Balloon falls on sports hall roof during competition in Krosno Poland
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It doesn't get ANY Weirder than this.. Some folks think that the Vatican is crawling with Reptilian Aliens; others think they serve the Dark Lord Satan himself… You decide just what kind of Weirdness this is ..
Journey--Congrats on the induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!!
Like many others that deserved induction long before they actually were (like Rush & Yes)...better late than never, and it was good to see Steve Perry there; wished he would've performed though.
"Girl Can't Help It" is from their 1986 album Raised on Radio.
Props to Randy Jackson for his contribution on this album as well.
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Zuma Dogg uses his right to address L.A. City Hall to talk about his grievances about Venice Beach. Dude's right. "Please sit down, Mr. Dog."
A British TV hosts admits to Halle that he almost bit her once, and ends up doing it on the show, after which Halle's X-Men 3 co-star, Hugh Jackman, tells a story of a fan biting him.
All this British interviewer wanted was for Halle to sing a tune. She gave way more information than he, or X-Men co-star Hugh Jackman, were counting on.
Halle Berry was awarded one of the top honors for her work in Catwoman - a Razzie (which salutes the worst that Hollywood has to offer each year). She took it so well, it is hilarious.
Triple Expansion Steam Engined Launch of Ken Hall's. Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada
*******www.VocalGroup**** A visit to the Vocal Group Hall of Fame Museum with Inductees Bernie Toorish of The Four Lads, Lynn Evans of The Chordettes, Tony Butala of The Lettermen, Chuck Blasko of The Vogues and Fred Johnson of The Marcels. Also a taste of fun and excitement at the rehearsel dinner. See more videos or purchase Induction Concert DVD's at *******www.VocalGroup****
Rasta Phil on Arsenio Hall
Patrick Hall got all the way to the Top 24 on last seasons American Idol. Unfortunately the clock stopped there for him. Many fans felt Patrick's voice was one of the better ones in the competition & should have never been voted off so soon. Instead of letting those emotions hold him back or beat him down, though, Hall decided to turn that negative into a positive. He wrote "One For The Ages" which is not only about his personal experience of being on "American Idol" and falling short, but about the whole process of trying to win at anything in life. Now, the song is the first single off Patrick's upcoming album, also titled 'One For The Ages', on Ni-Fi Records. The video parody takes an amusing look at the whole talent competition procedure. It shows young Patrick at a school talent recital that looks very much like a small town version of the hit show complete with look-a-likes of Randy in the audience, Paula as a bombshell stage mom & Simon as the school's mean spirited coach.
Kroeger and Hall Capture First Place Titles in 28th Annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National Finals
SAN DIEGO, December 9, 2006 /PRNewswire/ -- Kathy Kroeger of Franklin, Tenn., and Chad Hall of Big Bear Lake, Calif., won the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships (FLCCC) National Finals at Morley Field in Balboa Park in San Diego, Calif., today.
The girls' race began with a large group of 20 runners holding close through the first mile. Four-time FLCCC National Finals qualifier Marie Lawrence of Reno, Nev., made a move after the first mile and the rest of the field gave chase. The lead group became more defined through the second mile when Kroeger and Aurora Scott of Chesapeake, Va., set the pace. Kroeger opened up a lead with half a mile remaining and increased her distance from the pack to about 30 meters, finishing in 17:29 to become the South Region's first female national champion since Erin Keogh in 1986. Scott, who pressured Kroeger through the second half of the race, finished second with a time of 17:36, while Emily Sisson of Omaha, Neb., finished third in 17:56. Scott (South) and Sisson (Midwest) are both 2006 FLCCC Regional Champions.
In the boys' race, the excitement was intense as it came down to the final seconds between Hall, a senior at Big Bear High School and Steve Murdock of Clifton Park, N.Y. The race opened up with the entire field staying together and several of the top finishers vying for the lead. Northeast Regional Champion Craig Forys of Howell, N.J., took an early lead on the hill just after the first mile, but the pack quickly reconvened on the downhill. Staying together through the halfway point, Murdock attempted a move by breaking away two meters from the pack, but again, the group came back together and continued to battle for the win. In an exciting finish, Hall and Murdock were neck-and-neck through the last 400 meters, until Hall managed to pull away in the final stretch to claim victory in 15:20. Forys pushed it through the final 30 meters to pass Murdock for the second place finish in a time of 15:24. Murdock finished third, just one second behind Forys, with a time of 15:25.
The runners competed in ideal race conditions under sunny skies on a dry course. The temperature was in the mid-sixties for the girls' race, and slightly warmer for the boys' race.
The Foot Locker Cross Country Championships is comprised of four regional 5K races, which took place across the country in the Midwest (Kenosha, Wis.), Northeast (Bronx, N.Y.) and South (Charlotte, N.C.) on Nov. 25, and the West (Walnut, Calif.) on Dec. 2, culminating in the National Finals here today.
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