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The Go-To Massage Therapist for the Stones, Katy Perry Expands Her Empire

A massage with Dr. Dot was a two-hour journey of intense release, pressure and pain—in other words, “the strongest deep-tissue bodywork session in the tri-state area” lived up to the claim.  1,046 more words

Happy Birthday Mick

Ruby?

Doobie?

Huey?

Louie?

Balthazar?

Can we all agree on one thing?

There is nothing like a Mickey Mouse band aid.

A paper cut can really hose up your day. 177 more words

Seniors

Satisfaction: The Story of how a Woman, a Long Year of High School, and Other Misadventures Contributed to My Seeing The Rolling Stones in Dallas, Texas PART ONE (BRUCE CORNER)

(The founder of Movie Talk with some “Official Rolling Stones Merchandising” shortly after The Rolling Stones in Dallas, Texas on June 6th, 2015)

(Note: The following is the first in a series of columns titled “Bruce Corner”, where I discuss stories involving my past. 2,912 more words

Sarge's Butthole

ANNOUNCING A NEW MOVIE TALK SEGMENT

Hey folks, Jake here. I’ve decided to announce a new segment to the website. Since I’m not a paid film critic and I don’t guarantee that I’m able to see every single film that I’d like to see in theaters either out of inconvenience or lack of money, there isn’t too much of a steady stream of content on the site. 362 more words

Sarge's Butthole

Stressed out? Me? Never...

I am currently waiting to see whether I’ll be receiving financing to finish the dresses, photoshoots, website and look books. I’ve had a few bits of admin work to do and we have just finished another dress (will post pictures tomorrow!), but over the past couple of weeks I’ve been kicking my heels a little. 94 more words

Concert review: The Rolling Stones

Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH – May 30, 2015

The self-coined appellation is an inherently tricky business. Nicknames are one thing – a fun trifle, maybe, or a calculated way to push a promising career – but capital letter Designations, as if the artist’s name alone is insufficient to possibly contain his, her, or their grandeur, imminence, or supremacy, are quite another. 2,503 more words

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