Welcome to Tweet Repeat, your daily dose of the best celeb anecdotes found on Twitter. We've scoured the site looking for the funniest, weirdest, goofiest, deepest, craziest, sweetest, most intriguing thoughts of the day, from the most intriguing people on the planet internet. Today we found some pretty great tweets from stars like Seth Rogen, Danielle Fishel and Jordin Sparks discussing everything from social media to pet peeves. We also found out from Heidi Klum that Project Runway is letting fans help cast season 12. See what else your favorite celebrities were discussing today in the Twittersphere! Just tried to favorite a friend's text. — Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) May 24, 2013 Congrats to those who graduated or will this year! Keep your head up, you're almost there! #classof2013 — Jordin Sparks (@JordinSparks) May 24, 2013 Well, @bobsaget and I are following each other now. I think this means we're mature? That can't be right. #TGIFamily — Danielle Fishel (@daniellefishel) May 24, 2013 Huge THANK YOU to all who've bought my book & made it a national best seller! It's already in its 4th printing! YOU … say.ly/aFl5TDV — Ross Mathews (@helloross) May 24, 2013 Pet peeve--- when you ask someone "What is ____?" Or "What does ___ mean?" And they respond with "You don't know what that is?" Well duh... — Brooklyn Decker (@BrooklynDecker) May 24, 2013 Wishing everyone a safe &happy Memorial Day weekend & thankful to those that honor our Country with their selfless service #GodBlessAmerica — Heather Dubrow (@HeatherDubrow) May 24, 2013 Hey #ProjectRunway fans! We're letting you help us cast Season 12 with #RunwayRedemption! mylt.tv/14kOjF2 — Heidi Klum (@heidiklum) May 24, 2013 Photo credit: Getty
In a few weeks the fifth annual BAMcinemaFest at the Brooklyn Academy of Music kicks off, bringing a wide away of stellar content to New York’s hippest borough. Today, the full line-up has been revealed for the festival, which runs from June 19th to the 28th, which includes the New York premiere of the documentary “Peaches Does Herself” about punky synth pop star Peaches (complete with a live performance by the star) and the New York premiere of “I Used to Be Darker,” the new film by Matthew Porterfield. Get your subway tickets ready: it’s going to be a good one.On Tuesday, June 25th, “Peaches Does Herself” will have its New York premiere. Anyone familiar with the aggressively avant garde pop rocker will undoubtedly want to show up (she’s kind of the best) and the documentary promises a campaign of shock and awe, complete with “cameos by stripper Sandy Kane and transsexual porn star Dannii Daniels.” In other words: you might want to leave mom at home. What’s more is...
Pity the Gowanus Canal. A forgotten relic of Brooklyn's industrial past, the garbage-choked waterway is now home to a putrid stew of toxic waste.
New York's well-to-do bike-sharing naysayers are on a roll. Opponents of the city's long-awaited Citibike program, which has been in development for years and will begin service on Memorial Day — no matter what these preservationist condo owners have to say — notched several significant victories against New York's Department of Transportation over the past week, after a month-plus of delirious outrage, a small journalism scandal, and destructive vandalism to the solar-powered bike racks installed throughout posh Brooklyn and downtown Manhattan. ...
EXCLUSIVE: The Toronto International Film Festival has set the Godfrey Reggio-directed Visitors to have its world premiere at the festival on September 8, in a most splashy manner. The film has an original score by Philip and it is being presented by Steven Soderbergh. While that filmmaker is stepping away from directing features, he’s not done backing them and has been a big supporter of Reggio’s work since Koyaanisqatsi 30 years ago. The Toronto premiere will be presented in 4K digital projection and live accompaniment by members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Michael Riesman. The premiere will be held that Sunday at 6pm at the Visa Screening Room at the Elgin Theatre. Said TIFF Director and CEO Piers Handling: “Reggio’s Visitors is a poignant, powerful film. Coupled with live performance by 65 Members of the TSO, this event is an opportunity for Toronto audiences to be moved and to experience film in a whole new way.” Of his involvement, Soderbergh told me: “I was a producer on the last Qatsi film but had lost touch with Godfrey and out of the blue I emailed his producer, Lawrence Taub. He told me they were in the last stages of cutting his new movie. They brought me out to Red Hook in Brooklyn to ... Read More »
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A self-described anarchist from Brooklyn who refused to testify before a federal grand jury thought to be investigating a 2008 bomb explosion in New York's Times Square was sent to jail on Tuesday after being found in civil contempt.
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