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Everything everybody should be taking about on Tuesday, February 19, 2008

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Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: Because Life Doesn’t Write Itself

  • Glenn McCullough: His new ad claims that “he’s not cool,” “he’s old school” and “he’ conservative.” Ahhh…just the way we like it. He was also recently endorsed by Tupelo Mayor Ed Neely and several other present and former mayors.
  • William Gaines: The MAD Magazine creator is getting the biopic treatment from John “Thriller” Landis. Gaines also created Tales From The Crypt and other horror titles, which will be the subject of the film.
  • Molly Ringwald: The star of Sixteen Candles turned 40 yesterday. And to think, we’re still not yet married.
  • Lindsay Lohan: The troubled actress has posed nude for New York Magazine in celebration of Marilyn Monroe. A bad biopic on Lifetime would have been plenty Lindsay. For the curious.
  • The Office: It returns with all new episodes on April 10. Hey, at least it’s coming back.
  • Horton Hears A Who: The latest Dr. Seuss adaptation stars Jim Carrey, Carroll Burnett and Steve Carell. It looks to be the best Dr. Seuss since the old school Chuck Jones cartoons. (See the trailer below)
  • Big Brother 9: An autism advocacy group is demanding an apology from CBS for insensitive remarks made recently the reality show. I just want Big Brother to go away…forever.
  • Blu Ray vs HD DVD: HD DVD loses the battle…but really, who cares? I mean, really? Whatever…The real winner will always be Netflix or the $5 bargain DVD bin at Wal-Mart.
  • American Idol: The top 24 begin their journey tonight. I’m too lazy to call, so I’ll just text my vote instead.
  • My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad: Maybe, but everybody’s better than Dan Cortez.
  • It’s Election Day In Nettleton:
  • Bush 41: He endorsed John McCain on Monday. And 42 kept on yelling.
  • Paul McCartney: The divorce turns expensive for Sir Paul as Heather Mills will not accept a $50 million settlement and a judge will now determine how much of Paul’s estate she shall receive. “I don’t care too much for money, money can’t buy me love…”
  • The Raveonettes Lust Lust Lust: The duo’s new album finds them trading in the David Lynch for the Quentin Tarrantino, as the band puts the art rock behind and turns up the surf guitar riffs and 60s power-pop vocal arrangements. If you buy only one album today, buy this one.
  • The Flu:Who’s that bad mother..shut yo mouth. Yep, there’s a strain of flu that is resistant to drugs…10 cases in Chicago. And, if that’s not scary enough, one is dead in China from bird-flu. ” That’s great, it starts with an earthquake, birds and snakes, an aeroplane and Lenny Bruce is not afraid. Eye of a hurricane, listen to yourself churn – world serves its own needs…”
  • iTunes: The place to download every performance from American Idol starting tonight. Yes, every performance.
  • Mississippi State Lottery: The gaming commission is opposing it. Tennessee and Louisiana are happy and the state’s education system continues to lose….revenue, which is a huge gamble.
  • Clinton/Obama Bickering: Today, it was about some rhetoric in an Obama speech. Tomorrow, it’ about which flaover of Wisconsin Kringle is the best (Dude, it’s totally rum raisin–everyone knows that).
  • Michael Clayton/American Ganster: Both drop on DVD today. For a complete listing of today’s releases, please go to Amazon.com.
  • Empty Bowl Luncheon: It’s coming March 5 and it’s for the March of Dimes. It’s soup, an artisan soup bowl and Kay Bain. For more information, check out WTVA online.
  • Steve Guttenberg: He’s going to be on this season’s Dancing With The Stars along side Adam Corolla and tennis star Monica Seles, among others. Next year, Oscar The Grouch, Fat Albert and The Dancing Bear from Captain Kangaroo are scheduled to compete.
  • Dick Rice: No Dick Rice sightings today.
  • Where Have I heard That?: It was a Ford Focus commercial. The song was Cold Hands, Warm Heart by Brendan Benson.
  • Horton Hears A Who: The Trailer

Everything everybody should be taking about on President’s Day, February 18, 2008

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Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: Because Life Doesn’t Write Itself

  • Dr. Condoleezza Rice: The Secretary of State’s name is making the rounds in the media as a possible VP on the McCain ticket. It would definitely make the McCain Campaign more palatable.
  • Chad Bumphis: The THS wide Receiver is being courted by several schools in the SEC. Let’s hope he stays in the Magnolia State.
  • Dixie: One of my favorite shelter dogs has found a home. Now, if we can only find one for Merlin and the rest.
  • American Idol Blue Tongues: No, it wasn’t a silent protest or proof of alien life forms– it was lollipops. Lollipops. Suckers….
  • LOST (ABC): Even with the black smoke and polar bears and Kate’s beautiful complexion after 100 days on the island, the recent Sayid episode wasn’t “real enough” for New York Magazine. Ahahahahaha…that’s like the funniest thing ever.
  • Knight Rider 2008: It seemed very exciting with Will Arnett on board as KITT. Then suddenly, Arnett was booted and replaced with Val Kilmer. But the Hasselhoff surprise made it all worthwhile.
  • Girl Scout Cookies: It’s that time of year again, so get your boxes at the Link Centre in Tupelo. Try the new Cinna-Spins, packaged in individual 100 calories-per-serving packs. Or get depressed and eat a whole box of Thin Mints for old times.
  • Simpsons (FOX): The volatile story of Sex Pistols bass player Sid Vicious and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen was reinvented with Nelson and Lisa and Bart as Johnny Rotten. Plus, the Buzzcocks’ Ever Fallen In Love was used in a montage. The Buzzcocks on FOX?!
  • Gone Country: On a visit to the Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Bobby Brown was deeply moved by the sick children. My niece had a lung removed at Vanderbilt in the Summer of 2007. I am so thankful to God and the staff for saving her life. If you are unfamiliar with the hospital, more information can be found at its website.
  • Jumper: The sci-fi adventure blew away its competition at the box office this weekend. Meanwhile, Definitely, Maybe did not so well.
  • Nancy Reagan: The Former First Lady was hospitalized after a fall in her LA home on Sunday. We wish her a speedy recovery.
  • Saturday Mornings With Kay Bain: This week, fiddler Willie was out sick. Tony Bain did a great version of Purple Rain, The whole band got down on When The Saints Go Marching In and the Kevin Waide Project played some Sam Cooke. And somebody is about to celebrate her 86th birthday in a small town near you.
  • B52s: The legendary Athens, GA band returns from then abyss with their new single Funplex. Ahhhh…thank God someone is making substantial pop music again. The same cane be said for Gnarls Barkley’s new single, Run, which is full of pumped-organ-60s-garage-rock goodness.
  • George A. Romero: The venerable director who uses zombies as social commentary returns this week with his new film, Diary of the Dead. A new interview with Romero can be found in Entertainment Weekly.
  • Kosovo: The nation has officially declared its independence from Serbia. Former President Clinton is said to be taking full credit for the declaration.
  • Amy Winehouse: The tormented Grammy winner is being chastised by drug addicts Keith Richards and Natalie Cole. I suppose that one can easily afford to repair their glass houses when they are rich and famous.
  • Guitar Hero Aerosmith: America’s favorite (best) rock band gets the video game treatment from Guitar Hero. Man, it seems as if the Guitar Hero franchise is really trying to convert me to their masses.
  • Oprah: It’s a comedy summit today with guests Carrol Burnett, Steve Carrell and Jim Carey. Watch to see Oprah struggle to dominate the conversations.
  • The White Stripes Conquest Ep: The maxi-single for Conquest gets help from Beck, who plays on/produces three new songs. It’s like a little slice of listening heaven.
  • Daniel Lee Update: His film, Memphis Zombie Attack: The Documentary, won an award for best short documentary this weekend at the Magnolia Film Festival. Congratulations!
  • Dick Rice: There were no Dick Rice sightings over the weekend…but today starts a new week.
  • Where Have I Heard That?: It’s our new feature. The song is The W.A.N.D, the band is the Flaming Lips–because music is more than just commercials.

Everything everybody should be taking about on Friday, February 15, 2008

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Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: Because Life Doesn’t Write Itself

  • Mitt Romney: He has officially endorsed John McCain. Now, if only that pesky Mike Huckabee would do the same.
  • Tupelo Symphony Orchestra: They will be performing American Music, American Voices tonight at the Link Centre. Jack Reed Sr. will be the guest speaker. More information can be found at the Link Centre online.
  • 11th Annual Magnolia Independent Film Festival: The state’s oldest film festival continues tonight ad tomorrow at Hollywood Premiere Cinema in Starkville. Local film maker Daniel Lee will be showing his film Memphis Zombie Attack: The Documentary tonight. Read more about Lee and his film in Pop-Rock Candy Mountain later today.
  • Blue Mountain: America’s favorite band from Oxford will be performing tonight at the Hi-Tone in Memphis. Ticket information can be found here.
  • Gretchen Wilson: The female member of the Musik Mafia will be performing tonight at Gold Strike Casino in Tunica. For more information, call 1-888-245-7529.
  • Bobby “Blue” Bland: The blues legend will be joining Shirley Brown, J. Blackfoot and others tonight for a Blues Bash at Sam’s Town Casino in Tunica. For more information, click here.
  • Saturday Morning Show With Kay Bain: My favorite morning program is only a day away! Thank goodness for my DVR. This week’s special guest will be the Kevin Waide Project, who will also be playing the Boondocks Grill Saturday night.
  • Aretha vs Beyonce vs Beyonce’s Dad: “Hey 19, that’s Aretha Franklin. She don’t remember the Queen of Soul…”
  • LOST (ABC): The fourth member of the Oceanic Six? Syid. Jack admits that, after 100 days, he misses baseball.
  • Jane Fonda: She let one “slip” on Today. But the worst part is that she’s 70 and starring in the Vagina Monologues. Ewwwww….
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.: The NASCAR driver finished first in his qualifying competition, his second in two races for Hendrick Motorsports, his new team. Also, Danny Hamlin won in a foreign car for the first time in a long time. His car? A Toyota.
  • Make-A-Wish Grant Writing: The Make-A -Wish Foundation will be holding a seminar on how to write grants for the non-profit organization at the Link Centre on Saturday. More information on the seminar can be found here.
  • Dexter (CBS): The sublime Showtime series comes to network TV on Sunday.
  • Adrienne Shelly: The slain actress/director’s killer (read: murderer) was given a reduced sentence as his charges were dropped to first degree manslaughter. Shelley made on of my favorite movies of 2007 , Waitress. It breaks my heart every time I watch it.
  • Survivor: Micronesia (CBS): Fan Mary was voted out at Tribal Council. The real question is when is Survivor going to get voted off? It is so boring that I doubt if I will be able to make it through the whole season.
  • Dick Rice: No Dick Rice sightings today. One time my band played on the Mornin’ Show and Meteorologist John Dolusic said we “sounded like Blind Melon.” That was awesome. Here’s the mighty Chicago. Have a great weekend!

Everything everybody should be taking about on Wednesday, February 13, 2008

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Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: Because Life Doesn’t Write Itself

  • New Indiana Jones Trailer: It should be on the web after nine AM. It will be shown during Good Morning America on ABC. But hey, I’m a Today kind of guy.
  • New Star Wars: Ok, so, it’s animated, but it’s coming to theaters this summer and then, new episodes will appear on Cartoon Network. New Indie and Star Wars? (my head just exploded.) Take a sneak peek at the Official Star Wars Site.
  • Steven Spielberg: Keeping on with my Indie/Star Wars obsession, Steven Spielberg has backed out of participating in the Beijing Olympics as an artistic director due to China’s policy on Darfur.
  • Spectacular Spider-Man: I promise–it’s not Fanboy day here at PRCM. However, the CW will begin airing Spectacular Spider-Man in March as part of its Saturday morning line-up. It follows the adventures of a 16 year old Peter Parker/Spider-Man. No word yet if Spidey will battle such teen issues as puberty, peer pressure or teenage depression.
  • King Dork: Frank Portman’s brilliant novel of teen angst and alienation is now available in paperback. Get one here. This is one of the best and most hilarious books I have ever read. I mean, for real.
  • Big Brother 9: Man, I tried to watch this nonsense, but I just couldn’t get down with it. Anyway, host Julie Chen welcomes back the same gang of sex-starved nihilists and narcicists that you would expect from this show. I think they all live in the same house and the last one to catch the VD gets a prize.
  • Radiohead: Tickets for the Atlanta show go on sale tomorrow. Great. Like I don’t have enough things to be stressed-out and depressed over on Valentine’s Day. Now, I have to try (or not) to get tickets for a concert that’s not until like May or something. Dang. I already feel like a loser on Valentine’s Day–I don’t need the added pressure.
  • The Hobbit: After all of the ruckus between Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema, it looks like The Hobbit could be in danger of being halted. The family of JRR Tolkien and his original publisher, HarperCollins, have engaged in a lawsuit against New Line Cinema, which could stop The Hobbit from being completed. (Fanboys across the world just died a little bit on the inside)
  • Steve Gerber: The creator of Howard The Duck died at age 60 on Tuesday. Gerber wrote some of my favorite comics growing up, including the 1970s KISS series for Marvel that was written with KISS blood in the ink. (Fanboys continue to die inside across the globe)
  • NASCAR: Drivers Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart were suspended for six races for alleged poor sportsmanship. And this was just a PRACTICE or qualifying race. Dang.
  • Cosby Show Reunion: It happened Tuesday on Oprah–without Lisa Bonet….of course. Why y’all still hating on her? Angel Heart was like 100 years ago.
  • Pat Benatar: My sister says she’s appearing on the Young And The Restless on Thursday and Friday. And my sister knows her Young And The Restless. (I checked. It’s happening)
  • Jericho: It came back for its second season last night, and it was good. But it was different…
  • Kevin Waide Project: They will be appearing on Saturday Morning With Kay Bain. Check them out–Kevin’s a great guitar player and Skip Oliver is an awesome harmonica player. Plus, he’s just a great guy–love me some Skip Oliver.
  • Julee Brown: While we’re on the subject of WTVA, which I love (obviously), I was a bit upset about the demise of the Mornin’ Show–but I’m over it. I heart Julee Brown on AM Live. She is just super awesome. No one (well, not me) likes to be up that early in the morning, but she makes it seem like the day is going to be ok. According to her bio, she is a motivational speaker, so that makes sense.
  • Tupelo-Lee Humane Society Valentine’s Day Special: The big day is tomorrow. Get your special friend a pet today.
  • Sabrina McLarty: The 22 year old film maker from Saltillo will be the subject of a Valentine’s Day interview with PRCM. Look for it tomorrow.
  • Mississippi Mudcats: William Stewart and Antonio Peoples have been resigned for the upcoming season, which rocks. The Mudcats also have a great promotion to help the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society. More Mudcat information can be found here.
  • The WGA Strike: The good news is: It’s over and new episodes of The Office, 30 Rock, My Name Is Earl, Lost and Smallville will be airing in April/May. The bad news? 24 is out until January 2009. Dang. Check out your favorite show’s expected return here.
  • Dick Rice: Tuesday was a severe weather day, so there were no Dick Rice sightings. But, today’s a new day.

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Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: I Love You More Than Yo Mama!

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  • David Copperfield: The magical magician is coming to the Orpheum in Memphis on the 24th. Ladies in the first ten rows are encouraged to watch for the “disappearing panties routine” and are advised to stay away from the “after-show party” backstage.
  • jaws1.jpgRoy Scheider: The actor died Sunday at the age of 75. Scheider was best known for his role as Chief Martin Brody in Jaws.
  • Saturday Morning With Kay Bain:k_bain.jpg This week, we saw Paul Thorn’s new video, to which Kay responded, “That was a good video, Paul.” Also, Tony sang Angel Eyes and the band played George Strait’s Mornin’ Show staple, You Look So Good In Love. And, lots of churches are having shindigs and many people are celebrating their 80th birthdays.
  • pthorn1.jpgPaul Thorn: His new video, A Long Way From Tupelo, debuted on GAC and Kay Bain this week. Thorn, who will be playing a show at the Lyric Theater in Tupelo on Valentine’s Day and at the WorkPlay Theater in Birmingham the following night, said the song is about “fornicating in the backseat of a car.” The video was put together by Ann Palmer of Tupelo. Look for Paul Thorn to get a HIGH-FIVE later this week and catch him on Late Night With Conan O’Brien on March 19.
  • French-Pressed Coffee:fpress.jpg Buy a French Press and a coffee grinder and say hello to the best cup of coffee you’ve ever had. For real…trust me on this. Throw your Grannie’s Mr. Coffee machine out the window…
  • African American Lives (PBS): The first two episodes of the second season are amazing. Watch to see some extremely touching moments with Morgan Freeman, Chris Rock and Tom Joyner, among others.
  • NFL Pro Bowl: Who cares? Next subject…
  • Friday Night Lights: Yes, Friday was the season two finale and things are not looking good for a third season. America loves The Ghost Whisperer, yet Friday Night Lights is probably getting canceled. Well, we are a country that loves irony.
  • Gone Country (CMT): In this week’s episode, Bobby Brown dipped some SKOAL with Gretchen Wilson and it made him break out in a cold sweat. Later, Brown was sweating a hot sweat after getting way too drunk, pootin’ on Carnie Wilson, eating a monster cheesesteak sandwich and almost urinating on Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider. Love that Bobby Brown, y’all! Dang!
  • David Shuster: The MSNBC anchor has been suspended for saying the Clinton campaign “pimped out” daughter Chelsea by having her make calls to super delegates. Come on David, leave Chelsea out of this. Besides, there’s no pimp needed when she lives in a family of political whores.
  • The Heartbreak Kid: The Farrelly Brothers‘ latest movie is as raunchy and filthy and crude…and as hilarious as their earlier work such as Dumb and Dumber and There’s Something About Mary. Plus, Michelle Monaghan’s character and her on-screen family are from Oxford and she coaches at Ole Miss. As Ben Stiller’s character says to his buddy (Rob Corddry) on the phone, “I met some rednecks, the good kind of rednecks, you know, like Jimmy Carter…).” If that isn’t enough for you to rent the movie, it also stars Stiller’s real-life father, Jerry, which is a super bonus!
  • How To Look Good Naked (LIFETIME): It’s Queer Eye For The Low Self Esteem. Host Carson Kressley encourages women to let go of negative body images and to find their own beauty. Now, if they could only have Molly Sims host one for men…
  • Welcome To The Captain (CBS): Welcome to the traditional, tired sitcom and the hopefully soon-to-be canceled.
  • Jericho (CBS): It’s back tomorrow.
  • w000437.jpgSen. Roger Wicker: He and his wife toured the tornado-damaged areas in his old Congressional District on Sunday. He also pledged federal aid for the area.
  • Jim Henson Film: The Greenville native and Muppet creator is set to become the subject of a film based on his life. Man, I still get sad when I think about Jim Henson’s death.
  • The Grammy Awards (CBS): Yawwwwn. Oh, sorry, I fell asleep. Hey isn’t that Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard? Anyway, Kanye West and Amy Winehouse won some awards. Believe me, other than Tina Turner and Beyonce, and Daft Punk and Kanye West, no one is going to be talking about this year’s telecast at the office. What they may be talking about is the fact that Amy Winehouse had her teeth repaired (Thanks for the heads-up from our friend The Dirty Disher!) and she actually has a nice smile.
  • Clinton Campaign Shake-Up: Out is Patti Solis Doyle as campaign manager, in is longtime aide Maggie Williams. Mr. Clinton is still waiting in the wings.
  • WGA Strike: It looks like it’s almost over; here’s what writer/director/producer James Gunn said on MySpace: “…after the WGA meeting last night, the strike is basically over; we should all be back to work on Wednesday.” Let’s hope so.
  • Tupelo-Lee Humane Society Valentine’s Day Special:dixie.jpg There’s still time to buy a pet (such as Dixie) for your significant other, or to get one for your lonely self (Man, I hate Valentine’s Day). For more information, click here.
  • Daniel Lee: The local film maker’s dog needs surgery and he needs your help. Email him here for more information.
  • Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: The ol’ blog is going to get a fancy makeover in the near future, courtesy of my great friend, Amanda. Look for new features and new interviews in the days to come. This week, Paul Thorn gets a HIGH-FIVE and Daniel Lee gets ready for the Magnolia Film Festival. Stay tuned for author Frank Portman, James Gunn, Lisa Sparxxx, The Dirty Disher, Kevin Russell of KZ103 and much more. I really do you love you more than yo mama!
  • dick_rice.jpgDick Rice: There were no Dick Rice sightings this weekend. So, here’s some vintage WTVA Mornin’ Show with the late Buddy Bain and Kay.

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  • Eli Manning: The Superbowl MVP chatted it up with David Letterman last night and he did a great job. He made the transition from Ole Miss quarterback to the Prince of New York, as the audience, and Letterman, gave him a standing ovation. Letterman actually seemed awe-struck by Manning, who didn’t mumble his way through the interview.
  • Moment Of Truth (FOX): The game show where contestants are hooked up to a Lie Detector Test and are asked questions such as “Have you ever stuck your finger in the punchbowl?” and “Does this dress make me look fat?” It is truly a new low in American culture.
  • Project Runway (BRAVO): Last night the designers had to design clothes for female wrestlers. Wait, I thought female wrestlers wore pretty much spandex and thongs. OK, whew….they still do. But they look so much better with the snarkiness of Tim Gunn.
  • Gov. Haley Barbour VS Jim Hood (The State of Mississippi): And the Supreme Court say: Leonard’s Losers: Jimmy Hood. The Senate election will be held in November.
  • Paul Thorn: The Tupelo native returns to the Lyric Theater on Valentine’s Day for another intimate show. (Note to guys: You have a much better chance of nude pillow fighting with your date after a Paul Thorn show as opposed to Reba or Kelly Clarkson). Kay Bain will be debuting Paul’s new video on Saturday Morning With Kay Bain on WTVA.
  • LOST (ABC): I love Thursday nights. And in case you missed it, ABC will be reshowing the Season Four premiere tonight at seven. The only person you are hurting by not watching this show is yourself. Do you really not want to join in on the LOST talk at the snack machine at work, punk? Well, do you?
  • Smallville (CW): Yes, it’s all-new tonight, and I’m about to explode. The Black Canary makes an appearance tonight and so does Green Arrow!! Awesome!! And yes, I’m perfectly fine with being a dork and being single and crying myself to sleep at night and…
  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo: If you are a fan of Paul Simon’s Graceland or world music, check out Ladysmith Black Mambazo on February 12 at the Hump at MSU.
  • Lipstick Jungle (NBC): Sex In The City Author Candace Bushnell’s “other book” debuts tonight on NBC. The pilot, goes like this: Movie Exec Wendy Healy, Editor-in-Chief Nico Reilly, and Fashion Designer Victory Ford are modern New York career women supporting each other through triumphs and tears that are all part of making it in the Big Apple. And, it stars Brooke Shields and Jack Bauer’s ex girlfriend. Some call them cougars, I call them women in their 30s and 40s.
  • Oxford Film Festival: It’s tonight through Sunday. I’m particularly interested in seeing The Business of Being Born from Executive Producer Ricki Lake.
  • Shine A Light: The Martin Scorsese-helmed Rolling Stones documentary kicked-off the 58th Berlinale Film Festival last night in Berlin. This is great news, as it means that someone has actually seen this movie and it’s not just an urban myth.
  • Survivor: Micronesia (CBS): The old-school reality show returns tonight with a new season as fans go head-to-dirty-toes with former contestants. Of course there is really only one reason to watch the show an that’s to see host Jeff Probst berate former contestant and eternal weasel, Johnny Fairplay.
  • Oprah’s Big Give Away (ABC): Oprah’s new reality show finds the daytime queen giving people money to help others with, and the winner gets a big ol’ prize. “People from across the country are challenged to help total strangers so that they can feel the high of giving. Over eight weeks, we follow their every move…” And to think, I always thought the reason to help others was to help others..
  • Dick Rice: No Dick Rice sightings to report today. But I’m still looking…

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The Pop-Rock Candy Mountain Musical Martini Lounge is now up and going. To access the site, you need the following: Username: poprockcandy and Password: pinkmoon. Then, click on the My Site icon and theMP3 player should appear. Click Playlist for the complete listings. It’s not perfect, but it does allow me to share some music with my readers.

Pop-Rock Candy Mountain: I Love You More Than Yo Mama

  • SAG Awards: Ah, Sopranos, The Office and 30 Rock come out winners. Glad to see the Sopranos go out in style, especially with that terrible series-ending . See all of the winners here.
  • Friday Night Lights: Poor Tim Riggins–he can’t seem to get a break. However, this week’s episode saw Landry and Tyra return to the story arch, which is always a good thing.
  • Avril Lavigne’s Girlfriend: The most downloaded song of 2007 (7.3 million times). But no one, including 14 year old girls, will admit to purchasing the tune.
  • Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew: Don’t watch it for the train wrecks; watch it for the hope that Dr. Drew Pinski gives to shattered lives.
  • Saturday Morning With Kay Bain: Kay sang the song Cowboy’s Sweetheart, which included yodeling. “You try yodeling at six in the morning,” she said. “It’s not easy.” Maybe I’ll start singing some Slim Whitman while I’m taking a shower…
  • Kellie Rasberry: Like everyone else in the area, I listen to Kidd Kraddick in theMorning on KZ103. Although I once hated morning radio shows, but Kellie makes it all worthwhile.
  • Obama wins in South Carolina: And Hillary starts crying and Bill starts screaming. Bill, Bill, Bill. Comparing Obama to Jesse Jackson? Not a smart move. Now, please quit screaming at us and acting like you’re the President and just go away.
  • Weekend Winter Weather: At least it’s gone. Again, WTVA’s weather coverage blows out the competition.
  • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: See what all the hype is about as FOX reruns the pilot tonight.
  • Spartans and Rambo have poor weekend openings: And my faith in mankind is briefly restored (Pssst: Spartans actually beat Rambo)
  • Tupelo-Lee Humane Society’s Second Annual Arts for Animals: Help them build their new building by participating on Thursday, April 10. For more information, call 662-840-5042.
  • New on me iPod: Sia Some People Have Real Problems; Vampire Weekend Vampire Weekend; North Mississippi Allstars Hernando and Tommy James and the Shondells Crimson and Clover. Hear tracks from them in the Musical Martini Lounge.
  • The State of the Union: The Bush and Cheney days roll into the final year. Come to see if the candidates show up. Stay for the Democratic response…..yawn.
  • Radiohead: With this week’s Rolling Stone Cover and an announced tour, rock’s favorite isolationists are acting like a regular rock band again.



  • THE MILE-HIGH-FIVE-CLUB

    Paul Thorn Tupelo native Paul Thorn returns to town Thursday night with a show at the Lyric Theater. His new video,A Long Way From Tupelo, is currently playing on GAC and a limited edition of his album of the same name will be available at the show. For more information, go to http://www.paulthorn.com/ 1. First, I have to say, Bluebell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream. I try keep it down to one heaping bowl full a week since it's full of saturated fats and I'm a 43 year old trying to keep up the image of a front man. BUT, sometimes I'm weak and I backslide. 2. My Six Million Dollar Man Pinball machine. I finally got it fixed and have been playing it a lot. My 4 year old is learning how to play it so we get to play it together. 3. Saturday mornings, I get up and watch Kay Bain. I've been a loyal WTVA viewer for many years but I get a little upset because they've cut Kay down to just being on once a week. I love Kay Bain. You know, my coffee just tastes better with Kay Bain. 4. I've recently thrown out my old socks. I went to Wal-mart and bought a 12-pack of brand new white socks. I got them all for about eight bucks so I've been really happy about that. 5. My 14 year old daughter, Kit has become a facination. I've always been all about my daughter but now she's coming out with this Aretha Franklin style, powerful voice and I've just been amazed. I love listening to her sing.
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