Grapevine: No cell phones at Friday's Kevin Hart show
No cell phones at Friday's Kevin Hart show
Friday’s Kevin Hart concert at the Little Caesars Arena will have a strict no-cell-phone policy. Attendees are prohibited from texting, talking, taking photos, taking video or using social media of any kind before or during the show. Anyone caught using their phone while in the arena bowl will be asked to leave the building without warnings or refunds.
Ruby Rose named most dangerous celebrity online
Model and actor Ruby Rose has been named one of the most dangerous celebrities on the internet because she's the most likely to land users on websites that carry viruses or malware. Reality television star Kristin Cavallari and actresses Marion Cotillard, Lynda Carter and Rose Byrne rounded out the top five "most dangerous." The survey is meant to highlight the danger of clicking on suspicious links.
Detroit drummer Muruga Booker honored
Drummer Muruga Booker will be honored this month with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Detroit Blues Society. Booker is not only a drummer, but also a composer, inventor and artist. He first started performing in Detroit in the 1960s where he played with John Lee Hooker; they were often billed as “Hooker and Booker.” A recipient of six Detroit Music Awards, Booker lives in Ann Arbor, where he runs a private recording studio. He will be given his award Oct. 21 at the 2018 Detroit Blues Challenge, 7-10 p.m. at the Token Lounge in Westland.
Tiffani Thiessen — best known for playing Kelly Kapowski on "Saved by the Bell — revealed on the Nikki Glaser podcast this week that she almost got the roll of Rachel on "Friends," but was "a little too young." She was 20 at the time, five years younger than Jennifer Aniston who got the part.
Tune into "Family Feud" Oct. 9 to see the Scruggs Family from Pontiac play the game. The game show airs on CBS Detroit at 7 and 7:30 p.m.
Compiled by Melody Baetens
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