O.J. Simpson, the ex-football star famously acquitted of murder in 1995, appeared in court on Monday seeking a new trial in a Las Vegas armed robbery case that sent him to prison as witnesses testified to what they said were blunders by his lawyer. Simpson, 65, appeared older, grayer and heavier after five years behind bars as he entered a Las Vegas courtroom in blue jail garb, his hands and feet shackled, for a hearing that could last for a week into claims that his then-attorney mishandled the Nevada case. He was brought to court from a Nevada prison where he is serving up to 33 years for the 2007 incident in which he and five other men stormed into a room at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino and took thousands of...Read more
Ms. Jolie has made the public announcement about a very private decision. Due to her family history she had a preventative double mastectomy. My god I can actually hear "Taps" being played in my head. I know it was a medical decision but I feel I should have been consulted on this issue. It is a sad sad day for her family and the American Male. Many times I watched the "Tomb Raider" movie wondering, "are those impants real or fake?" It is a sad sad day. Hopefully this will ensure a long healthy life from this point forward. Tears in my eyes.Read more
They were real and they were spectacular!...
I've asked this before and I'll ask it again ... why does ESPN continue to act as if anyone on the planet gives a shit about the Women's NCAA Basketball Championship? Do they really think that if they pretend it's a big event that people will start to believe it? No. We hate women's basketball. It's completely unwatchable. You can bring in analysts and throw rock music over a small selection of clips where the girls didn't blow the wide open lay-up but it's still a horrible horrible sport and all the politically correct crap in the world isn't going to force people to tune in. So why does my morning have to start with what seems to be an hour of post-game commentary? The game was an embarrassment. Connecticut beat the girls from Louisville 93-60. And that was the championship game. A 33 point blowout. You'll note I said "the girls" from Louisville. That wasn't out of respect, it was due to...Read more
theladyeeshow040113 Hello my friends! I hope everyone enjoyed their holy week. I'm back with a special interview from one of the biggest fans of The Lady EE Show! Francis McCloskey joins me to discuss some great topics such as The Bible series controversy, and much more. We had a great time & I'm sure it won't be the last! Several topics of conversation were discussed and it was wonderful having my first guest who's a fan. Havana Film Festival starts their festival this month April 12-19 in NY. April 5th is the "kickoff party" at the Bronx Museum at 6:00pm. I've been working with the festival since February and we have some great events planned in NYC, Astoria and the Bronx. We've been really busy every day to plan the best event in films. Next week, I will be back (unless I have more technical difficulties) with another show presenting "Career Corner", "Reality or What", B.Y.O.B...Read more
Hey everybody, giving a shout out to all the beautiful, sexy, educated and fabulous woman of the world!! Starting off the show is a classic from Ultra Nate "Free" to all the ladies!!! March 8th is a day honoring woman across the globe who give themselves each day and make life worth living!! Kudos to us woman, who support our families & friends and still have time to take care of ourselves while looking marvelous! HFFNY is hosting their annual gala at the Copacabana March 21st, 6:30pm with Live & Silent auctions with support from AFLFC. I have "Career Corner" with local job fairs for the month of March 2013. "B.Y.O.B." features 31 Rue for cosmetics & travel items and Jon Lisa Hair Salon in River Edge, NJ to get the best hair cuts, styles & color. "Fresh Play" has a nice salsa mix from Columbia.Kudos to Justin Timberlake for hosting SNL this...Read more
[caption id="attachment_113477" align="alignleft" width="640"] Curry Cooks MSG[/caption] The Knicks prevailed against the Golden State Warriors 109-105 last night at MSG. Over the years, the Mecca of Basketball, nestled in Gotham City on 7th avenue between 33rd and 32nd Streets--a bounce pass away from Macy's and the Empire State Building, has witnessed command performances by NBA royalty. Stephen Curry dropped 54 points, while conjuring up images of MJ, Kobe, and Lebron. Curry cooked and scintillated the baskets for 50 points in the final 36 minutes. He managed to push the Knicks to the brink of defeat before Golden St. succumbed to missed opportunities in the waning minutes. If you missed last night's game, look for it on NBA TV or the MSG encore. It's truly remarkable. Stephen Curry was all that. His marksmanship upstaged the brilliance of Tyson Chandler. He only had 16 points and 28 rebounds. Moreover he upstaged the Brooklyn natives, Melo and Mark Jackson. Melo dropped 35 points,...Read more
theladyeeshow022313md I'm back with another week & starting off the show is the latest song "Limbo" with Daddy Yankee, Wepa! Sunday February 24th is the anticipated 85th annual Academy Awards hosted on ABC. We will see lots of great fashions and winning films which we will discuss next week. Havana Film Festival New York is making plans for the 14th festival here in the city. There will be several events during the week, so stay tuned right here or visit www.hffny.com. Another thrilling season with Survivor & The Amazing Race around the world. You'll hear updates on the segment "Reality, TV or What" with weekly TV shows. The "Career Corner" segment has local job fairs for those who are looking for employment. B.Y.O.B. supports any local businesses and any great places to visit in the tri-state area. New York and New Jersey is still in need of help from Hurricane Sandy, please donate and help with...Read more
At age 38 New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter time in the major leagues is coming to an end soon. While many had begun to write him off before this previous season, Jeter responded with batting .316 over the course of the season. A number many had assumed Jeter could never reach again. But father time has never lost a battle and Jeter will eventually need to hang up the cleats. The real question remains whether or not Jeter will become the next sports great to become a sports analyst after their career has concluded. But according to the NY Daily News, Jeter has no plans of doing so.Read more
“I would have a hard time criticizing people,” Jeter said. “I know how difficult it is. A lot of times, ex-players come in and act like everything was so easy when they were playing. I played against them. I couldn’t criticize people. I think that would be difficult.”As...
Jerry Buss, the Los Angeles Lakers' playboy owner who shepherded the NBA team to 10 championships from the Showtime dynasty of the 1980s to the Kobe Bryant era, died Monday. He was 80.Buss had been hospitalized for most of the past 18 months while undergoing cancer treatment, but the immediate cause of death was kidney failure, Steiner said. With his condition worsening in recent weeks, several prominent former Lakers visited Buss to say goodbye. ``The NBA has lost a visionary owner whose influence on our league is incalculable and will be felt for decades to come,'' NBA Commissioner David Stern said. ``More importantly, we have lost a dear and valued friend.'' Under Buss' leadership since 1979, the Lakers became Southern California's most beloved sports franchise and a worldwide extension of Hollywood glamour. Buss acquired, nurtured and befriended a staggering array of talented players and basketball minds during his Hall of Fame tenure, from Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to...
theladyeeshow0217md2 Hola mis amigos! We are jamming with Bruno Mars "Locked Out of Heaven" which is #2 on billboard.com. Lady EE is back this week celebrating Happy Presidents Day & Black history month. Everyone is still talking about the fashions at the grammys and all the great performances such as JT (Justin Timberlake) with Jay Z on "Suit & Tie" (which Lady EE played last week right here) and others!! The Havana Film Festival in NYC will be held this year from April 12-19th, 2013. NJ has 3 AMC dine-in theatres in the area with full bar and hot food. "Fresh Play with Victor Manuelle, Gilberto Santa Rosa & Eddie Palmieri "Puerto Rico LIVE" and Ismael Miranda "Boriquen tiene Montuno"! Boricuas, stay in touch with what's happening on the island with parranda.org on twitter & FB. You'll hear "Career Corner" with local job fairs in NJ and B.Y.O.B. with great places to visit and enjoy in NY...Read more