New York City businessman Frank Mandelbaum, the founder of Intellicheck, an ID verification system, left behind a very specific request for his gay son, Robert, in his will, should he have any children — marry the mother or the children will be left with nothing.
Guns N’ Roses guitarist DJ Ashba has a new gig, and no, he’s not leaving GNR or Sixx: A.M., his other band. He’s been named the celebrity spokesman for BullyVille.com. It’s a cause close to his heart, as he endured a rough upbringing being bullied not by his peers but by his father. Ashba, 39, became involved in this initiative since he lives next door to the site’s founder in Las Vegas and he appreciates the fact that it creates almost a safe haven and offers a supportive resource for kids, something he did not have growing up.
Wounded warriors that may have lost a limb or suffered an injury while serving our county can find a renewed purpose in life and engage in physical activity. The Heroes Project is making sure of that, as it works to help combat-injured vets overcome their individual circumstances by climbing the highest peaks in the world. That’s not only a “feel good” mission but an incredibly badass one as well.
If there ever was a sugar daddy story, this is a textbook example. A theater director, 73, is suing his former girlfriend, a 27-year-old dancer -and no, not that kind. He claims she faked their romance so that he would buy her a pricy crib in Manhattan.
Incubus singer Brandon Boyd has revealed that the band has no immediate plan for the future as they close out the promotion cycle for 2011′s ‘If Not Now, When?’ with the Honda Civic tour featuring co-headliner Linkin Park. The future is uncertain in terms of the band’s label situation, as it completed its contract with longtime label Epic. Therefore, Boyd spoke about these aspects and about his personal aspirations.
If you’re a Green Day fan, then the next several months are going to be good ones for you, as the band is flooding the marketplace with material. Not all of it is new, either. Ahead of the trio’s upcoming trilogy -’Green Day ¡Uno!’ (Sept. 25), ‘Green Day ¡Dos!’ (Nov. 13) and ‘Green Day ¡Tré!’ (Jan. 15)- the band is also planning a career-spanning, eight-CD box set, due Sept. 4.
The Mastodon Record Store Day split release with Feist, lovingly dubbed ‘Feistodon,’ is no longer relegated to a super rare and limited item that was issued on one day. The metal behemoths and the female indie rocker released a split, in which this odd pairing covered one another’s songs. Only 5,000 copies were pressed and they sold out in a hot minute, understandably so. But we’ve got good news for fans of both acts. Digital versions of the singles are now available here. But wait, there’s more!
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