Daily Archives: April 12, 2013

Family Ties TV Show Cast, “The Keatons” Then & Now 30 Years Later

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: Yahoo TV

Posted: Friday April 12, 2013 @ 7:24 p.m PST



On Sept. 22, 1982, TV viewers were introduced to the Keatons: a loving family of hippie parents with three kids. The show transformed a young unknown actor named Michael J. Fox into a pop-culture icon. Here’s a look at what Fox and the rest of the cast are up to 30 years later.





“Notice” New K-Pop Male Group Formed With Ex-Members Of Other Groups

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: Koreaboo

Media: Koreaboo

Posted: Friday April 12, 2013 6:23 p.m PST



Another new male group has appeared on the scene and this time around its members aren’t new to the scene.

NOTICE is a six member boy group with ex-members of various older k-pop projects. Kim Dowan (’82) was the leader of five member group TAKE which debuted in 2003. Park Jungmin, on the other hand, started off his musical career as part of Soulmate, while Ji Youngil was a vocalist in Uboyz. Rapper Han Woori is known for his rapper role in O.N, a trio which debuted in 2007 through “Once and Again.” Together with two new members, Park Hoon, and Jjeudong, NOTICE was formed.

Earlier today, the new six member group released their first single “Dangerous.” While member Han Woori participated in the creation of the single by writing his own raps, Kim Dowan is responsible for the choreography.

What do you think of their new song?

Tianlang Guan, 14 (Pro Golfer) Controversial Slow Play Penalty At Masters

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: Yahoo Sports

Posted: Friday April 12, 2013 @ 5:47 p.m PST



In keeping with the applicable rules, [Guan] was penalized … when he again exceeded the 40-second time limit by a considerable margin,” the Masters said via a statement.

The ruling is a rare one in tournament golf and moved Guan to 4-over par, putting his chances to make the cut for the Masters – a remarkable accomplishment – in jeopardy. All Guan could do was wait as the final players trickled in, setting the cut line.

When Jason Day finally putted out some four hours later, establishing a two-round best 6-under par, Guan had just snuck in by a single stroke. He’s the youngest player ever to make the cut at the Masters.