The GameFor all of the disses and shots Game is throwing out lately, you'd almost think he had a new album due next week or something. (Well, he does, and he's going to be on our cover, too.)
The latest to find themselves on Jayceon's shit list is Bay Area phenomenon Lil B, whom Game this we ... More >>
What will become of Tila Tequila?Ah, it seems like only yesterday that the kids on North Maple Drive in Beverly Hills were the envy of the tech world. Riding high in their leased Audis and rockin' those first iPhones, they were the closest thing L.A. had to Silicon Valley royalty.
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The strangest thing that happened in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday night wasn't the flurry of Manny Pacquaio's six-punch combos. Or the way the Philippine powerhouse turned Antonio Margarito's face into a sack of swollen hamburger meat. That was predictable.
It was Jesus Soto-Karass, who jog ... More >>
Marguerite de BourgoingJust One of Those DaysYou don't really go to a Blu show to watch him perform.
Fact is, he's not really much of a performer. Roaming the stage as if it's his bedroom and he's writing the rhyme as he paces, or standing still save an almost imperceptible nodding of his ... More >>
Last night, Variety broke the news that Sony is launching a new, CGI 3D Popeye franchise. The 1920s-era comics will be adapted by Mike Jones, who was a journalist on the indie industry/film festival beat until he was sacked by Variety in a major editorial lay off a little over a year ago. In ... More >>
The woes at MySpace continue as its CEO, Owen Van Natta, stepped down this week after nine months running the Beverly Hills-based social network. Two of his second-in-command executives, Mike Jones and Jason Hirschhorn, will step up to share Van Natta's duties, MySpace announced.
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Jim AldenPaige Craig and AV FloxThe hashtag for Twiistup 6's "Leveraging the Power of the Social Web" panel, moderated by lalawag and Tsavo's Sean Percival, was #wakeup. That's the peril of following a night of hard partying with a full day of serious conversation. Surprisingly, a good crowd gathere ... More >>
With no relief from the recession coming anytime soon, plus Monday's news that L.A.'s own Tsavo Media founder Mike Jones will now take over as COO of MySpace, it's high time Los Angeles and Silicon Valley broke out the peace pipe. The opportunity presented itself at this week's AlwaysOn OnHollywood ... More >>