Tito Torbellino Killed in Mexico; Singer Was 33 Years Old

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Tovar Rascon, a 33-year old “banda” musician, was shot and killed at a restaurant in Mexico City last night. The Phoenix native was dining inside Ciudad Obregon, according to The Associated Press, when two gunmen entered and show him at close range. He died on the way to the hospital.

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 Nicolas Cage Spotted In Drag At An AZ High School! See The World’s Wackiest Mural HERE!

If you haven’t seen Nicolas Cage in a dress, then you haven’t seen Shakespeare the way it’s meant to be done! A high school redditor from the sunny state of Arizona posted a pic today of the weirdest wall mural we’ve ever have the pleasure of seeing! It’s Nic Cage!

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 Lindsay Lohan Wears Wedding Dress on 2 Broke Girls Set

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On the heels of Lindsay Lohan’s list of lovers being leaked to the Internet comes a demure shot of the star in a wedding dress. How’s that for irony. The actress shot scenes for her upcoming guest spot on 2 Broke Girls on Wednesday, posing alongside Kat Dennings on Instagram

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 Kevin Durant: Sorry For On-Court Cussing, Grandma!

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Kevin Durant, one of NBA’s renowned good guys, has come under scrutiny for his on-court language and demeanor … from his own grandmother. After his Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Phoenix Suns Monday, Durant’s grandma congratulated him on the win via text, with a side of scolding: “Kev kev stop cussing so much they be showing u when u do,” she wrote

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 Herman Cain Sort of Supports Electric Fence on U.S. Border With Mexico

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Republican Presidential hopeful Herman Cain is sorry, kind of, and says he was kidding, sorta, for a recent comment about an electric fence protecting the U.S. Suddenly a bona fide contender for his party’s nomination in ’12, the Georgia businessman is now facing more intense scrutiny as his poll numbers surge up

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 Carlos Santana Slams Georgia Immigration Law

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Guitar great Carlos Santana was given the Beacon of Change award before the Atlanta Braves’ fifth annual Civil Rights Game Sunday against the Phillies. The Mexican-American Grammy-winner used the occasion at Turner Field to openly criticize Arizona and Georgia for their tough new immigration laws. Saying that he represented immigrants, Santana said, “The people of Arizona, and the people of Atlanta, Georgia, you should be ashamed of yourselves.” The Braves won 3-2 Sunday, but Atlanta’s still the loser, Carlos feels

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