Unsolved : The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.
1996年9月、ラスベガスのMGMホテルでのマイク・タイソンの試合後に撃たれ、約一週間後に25歳で亡くなった2パック、半年後の1997年3月、ロサンゼルスのパーティー会場から車で帰宅途中、銃弾を浴びて即死した24歳のビギー……..、この二つの事件は、実は関連があるという推理にもとづいてドラマ化されたのが、2/27（火）から始まるTVミニ・シリーズ、「Unsolved: トゥパックとノートリアス・B.I.G. 殺害未解決事件」です。全10話。
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Tagged 2パック, 2Pac, All Eyez On Me, ディディー, ノートリアス, ビギー, マイク・タイソン, ラスベガス, ルーク・ジェームス, Biggie, Luke James, Marcc Rose, Notorious B.I.G., P. Diddy, Tupac, TV Drama, Unsolved, Wavvy Jonez
U.S. Postal Service announced that the Year of the Rooster stamp is being issued as a Forever® stamp in self-adhesive souvenir sheets of 12.
The Year of the Rooster begins January 28, 2017, and ends on February 15, 2018.
The Rooster’s Personality
People born in a year of the Rooster are very observant. Hardworking, resourceful, courageous and talented, Roosters are very confident about themselves.
Roosters are always active, amusing and popular among the crowd. Roosters are talkative, outspoken, frank, open, honest, and loyal individuals. They like to be the center of attention and always appear attractive and beautiful.
Roosters are happiest when they are surrounded by others, whether at a party or just a social gathering. They enjoy the spotlight and will exhibit their charm at any occasion.
Roosters expect others to listen to them while they speak, and can become agitated if others don’t. Vain and boastful, Roosters like to brag about themselves and their accomplishments.
Their continually seeking the unwavering attention of others annoys people around them at times.
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Tagged 2017, August Wilson, Beyonce, Chance The Rapper, Gloria Estefan, Ice Cube, Ivanka Trump, James Brown, Jennifer Hudson, Jennifer Lopez, Keke Palmer, Keysha Cole, P. Diddy, Serena Williams, Year of the Rooster, Yoko Ono
Arsenio Hall Show
Принц на Шоу Арсенио Холла
Prince took over the Arsenio Hall show on Wednesday night when he was invited as the sole guest invited onto the show. In a rare television appearance, he kicked the show off with a debut performance of Funkroll with 3rd Eye Girl, a track off his upcoming album. Prince also performed his classic hit, “She’s Always in My Hair” and “Mutiny” for an audience, half of which was wearing shades of purple.
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Tagged 2Pac, Arsenio Hall, Denzel Washington, Арсенио Холл, Принц, Funkroll, MC Hammer, P. Diddy, Prince, Will Smith
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Harlem’s newest burger joint “Harlem Shake”
Harlem Shake, which opened less than a month, already has lines out the door and unreasonable waits for its burgers and shakes.
Fortunately when Harlem2Nippon dropped by, the line wasn’t that long we ordered a classic cheeseburger ($6.95), regular fries ($3.50), and the signature Harlem Shake ($5.75) which is a ‘red velvet’ shake. If you’re a fan of Shake Shack, you’ll love Harlem Shake! The burgers taste virtually identical (to me, at least) — and you can taste the freshness and the quality of the beef. The fries are light, crispy, and taste like they were cut today. Outstanding. Sweet yam fries ($4.50) were sprinkled with sea-salt and go perfectly with beer.
Croatian born owner Jelena Pasic said her goal is to make Harlem Shake, located on the corner of Lenox Avenue and West 124th Street, a neighborhood institution. She plans to do that by serving tasty burgers and catering to the area while also attracting the many tourists who frequent Harlem. “I tried to find a niche that wasn’t filled,” said Pasic, who has partners in the venture, including her husband, who is the head chef. “It was a no-brainer that Harlem needs a good burger place.”
Harlem Shake Dance
Pasic said the inspiration for the name of her restaurant came from the original 80’s dance Harlem Shake which was made famous by Hip Hop artists like P. Diddy and G. Dep. In 90’s (Remember the song ‘Let’s Get It’?)
They pulled the vintage 50’s retro theme off nicely without looking too kitschy. This joint was designed to look like it opened decades ago. Not far from the Apollo Theater this is a great spot to grab a decent burger after the show as it opens until 11pm on weeknights and 2am on Fridays and Saturdays. It’s a nice addition to the neighborhood.
100 W. 124th Street
New York, NY MAP
11am – 11pm (weekend 2am)
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Tagged Apollo Theater, Burger Joint, G Dep, Harlem Shake, harlem shake dance, hip hop artists, Lenox Avenue, P. Diddy, red velvet, retro theme, tasty burgers