JOHN LENNON’S “OTHER” LOVER MAY PANG

JOHN LENNON’S “OTHER” LOVER MAY PANG

Rock legend John Lennon was killed by a gunshot fired by Mark David Chapman on December 8, 1980, outside his New York apartment. Since Lennon’s tragic death, there’s been much speculation and rumor surrounding his personal life and his music. It’s no secret that John’s widow, Yoko Ono, has endured...

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HOWARD STERN was a guest on Ellen

HOWARD STERN was a guest on Ellen

– By  Erin Bromhead – Judging by the amount of giddy praise she heaped upon him during their interview, I’m going to go ahead and assume that Ellen hasn’t read his 1995 book, Miss America. Yes, I know it was written 25-years ago, and, yes, I know he’s famous for being...

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A Naked Truth Halloween with Alice Copper

A Naked Truth Halloween with Alice Copper

Chauncé Hayden: Is it shocking in your opinion that you, the Stones, Iggy Pop and a few others are still performing after so many years? Alice Cooper: I think that there’s something about being the last of your breed. Same thing with Rod Stewart and Elton John. Everyone from that...

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A LOOK BACK IN TIME AT MY ONE ON ONE WITH THE LEGENDARY TRIPLE H

A LOOK BACK IN TIME AT MY ONE ON ONE WITH THE LEGENDARY TRIPLE H

– By Chaunce Hayden – You’ve held the WWF Championship title many times. But does a title really mean anything when the matches are predetermined? When a company like the WWF takes you and puts you in the position to win the championship title for an extended period of time,...

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Fall From Grace… Antonella Barba’s fall from fame lands hard.

Fall From Grace… Antonella Barba’s fall from fame lands hard.

– By Chaunce Hayden –   Antonella Barba, a singer who made it to the top 16 on the sixth season of American Idol in 2007, faces a minimum of 10 years behind prison bars following her courtroom admission Tuesday she tried delivering nearly two pounds of fentanyl to a...

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My personal response to Madonna’s alter ego of…

My personal response to Madonna’s alter ego of…

by guest columnist Anna Rowley   So unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that Madonna is back with her new album, Madame X. This would normally have passed me by without much pause for thought, although I did wonder slightly bitchily if she had reinvented her image...

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Lunch with Steven Van Zandt by Chaunce Hayden

Lunch with Steven Van Zandt by Chaunce Hayden

Chaunce Hayden: It’s not every day I get to speak to a rock legend. Steven Van Zandt: (Laughs) Thank you! Thank you! So how are things? Never mind how things are with me. Lets talk about rock n’ roll. Are you surprised by the demand for rock music in an...

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The Best Addiction By Chauncé Hayden

The Best Addiction By Chauncé Hayden

Most golfers, far from being ashamed of our addiction to the game, actually seem to be rather proud of the fact. We brag about playing in winter storms, mock confess that we spend way too much time watching reruns of 1960s matches on the Golf Channel and claim that we...

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A LOOK BACK AT MY INTERVIEW WITH TOMMY LEE

A LOOK BACK AT MY INTERVIEW WITH TOMMY LEE

Chauncé Hayden: Mötley Crüe enjoyed enormous success during the late ’80s, but at the height of the band’s popularity Vince Neil was fired. Why? Tommy Lee: A lot of the reason for the break-up was that the success we enjoyed gave Vince the money to take helicopter flying lessons and...

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