Teaser poster for Pixar’s INSIDE OUT
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YASSSSSSSSSS You were saying about Gaga failing?
I don’t care that I’m spoiling the ending of the Figment comic series, but I gotta say this was pretty much the perfect way to end the book and the perfect day to release it what with it being Epcot’s anniversary (though I wish we could have seen the Imagination pyramids in the distance too).
You know how the Save Maelstrom campaign sparked that #believeinepcot hashtag on Twitter? This IS the hashtag right here. Epcot’s a park all about possibilities, discoveries and new ideas, not just Magic Kingdom overflow.
This was a pretty magical book and I’m really wondering when they’ll announce the next title or even if the next attraction they choose will be able to top this book.
Interesting how a “fading” artist:
- Scored her third #1 album in a landscape dominated by pop music with a jazz album
- Managed to score TWO #1 albums in less than one calendar year (ARTPOP and Cheek to Cheek)
- And became the first female solo artist to earn three #1 albums this decade
So for my AP United States History class we have to write a research paper; my topic is the gay rights movement in America. Today I began reading one of the books that I chose as a source
And I opened it up to the dedication page and found this
And if you don’t think that’s one of the sweetest and most romantic things ever then get out of my face
Today marks 43 years since Walt Disney World first opened.
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s jazzy new duets album, Cheek To Cheek, debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. It’s the second No. 1 for Bennett and the third for Gaga.
The standards album, released Sept. 23 on Streamline/Interscope/RPM/Columbia Records, sold 131,000 copies in the week ending Sept. 28, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It also hits No. 1 on both the Jazz Albums and Traditional Jazz Albums charts.
88-year old Bennett is the oldest living act to earn a No. 1 album, beating a record he set himself back in 2011. That year, a then 85-year old Bennett scored his first No. 1 album with Duets II (which included a collaboration with Gaga on “The Lady Is a Tramp”).
Gaga previously led the list with ARTPOP, less than a year ago, and Born This Way, in 2011.