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Stephen Glenn "Steve" Martin (born August 14, 1945) is an American actor, comedian, writer, playwright, producer, musician, and composer. He was raised in a small town named Garden Grove in Southern California, where his early influences were working at Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm and working magic and comedy acts at these and other smaller venues in the area. His ascent to fame picked up when he became a writer for the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, and later became a frequent guest on the Tonight Show.

Steve Martin, along with Alec Baldwin, was chosen to host the 82nd Academy Awards. It is reported that Tiger Woods jokes were omitted from the Oscars script read by hosts Martin and Alec Baldwin.

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Great Food and Fun Are on the Menu When the Ultimate Party Destination Comes to the City of Festivals
An American icon for more than 60 years, Shakey's® Pizza is bringing its tradition of great food and good times to Indio

1st Capital Bank Announces: Fourth Quarter and Year to Date 2014 Financial Results; Record Loans, Assets, Deposits, and Shareholders' Equity; Record Annual Pre-Tax Income; Introduction of Mobile Check Deposit; New Stock Transfer Agent
1st Capital Bank (OTCQB: FISB) (the "Bank" or "we") today announced fourth quarter and year to date financial results through December 31, 2014. The Bank achieved record levels of loans, assets, deposits, shareholders' equity, and tangible book value per share at December 31, 2014

DELSEY Flirts With Favorite Movie Celebrities at the American Cinematheque Awards
DELSEY, the iconic French luggage brand known for blending timeless quality and audacious design, got a little love from Hollywood's finest at the American Cinematheque Awards this week. DELSEY CHATELET, the newest romantic collection, was featured as the American Cinematheque Awards Celebrity Gift Bag.

FilmOn Networks Completes Acquisition of World's Largest Privately Owned Film Library
BEVERLY HILLS, CA --(Marketwired - April 21, 2014) - FilmOn CEO Alki David announced the acquisition of the CineBx Library with 40 other catalogues such as that of Allied Entertainment, A1 Entertainment, Four Star, and HanVideo. Together these collections include over 10,000 films and 10,000 hours of historical television footage

Reasor's Implements VeriBalance and vbEPIX to Streamline Cash Office Operations
Reasor's, a grocery chain based in Oklahoma, has implemented two solutions by Balance Innovations: VeriBalance, a cash office management system, and vbEPIX, a back office electronic check conversion solution. The solutions are installed in the chain's 19 stores and will be implemented in its newest store, set to open in mid-2014. Salutes Top Dogs
Hot dogs, wieners, frankfurters ... whatever you call them, they are the ultimate in summer time fare. Nowadays, just like its counterpart, the hamburger, the hot dog is no longer simply fast food. While the traditional dressings -- ketchup, mustard and relish -- are still fan favourites, the onslaught of new toppings are practically catapulting this simple meal to haute cuisine

Attention, Hollywood: Repo Screenplay Auction Launched on eBay
Author Luke Salazar, ex-repo man and former private investigator, has launched a repo screenplay auction on eBay. The option for his feature-length screenplay RUINING LIVES, based on auto repossession in Los Angeles in the 1990s, has a mere $299.95 starting bid. The auction began April 15th at 8am PT, and ends on April 25th.

'Old man' Woody Allen still 'wants to be one who gets the girl'
Woody Allen's various connections to high-profile actresses much younger to him have been a mainstay of his career, but "while he gets older, they stay the same age".

How news of bin Laden's death first spread on Twitter
Researchers have found that opinion leaders and celebrities played key roles in spreading news of Osama bin Laden's death in Twitter after he was killed by U.S. Special Forces.

MEDIA ALERT: Jerry Lewis: Celebrating More Than 60 Years in Show Business
What: Jerry Lewis: Celebrating More Than 60 Years in Show Business Why: A celebration of the career of the legendary Jerry Lewis, and the release of the 1959 television production of "The Jazz Singer," starring Lewis and being released on DVD on February 7 by Inception Media Group. When: Tuesday, February 7. Media check-in at 6:00 p.m., arrivals 6:30-7:30 p.m

The Mars Volta Noctourniquet Sixth Full Length Studio Album Out March 27 on Warner Bros.
Known for such landmark releases as the gold-certified De-Loused In The Comatorium and Frances The Mute and 2008's The Bedlam In Goliath which featured Best Hard Rock Performance Grammy winner "Wax Simulacra," The Mars Volta returns in epic and unexpected fashion with its sixth album: Noctourniquet which will be released March 27 by Warner Bros.

Jimmy Fallon Releases Comedy Record on Warner Bros. Records
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon's multi-talented host, Jimmy Fallon, has joined the Warner Music Nashville roster to release his comedy record off of Warner Bros. Records. Set for release in Summer 2012, the record will include music, parodies and other impresario compositions that became instant classics after performances by Jimmy and his guests on the Late Night show

Grammy Award-Winning Singer & Actress Jill Scott Announces New Album Date "The Light Of The Sun" Out June 21st
Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Jill Scott releases her new album The Light Of The Sun out June 21st, moved up one week due to overwhelming response. Featured in TIME Magazine's Top Summer Music list, the eagerly awaited fifth studio album releases on Warner Bros. Records.

Real Estate Auctions Account for Estimated $74.8 Billion in 2010, According to Gwent Group Study
Real estate auctions accounted for $74.8 billion in sales during 2010, according to a new estimate by the Gwent Group, which first began tracking the auction industry in 1985. And with personal property included, auctions during the year came to more than $284 billion.

Rapper Common's White House appearance lacking in class, decency: Palin
The White House's decision to host rapper Common at a celebration of poetry has been described by former Alaska Governor and 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate as lacking in class and decency.

Drew Barrymore buys $7m mansion
Drew Barrymore has bought a six-bedroom, five-bath, Mediterranean-style mansion in the tony Santa Barbara enclave of Montecito, for about 7 million dollars.

James Franco, Anne Hathaway to host 2011 Oscars
James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be co-hosting the 83rd Academy Awards, according to the organisers.

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