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Evelyn Lozada Says She’d Go On a Date With Rob Kardashian After Tweeting About His "Big Sausage" On A Dare

Evelyn Lozada stopped by the Breakfast Club and says that, even though she tweeted about Rob Kardashian’s “sausage,” she has never seen it. She would, however, go on a date with him if he kept hitting the gym.
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Anthony Michael Hall Arrested For Disturbing The Peace

Hmmm, and yet isn’t he supposed to be the brain? TMZ reports that the The Breakfast Club star Anthony Michael Hall got arrested last night after allegedly going on a topiary-destroying rampage around his apartment complex. According to a neighbor that alerted the LAPD Pacific Division, the actor was loudly ripping up plants in the building’s common area before the arrest occurred. When the neighbor approached him about the noise, Hall allegedly threatened to “beat him to a pulp,” though that is certainly not how we learned to treat each other that one magical Saturday in the school library. We also learned to keep an eye on the janitor, as he will invariably try to blackmail you.

Once the neighbor in question returned to his apartment, Hall knocked on his door and challenged him to a fight. The man declined (graciously, we’re sure) and called the police, who took The Dark Knight actor into custody without incident. Here’s hoping Hall learns a little something about life and friendship in Adult Detention, i.e. a holding cell.

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Diddy Speaks On The Anniversary Of Notorious B.I.G.’s Death [Audio]


» by Jason Weintraub March 8, 2011, 20:18pm

The Murder Of Biggie Smalls

Yesterday, rapper/businessman Diddy took to the airwaves as he co-hosted Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club and spoke on Notorious B.I.G. on the 14th anniversary of the iconic rappers death.

“It’s a constant thing. When it’s something like that that happens and somebody who is like music you listen to and is just a part of your motivation…It’s something that you relive, but to be honest March 9 for us is a day of celebration it ain’t really like a day of mourning.”

Diddy continued to speak on Biggie’s death, reassuring that although he is lost we should look at his death as a celebration and not as a mourning.

“It goes off in New York City. Like tomorrow everywhere, all the stations especially here. It’s gonna be going hard in the paint on Biggie and then at night it goes down. Even throughout the weekend so it’s really great when you wake up on March 9 and you just hear all his records and how up to date they sound.”

Click the audio below to hear the full interview with Diddy speaking on Biggie.

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Every once in a while we need to get some culture beyond what’s found in the petri dish of clubland. Take Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, for instance, a brilliant and hilarious all-male ballet company performing for one night only (cue Dreamgirls theme song), 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Fillmore. The Trocks, as they’re known, have been hailed worldwide for their personalities, chest hair and ability to pas de deux after squeezing into size 12 pointe shoes. “We might have come to laugh, but we stayed to worship,” wrote London’s Sunday Telegraph. A far cry from the neurotic dancers of Black Swan, the Trocks parody everything from classical favorites to modern, cutting edge works, and nothing is off limits. Tickets range from $25 to $75 and can be purchased at or by calling 305-532-9898.

Moonchine Bistro has opened a new lounge, Lounge 71, which is throwing a weekly salsa party Wednesday nights complete with a free one hour class with Mike Calderon starting at 9 p.m. At 10 p.m., dancers can show off the newly learned moves to the sounds of DJ Jorge Charun and to the suds of $5 buckets of beer.

For those who’d like to learn what women want, Nikki Beach Lifestyle presents a fashion show from 1-4 p.m. featuring high fashion spring dresses and free beauty treatments. To RSVP, e-mail [email protected].

Also refreshed and spruced up is the upstairs lounge at the Electric Pickle, now known as El Bolero Room, which, according to the owners “is the bastard love child of the Electric Pickle,” complete with its own side door entry. The space is an homage to the nightclubs of the ’50s; in other words, a boozy time warp. No passport required. For a more modern spin on things, check out French music producer/ film director/electro house musician Quentin Dupieux, aka Mr. Oizo, live at Grand Central, 11 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $20 and available at

After that show, consider Vinyl & Kai’s new after hours event, The Breakfast Club, taking place every Saturday (Sunday, rather) from 3 a.m. to at least 9 a.m. featuring a special breakfast menu, full liquor bar from 3 -5 a.m. and a bar that reopens at 8 a.m. Hosted by Adora and Bird Sanchez, The Breakfast Club features DJ Chucky Brown’s mix of electro, indie rock, house and hip hop.

New in Mary Brickell Village: Fado Irish Pub and Restaurant, 900 South Miami Ave., designed and manufactured in Ireland and installed by Irish craftsmen and artisan painters with 13 other locations around the country. The five-room pub will feature Irish fare, booze, suds, live, acoustic and Celtic bands and weekend dance parties. With neighboring watering holes Waxy O’ Connors and Brickell Irish Pub, the area is quickly on its way to earning Little Dublin status.

From Dublin to Sweden: performing live at midnight Saturday at Jazid: Nathalie Bretoneche, a Swedish/Peruvian/French singer whose style fuses R&B, soul, blues and hip hop into her own brand of Latin, funk and R&B. Cover is $10.

Fusing new life into the space formerly known as Groovejet, Rain and countless other ephemeral hot spots is Treehouse, 323 23rd St., featuring a ski lodge-meets-Swiss Family Robinson-meets-South Beach vibe . Says 26-year-old owner Jeremy Waks, “I always had a clear vision of a space that would evoke all the childhood charm of a tree house, but filtered through a mature taste-level, while presenting the gritty undertones of Miami’s art enclaves.” But wait, there’s more! Treehouse is a sophisticated version of a fantastical getaway and serves as a local hideout to those looking for nightlife with a downtown sensibility in South Beach.” Fantastical indeed. There once was a time when all things fabulous had a “South Beach sensibility.” Today’s hipsters are barking up a different tree. How things have changed.

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