Adrian Grenier Fan Of PJE Los Angeles Shirts. If you’re looking for more gift ideas for guys or girls, interesting T-shirts that celebs wear can certainly be a good gift for someone. Adrian Grenier is the latest actor whowas spotted wearing a new PJE Los Angeles T-shirt style. The “Entourage” actor was sporting the “Another Sleazy Producer” style in L.A. Other styles include “Another Crooked Banker,” “Let Me Make You a Star,” “I Only Look Sincere” and “They Love Me in Japan.” Shirts are available for men and women on PJE Los Angeles’ website. In addition, the site has a Tera Patrick T-shirt collection for men, which features scantily clad drawings and images of the p*rn star, and some with sayings, including “You Know My Superpower.” Just in time for the holidays… NYPD Requests Interview With Charlie Sheen The NYPD is after actor Charlie Sheen. No word on whether an arrest will be made, but the “Two and a Half Men” star is wanted for questioning.New York detectives have contacted Sheen’s rep, asking for an interview with the famous Plaza Hotel guest. TMZ reported detectives contacted his manager, Mark Burg, and asked for the interview in connection with the criminal complaint filed by Capri Anderson. Sheen’s lawyer, Yale Galanter, would not comment on whether he’ll make him available. Galanter did tell TMZ that after detectives reached out to Burg, he called detectives back and gave them some info on the case. Galanter says he’ll be speaking with cops again after Thanksgiving and will then make a decision on whether he, Charlie, or a combination thereof will fly to NYC for an interview. Green Day’s Bassist Becomes A Father To A ThirdGreen Day’s bassist Mike Dirnt’s wife, Brittney Cade, gave birth Sunday night. Dirnt was in L.A. yesterday — when he told TMZ he was “super happy” about the birth of his third child. Dint has a daughter, Estelle, from his first marriage, and a son, Brixton, with Cade. Dint married Cade last year. TMZ reportedly asked Dirnt if he had any names lined up for his new daughter — and he said, “Lots of special names … but I’m not going to let people Google them yet”
Kylie Minogue To Perform On Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. We just got a lot more thankful for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Pop princess Kylie Minogue has just been added to line-up. While some of us will be singing “Get Outta My Way” at the food line, Minogue will be performing one of her hits off her new album “Aphrodite” in the streets of Manhattan. She’ll be on the new Homewood Suites by Hilton “On the Roll Again” float, which sees her surrounded by wooden pull toys and a family of ducks. Maybe a performance of the “Locomotion” would add to the nuttiness. Kylie joins an impressive and especially random group of performers this year, including Kanye West, Mannheim Steamroller, Jimmy Fallon & the Roots, Jessica Simpson, Big Time Rush, Juanes, and India Arie with Dora the Explorer. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade performance will air between 9am and 12pm EST. While she’s in the states, she’s also set to unleash some North American tour dates very soon, following her ultra-successful stateside tour in 2008.
The Rolling Stones Celebrate Thanksgiving With VH1 And Palladia. This month is the Turkey holiday of Thanksgiving. While many people will be thinking of three big Fs – food, family and football – this year’s Thanksgiving should make people think about one other thing: music. VH1, VH1 Classic, and Palladia are collaborating to put on three different music specials on three different days during Thanksgiving week highlighting the best of the legendary The Rolling Stones. Two initial world television premiere documentaries will lead up to a third premiere of “VH1 Rock Doc: Shine A Light.” On Wednesday, Nov. 24th, VH1 Classic will show the pivotal documentary “Let’s Spend the Night Together,” the acclaimed film directed by Hal Ashby. The documentary shows a performance from the Stones’ 1981 tour, including performances of classics from their album “Some Girls,” including “Just My Imagination,” “Beast of Burden” and “Some Girls.” The next day, Thanksgiving, VH1 Classic and Palladia will show “Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones.” Following that taped concert will be “In Rehearsal: The Rolling Stones at Montreux,” hosted by VH1 Classic Rock Night radio show host Eddie Webb. Finally, on Black Friday, Nov.26th, VH1 will end its Rolling Stones-athon with the world premiere of the VH1 Rock Doc called “Shine a Light.” The 2008 documentary directed by Martin Scorsese documents The Rolling Stones’ 2006 Beacon Theater performance in New York City on their “A Bigger Bang Tour,” which will feature special guest performers on stage with the band, including Jack White, Buddy Guy and Christina Aguilera
Black Friday sales were vigorous, retailers report. But shoppers are cautious as the US economy struggles to recover, likely to buy what they need and not just what they want. Black Friday’s shopping spree sent consumers home with cart-loads of bargains — everything from flat-screen TVs to diamond-studded earrings to Zhu Zhu pets. (The battery-operated toy hamster is Continue reading →
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Black Friday, or Retail Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving. It is one of the two busiest shopping days of the year. In case you didn’t know, the other busiest shopping day is the day after Christmas, when throngs of shoppers, on holiday vacation, mob the stores to use gift certificates they received, and to exchange merchandise. Why Black?? In the world of accountants, red signifies a loss, and black signifies a profit. For many retailers, the Christmas holiday sales season Continue reading →