Florence had named the child Mary -- to honor Al's mom -- and by age 2, little Mary was already belting out, "The Star-Spangled Banner." The toddler couldn't speak complete sentences yet, but she could belt out her mommy's "Olympic song," which had Al speechless. Mother and daughter were inseparable, and by the time Mary was 2½, Florence would sit her down at the kitchen table and teach her the ABCs. Florence would break out books, flash cards and shapes to quiz Mary all morning, before they'd head out to the track in the afternoon.
Now in its 15th year, the NAG LAN is Southern Africa’s largest BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer/Console) LAN event. In 2017 the NAG LAN will be hosted at the annual rAge Expo in Johannesburg. Gamers will spend 52 sleep-deprived hours playing multiplayer games on the same network, competing against each other, swapping stories while slaying dragons, and questing is where long-time online friends finally meet in the flesh, and new friends are made over the weekend. Whether you’re planning on moving the payload in Overwatch, raging at your team mates in DOTA 2, or fragging your way to victory in a heated game of Call of Duty, the NAG LAN is an unforgettable experience, and each year the tickets sell out in minutes.
Corey Feldman has never met a paparazzi he didn’t want to show his fingers to. He’s in New York promoting his new movie A Tale of Two Coreys about his and the late Corey Haim’s success and struggles in Hollywood. Feldman is credited as one of the writers and producers of the film, so naturally he hired good looking actors to play himself (as a child and older.) We’re guessing the movie revolves mostly around HIM. The last time we saw the tragic Corey Haim – he was smoking outside one of those celebrity autograph shows and he told the photographers – both pros and amateurs – crowded around him, that for $50 he’d go to their hotel room and pose for them privately.