What could be more exciting than the 6th Annual Jew Rock Marathon?
A blessing from Jewish musician Matisyahu!
Hear his blessing at the end of this conversation that also includes info on the app he helped create that lets kids remix The Hanukkah Song!
Don’t you sometimes find yourself wishing money would just fall from the sky? Well, a 29-year-old Minnesota man made some Black Friday shoppers very happy at the Mall of America
after he tossed $1,000 cash from the fourth floor balcony inside the mall.
Serge Vorobyov made it rain on a choir, who were ironically performing “Let It Snow” on the bottom floor.
According to ABC, Vorobyov is going through a divorce and lost his car hauling business. He was spreading holiday cheer in hopes that the good karma would get back to him.
Vorobyov was cited by police and told not to reenter the mall for a year.
This poor guy was just trying to make others happy!! So much for spreading holiday cheer…
Muse’s new live album/concert film, Live at Rome Olympic Stadium, is available on CD/DVD and Blu-ray today.
Dom from MUSE talks to Roche about the band's new DVD, why they chose Rome (over say...DC), and what the heck is 4K resolution.
Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 has written his first ever children’s book, titled The Lonely Astronaut On Christmas Eve. One thousand copies of the book will be published in a limited hardcover edition. It will come in a $50 bundle, which will include a certificate of authenticity signed by DeLonge, a digital version of the book, a “Lonely Astronaut” clear acrylic etched ornament and a limited-edition T-shirt.
The book tells a story of a rocketeer who is spending Christmas alone on the moon. The rocketeer unexpectedly receives a gift from extraterrestrial friends.
Pre-orders for the book begin Monday, Nov. 25 at AngelsAndAirwaves.com. There is also a charity auction to benefit San Diego’s Rady Children’s Hospotal at CharityBuzz.com. Starting Nov. 25, fans can bid on a package containing the complete 22 pages of signed original art from the book, a DeLonge signed guitar and a meet-and-greet with DeLonge. The auction closes Dec. 13.
Today's DDTS was "The Hardest Button To Button" by White Stripes from the album Elephant, released April 1, 2003.