Chinese commercial for a furniture store: And the original:
Show off your ‘stache at the Moustache Bash Wed. April 1st 4-6pm at Ullrs Sports Bar in Breckenridge! Fundraiser for the Advocates & your chance to win cash!
Join KSMT for the Mustache Bash – a fundraiser for the Advocates. Wednesday April 1st 4-6pm – your chance to win tons of prizes…lots of categories including: The Creeper, Peachiest Fuzz, Fu Manchu, Hulk Hogan,Lady ‘Stache, Celebrity Look Alike & more! Need more ideas? Click here. OR Stop in to see the exhibition of beards …Read More
40 Stunningly Beautiful Concert Posters Every year at South By Southwest the American Poster Institute showcases the talents of some of the world’s best illustrators, designers, and artists at a gig poster exhibition called Flatstock. Here are some of the coolest pieces from this year’s artists. See the gallery here.
Legendary Smith’s guitarist Johnny Marr is ready to talk. “For the past few years as I’ve been out on tour promoting my solo work fans and journalists have been asking me when I’ll write my book,” Marr said in a statement. “I’m very happy to say that the time has come to tell my story.” …Read More
Built To Spill’s first new full length release in six years is due out April 21 on Warner Brother – Untethered Moon – listen to a sneak peek below.
Robert Plant joined Jack White onstage during his Saturday headlining set and, according to Setlist.fm, this is the first time Plant has performed The Lemon Song live since June 1995, when the Led Zeppelin singer made the rounds on a joint tour with bandmate Jimmy Page. Read more here.
Life on the road is tough on rock stars! Black Keys Patrick Carney has experienced a setback in his recovery from a dislocated and broken shoulder sustained while swimming off the island of Saint-Barthélemy on January 3rd.The band hopes to be back on the road in May. “Working with the doctors, surgeons and physiotherapists since …Read More
With March Madness here can you name these 14 college mascots? WuShock, Wichita State Wichita State picked up the team name ‘Shockers’ in 1904 because many of the players also worked in the fields, harvesting or “shocking” wheat. WuShock — described as “a big, bad, muscle-bound bundle of wheat” — got the first part of …Read More
With opening day comes a sense of renewal and starting fresh – with the Rockies home opener less than a month away (April 10th) big things may be stirring at MLB HQ… Chris Cwik (Big League Stew) reports: New baseball commissioner Rob Manfred has only been on the job for two months, but he may …Read More