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There Was Glass Everywhere and it’s All Jon’s Fault!
There Was Glass Everywhere and it’s All Jon’s Fault!
Marie-Anne asked me on Thursday if I thought we should take the umbrella on the deck table down. I said, "nahhh, it's suppose to be rainy, not windy." My first red flag should have been the storm's name...HURRICANE Arthur. The phrase, "nahhh, it's suppose to be rainy not windy" keeps playing back in my mind like an echoy voice from a horror movie.
Taylor Swift Sends ‘Love and Support’ to Hurricane Sandy Victims, Asks Fans to Help ‘Restore the Shore’
Taylor Swift Sends ‘Love and Support’ to Hurricane Sandy Victims, Asks Fans to Help ‘Restore the Shore’
Taylor Swift wasn't immediately affected by Hurricane Sandy, the superstorm that battered the East Coast and NYC two weeks ago. However, the singer has fond memories of the Jersey Shore, since she spent her summers there as a kid. Swift was born in an area of Pennsylvania that isn't far from the epicenter of much of the storm's damage, so she has a connection to the region, and she wants to help r
MTV European Music Awards
MTV European Music Awards
Lady Gaga expressed that it pained her to be away from her NYC hometown during Hurricane Sandy. She wanted to be there, helping with her hands, while the superstorm ravaged the East Coast. She helped in the best way she knew how, as she was on tour and at a distance; she shared a song she wrote at age 16 called 'No Floods,' which was eerie given the lyrical content. Now she has pledged a million d
10 Funny and Uplifting Hurricane Sandy Songs
10 Funny and Uplifting Hurricane Sandy Songs
Although New York and New Jersey were dealt a striking blow thanks to "Frankenstorm" Sandy, one of the best ways to entertain yourself while the power's out and to find solace in this horrible natural disaster is through the use of music. Occasionally, many of these videos will be funny too, because with events like these, you need to bring a smile to peoples' faces. So sit back and enjo
Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert
Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert
If you could assemble the perfect concert, chances are good it would include Sting, Christina Aguilera, Billy Joel, Mary J. Blige and Bruce Springsteen -- and Friday night saw that group and more use their powers for good when they performed on Friday night's Hurricane Sandy special, with all money benefiting the Red Cross.

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