erin Darling [5 Apr 2009 | 2 Comments | 330 views]
George Harrison to Get His Own Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Beatles fanatics rejoice! George Harrison is set to get his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and it’s about damn time. Although The Beatles have already earned their own star collectively, John Lennon is the only band member to have his own place on the walk of fame. According to The Associated Press, Harrison’s name will be added to the Hollywood sidewalk on April 14. The unveiling of the musician’s star is expected to be attended by his widow, Olivia, and son, Dhani, who looks like “Across the Universe” actor Jim Sturgess.

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by David Yi [5 Apr 2009 | 3 Comments | 336 views]
Hugh Jackman Ball-pinched By Japanese Man

Way to kick er, squeeze, a man’s balls while he’s already on the ground.

With a recent leak of Hugh Jackman’s latest movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine leaked to the public with not so stellar reviews, seems as if the Australian star is heading for another Australia-sized disaster. So when Jackman visited a Japanese show this past week, it seemed as if nothing else could go wrong.
Jackman comes out in true sartorial glory, dressed in a very gentleman-like suit to a room filled with rather cocky Japanese hosts. After graciously shaking every …

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by Erin Darling [5 Apr 2009 | 5 Comments | 338 views]
A Poor Man’s Guide to Dinner: Three New Ways to Make Ramen

Ah, to be young and in LA! It really is as fabulous as it sounds, but unfortunately the Angeleno youth has had to deal with climbing rent prices, filling our cars with enough gas for the one hour commute from Silverlake to Downtown, and $16 cocktails at the newest Hollywood hot spot. It’s a tough life out there, one that can easily wreak havoc on your bank account and credit card bills. If you’re poor and hungry, you probably already know that you can get five packets of Ramen for $1.00 at Ralphs. Score! That’s dinner from Monday-Friday! Although, I certainly do not suggest you eat Ramen five times a week, I don’t see anything wrong with picking up a few packets when you’re strolling down the soup aisle in your local grocery store. It’s cheap and easy, why not?