Friday, October 30, 2009
The boys in Long Walk Home and The Quelle Source will once again don the hats, clothing and catalogues of two great rock bands for their 4th annual Halloween extravaganza this October 30th.
This year the always-entertaining, can't-miss event will take place at the fantastic Blockley Pourhouse in Philadelphia (University City), with an added bonus of NO COVER CHARGE.
A little history for the uninformed:
- In 2006, Long Walk Home jumpstarted the annual tradition by playing as the best band of all time, dressing in sharp suits as The Beatles at the as-yet-only Halloween show to take place in a kitchen.
- 2007 saw The Quelle Source adopting Led Zeppelin's sexy swagger and tight, tight clothing while Long Walk Home wore the eye liner of The Rolling Stones at the late, great Grape St. Pub, that also found each band playing solo sets and ending in a as-yet-unmatched superjam.
- 2008 found Long Walk Home growing myriad beards as The Band, while The Quelle Source donned the attire and calatogue of the ever-great Wilco at the always-narrow Doc Watson's.
2009 will, of course, be another year to remember with an interesting juxtaposition of bands. Long Walk Home will be helming a set as the outstanding Talking Heads, while The Quelle Source will once again be playing it current this year as perennial live favorites My Morning Jacket.
More info incoming, but mark your calendars now for the best night of the year that isn't Christmas!
1 full hour for each band
$2 Bud Light drafts
$2 Lionshead bottles
$2 Smirnoff flavored drinks
$3 Pumpkin ales
The Blockley Pourhouse is located in University City, click here for directions: http://theblockley.com/directions.php
Oh, it's going to be a scary time at THE BLOCKLEY!
And, don't forget about Saturday night!
Greeting friends and lovers of Hip Hop and R&B,
Ladies and Gents this is not your typical Halloween Party. On behalf of Monster Entertainment (ME)(www.wearemonsterent.com), Kellevents would like to cordially invite you experience ME's Halloween Monster Bash Showcase featuring the newest faces of Hip Hop and R &B; the melodic lyricist, Mr. Flow and Tell himself IE, the soulful songbird Renee Thomas, and the undisputed Tempamental.
This is a Halloween Monster Bash with a twist so get ready to experience a new level of entertainment, party Monster Entertainment style, and wear your favorite Halloween gear. Prizes will be award for the best costume, couples costume, and most popular costume.
Join us at everybody's favorite place on Halloween night at My Place Sports Bar and Grill(www.myplacemd.com), 12150 Central Ave, Mitchellville, MD. Doors open at 7PM and performances begin at 8PM.
Experience the Monster Bash Showcase,
Kellie and the Kellevents Team
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Ahh, but he's so good right?! Where can we get us one of him?
This isn't Monday morning quarterback... this is May morning quarterback. Who's it gonna be? Cause dammit it has to be somebody!!!
Steelers 27 Browns 14
I'm actually going to say not bad Browns. We scored! And, against a Pittsburgh Steelers defense. I thought that the score would be worse. I knew Big Ben would have his way with our defense simply because we have a hard time sacking Ben. Our defense is predicated on getting to the quarterback. When we don't do that we don't win. Now, if only we could score (more than one touchdown)... Yes, hold off the parade. I know it's amazing that we scored a touchdown but we are going to need more than one a game to turn this thing around. Which brings me to the title of this post. Who's it gonna be???
WE HAVE 11 PICKS! LET'S USE THEM WISELY!
DRAFT DAY CAN'T GET HERE SOON ENOUGH!
Rankings of the 2010 Top Prospects
1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (Jr.)
2. Jevan Snead, Ole Miss (Jr.)
3. Tim Tebow, Florida
4. Colt McCoy, Texas
5. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame (Jr.)
6. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
7. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
8. Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
BEST OF THE REST
9. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada (Jr.)
10. Case Keenum, Houston (Jr.)
11. Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
12. Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
13. Juice Williams, Illinois
14. Max Hall, BYU
15. Tony Pike, Cincinnati
16. Joe Webb, UAB
17. Adam Weber, Minnesota (Jr.)
18. Todd Reesing, Kansas
19. Tyler Sheehan, Bowling Green
20. Jake Locker, Washington (Jr.)
21. Daryll Clark, Penn State
22. Andy Schmitt, Eastern Michigan
23. Greg Alexander, Hawaii
24. Ricky Stanzi, Iowa (Jr.)
25. Chris Turner, Maryland
Friday, October 16, 2009
BILL COSBY - A MUST READ...
The Reverend Jesse Jackson almost never gets upstaged and I had never seen the Reverend Jesse Louis Jackson cry in public until last month. Jackson invited Bill Cosby to the annual Rainbow/PUSH conference for a conversation about the controversial remarks the entertainer offered on May 17 at an NAACP dinner in Washington , D.C. when America 's Jell-O Man shook things up by arguing that African Americans were betraying the legacy of civil rights victories. Cosby said 'the lower economic people are not holding up their end in this deal. These people are not parenting. They are buying things for their kids. $500 sneakers for what? But they won't spend $200 for Hooked on Phonics!' Bill Cosby came to town and upstaged the reverend by going on the offense instead of defending his earlier remarks. Thursday morning, Cosby showed no signs of repenting as he strode across the stage at the Sheraton Hotel ballroom before a standing room only crowd. Sporting a natty gold sports coat and dark glasses, he proceeded to unload a Laundry list of black America 's self-imposed ills. The iconic actor and comedian kidded that he couldn't compete with the oratory of the Reverend but he preached circles around Jackson in their nearly hour-long conversation, delivering brutally frank one-liners and the toughest of love. The enemy, he argues, is us: "There is a time, ladies and gentlemen, when we have to turn the mirror around." Cosby acknowledged he wasn't critiquing all blacks... just the 50 percent of African Americans in the lower economic neighborhood who drop out of school, and the alarming proportions of black men in prison and black teenage mothers. The mostly black crowd seconded him with choruses of Amens. To the critics who pose, it's unproductive to air our dirty laundry in public, he responds, "Your dirty laundry gets out of school at 2:30 every day." It's cursing on the way home, on the bus, train, in the candy store. They are cursing and grabbing each other and going nowhere. The book bag is very, very thin because there's nothing in it. Don't worry about the white man, he added. I could care less about what white people think about me. . . Let them talk. What are they saying that is so different from what their grandfathers said and did to us? What is different is what we are doing to ourselves. For those who say Cosby is just an elitist who's "got his" but doesn't understand the plight of the black poor, he reminds us that, "We're going to turn that mirror around. It's not just the poor-everybody's guilty." Cosby and Jackson lamented that in the 50th years of Brown vs. Board of Education, our failings betray our legacy. Jackson dabbed away tears as he recalled the financial struggles at Fisk University, a historically black college and Jackson 's Alma mater. When Cosby was done, the 1,000 people in the room all jumped to their feet in ovation. We have shed tears too many times, at too many watershed moments before, while the hopes they inspired have fallen by the wayside. Not this time! Cosby's plea to parents: "Before you get to the point where you say 'I can't do nothing with them' , do something with them."
Teach our children to speak English. There's no such thing as "talking white". When the teacher calls, show up at the school. When the idiot box starts spewing profane rap videos; turn it off. Refrain from cursing around the kids. Teach our boys that women should be cherished, not raped and demeaned. Tell them that education is a prize we won with blood and tears, not a dishonor. Stop making excuses for the agents and abettors of black on black crime. It costs us nothing to do these things.
But if we don't, it will cost us infinitely more tears.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
Yes Donovan, you do play to win.... and I appreciate that. So, with that being said, I'll stop. I'll stop making fun of you about the overtime blunder. It's erased from my mind... for now. Great job Sunday! Albeit it was against a bad team, you played like you were expected to play. Good stuff. Now, keep it going!
Kanye West, meanwhile, couldn't hijack the stage, because the rapper was a no-show. Wonder where he was?
T.I. won while in prison. The rapper, who is locked up in an Arkansas penitentiary on a federal weapons conviction, won the best collaboration award with Rhianna for the song "Live Your Life" and the album of the year award for "Paper Trail." His fiancee Tameka "Tiny" Cottle accepted his awards at the ceremony in Atlanta and read a letter by the rapper, who began serving a yearlong sentence in late May.
"Although I'm not there with you all, I'm there in spirit," Cottle quoted the rapper as writing. "My road to redemption is almost over. ... Thanks for the support."
Remember the show has been recorded and it will air 10/27/2009. Tune in cause rap group Goodie Mob performs "Cell Therapy." Ahh man... I miss those days!
Killing that damn goat must have worked! (kidding PETA)
Oh, I can't believe it! It feels different... I feel different. That was the ugliest game I've ever seen!
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP)—In a game that could only be considered an instant classic on Comedy Central, leave it to punter Dave Zastudil(notes) to help secure the Cleveland Browns’ first victory of the season.
Just don’t tell the Browns that their 6-3 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday was in any way ugly.
“The way it turned out, I thought it was beautiful,” coach Eric Mangini said of his first win with Cleveland. “It’s great. It’s fantastic. I couldn’t be happier.”
By JOHN WAWROW, AP Sports Writer