The October issue of Ocean Drive Magazine is usually Lynn’s favorite issue of the year because they always show hot guys with big biceps. Deco caught up with this year’s cover boy, who is none other than the man who got us all to shake our bon-bons — Ricky Martin.
Ricky Martin is no stranger to Miami.
Ricky Martin: “When I hear Miami, I go back home.”
And let’s just say gracing the cover of Ocean Drive Magazine is not exactly new for him.
Ricky Martin: “It’s not my first time though, and I’m really happy that they called me again.”
Ricky’s favorite look is the cover, but how does his sound to get us livin’ la vida loca?
Ricky Martin: “I felt like a pimp, and I acted out the pimp, and it felt good.”
There was nothing but love for Ricky on the red carpet at the W Hotel on South Beach as the mag
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The husband of a woman whose body was found Friday amid the rubble of a home explosion in Madison, Wisconsin, was arrested for allegedly fatally shooting her and then blowing up the house to cover up the killing, PEOPLE confirms.
On Saturday night, police arrested Steven D. Pirus, 59, who has been jailed on suspicion of first-degree intentional homicide, arson of buildings and damage of property by explosives and first-degree recklessly endangering safety, Madison Police Department Public Information Officer Joel Despain said in a statement.
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The victim was identified as Lee Anne Pirus, 50, who investigators believe could have been fatally shot “weeks, if not months ago,” Chief Mike Koval said
Read more at: http://people.com/crime/husband-allegedly-blows-up-house-hide-wife-murder-police/
By Paul Moore
Directed by one of the finest documentarians of all-time.
Audiences have seen so many documentaries that they’re almost pre-programmed to expect a particular style and narrative approach to the subject.
The public’s demand for real-life stories, particularly those that revolve around crime and injustice, has reached fever pitch, as seen by the fact that features like Making A Murderer and The Keepers have really resonated with documentary lovers.
On this note, most documentarians would credit Errol Morris as having a seismic influence on their careers.
If you’ve ever seen The Thin Blue Line or The Fog of War then you’ll know that Morris’ approach to filming his interviews is extremely unique.
He even invented a machine, called the Interrotron, which allows him and his subject to talk to each other through the camera lens itself. His approach is revolutionary, but in
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Looks like we may have some material for a follow-up to The People v. O.J. It’s been announced that Mark Fuhrman, the former L.A. detective who investigated the murders Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Lyle “Ron” Goldman will be joining the Fox News team covering O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing.
Fuhrman was a huge part of the O.J. Simpson case. The former law officer was known to use racial slurs against African-American people, though he swore under oath that he hadn’t used these words in years. One of the most shocking elements of the case was when Simpson’s defense revealed recorded interviews of Fuhrman using those slurs, proving that he had committed perjury while under oath. When asked if he planted or manufactured evidence, Fuhrman invoked his Fifth Amendment rights. His perjury and behavior in
Read more at: http://decider.com/2017/07/18/mark-fuhrman-o-j-simpson-parole/
Episode 3 of Netflix’s true crime doc starts with Jean Hargadon Whener, the Jane Doe who came forward with startling accusations against the administrators at Archbishop Keough High School. “This is not just a story, this really happened,” she says as she lights a candle.
Doe remembers being taken to the body of Sister Cathy as an intimidation tactic to keep her from coming forward, with the abuses she suffered growing increasingly horrendous. Doe maintains she completely buried the memories for two decades before they arose again – she had created a completely normal life with no recollection of her trauma for 20 or so years. Interviews with Whener’s family reveal a semi-idyllic upbringing in Baltimore and an inclination towards religiosity. In the early 90’s, Wehner has a chance encounter with a former Keough high school student who asks her to come to a class reunion. Wehner reports experiencing extreme discomfort,
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/the-keepers-ep-3-covering-up-the-cover-up