I'll admit it, I am childishly afraid of most scary movies, but I still love everything that Rob Zombie touches. Maybe it's because he's more creepy than scary, and I'm kind of creepy myself. Either way, the bloopers from his version of "Halloween" take a lot of the edge off!
I think it is safe to say that most of us have made mistakes when if comes to email. In this building, no one's email is safe if you leave your computer unlocked. This isn't a bad batch of things that can go wrong with email. What is your worst mistake?
We all love a good wardrobe malfunction, but unfortunately this one didn't end with a show of boobies. As Madonna was on stage, she was wearing a cape that was supposed to be pulled off, but it looks like she didn't loosen it enough and was pulled off the steps.
Here is something you don't see everyday. As crews were working to repair a gas main, it suddenly exploded. The eruption did some serious damage and you can see building material flying through the air. If you look closely, you can see just how close the crews were to the explosion.
Loudwire Live featuring Rob Zombie is coming up Saturday, June 13th and you never know what to expect at a Rob Zombie show! Outside of being a kickass show, anything can happen. A couple of years ago on a co-headlining tour with Marilyn Manson, a bit of a feud broke out between the two of them.
It was a busy day for our buddies in Like A Storm. They stopped by the Banana studios to play a couple tunes on the air for Tony LaBrie. After that, they made a trip out to FYE in the Genesee Valley Mall to meet some fans and sign the new CD "Awaken the Fire."
This has to be the most extreme selfie ever. After this guy gets into an accident he decides to take a video. Not of the accident scene though. He films the rescue workers cutting him out of his car with the jaws of life.
Our boys from Devour the Day stopped by the studio yesterday to hang with Maggie. They were getting ready to play a sold out show with Hellyeah and Like a Storm at The Machine Shop. Check it out as they played 'The Drifter' live on the air.
Detroit's "Walking Man" James Robertson became America's sweetheart when the story of his 20-mile round trip daily walk to work went viral. Now that he's been given a new car and hundreds of thousands of dollars, others are looking to take what has been given to him.
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