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Founder of; a NYC based Music Journalist and blogger. Adventuring into the Metal Scene of the Big Apple nightly.

Tribeca Enterprises Announce Return Of Tribeca Drive-In @ California’s Rose Bowl

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The Press Release:
Tribeca Enterprises, in partnership with DoorDash and Rémy Martin, announced the return of the Tribeca Drive-In series, combining the power of the movies with the majesty of the Rose Bowl Stadium. Featuring an exciting slate of new and classic films, the limited-engagement series will provide audiences with an memorable experience that’s sure to captivate audiences of all ages. The Tribeca Drive-In screening events, which will be the only drive-in experience coming to the Los Angeles area, will take place on the weekends between July 28-August 26, 2021 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA.

A signature series for Tribeca, drive-ins have been a part of the festival’s programming since its inception 20 years ago. Tapping into the nostalgia of the traditional drive-in experience, this year’s schedule will feature a robust lineup of films including: 2021 Tribeca Festival encore screenings, classic films, family matinees, short films, plus special sneak preview of a new film yet to hit theaters! Beginning today, audiences can purchase tickets at
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Paramount Pictures: “Jackass Forever” Official Trailer

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Just when you thought it was safe to go careening down a hill in a souped up shopping cart, the guys in “Jackass” are back with their fourth film called “Jackass Forever” and comes care of Paramount Pictures. The popular prank and feats of extreme stupidity will be opening soon and now you have a trailer to see what you are in store for. Its without question that I say “please do NOT try any of this at home”. Enjoy the clip.

The Premise:
The entire cast from the previous movies returned for the fourth movie, with the exception of Ryan Dunn, who died on June 20, 2011 and Bam Margera who was fired from the production in February 2021. It will be the first film in the series not to feature a guest appearance by Rip Taylor, due to his death in October 2019. (c/o Wiki).
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This Just In: NY Luxury Design Fair Postponed Until September 2022

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The Press Release:
After careful consideration, the NY Luxury Design Fair has decided to make the very difficult decision to postpone the inaugural event to September 8-11, 2022, due to ongoing complications related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fair has found great enthusiasm and support from prestigious media partners, A&D trade organizations, and many leading manufacturers, and expected robust ticket sales from trade professionals and consumers eager to attend. Unfortunately, many confirmed and prospective exhibitors, local and abroad, have communicated continued challenges including unpredictable future health concerns, managing product backlogs, current workforce shortages and travel bans, limiting corporate policies, and delayed shipping timelines.

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Presenting The 73rd Annual Emmy Award Nominations

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The 73rd Annual Emmy Awards Nominations were revealed last night and I am happy to share the full rundown of the hopefuls in this list below. We didn’t tune in to the general announcement based on a slightly busier than usual day but let’s take a look at this list and see who wants to take home the prize. Are all of your favorites in the running? Let’s see.

Outstanding Drama Series:
The Boys
The Crown
The Mandalorian
Lovecraft Country
The Handmaid’s Tale
This Is Us

Outstanding Comedy Series:
Cobra Kai
Emily in Paris
Ted Lasso
The Flight Attendant
The Kominsky Method
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Organizers Sunset The NY Times Travel Show After 17 Years

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The Statement:
After 17 wonderful years, The The New York Times has made the decision to discontinue the Travel Show. We would like to thank MSE Management and the Javits Center for their dedicaiton and exceptional collaboration over the years, as well as our exhibitors and attendees.

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Piercing Ken Thoughts: For starters I must apoligize for being a little late to the table with this news but I was not aware of the developments until very recently. That being said this news makes me sad because I really enjoyed the NY Times Travel Show and was looking forward to exploring it once again when 2022 rolled around. This event along with the BroadwayCon and the Boat Show were all January happenings that began my convention adventures for the year and prepared me for being busy by being a very hefty schedule. I hope something gets created to fill the void and that we can explore whatever that is because there were some awesome people involved and we enjoyed seeing them during our visit. Those who’ve attended the event are welcome to chime into this one with their thoughts about it ending. I wonder how many times you ended up going. I did three years of this and was at newbie status because of that and now we say farewell.