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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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    Sources close to Pitt say that he was annoyed by the filing because although their temporary custody agreement had already been made public in the press, he felt that Jolie was exposing their children to "needless pain" and increased public scrutiny by filing the documents.

    • Jolie's team, meanwhile, says Pitt is more concerned about covering up evidence of his own bad behavior.
    • In a hearing yesterday, the judge did not see Pitt's request as an "emergency action" but also did not deny the request to seal the documents.
    • Rather, a new hearing has been scheduled for January.

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    "He wore a matching tie and bottom lip lipstick too to match this horrific clothing mistake x10000. This pic makes me so frustrated that I want to delete it already ... I just opened my fridge and punched into it in utter disbelief," Cook wrote attached to a photo of Cannon. The rant goes on to tell Cannon that he "...cannon’t wear this f--king thing agin."

    • Cannon responded, telling the comedian to call him so he can school him in the "King Business." He previously explained that wearing a turban is more than a trendy fashion choice. "I want to represent my inner king, and to do it in a fly way," he said.

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    REPORT: SOFIA VERGARA BEING SUED BY FROZEN EMBRYOS: Actress Sophia Vergara is being sued by her fertilized eggs, the New York Post reports. On Tuesday, a right-to-live lawsuit was filed on behalf of the frozen embryos, listed officially as Emma and Isabella in court papers filed in Louisiana. The lawsuit comes amid the ongoing embryo custody battle between Vergara and former fiancé Nick Loeb. The embryos were created through IVF and remain frozen at a fertility clinic in Beverly Hills.

    TINA FEY IS CONCERNED ABOUT HOW THE INTERNET IS AFFECTING SOCIETY: Tina Fey and David Letterman got together at Circo in Manhattan to talk parenting, friends and of course, Lorne Michaels. In the discussion, published Wednesday in The Hollywood Reporter, she delved deep, touching on the current state of civility: "The thing I worry about more than actual human interaction is the internet. Because that's just despicable: people just being able to be awful to each other without having to be in the same room. It's metastasizing now, thanks to our glorious president-elect who can't muster the dignity of a seventh-grader. It's so easy for people to abuse each other and to abandon all civility." The entire thought-provoking piece is worth a read. Link below.

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    • Schumer says the backlash has made it evident that she's a "great choice" to play "an important and evolving icon." The plot involves the character getting kicked out of Barbieland for not being perfect enough and going on an adventure in the real world.
    • "I am strong and proud of how I live my life and say what I mean and fight for what I believe in and I have a blast doing it with the people I love," she wrote on Instagram. "Where's the shame?"

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