Straight outta Locash, a crazy motherf***er named Gusto…


During the second Hip-Hop Summit in Los Angeles over the weekend, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan joining rap mogul Russell Simmons and other hip-hop artists to call on the music community to move away from explicitly violent lyrics and help out the poor and minority communities that spawned their music.


He was a good ol’ boy. Never meaing no harm.


Country music great Waylon Jennings was laid to rest Friday at a “very private” and “beautiful” service near his home in Arizona, according to his wife, singer Jessi Colter. No other details were disclosed.

Jennings died Wednesday from complications of diabetes. Colter says she hopes to announce details of a public memorial in Nashville next week.


Kevin Smith has died

Actor Kevin Smith has died.

And to clarify, its Kevin Smith, the actor who played Xena’s love interest on “Xena- The Warrior Princess”, not Kevin Smith the director of “Clerks,” Mallrats” and “Chasing Amy.”


Alllllllll aboard!! Ah ha ha ha ha haaaaa haa!

Ozzy Osbourne has launched a reality show.


Just come out already! We all know!!!!

Diane Sawyer has won the rights to “The Rosie O’Donnell Comes Out” interview sweepstakes.


This Box Office victory could give him an Academy Award

Denzel Washington’s film “John Q” leads the weekend box office parade.


Interesting Facts

Here are some interesting facts about the World Trade Center.


It’s a sad bit of news, indeed!

They haven’t cancelled it, but Fox isn’t ordering any new episodes of the underrated “Futurama.”


It’s time to start the music, it’s time to light the lights…

The Muppets are heading back to TV.

The Hollywood Reporter says NBC Studios and Muppet masters The Jim Henson Company have signed a deal to produce “It’s A Wonderful Muppet Christmas Movie.” The special, which will air during the holiday season, will feature cameos from NBC stars, the report said.

“It’s perfect for the new approach that we’re taking with our movies in looking for things with pre-sold, pop-culture appeal,” NBC’s Jeff Gaspin told The Hollywood Reporter.

“What’s always great about the Muppets is that there’s enough sophisticated humour to appeal to adults, while the puppets appeal to children.”

Although the Muppets have been featured in a variety series and specials, this is the first time the characters will be included in a made-for-TV movie, the report said.

And the special will have an added attraction: the first romantic clinch between Kermit The Frog and Miss Piggy.

“Their kisses have always been instigated by Piggy before, but this time Kermit comes to his senses, and it will be a very romantic kiss,” Henson president Juliet Blake told The Hollywood Reporter.


Today’s best news!

Sniff, sniff!… I am so happy! Baseball’s pitchers and catchers have opened Spring Training.

Take me out to the ballgame, take me out with the crowd…