It was a beautiful morning to blow something up, and an even better morning to see it from the air! Whether you were for or against keeping them around, the El Paso skyline is forever changed as both ASARCO smokestacks were demolished at dawn. Thanks to Helicopters Anonymous and pilot Deb Rothchild, we got an exclusive aerial view of the event AND an exclusive on why it may have been delayed a few minutes.
They have kept watch over the city for most of our lifetimes, ceremonial sentinels dressed in brick and soot -- uniforms of a past era. In their day, they belched tons of vaporized metals and minerals high into the desert air
Metalachi stopped by this morning to lay their unique take on their two favorite forms of music -- mariachi and metal -- before their show at Tricky Falls tonight. If you like either or both, they're worth watching!
Three cheers for the Nebraska Cornhuskers and 7-year-old cancer patient Jack Hoffman. On the final play of the Cornhuskers spring game Hoffman, who's taking a break from his 60-week chemotherapy session, took a handoff from Taylor Martinez and ran 69 yards for a touchdown to the applause of the team and 60,000 fans.
A soccer fan in South Africa ran onto the field during a match in South Africa and attacked the referee with a vuvuzela. The best thing about it is, you can't blow into a vuvuzela while you're swinging it!
Between Kevin Ware's leg snapping like a twig and Sidney Crosby taking pucks in the mouth, it has NOT been a good week for squeamish sports fans. To make matters worse, some media folks have brought up things like Joe Theismann's breaking leg and Clint Malarchuk's severed carotid artery to put the new lowlights into perspective. But don't fret, sensitive sports fan -- help is on the way! (WARNING! GRAPHIC, NASTY, HORRIFIC VIDEO & A BIT OF NAUGHTY LANGUAGE AHEAD!)
Ex-Lakers coach Phil Jackson might never have run into a gay player in the NBA, but what about NBA players' children? Well, TMZ caught up to Magic Johnson's son EJ, walking through LA with a buddy yesterday
Horrific. Louisville's Kevin Ware went up to block a shot in the first half of the Cardinals' game vs. Duke, but his leg snapped like a twig when he came down. It was bad enough to make both head coaches cry and devastate the Louisville sideline. The Cardinals recovered to beat Duke and move into the Final Four.
We thought Lisa, the self-described California coconut, might not have heard of the Mexican Easter tradition of cascarrones, the confetti-filled eggs that you crack on people's heads. Fernie may have surprised her, but she had heard of them, although -- speaking of egg whites -- Miss Cali calls them "confetti eggs".
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