All-New TMNT Gets All-New Ninja Rap
For good or ill, one of the most memorable contributions to popular culture spinning out of the live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies was "Ninja Rap," a track by momentarily-hot hip-hop artist Vanilla Ice that appeared on the soundtrack to TMNT II: The Secret of The Ooze.
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A Brief History of 'Weird Al' and Rhyme
This week sees the release of Mandatory Fun , the 14th studio album from the high priest of parody "Weird Al" Yankovic.
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Conway-area restaurateur/pastor dishes up TV appearance on show hosted by MC Hammer
Stephen Brown, owner of Freshwater Fish Company, 4640 U.S. 701 N., outside Conway , and pastor of Living Word Baptist Church in Conway 2:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. Sunday, and 12:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday A new program premiering Sunday on Food Network's Cooking Channel will go wholly into folks who blend faith with food in everyday life.
Chene Park equals summertime in Detroit
If you are a Detroiter and love music, chances are you have checked out a concert at the Detroit waterfront venue know as Chene Park in your lifetime.
Alien busters in black get animated
When I was growing up there were a number of popular cartoon shows that simply do not make sense now.
[News] Arsenio Hall Recalls Iconic Show Cypher & "We're All In The Same Gang"
The revival of The Arsenio Hall Show lasted only one year but many know of his original 90s version.
So George Lucas goes to Chicago? So what?
I suppose it would have been nice to have the museum. I like a good Alfred E. Neuman image as much as the next guy.