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Will Magic Bag seek equal time

In last we fit flops ek’s episode, Detroit and the Magic Stick nightclub received a shout out. A character named Zack (actor Todd Lowe), the musician husband to Rory Gilmore’s (Alexis Bledel) good friend Lane Kim (Keiko Agena), was chatting about going on tour this summer with the band Vapor Rub and playing in cit fit flops ies he’s never visited, including Detroit. Said Zack fit flops , “And we’re not just playing anywhere. We’re playing the Magic Stick. Everybody has played the Magic Stick. Crooked Fingers. The Rosebuds. Bobby Conn. Midlake.”
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Previously this spring, the CW series gave a nod to the Free Press, as one of the newspapers that soon to graduate Yale student and journalism junkie Rory had in the mix for future employment. Which she’ll need, figuratively speaking, after the May 15 series finale.

It’s Nurse Appreciation Week 2007, so the show hits the road to a different hospital each day. The sked? Today, it’s Crittenton Hospital in Rochester; Tuesday, Providence Hospital, Southfield; Wednesday, Henry Ford Bi County Hospital, Warren; Thursday, St. June 3 at the Sheraton Detroit in Novi.

They’re looking for 50 cancer survivors who face each day with courage and dignity and serve as an inspiration. That’s where you come in.

Tea with Mr. BigAcross the river in Windsor, big doings are set for May 25.

A new tea room, Once Upon a Teacup, will open at Banwell Road and Wildwood Drive. So what?

Among the backers: Actress Tara Wilson, a former Windsorite now in Los Angeles, and her boyfriend, the infamous Mr. Big from HBO’s “Sex in the City,” actor Chris Noth.

The goal is to provide a place for women and their daughters to get together, Wilson told the Windsor Star. Wilson’s sister, Stephanie Cence and pal Tina Pavivic will provide day to day oversight. Noth and Wilson are expected to be there for the opening.

Love song in the making?Star magazine reports singer Ashlee Simpson and Fall Out Boy leader Pete Wentz are inseparable. Simpson is even being compared to Yoko Ono, who was blamed for the Beatles breakup in 1970.

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Will Life Imitate Art

On Thursday, Christie announced that its sales for art b fit flops oth fine and decorative are up 53% from 2009. The famed London based auction house brought in $5.25 billion in art sales last year higher than its peak sales before the recession, an article in notes.

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Is Christie blockbuster year yet another sign that the global demand for all things expensive is finally thawing? Like most sectors, luxury goods manufacturers experienced a sharp drop in sales during the downturn. Others reported high end consumers sheepishly forgoing logo emblazoned shopping bags, instead opting for plain paper ones.

But in late 2010, that trend seemed to be reversing. shoppers to luxury stores and continued double digit growth in China. the art market in Asia is booming. In China, Christie sales of Asian art went up by 115% in 2010. In Hong Kong, the auction house art sales were up by 114%, according to Bloomberg. The prize sale in Hong Kong last year: a pair of cloisonn incense vessels for $16.9 million.

Luxury goods designers smell the opportunity. According to the Financial Times, Italian fashion house Prada is preparing to list on the Hong Kong Stock exchan fit flops ge by May, it seeks to tap voracious Asian demand for luxury goods. soup considered by many to be an during recessionary times was another hot item for Christie this year: A painting by Andy Warhol of a humble Campbell soup can and can opener was auctioned off in November for $23.9 million.

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Will Katherine Become a Vampire Again

Read at your own risk! Vampire Diaries spoilers for Season 5 from TV Guide!

It was a pretty shocking state of affairs when her royal highness Katherine (Nina Dobrev) ingested the cure in The Vampire Diaries Season 4 finale. Will the human b fit flops e looking for a way to get her fangs back right out of the gate, or will she stay mortal for a while? Julie Plec tells TV Guide that Kat isn going to be guzzling blood again anytime soon in Season 5.

the rules of how one becomes a vampire on our show which is if you inject vampire blood and then you die with it in your system a pretty big risk to take, she points out. it doesn’t work then she’s just dead and I think the one thing she’s constantly going to weigh is, much do I hate being human? Am I willing fit flops to risk actually dying forever in order fit flops to get my vampirism back? was Elena (Nina Dobrev) who stripped her doppelganger of her vampirism, but Julie says the two have more in common than just their looks. She says, know I actually think that if they ever sat down and had a bottl fit flops e of wine and a bag of chips they’d probably realize they have a lot more in common than they think. But they have a lot of hate and bitterness and altogether bad blood there so it might take a couple of bags of chips and a case of wine. Can we just have that be an entire episode?

Of course, Katherine has bigger problems than her lack of a relationship with Elena to think about. She more vulnerable than ever. Julie tells TVLine, nothing is going to stop everyone from trying to kill her. That what puts her in a pickle that is going to have her seeking out protection from unlikely sources. Who will be Katherine knight in shining armor? And does she deserve one?