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WMGM Rock Band Search

103.7 WMGM Rocks has teamed up with Trump Taj Mahal for a Battle of the Bands competition every Tuesday night from 7p to 10p at Ego Bar & Lounge starting July 30th and ending with the finals on August 27th.  Each Tuesday will be hosted by a WMGM jock and we'll take one winner each week to battle at the finals!!!


Grand Prize is $1000 along with a gig at Ego Bar.  3 Runners up win $500 each


Each band will play 3 cover songs.  Three (3) bands will play each Tuesday with four (4) total bands making it to the finals.

(this is not a paid gig)

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    Glenn Close admits that years of therapy helped her to adjust after spending her formative years in a radical religious cult called the Moral Re-Armament. She opens up about the experience in the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter.

    The Tony winner tells the magazine, "For years, I wouldn't trust any of my instincts because my beliefs had all been dictated to me. You basically weren't allowed to do anything, or you were made to feel guilty about any unnatural desire. If you talk to anybody who was in a group that basically dictates how you're supposed to live and what you're supposed to say and how you're supposed to feel, from the time you're 7 till the time you're 22, it has a profound impact on you. It's something you have to consciously overcome because all of your trigger points are wrong."

    • The 67-year-old discusses her life in college after leaving the group saying, "I would have dreams because I didn't go to any psychiatrist or anything. I had these dreams, and they started with betrayal, a sense of betrayal, and then they developed into me being able to look at these people and say, 'You're wrong. You're wrong.' And then the final incarnation of those dreams was my being able to calmly get up and walk away. And then I didn't have them anymore."
    • Glenn also reveals that over time she has forgiven her father for bringing her into that.
    • The Moral Re-Armament still exists but changed its name to Initiatives of Change in 2001.


    There appears to be more controversy surrounding the recent post on Blake Lively's lifestyle site, Preserve. Less than a day after Gawker called out the piece "The Allure of Antebellum" for being racially insensitive, Lainey Gossip alleges that it may also be plagiarized.

    The blog did a side-by-side comparison of Preserve's post and a 2012 article from Examiner.com called "Southern belles: a beautiful part of southern culture" and pointed out the striking similarities. Jezebel put the rest of Preserve's content through a plagiarism tracker and also discovered a fitness article that appeared to be lifted from a post on About-Muscle.com.

    • Preserve launched back in July.

    Preserve's Piece:

    • "The term 'Southern Belle' came to fruition during the Antebellum period (prior to the Civil War), acknowledging women with an inherent social distinction who set the standards for style and appearance. These women epitomized Southern hospitality with a cultivation of beauty and grace, but even more with a captivating and magnetic sensibility. While at times depicted as coy, these belles of the ball, in actuality could command attention with the ease of a hummingbird relishing a pastoral bloom."

    Examiner Article:

    • "Southern belles were not considered chosen "items," such as the precious porcelain dolls that sometimes lined her parlor. She was smart, articulate, and very choosy on how things were to be handled in her home. From the cut of fine fabrics in the curtains in her living room to the smallest detail in her kitchen, the southern belle of the 1800's knew how to relegate authority and tasks with the ease of a hummingbird enjoying a rose bloom."


    'FROZEN' MUSICAL IS MOVING FORWARD: The president of Disney's theatrical group has confirmed that there is still a plan in place to adapt Frozen into a Broadway musical. He told The Hollywood Reporter, "Before the movie came out and the hubbub began, we had a midnight screening with about five people from this office. I came out at 1:30 in the morning, and I texted John Lasseter and said, 'When do we start?' Within about 60 seconds my phone rings, and it's John screaming because he's always wanted to try something onstage. There's something purely theatrical about the relationship between these two women. You can see it. My job is to corral the writers of the movie. I'm already talking to directors, and I have a design concept, and we have to begin to fashion this idea. It doesn't need to be fast. It needs to be great." The theatrical version of The Lion King has become the highest-grossing piece of entertainment in history for any medium with a gross of over $6.2 billion worldwide.

    RELEASED DATE SET FOR 'JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS': Universal has announced that the live-action adaptation of Jem and the Holograms will hit theaters on October 23rd, 2015. The movie is based on the animated series from the 80s about a young woman who transforms into a pop star with the help of her best friends and a pair of high-tech earrings. It stars Aubrey Peeples, Stefanie Scott, Aurora Perrineau, Hayley Kiyoko, Juliette Lewis, Molly Ringwald, and Ryan Guzman.

    ABC ORDERS ADDITIONAL SCRIPTS FOR THREE FRESHMAN SHOWS: ABC has ordered more scripts for their new fall shows Selfie, Manhattan Love Story, and Forever. The ratings for all three shows have been less than desirable but the network reportedly sees growth potential. ABC announced last week that How To Get Away With Murder and Black-ish will be sticking around for full seasons.

    'GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY' REACHES BOX OFFICE MILESTONE: Guardians of the Galaxy has surpassed the $700 million mark at the worldwide box office. It has become the third Disney release to accomplish that this year. The Marvel movie opened in China last weekend and broke the October record by raking in $29.8 million.

    BROADWAY TO HONOR ELAINE STRITCH: A one-night-only all-star tribute to Elaine Stritch will be taking place in New York City on November 17th. It is being directed by the director Tony-winning solo show, George C. Wolfe and feature appearances by Betty Buckley, Bernadette Peters, Christine Ebersole, Patti LuPone, Hal Prince, and Michael Feinstein. Everybody, Rise! A Celebration of Elaine Stritch will look back at some of her most memorable performances. Elaine died on July 17th at the age of 89.


    Frances McDormand believes we all need to grow up a bit. The Oscar-winner is the subject of a new piece for the New York Times where she discusses how she chooses to embrace adulthood.

    Frances tells the newspaper, "We are on red alert when it comes to how we perceive ourselves as a species. There's no desire to be an adult. Adulthood is not a goal. It's not seen as a gift. Something happened culturally: No one is supposed to age past 45 -- sartorially, cosmetically, attitudinally. Everybody dresses like a teenager. Everybody dyes their hair. Everybody is concerned about a smooth face." She goes on to explain her stance on cosmetic procedures saying, "I have not mutated myself in any way. Joel and I have this conversation a lot. He literally has to stop me physically from saying something to people -- to friends who've had work. I'm so full of fear and rage about what they've done."

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