Every year I begin with more questions than answers. When is President Obama supposed to come and take all the guns away? Are we a socialist Muslim country yet? How come we never saw that Michelle Obama "whitey" tape that was alleged to exist before the 2008 and 2012 elections? What happened to all those FEMA concentration camps we were told about? If they really did exist, why didn't Obama put Ted Nugent in one first?
Since he started 24-7 Entertainment in 1997, he's been working to bring in musical acts that provide excitement for audiences, booking about 100 shows a year in the Baltimore area, including the upcoming Shindig Music Festival at Carroll Park, with a lineup featuring Jane's Addiction, Rise Against, Gogol Bordello and Halestorm.
President Barack Obama used the first State of the Union address of his second term to try to breathe new life into his economic agenda, reviving modest measures to spur growth and trying to create fresh momentum in the all-but-stagnant talks over deficit reduction.
By By Kathleen Hennessey, Christi Parsons and John Fritze and Tribune Newspapers
The Black Keys, which just sold out the Verizon Center last week, will play Merriweather May 18. The show had been rumored, but it was confirmed this week on the venue's website. The band is promoting new album "El Camino;" tickets for the show start at $40 and go on sale Friday.
Luke Scott has been named to a dubious list by Maxim, which included the Orioles left fielder in its "10 dumbest dumb-asses in sports." The men's magazine, which is still around apparently, cited Scott's love of guns, Ted Nugent and Affliction T-shirts among the reasons for Scott's inclusion.