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RABLOG for Friday, 03/05/15

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So You Think You Can Dance

Auditions for the next season of So You Think You Can Dance will be held this Sunday, March 8th in Memphis, Tennessee.  There won’t be auditions in the STL, so, if you think you can dance, the Orpheum Theater at 203 S Main St in Memphis is the place to strut your stuff.  Sunday’s open call auditions will be for show producers with the line forming at 7am.  Callbacks will be Tuesday, March 10th and are with the SYTYCD Judges Nigel Lythgoe, Paula Abdul, and Jason Derulo.

RABLOG for Thursday, 03/05/15

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Drink coffee and live longer

Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day may lower the risk of having a heart attack.  Researchers found that people who drank three to five cups of java per day had a lower incidence of having calcium deposits in their coronary arteries than peeps who didn’t drink any coffee.  Calcium deposits in coronary arteries is an indicator of heart disease.

The researchers found that people who drank just one cup of coffee a day had a slightly lower risk of heart disease than those who abstained.

I’m a regular user of the Starbucks machine we have in our break room, so I’m feeling pretty good about now!

RABLOG for Wednesday, 03/03/15

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Newest St L Walk of Fame Inductee

Christine Brewer will be on hand for her induction ceremony to the St Louis Walk of Fame on April 29 at 11:30am.  Her star will be located at 6134 Delmar in The Loop.  Christine was named one of the 20 greatest sopranos of all time by BBC Magazine in 2007.  She was born in Grand Tower, Illinois and began her singing career in the choruses of the St Louis Symphony and Opera Theater of St Louis.  After winning the Metropolitan Opera auditions in 1989, Brewer performed with top symphonies and operas around the world.  She probably won’t sing at her induction, but a four-piece ragtime band will perform prior to the ceremony which is free and open to the public.

There are currently over 140 sets of stars and plaques honoring great St Louisans like Tennessee Williams, Chuck Berry, Miles Davis, Ulysses S Grant, Stan Musial, Bob Costas, Jack Buck, Vincent Price, Nelly and John Goodman.

RABLOG for Tuesday, 03/03/15

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Guns N’ Roses working on new album

Guns N’ Roses guitarist DJ Ashba said the band is focusing on getting their next album put together.  He said the band has a lot of new material which they are going through right now.  Ashba said they are going to do a lot of touring but the album will come first.  He didn’t release any details about the tour.

RABLOG for Monday, 03/02/15

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  • “Star Trek” Legend Leonard Nimoy Is Dead at 83
  • Astronaut tweets Spock tribute to Leonard Nimoy from International Space Station
  • Kelly Osbourne is Quitting “Fashion Police” . . . Is it Because of Giuliana Rancic?
  • Madonna Says She Hurt Her Head, Not Her Butt, When She Fell at the Brit Awards
  • Lupita Nyong’o’s ‘$150k Oscar gown’ returned in garbage bag…. pearls covering dress were FAKE
  • Taylor Swift Says She’s Never (Ever) Going to Talk About Katy Perry
  • Tom Cruise is “grooming” Sam Smith to be an actor!

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America’s most popular pooches

The American Kennel Club announced its annual popular dog breed list for 2014 and Labrador Retriever was top dog for the second year in a row.  Here’s the top ten.

1.  Labrador Retriever

2.  German Shepherd

3.  Golden Retriever

4.  Bulldog

5.  Beagle

6.  Yorkshire Terrier

7.  Poodle

8.  Boxer

9.  French Bulldog

10.  Rottweiler

I’m not showing this list to Ringo the Greyhound.