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MONDAYS • Applebees 14 South Jersey Locations – $1 Tacos, $3 House Margarita, & $3 Coronas. *After 9pm in the bar • GOODFELLOWS - : $2 Bottles Bud & Bud Light • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra - All you can eat Snow Crab Legs $23.95 plus tax from 6 - 9pm $10 buckets of Miller Lite • STARKY’S POUR HOUSE - Waterford works / Monster Martini’s $5 Three Olice Martini’s TUESDAYS • Jug Handle Inn Cinnaminson NJ – Texas Holdem Tourney, $3 “Big Daddy” 23 oz Coors Light Drafts • GOODFELLOWS - $2 Bottles Michelob Ultra & Coors Light • Ott’s - Twee Dollar Tuesdays $2 Domestic Drafts, $3 Premium Drafts • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra - All you can eat Mussels (in red or white sauce) & bread $9.95 per person $10 Lager Bottle Buckets (4) from 6 - 9pm • STARKYS POUR HOUSE - WATERFORD WORKS / TACO TUESDAY $1 Taco’s $3 Margaritas & Mojitos WEDNESDAYS • Fred & Ethel’s Tavern Smithville NJ – 25 cent wings, $2 Coors Light Bottles • GOODFELLOWS - : $3 Bottles Heineken, Heineken Light, Amstel Light. Karaoke with Mike Maggio Wednesday from 8pm to Midnight • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra - PUDGY WING NIGHT 35 CENT WINGS from 6 - 11pm (eat in only not available for take out not combined with any other wing offer) $10 Miller Lite Bottle Buckets (4) from 6 - 11pm • STARKYS POUR HOUSE - WATERFORD WORKS / ALL U CAN EAT SNOW CRABS ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT • Buffalo Wild WingsSicklerville / Trivia & Wing it Wednesdays THURSDAYS • Fred & Ethel’s Tavern Smithville NJ – 2 for 1 appetizers at the bar • GOODFELLOWS - LADIES NIGHT $2 MARTINI'S, $2.50 Bottles Bud Light Lime, LandShark and $3 Three Olives Vodka drinks • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra - THURSDAY Live Music by Danny Quimby & Friends All you can eat Mussels (in red or white sauce) & bread $10 per person “LADIES NIGHT” $6.00 Martinis for the Ladies CELEBRITY BARTENDERS DANIELLE CARR • STARKYS POUR HOUSE -WATERFORD WORKS / HAPPY HOUR AND DAILY LUNCH AND DINNER SPECIALS Every Thursday is Seafood with Steve G from the Motts Creek Pickers @ 7pm • Buffalo Wild Wings-Sicklerville /Boneless Thursdays FRIDAYS • Fred & Ethel’s Tavern Smithville NJ – Live entertainment • GOODFELLOWS - $3 Bottles Corona, Corona Light & Twisted Tea. Karaoke with Mike Maggio Friday from 8pm to Midnight • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra -FRIDAY September 7th Squid at 8pm NO COVER $2.00 Lager/Lager Light Bottles & Pints 6 - 8pm $3 Grape/Cherry Bombs 8 - Midnight!!! • STARKYS POUR HOUSE -WATERFORD WORKS / HAPPY HOUR AND DAILY LUNCH AND DINNER SPECIALS Every Friday @ 7pm with John Sauer from Shut Up Justice SATURDAYS • Fred & Ethel’s Tavern Smithville NJ – Live entertainment • GOODFELLOWS - $3 Bottles Heineken, Heineken Light, Amstel Light • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra - SATURDAY September 8th Love Junk NO COVER $2.00 Coors Lite Drafts Noon - 6pm $2.75 Coors Lite Bottles 9 11pm • STARKYS POUR HOUSE -WATERFORD WORKS / HAPPY HOUR AND DAILY LUNCH AND DINNER SPECIALS SUNDAYS • GOODFELLOWS - $2 Bottles Coors & Coors Light • The Stone Grille - Ladies Night $5 Martinis OFF our Martini Menu (all day) • Curran’s Irish Inn Palmyra - SUNDAY FUNDAY Karaoke with DJ Drew 7 - 11pm ALL day and ALL Night $2 Miller Lite Pints • STARKYS POUR HOUSE -WATERFORD WORKS / Happy Hour and Daily Lunch and Dinner Specials

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DO THIS Atlantic County

Oct 5-7 The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Hammonton Oct 6-7 Oktoberfest Smithville Village Oct 6-7 Atlantic city Arts and Craft show Boardwalk Oct 8-9 Ms. Senior America 2012 Pageant Oct 11 Second Annual Art at Night Chili Cook Off Noyes Museum of Art Oct 13 4H Model Railroad Train Show and Swap Meet Shore Mall Egg Harbor Twp Oct 13-14 Irish Festival Historic Smithville Village Oct 16 Koresh Dance Company Richard Stockton College Burlington County Oct 6-10 Paintings and Sculptures by Donna Payton Oct 6-7 23rd Annual Cranberry Festival Bordentown

Camden County Oct 2-4 Alumni Exhibition Camed County College Oct 6 Daisies Between Earth & Sky Festival Camden Children's Garden Oct 7 21st Annual Blackwood Pumpkin Festival Oct 14 Mum Madness and Pumpkin Parade and Family Festival Childrens Garden

Cape May County Oct 4-16 Cape Mays 20th Century Renaissance Oct 9 Music Under the Tyranny of Metternich Ocean City Library Oct 11 Al Harrison Dixieland Band VFW Post 386 Oct 12 2012 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble "Fore" Scholarships Golf Tournament

Gloucester County Oct 4-Oct 12 Vietnam War Era Exhibit South Jersey Museum of American History Oct 11 Styx Td Bank Arts Centre Oct 12 The Rat Pack Together Again Broadway Theatre of Pitman Oct 13 Panther Prowl 5k Run Oct 15 Free Film Series Monroe Twp Public Library

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The Cocktail Corner Beer School By Staff Writer Jaime Knutson

By Staff Writer Lionel Schnell

Carmel Apple

Beer Brined Chicken

Ingredients: 3/4 oz Apple schnapps 3/4 oz Butterscotch schnapps

Ingredients:

Mixing instructions: Mix equal parts of freezer cold schnapps.

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2QuartsBeer* 2QuartsWater or ice 1Cup Kosher Salt 1/2 Cup Sugar 4Each Bay Leaves 1Bunch Thyme, fresh 1Each Yellow Onion, peeled and chopped 1Each Lemon, quartered 4Each Garlic Cloves, peeled and sliced Directions: Brine Option 1: If you have planned ahead, this option will give you more flavors. In a large pot, add beer, salt, sugar, bay leaves, thyme, onion, lemon and garlic. Bring to a simmer for 10 minutes and remove from heat. Add the remaining ice; this will help cool the brine solution. Refrigerate for 1 hour or until brine is well chilled. Use either a large 2 gallon container or 2 gallon Ziplock bag and add the chicken, then top off with the brine. Place in the refrigerator or in an iced cooler for 12-24 hours. Brine Option 2: In a large container or 2 gallon size Ziplock bag, add all the ingredients (water instead of ice) except the chicken; mix well. Add the chicken to the bag. Place in the refrigerator or in an iced cooler for 12-24 hours. Oven Cooking Instructions:Remove the chicken from the brine, rinse well, pat dry and let rest while the over is preheating to 475°F. Place bird on a roasting rack or large sauté pan and roast until the internal temperature is 160°F, about 45 minutes. Remove from oven and let rest for 15 minutes for any carry over temperature (the chicken will continue to cook even outside the oven, do to the high heat) and the juices to redistribute, before carving. Smoking Instructions:Follow either brine option 1 or 2. Instead of using an oven, use a smoker (fire, gas or electric) and cooking using a hot smoke technique, keeping the temperature at 250°F until the internal temp of the chicken is 165°F. For wood chips, I would recommend Apple, Pecan or Cherry wood chips soaked for 30 minutes in the same beer you used in the brine. These woods give a nice sweet smoke, giving a nice background smokiness instead of over powering with the flavor of hickory

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SOUTH JERSEY EVENTS List Your South Jersey Events For FREE at SocietyPageMag.com View Events on Your Cell Phone or Tablet Today SocietyPageMag.com is Completely Mobile Friendly BALLYS NO LISTINGS

BOARDWALK HALL Oct 13 Philadelphia 76ers vs. Brooklyn Nets Nov 9 Carrie Underwood Blown Away Tour Feb 22 The Who

RESORTS Sept 29 Global Boxing Series Oct 13 The Four Tops Oct 27 Giogos Mazonakis Nov 3 Boyz II Men Nov 10 Judy Gold Nov 10 Ragheb Subhi Alama

Medford Oktoberfest, Saturday, October 6th from 3pm-7pm. Held at Ironstone Village. Enjoy a beer garden, food, live music, entertainment, local vendors and more.

Oktoberfest in Historic Smithville Type: Family, Festivals/EventsDates: Oct 6 - 7, 2012Location: Regional EventsAddress: Historic Smithville Village Greene: 615 E. Moss Mill Road Smithville, NJ 08205 Phone: 609-652-7777Admission: FreeHours: Sat & Sun 10:00am - 5:00pm Description: Over 100 Juried Crafters, an international food court, music and children's activities. Also visit our 60 speciality shops.

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Mar 2 Born This Way Ball Tour: Lady Gaga

BORGATA Sept 28 The Temptations Sept 29 Tony Bennett Oct 5-7 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons Oct 6 Rev Run & DJ Ruckus Oct 7 Kenji Wu, A-Lin & Anthony Oct 12-13 Frank Sinatra Jr. Oct 20 Rick Springfield Oct 27 John Legend Dec 1 Daryl Hall and John Oates Jan 18-20 Rob Thomas Feb 8 Rufus Wainwright

CAESARS Oct 6 Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson Oct 6 Ian Anderson Oct 12 Jackson Browne Oct 20 Fiona Apple Nov 2 Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers Nov 30 The Moody Blues Dec 1 Brian Setzer Orchestra

GOLDEN NUGGET Sept 29 Craft Beer Tasting Sept 28-30 Oktoberfest on the Deck Oct 27 1964: The Tribute Nov 16 Don Felder

Sept 28 Dada Life Sept 28-30 First Surfing America Prime East Event Nov 24 Aerosmith

TROPICANA Sept 28 Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes Sept 29 Adam Carolla Oct 5 Craig Ferguson Oct 12 Go Fight Oct 13 TLC's Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo Oct 20 Sinbad Oct 27-28 Al Bano Nov 17 KC & The Sunshine Band Nov 30 Gladys Knight Dec 14-Jan 31 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in IMAX

TAJ MAHAL Oct 6 Aretha Franklin Oct 13 Marinella and Natasa Theodoridou Live Oct 17 Ricci Martin Oct 20 Don Rickles Oct 27 Mika Singh Live in Concert Oct 27 James Van Praagh Nov 3 Irina Allegrova Farewell Tour Nov 3 Jeff Garlin Nov 17 Olivia Newton-John Nov 23 So You Think You Can Dance Tour 2012 Dec 1 Clay Aiken Joyful Noise Tour 2012 Jan 19 Victor Drobysh

HARRAHS Nov 3 Engelbert Humperdinck Nov 10 Shatner's World: We Just Live in it Nov 29-Dec 2 Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker Dec 1 Ron White Dec 7 Kenny Babyface Edmonds

HOUSE OF BLUES SHOWBOAT Sept 28 Joe w/K-Ci & Jo Jo Sept 29 Coheed and Cambria Oct 5 Big Sean Oct 6 Anthrax & Testament Oct 19 Streetlight Manifesto Oct 20 Slightly Stoopid Oct 27 Black Star Nov 2 Gary Allan Nov 16 Megadeth Nov 17 Mike Epps Nov 23 B.B. King Dec 8 Morrissey

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Atlantic City Ballet's Free Shows at Resorts Type: Family Friendly, Shows, TheaterDates: Sat., Oct 6th and Tues., Oct 30thLocation: Atlantic CityAddress: Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel: 1133 Boardwalk and North Carolina, AC, NJ 08401Phone: Admission: Free ticket vouchers can be picked up at the Box OfficeHours: 8:00 pm Description: The esteemed Atlantic City Ballet will take audiences on an exciting journey with two remarkable ballets. Resorts Casino Hotel and the Atlantic City Ballet announced they will do two free shows at Resorts Superstar Theater on Saturday, October 6 and Tuesday, October 30, 2012. The combination of these ballets into two stunning performances will give the audience a taste of what the Atlantic City Ballet has to offer and showcase some classic ballet shows. Both performances are being offered free to the public, and are inspiring for both seasoned ballet-goers and first time guests looking to enjoy a fun, exciting show. Audiences will be captivated by the talent of the dancers and the stories of both performances. Ticket vouchers can be picked up at the Box Office. Caught Up in The Swing: Saturday, October 6 at 8 pm “Caught Up in the Swing,” which was specifically created to celebrate the Ballet’s 30th anniversary and was first presented at Resorts in June of this year. “Caught Up in the Swing” is a comedy taking place in a hotel back in the 1920's in Atlantic City and is choreographed by founding director Phyllis Papa. The ballet is about the different people who come through the doors of the hotel. Dracula: Tuesday, October 30th at 8 pm Audiences can get into the spirit of Halloween a day early with "Dracula," choreographed by Phyllis Papa, and based on the story of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The story is set in 15th century Eastern Europe and tells of a young lawyer, Jonathan Harker who is captured and imprisoned by Dracula.

Festival of Fine Craft Type: Family Friendly, Festivals & EventsDates: Oct 6 - 7, 2012Location: Regional EventsAddress: Wheaton Arts and Cultural CenterPhone: 856 825-6800 X108Admission: $10, $9, $7. Children five and under are free.Hours: Sat & Sun 10am to 5pm Description: Named “2011 Top Ten Fairs and Festivals” by AmericanStyle Magazine. Indoors, outdoors and under a tent. Traditional and contemporary crafts. 125 juried artists from across the country present jewelry, studio glass, clay, metal, wearable art, fibre, leather, photography, watercolor, mixed medium, wood and more. Outdoor crafts demonstrations. Entertainment. Hands-on family activities. Specialty foods.

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THE WEEK Active Rock IN MUSIC

Top 40 1 MAROON 5 One More Night 2 PINK Blow Me (One Last Kiss) 3 JUSTIN BIEBER As Long As You Love Me 4 NEON TREES Everybody Talks 5 FLO RIDA Whistle 6 OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN Good Time 7 TAYLOR SWIFT We Are Never Ever Getting... 8 FUN. Some Nights 9 ALEX CLARE Too Close 10 ELLIE GOULDING Lights 11 NICKI MINAJ Pound The Alarm 12 KATY PERRY Wide Awake 13 CHRIS BROWN Don't Wake Me Up 14 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS Finally Found You f/S. Adams 15 PSY Gangnam Style 16 KARMIN Hello 17 NE-YO Let Me Love You 18 TRAIN 50 Ways To Say Goodbye 19 DAVID GUETTA I Can Only Imagine f/C. Brown 20 KE$HA Die Young 21 CHRISTINA AGUILERA Your Body 22 USHER Numb 23 ONE DIRECTION Live While We're Young 24 CHER LLOYD Want U Back 25 LINKIN PARK Burn It Down 26 ONEREPUBLIC Feel Again 27 RIHANNA Diamonds 28 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home 29 CONOR MAYNARD Vegas Girl 30 OLLY MURS Heart Skips A Beat 31 ED SHEERAN The A Team 32 TREY SONGZ 2 Reasons f/T.I. 33 RITA ORA R.I.P. f/Tinie Tempah 34 FLO RIDA I Cry 35 ZEDD Spectrum f/Matthew Koma 36 AUSTIN MAHONE Say Somethin 37 THE SCRIPT Hall Of Fame f/ will.i.am 38 CHRIS WALLACE Remember When (Push Rewind) 39 BRIDGIT MENDLER Ready Or Not 40 MEGAN & LIZ Bad For Me

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1 THREE DAYS GRACE Chalk Outline 2 HALESTORM I Miss The Misery 3 PAPA ROACH Still Swingin 4 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Coming Down 5 LINKIN PARK Lost In The Echo 6 SEETHER Here And Now 7 STONE SOUR Absolute Zero 8 P.O.D. Lost In Forever 9 SLASH Standing In The Sun 10 RISE AGAINST Wait For Me 11 IN THIS MOMENT Blood 12 SHINEDOWN Enemies 13 GREEN DAY Oh Love 14 ARANDA Satisfied 15 10 YEARS Backlash 16 BLACK KEYS Little Black Submarines 17 GASLIGHT ANTHEM 18 VOLBEAT Heaven Nor Hell 19 POP EVIL Purple 20 ALL THAT REMAINS Stand Up (Stand Up) 21 SOUNDGARDEN Been Away Too Long 22 AVENGED SEVENFOLD Carry On 23 NONPOINT Left For You 24 GREEN DAY Let Yourself Go 25 YOUNG GUNS Bones 26 CHEVELLE Same Old Trip 27 HOOBASTANK This Is Gonna Hurt 28 MARK TREMONTI You Waste Your Time 29 NEW MEDICINE Rich Kids 30 OFFSPRING Turning Into You 31 THEORY OF A DEADMAN Gentleman 32 DEUCE I Came To Party 33 TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION Turn It Up 34 REDLIGHT KING Comeback 35 CANDLELIGHT RED Demons 36 SERJ TANKIAN Harakiri 37 BLACK STONE CHERRY Like I Roll 38 HELLYEAH Drink Drank Drunk 39 FOXY SHAZAM Welcome To The Church Of... 40 DIGITAL SUMMER Forget You 41 AEROSMITH Lover Alot 42 MUSE Madness 43 METALLICA When A Blind Man Cries 44 KISS Hell Or Hallelujah 45 CHARM CITY DEVILS Unstoppable 46 BARONESS Take My Bones Away 47 SURRENDER THE FALL Love Hate Masquerade 48 12 STONES Psycho 49 ADELITAS WAY Alive 50 MARILYN MANSON Slo-MoTion

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RICHEEZ MON-FRI 3-6PM $1.50 DOMESTIC DRAFT $2 HOUSE DRINKS FREE BAR BUFFET FRIDAY 4-6PM HI-NELLA STARKY'S POUR HOUSE 11AM-7PM ALL DAY HAPPY HOUR $2 DOMESTIC 12 OZ. BOTTLES $2.50 CORONA BOTTLES $2.75 12 OZ. IMPORT BOTTLES WATERFORD WORKS SKEETERS PUB SUN-THUR 3-6PM 1/2 OFF SELECTED FOOD $2 WELL DRINKS $3 WINE BLENHEIM STONE GRILLE EVERYDAY 3-7PM $2 DOMESTIC DRAFTS $2.75 23 OZ. DOMESTIC DRAFTS $2.50 DOMESTIC BOTTLES $4 HOUSE WINE $4.50 WELL DRINKS $5 PIZZAS $5 LOADED NACHOS $5 ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES W/FRIES The Society Page Best Dressed Every Week We Pick A Best Dressed. IF THIS IS YOU YOU JUST WON A $25 GIFT CARD FROM FRED & ETHELS IN SMITHVILLE VILLAGE TO CLAIM YOUR GIFT CARD GO TO FRED & ETHELS BRING THIS AND ASK FOR TOM. BRING ID

South Jersey Car Shows & Cruises Beer CraZy by Contributing Writer, Nick Gaudio This afternoon, I decided to open up a Palo Santo Marron, by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, based in Milton, DE. I'll be honest, I'm halfway through and ready for a nap, but not because it's boring. It is anything but boring. The 12% ABV and the rich full flavor of this “brown ale” has slowed me down. Hey, can you toss me a pillow please? This is an intense beer. Labeled as a brown ale, the Palo Santo Marron is much much more. Deep brown to black in color with a creamy espresso-like head, this beer packs in the flavor, malty with a liqueur (maybe brandy) bite, and the woody flavor from aging. This beer has a mellow mouth feel and the flavors linger on the tongue and lips. The alcohol is concealed well in all the flavor. You feel the alcohol quicker than you taste it. The label on the side brags about the 10,000 gallon wooden vessel created just for this beer, and tends to sum up this beer better than I could anyway.

October 6 8 AM - 4 PM D.O.S. Weather Decision John 609-731-2926 Haddon Heights Fall Festival & Corvette Show 608 Station Ave., Haddon Heights, NJ Trophies In 14 Classes Plus People's Choice, Mayors Choice & Best Of Show Dash Plaques To 1st 100 Registered Vehicles Arts, Crafts, Local Live Entertainment Pre-Reg(bySept. 31) $15.00; D.O.S. $20.00 October 6 9 AM - 4 PM Rain Date: October 13 Camden County Habitat For Humanity ReStore Car Show 6955 Central Hwy., Pennsauken, NJ Antiques, Classics, Customs & Motorcycles Trophies For Best In Show Per Decade For Each Category Registration(by September 15) $10.00 Info: Lori 856-486-0040 or E-Mail: camdenhabitat@gmail.com October 6 9 AM Bordentown Cranberry Fest Car Show Farnsworth Avenue, Bordentown, NJ Hosted By Rollin' Oldies Car Club Open To All Makes, Years & Models Of American Marques Only Judged Show With 9 Classes Info: Jim Drake 609-273-5315 or E-Mail: james.drake@barcap.com October 6 10 AM Rain Date: October 7 City Of Burlington K-9 Unit Car Show & Fundraiser High Street, Burlington, NJ Dash Plaques To 1st 50; Goodie Bags To 1st 100 50 Trophies, Food, Music, Door Prizes Pre-Reg: $12.00; D.O.S. $15.00 Info: Lisa Schiller 609-386-0200 x 114 or EMail: Lschiller@burlingtonNJ.us October 6 CRUISE/TOY RUN 11 AM Kerbeck Corvettes Toy Run 430 N. Albany Ave., Atlantic City, NJ Corvettes Only; Food, DJ, Displays, Dash Plaques Bring A New, Unwrapped Toy Register On-Line At www.kerbeck.com Info: Dave Salvatore 609-344-2100 or E-Mail: dave@kerbeck.com October 6 CRUISE 3 - 7 PM South Jersey Street Freaks Cruise Night K-Mart, White Horse Pike (Rt. 30), Berlin, NJ (Next To Lucky Lou's Bar & Grill) Open To All Makes, Years & Models Info: Carmen Dottoli 856-768-1822 or Joe 856-397-3913 October 7 7:30 AM - 3 PM Rain or Shine Classic Powerfest Car Show Classic Chevrolet, 600 Rt. 38E & Lenola Rd., Moorestown, NJ Hosted By Classic Corvette Club All Makes, Years & Models Judged Show; Trophies To Top 50 Vehicles & Special Awards Free Hot Dogs & Soda To Participants D.O.S. $TBD Info: Harry 609-462-0998 or Chris 609-8289187


Microsoft Hires Rapper, Things Go Terribly Wrong

Microsoft didn't have much luck with one its latest celebrity promotions. The software giant recently hired the rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) to perform at a retail store for customers in Atlanta, GA, the performance, however, didn't go exactly as planned. During his performance he said "F**k these computers," and then began jumping on top of display tables while rapping. He apparently also stomped on at least five computers, according to a report from All Hip Hop's website. Needless to say, the rapper's performance didn't last very long. The Microsoft staff shut off his music and MGK was asked to get down, to which he did not respond politely. "I'm not getting down," MGK said. MGK did, however, get down and it looks like the crowd was a little disappointed. Editor's note: This idiot won't be getting any new endorsement deals soon


NEW MASERATI NAMES KILLER SUPERCAR…FROM PEUGEOT Author: George Chopek Staff Writer See More at ExoticCarResource.com

“The international spotlight of the Paris Auto Show – where Maserati introduced the new GranCabrio MC – was the perfect setting to announce the names of the three much awaited future Maserati products, the models that will give Maserati a completely new scope to 50,000 units per year by 2015. The first of the announced new models is the all-new Maserati Quattroporte, the sports luxury sedan that will continue the 50-year success story begun in 1963, when Maserati created a new segment of the automobile market with the introduction of the first Quattroporte. The new high-end E segment four-door sedan will be named Ghibli – a name that draws directly from Maserati’s rich and successful tradition. Finally, the name of the sports luxury SUV that will spring from the Kubang concept is Levante – as in Via Emilia Levante in Bologna, where the Maserati brothers, almost a century ago, dreamt of the company that today still bears their name. Considering that Levante will be marketed in 2014, the year Maserati will celebrate its Centennial, it seems a proper name and, in many ways, a bridge to Maserati’s future.”

Peugeot has a criminal on its hands. And they’re going to need some law enforcement to hold it back. With its state-of-the-art silhouette… it fascinates at first sight. Its ingenious bodywork captivates with its striking contrast of materials and colors. Its wings and doors were hand-carved by a master craftsman from a pure copper sheet. This mirror-polished metal is totally self-protecting and uses no tricks. Its aspect will change over time and create a patina effect. The Onyx is alive! The frame of the car is a revolutionary piece of design, developed with the expertise of Peugeot Sport and the Group’s research and development teams. This monolithic carbon central structure comprises only 12 pieces. The ever-so resourceful HYbrid4 technology recovers the kinetic energy that is normally lost during braking. This energy, stored in lithium-ion batteries, is automatically restored during acceleration and boosts power by 80 hp. With less than 2 kg per horsepower, the Onyx attains optimal performances without impacting the purity and elegance of its style. The passenger compartment is bathed in natural, dazzling roof-to-floor light. Like the bodywork, it is material-efficient, incorporating only what is required for its pieces and their hold. “We looked for materials fit for a supercar but in the end they imposed themselves by their obvious suitability. Carbon for high performance, copper and crystal for tradition, natural felt and paper that we handle everyday”. Sophie Gazeau, Peugeot Colours & Materials Designer. Designed with compressed and stretched felt, the passenger compartment is a one-piece pod, without seams, without joins. It is a real cocoon, enveloping its occupants and fulfilling functions that were previously ensured by a range of fittings: soundproofing, flooring, high-display console, headlining, bucket seats. The console is a pure masterpiece that showcases craftsmanship expertise. The crystal object, created by a master glassblower, is actually the fragrance diffuser holder. The essence, the spirit of this supercar is cherished inside an internal envelope. The perfume, diffused through the compartment, recreates the osmosis of the materials used.

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F1 RACING ABOUT TO BE MORE ATTRACTIVE When you think of technology, you may drift off to a world of computers, cell phones or medical equipment. However, I cant think of any other segment of our world which incorporates technology than auto racing. From raw materials, to use of those materials and the constant change of those materials being used against (or with) the laws of physics. F1 racing with the help of technology and their rulebooks is making a more “attractive” nose. The stepped noses seen on most of this season’s Formula One cars – and deemed ugly by many – are very likely to disappear next year, thanks to a change in the FIA’s technical regulations allowing teams to cover them with special fairings. The revised rules, just published by Formula One racing’s governing body, give details of the ‘modesty panels,’ which can be used to smooth the transition between the low nose and the high chassis. The fairings will not affect the car’s aerodynamics or impact-protection properties. Article 3.7.9 of the 2013 technical regulations refers to the new panels as “an optional, single piece, non-structural fairing of prescribed laminate (whose precise lay-up may be found in the Appendix to the regulations) which may not be more than 625mm above the reference plane at any point.” The rules have also been amended, as expected, to outlaw the doubleDRS system pioneered this season by Mercedes, where the team use the DRS activation mechanism to trigger other aerodynamic changes on the car. According to Article 3.18, the moveable rear wing “cannot be used to change the geometry of any duct, either directly or indirectly, other than the change to the distance between adjacent sections permitted by Article 3.10.2.”

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