Harold Camping, the preacher who famously predicted the apocalypse would happen in May, has been moved to a nursing home to regain his strength after suffering a stroke on June 9.
Camping, 89, has twice predicted the rapture -- first in 1994 and again this past May 21. To get the word out, he and his followers spent millions over seven years on billboards and ads about the impending Judgment Day and the end of the world that will supposedly occur in October.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have always made an effort to include a provocative visual component with their music, an aesthetic that has encompassed everything from their outlandish stage getups to the memorably bold covers for albums like 'Blood Sugar Sex Magik' and 'Mother's Milk.'
The band is continuing that tradition with the cover for their next release, 'I'm With You,' due August 30 from their longtime label, Warner Bros. Records. The strikingly minimal image, assembled by designer Damien Hirst, is a close-up shot of a fly resting on a pill that has the album title printed on it.
As Derek Jeter returns from a recent calf injury chases his 3,000th hit, Major League Baseball Productions is following the New York Yankees captain for 'Derek Jeter 3K,' a one-hour special which will air on HBO within a few weeks after the slugger reaches the historic milestone.
He will be only the the 28th major leaguer -- and the very first Yankee -- to do so.
One viewer wrote that he was guilty of sleeping with a stripper during his bachelor party. And now, he was unsure whether he should tell his wife. Savage offered his advice without hesitation. "No!" he said.
Anything can happen in the wild world of Aerosmith, so this news is subject to change until the record is actually in stores, but it looks like the band is back in the studio with Jack Douglas -- the legendary producer who helmed their classic '70s albums.
In a video message, bassist Tom Hamilton broke the news, calling Douglas “the guy who we worked with producing our best albums of the ’70s" and promising, "It’s really going to be cool. no one who knows more about the soul of this band and the creative heart of this band."
We still haven't seen any official announcements from the band, but it's clear that something is happening in the world of Van Halen -- and the latest mini-flurry of VH activity, which includes the band's first official Facebook page and a warning from vocalist David Lee Roth to 'get ready...,' has sparked a new round of rumors regarding their long-awaited new album.
The new collection, which will be Van Halen's first full-length album since 1998's 'III' and first with Roth since way back in '1984,' has reportedly been finished with an assortment of producers led by John Shanks. Now, rumors are pointing to a fall release.
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