This is the new release by season 6 finalist Blake Lewis called "Break Anotha". Even though I don't "feel" this song I'm sure it will be have a very successful radio play. But I don't think it will compare to Daughtry. Or even with Jordan Sparks debut CD.
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Oct 18, 2007
If you have not been to Roscoes while this video was being played you are missing a really good time.
Oct 16, 2007
Here is the original version of "Apologize" by One Republic. I enjoy this version as well. But I still think I like Timbarland's remix version. I wonder if people would have such a hard time excepting this song if only it was titled One Repubic feat. Timbaland - Apologize. While I do think he should have giving them more credit (like putting their name first) people would have to admit that he did interduce them to a whole other group of listeners. Take me for instance before I heard the Timbaland version I never even heard of them.
Oct 15, 2007
Oct 10, 2007
I've discovered this song while I was in spin class and fell in love with it. It's a great song and the video is amazing. I wish I could say more about it but since I don't really listen to rap I'm not sure how I will like the entire album but I hope you all enjoy this song as much as I do. It brings up some strange feelings in me (and I'm not talking sexual more of hope)
Oct 9, 2007
Hello everyone I just wanted to let you all know about a AMAZING blog I just discovered the other day by accident. The funny part about this is that the person who writes this blog is also a fellow Chicagoan. The blog is troystopher and it's written very well. As I was going through his past post I found myself unable to stop reading them (especially his surprise coming out event). Once you read it you're understand, let's just say that if I was in his situation I would have had a heart attack. But go and check it out you'll really enjoy it.
Oct 8, 2007
This past weekend had a lot of action going on in Chicago starting with the Cubs being swept by the Arizona Diamond Backs (sorry Justin) to the running of the Chicago Marathon. This year the weather was extremly warm for a marathon (upper 80's) because of this race officials canceled the race after the top winners have already won. I must admit watching this was very exciting. On my way back from the gym in the morning the race route goes through my neighborhood and I could not cross the street to get back to my apartment. I took a few interesting snap shots of the runners as they were going past. After 20 min of waiting I decided to "cut" between the runners to get hom (don't worry they were not running by that time). After I got home I watched the rest of the marathon on TV and it was a very exciting ending for both the Male and Female 1st place finish. I just might try to see if I can get a few friends together to compete in next years race.
It's been said that what Britney Spears needs is some tough love and it appears as though Tyra Banks is the only person that is willing to give it to her.
Tyra Banks gives Britney Spears some TLC! Post VMAs 2007
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Oct 3, 2007
Read on to make sure you’re not committing any of these fashion crimes and find out how to correct your fashion faux pas if you recognize yourself in any one of these blunders.
French cuffs without cuff links
Since it’s not necessary to wear most dress shirts with cuff links, many men seem to be unaware that shirts with French cuffs actually do need to be accompanied by cuff links. Essentially, French cuffs without cuff links are like a Playboy without the centerfold. If you have a shirt with French cuffs, cuff links are really the icing on the cake and will enhance your appearance by making you seem more presentable and smartly turned out. As well, since French-cuffed shirts are generally worn on more formal occasions, or at least in a business environment, the purpose of wearing such a shirt is to look polished -- a feat that is hard to accomplish when your sleeves are flapping about.
For those times when you need to dress like a gentleman or want to make an elegant style statement, French cuffs with some sweet cuff links peeking out from under the sleeve of your blazer are the way to go. And while it’s true that in recent years some very famous celebs have been spotted sporting French cuffs sans cuff links, unless you’re Brad Pitt, you just won’t be able to get away with that in real life since everyone will just assume you don’t know how to dress yourself.
Make your own suit
Creating your own suit refers to purchasing pants and jackets as separates, and then combining them with little regard for whether the two items can actually be worn together or not. Just because both your jacket and pants are black, it does not mean they belong together. Fabric, cut and hue variations all play a huge role in determining whether or not two separately purchased items will complement each other. A wool blazer, for instance, will look terrible and cheap when paired with polyester dress pants and vice versa. If you’re going to wear a suit, please make sure you bought the pieces as a set or you run the risk of seeming slightly ridiculous.
Sneakers with everything
Before you get angry and start leaving nasty comments, let me explain what I mean: While wearing uber-cool sneakers with a suit can be hip and very attractive, it’s not OK to refuse to remove your sneakers and insist that they go with everything you own. They don’t, and there are certainly times when a dressier look is called for and even preferred over something funkier. Plus, it’s a little boring to wear the same thing over and over. Part of having personal style is to mix things up occasionally and show others you can successfully work a variety of looks. Of course, it’s not necessary to own as many pairs of shoes as most girls do, but you should own more than a couple of pairs of sneakers, and you should certainly own at least one pair of dress shoes. You’ll need them for formal occasions or even for frequenting more upscale bars and clubs where a dress code is reinforced.
Too much hair product
Though others have condemned it before, this crime against fashion is such a frequent and heinous one that it bears repeated mentioning. Using too much of any kind of product in your hair results in gunky hair, and no girl wants to run her hands through a head full of gel. Think about it: If the situation were reversed, you most certainly wouldn’t want to have stiff, crunchy or gooey locks between your hands. Both sexes prefer soft, touchable hair, so find a way to make your style work without winding up with helmet head.
In addition, it’s really not healthy for your hair to be doused in hundreds of chemicals on a daily basis, so lighten up. For gels and conditioners, you really only need a dime-size amount for your entire head. Use no more than a large marble-size amount of mousse and when it comes to hairspray, hold the can a good five inches from your tresses, making sure to mist only very lightly. Putties and waxes should also be used very sparingly in order to avoid a flattened, greasy look. If you’re really at a loss on how to style your hair without half a bottle of product, ask your stylist to show you next time you go in for a hair cut.
Posted By Chicago's Bi Guy Labels: Fashion
Oct 2, 2007
I was just going through some of my previous "favorite" youtube videos and I happened to come across this one. This is one of my favorite songs by the late Aalyah and this video (even though it's not made by the record company) I think it a great example of showing a young person in hollywood that di dnot get caught up in the glitz and glamor and who's life was cut short in her prime.
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
The comic book sequel re teams Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans as the foursome who gained superpowers from cosmic radiation, this time joining forces with their evil mutant foe to stop an emissary of Earth's destruction. Extras include commentary with director Tim Story, producer Avi Arad and some of their collaborators. The two-disk and Bluray releases also have deleted and extended scenes with commentary from Story, along with featurettes on the Fantastic Four's slick new flying car and the comic book history of Fishburne's Silver Surfer character.
John Cusack stars in the horror hit about a skeptic whose career as a debunker of paranormal phenomena takes a turn into terror when he checks into a New York City hotel room where 57 deaths have occurred over the years. Samuel L. Jackson co-stars in a small but memorable role as the hotel manager who discourages Cusack from staying there. The movie comes in a single0disk edition with the theatrical cut or in a two0disk set with both the theatrical version and filmmaker Mikael Hafstroms's extended director's cut, which includes an alternate ending. The two-disc set also has deleted scenes and a batch of postcards for the hotel where Cusack's character stays.
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