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Hollywood, CA (Feb., 15 2017) – Since 1927, the historic Hilhaven Lodge estate in Beverly Hills has been the scene for some of Hollywood’s most legendary celebrations for many of Tinseltown’s most recognizable stars. This year the legend will continue, as The Hilhaven Lodge Whiskey will star during the Oscars® and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Governors Ball after-party on February 26, 2017, as the perfect whiskey for those celebrating Hollywood’s biggest night. The Hilhaven Lodge is an award winning whiskey created in partnership with renowned directorRead More

Posted On December 27, 2016By Cat HauslerIn Buzzworthy, Music, Shows, The Scene

Preview: Decadence NYE 2016

2016 is coming to a close and that means another Decadence New Years Eve is right around the corner. Join Global Dance Events along with thousands of your closest fellow electronic dance music-loving friends in welcoming in 2017 at the Colorado Convention Center on December 30th and 31st. In its sixth year, Decadence boasts its most high-profile lineup to date and will once again be the biggest New Year’s Eve dance party in the Mile High City. Tickets are close to being sold out, so purchase them HERE before it’s tooRead More
christmas-holiday-season
With the holiday season upon us, we figured you may be looking for a few last minute gifts to share with family and friends…or even yourself! Instead of giving the usual stocking stuffers and gifts that everyone’s receiving, why not change it up and give something “green” that will actually give back!? Ditch the TVs and iPads and do Mother Nature some good by checking out some of our “smart” suggestions for those who deserve something cool and eco-friendly. Considering that a recent Nielsen survey showed 81% of Millennials areRead More
blade and bow christies
As you may know, Stitzel-Weller Distillery is known for producing some of the most legendary whiskeys in the world and the legend continues with this rare offering of 24-Year-Old Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. On December 9 this incredible liquid will go to auction through Christie’s and proceeds will benefit Robin Hood, New York’s largest poverty fighting organization. The lot up for auction contains 34 750 ml. bottles, artfully displayed in beautiful Blade and Bow bottles, as well as the barrel the bourbon was aged in. Those wishingRead More

Posted On November 1, 2016By Will GoldsteinIn Internet, The Scene

Come Play! With Janny Jelly

Tired of watching remixed, dubstep cat videos? Yes. You are. Well, good news! Janny Jelly is now a permanent fixture of the YouTube-o-sphere, here to offer a demented substitute for your feline video fixation. We had a chance to speak with creator Allie Jennings about the project. Q: What exactly is Janny Jelly? A: Janny Jelly is a children’s show for lost adults. In this web series, Janny Jelly hosts a children’s TV show- seemingly similar to classic favorites like Blue’s Clues or Sesame Street — and though she mightRead More
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Posted On August 23, 2016By StaffIn Buzzworthy, Sports, The Scene

Iconic Tide Ride Returns to NASCAR

Last week, P&G’s Tide brand announced its return as a sponsor in NASCAR, partnering with Joe Gibbs Racing and veteran Sprint Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth. As the iconic laundry detergent celebrates its 70th anniversary, the classic orange-and-yellow paint scheme will once again hit the track, reborn as the new powerful Tide PODS Toyota Camry, to showcase the evolution of the brand. Not only were Tide Brand Manager Amy Krehbiel, Coach Gibbs, and Matt Kenseth in attendance, Tide brought back all former “Tide Ride” drivers – including Darrell Waltrip, Ricky CravenRead More
Jason Redman Brickyard 400
Suffolk, Va., July 6, 2016 – In just a few short weeks, racing fans from across the country will flock to Indianapolis for one of NASCAR’s biggest events of the summer. And despite being named the winner of the annual Crown Royal “Your Hero’s Name Here” program, which renames the Brickyard 400 after a deserving hero, retired U.S. Navy SEAL Jason Redman’s name won’t be displayed around the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway – for good reason. Redman instead asked that the race bear the name of the charity he andRead More
Last year, I was lucky enough to go to Indianapolis to see the Your Hero’s Name Here 400 (formerly known as the Brickyard 400) in person. I was able to take in the race, and get to meet the heroes that had competed for the naming rights, including last year’s winner, Jeff Kyle. It was an amazing event, and one that I am proud to support. This year, the field has been narrowed down to five finalists, who you can learn more about here. Vote for your choice by JuneRead More
After months of hype, rumors, mudslinging, and conjecture… we are only at the starting line. But at least we finally know who our two major party candidates will be. So what’s next? A lot more chatter and hype. But eventually we WILL arrive at our first presidential debate. So in preparation for that epic September night, here is the official Trump/Clinton drinking game to get you through proceedings. Take ONE shot EVERY TIME the following occurs: – Hillary coughs or shows signs of illness – Trump mentions his wealth –Read More

Posted On February 19, 2016By Jackie RodriguezIn Buzzworthy, Music, Music Musings, The Scene

Upside Down & Inside Out

You’ve probably seen them on treadmills. Maybe you haven’t, but you’ve seen them dancing in a backyard. It’s probably the treadmills, though, since that’s what the Chicago-based band, OK Go, is known for– their catchy music and incredible videos and stunts that accompany them in a long, single take– starting with their backyard dance to their song A Million Ways, the video that catapulted them from sophomore artists to the band with the most downloaded music video ever, and continuing with their viral video for Here It Goes Again. ThatRead More
Several notable black individuals in the world of Hollywood filmmaking have come out in protest against the 88th Academy Awards this upcoming February. Director Spike Lee will not be attending this year due to the fact that all 20 actors and actresses that have been nominated this year are white. “We cannot support it and [I] mean no disrespect to my friends, host Chris Rock and producer Reggie Hudlin, president [Cheryl Boone] Isaacs and the Academy,” Lee wrote. “But, how is it possible for the second consecutive year all 20 contenders underRead More
Decadence 2015
A hush fell right around 9:05 p.m. on night one of Decadence 2015 at the Spaceport stage. The anticipation in the air was palpable as eager ravers looked from the people in their groups to the stage, waiting. With the initial sound from the first song JackÜ played, came a roar that echoed through the massive hall on the top floor of the Colorado Convention Center. From that moment on, the set was a party. Heavyweight producers Skrillex and Diplo, who came together to form their massive side project JackÜ,Read More
As another year comes to a close, another set of New Year’s Eve plans come into consideration. This year, Colorado’s biggest New Year’s party can once again be found at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Celebrating its fifth anniversary, Global Dance’s Decadence will take place on December 30th and 31st and will host its biggest lineup to date. To purchase tickets, click here. Decadence 2015: Must-See Artists I might sound like a broken record, but I mean it when I say that the Decadence lineup this year isRead More
Last summer, I was lucky enough to be invited to Indianapolis to take in all the sights and sounds of the Crown Royal “Your Hero’s Name Here” 500 – formerly known as the Brickyard 500. You can read all about the amazing experience I was able to have here. This NASCAR race is named after a hero, nominated by someone just like you and voted on by the people. Last year’s winner, Jeff Kyle – the brother of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle – ultimately won the honor, after beating outRead More
  I’m a huge fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In my opinion, it’s the funniest show on television, and there ain’t a close second. Watching the escapades of a group of sociopaths who run a bar – a motley crew known as “the Gang” – provides a dark sort of comedy that stands out from most laugh-tracked garbage that cable channels try to pass off as humor. It’s no coincidence that in watching the last few weeks of turmoil unfold at the University of Missouri and Yale University, I’m remindedRead More