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Wednesday Morning Trends 8/28

Around Northern Michigan

If you're in the giving mood, the Salvation Army food banks in Northern Michigan could really use your help. Some of their food pantry shelves are almost bare. Right now they're looking for canned meats and cereals. For more info, check out the Salvation Army's website here.

Traverse City's Business News 2013 40Under40 have been announced. This list includes the region's 40 most influential people under age 40. Winners will be honored at a celebration tonight at the Dennos Museum. Check out the list here...

 

What's Up in Entertainment

How about we skip all the Miley stuff and go straight to Alec Baldwin, he attacked another photographer yesterday in New York. The photographer tried to get a photo of Alec and his wife, Alec got the guy in a hammerlock and pinned him against the hood of a car. Both men called the police but no charges came out of it. We don't have rights to the photo but the NY Daily News does and you can see the pics here!

Remember when Matthew McConaughey lost a crazy amount of weight? It was all for the new movie “Dallas Buyers Club,” it comes out November 1st. He plays a Texas man who contracted HIV in 1986 and ends up smuggling non FDA approved drugs into the country to help other AIDS patients. The trailer popped up online yesterday...

Eminem's new song “Berzerk” is out, it samples some Billy Squier and Beastie Boys. Check it out HERE. (Be warned, this is uncensored).
 

Viral
 

This is funny! Guy walks up to people and fakes his nose being broke. He's using a noodle to make the crunching sound. Their reaction is priceless!



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People : Alec BaldwinBeastie BoysBilly SquierEminemMatthew McConaughey




 
08/28/2013 5:22AM
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