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Comments (2,687) | Posted by Chris K on November 7, 2011


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Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty today in the involuntary manslaughter trial for the death of Michael Jackson. His sentencing will happen on November 29th, although the surprising part is that he was hauled off to jail immediately instead of being able to go home until the sentencing. The maximum sentence for his crime is four years although due to overcrowding in California jails he will only have to serve half of that and only at a county jail instead of a state prison. Michael Jackson’s family will get to speak out at the sentencing on the 29th, so it should be very interesting to hear what they have to say. The Los Angeles County DA’s office called Dr. Murray unscrupulous and corrupt, and mentioned how abuse of perscription drugs is now the leading cause of death in America.  The verdict gives the Jackson family a sense of justice, altough the sad thing is Dr. Murray was simply enabling Michael Jackson’s odd requests.

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Comments (2,294) | Posted by Chris K on October 27, 2011

Liberty Enlighting the World AKA The Statue of Liberty who turns 125 tomorrow is getting five webcams placed around her toch, allowing live views of the New York City skyline and New York Harbor. Cameras will also be showing her torch which has been off limits to visitors since 1916 and the view of looking down!

Click here to check out the webcams when they go live on Friday!

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Comments (433) | Posted by Chris K on October 24, 2011

The biography of Steve Jobs came out today, written by a guy named Walter Isaacson, who interviewed the man behind all the cool Apple products about 40 times for the book. One of the big bombshells contained in the pages is the fact that Jobs hated the Android phone, and actually called it “grand theft” of his iPhone. He said that “I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every penny of Apple’s $40 billion in the bank, to right this wrong. I’m going to destroy Andoid because it’s a stolen product. I’m willing to go to thermonuclear war on this. They are scared to death because they know they are guilty.” Wow! The “they” that he is referring to, of course, is Google, the makers of Android phones. He later called Android products “$h!t.” What must have made this battle even more personal for Jobs is that he mentored the 2 guys who founded Google, and even later let Google’s CEO on Apple’s board of directors. Very interesting. I wonder if Google will suffer any sort of backlash due to this?

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Comments (1,658) | Posted by Chris K on October 7, 2011

TrailFest Event :$40 per person at door or $35 online. Live and Silent Auction; Local Artist Exhibits; Guess the weight of a Stallion and win over $500; Wine, beer, gourmet food, and dancing. Chef’s Challenge: Award winning chef’s throughout Central Valley will prepare fish, competing for the judges and people’s choice. Saturday October 8 5pm-10pm at Project R.I.D.E (8840 Southside Avenue, Elk Grove). (916) 687.8239 to buy tickets or online at www.cvrft.org! For more information visit https://cvrtf.org/wp-content/uploads/201….

Frankenstein Production: Sacramento Theatre Company. Previews at 8pm today, opens at 8pm Saturday and continues at 6:30pm Wednesdays, 12:30pm and 6:30pm Thursdays; 8pm Fridays; 2 and 8pm Saturdays; 2pm Sundays, through Oct. 30. 1419 H Street, Sacramento. Costs $15-$38(discount for seniors, students) and half off 30 minutes before show (subject to availability). (916) 443-6722.


Real Steel: (PG-13, 127 minutes): In the near-future, where the sport of boxing has gone hi-tech, Charlie Kenton is a washed-up fighter who lost his chance at a title when 2000-pound, 8-foot-tall steel robots took over the ring. Now nothing but a small-time promoter, Charlie earns just enough money piecing together low-end bots from scrap metal, to get from one underground boxing venue to the next.

Restless: (PG-13, 91 minutes) Two morbid teens meet at a funeral and fall in love, only to discover each other’s hang-ups about death.

Brighton Rock: (Not Rated, 111 minutes) Charts the headlong fall of Pinkie, a razor-wielding disadvantaged teenager with a religious death wish.

The Ides of March: (R, 101 minutes) The movie stars Ryan Gosling as Stephen Myers, an idealistic deputy campaign manager for Governor Mike Morris (Clooney) who is in a major political battle in Ohio that could be the key to winning the Democratic nomination for the Presidency. When the opposing candidate’s campaign manager (Paul Giamatti) offers Stephen a job on his staff, Stephen neglects to inform his boss (Philip Seymour Hoffman). Just as that omission is revealed, Stephen uncovers a dirty personal secret that could sink Morris’ political career.

Machine Gun Preacher: (R, 123 minutes)The story of Sam Childers, a former drug-dealing biker tough guy who found God and became a crusader for hundreds of Sudanese children who’ve been forced to become soldiers.

1911: (R, 125 minutes) Jackie Chan stars in the drama based on the founding of the Republic of China.

The Way: (PG-13, 127 minutes) Martin Sheen stars as a father who decides to finish his late son’s pilgrimage.

Top Movies of the Week:
1. Dolphin Tale: $13.9
2. Moneyball:$12.0
3. The Lion King:$10.6
4. Courageous:$9.0
5. 50/50: $8.6

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Comments (195) | Posted by Chris K on October 3, 2011

Here I am on TV with Del Rodgers from KCRA 3 last Friday night at Wheatland for our Game Of The Week. You have to see what I made Del wear in this video

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Comments (1,143) | Posted by Chris K on October 2, 2011

Does Britney Spears' new song "Criminal" steal from a song more than 30 years old?  I think it does.  It sounds an awful lot like a song that came out in 1979 called "The Logical Song" by a British band named Supertramp.  Listen to them both and see if you agree!  I'm wondering if the "Criminal" songwriters will get sued because of it, because they don't give any songwriting credit to Supertramp.  Evidently Supertramp never made an actual video for "The Logical Song," so I had to find this random one where someone just put a bunch of pictures along with the music, so don't laugh too hard!

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Comments (1,678) | Posted by Chris K on September 30, 2011

International Cat Show: Saturday and Sunday, 9am-4pm at Cal Expo Fairgrounds. Admission: adults ($7), seniors and children ($6), under 6 free. Adoptions and cat related items.

Dinner Theater: “Bingo: The Winning Musical” opens this weekend at the Cosmopolitan Cabaret, 10th and K streets downtown. $33-$43, for ticket info call (916) 557-1999.

Movies opening:
Courageous: (PG-13, 124 minutes) Four Georgia cops face the consequences of both good and bad absentee fatherhood in this faith-based drama.
Dream House: (PG-13, 93 minutes) A man moves into a new house, only to learn that the previous residents were brutally murdered with the killer still at large.
50/50: (R, 99 minutes) A young man is diagnosed with cancer and his friends, family and medical professionals don’t know quite how to talk to him about it.
Senna: (PG-13, 106 minutes) A documentary about Brazilian Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna, who won the world championship three times. The story is told through archival footage. Senna was the idol of his generation until he died at the Grand Prix of San Marino at the age of 34.
What’s Your Number: (R, 106 minutes) Ally Darling, an offbeat young woman, decides after hitting the un-magical number of 20 lovers, to re-visit all her ex-boyfriends in the hopes of finding the man of her dreams. She’s assisted in her quest by her womanizing neighbor Colin.

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 You already love the song, now check out the video!

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Comments (484) | Posted by Chris K on September 28, 2011

Today Amazon anounced a new product that will be due out this November called the Kindle Fire. It’s meant to go head to head with Apples Ipad. With a 7″ touch screen it will be slightly smaller than the Ipad’s 9″ screen but its biggest selling point is something else thats smaller. The price! The Kindle Fire will sell for $199 compared to the Ipad’s $499. I don’t think Apple is vulnerable but it will be interesting to see how the Kindle Fire sells this Christmas season.

Sony has declared starting next May that they will not be paying for 3-D glasses. They will be saving millions of dollars per movie but the problem is someone’s going to pay for them and it will probably be us…the movie gooers.

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Comments (1,612) | Posted by Chris K on September 27, 2011

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