Kiss Finally Get the Cover of Rolling Stone

#TaniaOnTheScene - After 40 years, the original members of Kiss make their first appearance on Rolling Stone's cover

You wanted the best? It took a while, but you got the best: Forty years after the release of their debut album, Kiss have finally made the cover of Rolling Stone. Marking the band’s upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the cover image is a classic 1975 photo of the band’s original lineup: Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, plus Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, who were both gone from the band by the early Eighties.

 The Kiss cover story appears in the new issue of Rolling Stone on sale Friday, March 28th — and online today, March 26th.

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Blue Movie Music at Comic Con

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#TaniaOnTheScene - Blue Movie brings to life and to the stage “SUMMER” the sinister character from the cover of the 8MM Lovesongs Ep to perform 4 limited engagement all in conjunction to promote BLUE MOVIE’s new comic & Anime Music video release at this year’s 2013 New York Comic Con with the release of their newest comic in a 3 part series in collaboration with INBEON STUDIOS. In addition, they will also be unveiling their newest Animation Project at their booth. Make sure to stop by their booth and pick up some freebies.

NYCC Tickets have sold out faster than ever this year! Because Fans have been so excited to come to the Best Four Days of the Year.

Blue Movie will also be playing a Comic Con after-party in Times Square on Oct 12th: Times Scare, as well as a special “Blue Movie presents” show featuring their comic book character “Summer” Live on stage. This short theatrical promotions show will be their 8MM LOVESONGS EP from Cover to cover and will only last a few shows.

The band brings the “Summer Shows” to Architek’s in Jersey on November 2nd. You have plenty of chances to catch them perform, so don’t miss out!

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Free Bowl from “Noodles & Company” to Celebrate National Noodle Day

#TaniaOnTheScene - Their East Brunswick Location will give away  FREE Bowls of Its Wisconsin Mac & Cheese to Diners 18 Years and Under.

Noodles & Company, serving noodles, pastas, soups, salads and sandwiches inspired from around the world, today announced that in celebration of National Noodle Day on Sunday, October 6 it will give away FREE bowls of Wisconsin Mac & Cheese™ – its number one selling dish – to guests ages 18 years old and under at its New Jersey restaurant, located at 683 Rt. 18 South East Brunswick.

Noodles & Company brings the most popular, classic noodles and pasta dishes together under one roof to create “Your World Kitchen.”  Its menu features Asian, Mediterranean and American noodles, salads and sandwiches that range from healthful to indulgent and spicy to comforting.  Using some of the most celebrated flavor combinations in the world, there is something for everyone from kids to adults, and every dish is customizable to please even the pickiest eaters.  Favorites include the sweet and spicy Japanese Pan Noodles, veggie-filled Chinese Chop Salad, creamy Penne Rosa, zesty Med Sandwich, and rich Wisconsin Mac & Cheese.

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The Wiggles LIVE in Concert!

#TaniaOnTheScene - Parents, get the kids ready! The Wiggles are kicking off their 2013 North American “Taking Off!” tour with Gray Line New York Sightseeing this Friday, August 16th at Pier 78 in New York at 11:30AM.

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RIP “Sopranos” Star, James Gandolfini: Dead at 51

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#TaniaOnTheScene - Actor James Gandolfini is dead at 51. He suffered a massive heart attack while on a trip to Italy with his son, Michael.

James Gandolfini, the New Jersey-bred actor whose Mafia-boss character survived six seasons of mob hits and panic attacks on “The Sopranos,” died Wednesday in Italy. He was 51.

The man behind Tony Soprano was with his teenage son, Michael, 13, when he suffered a massive heart attack, a source close to the barrel-chested actor said.

Gandolfini and his family had spent “a beautiful day out together,” the actor’s assistant, Tom Richardson, told friend Mike Sullivan on Wednesday.

“When they got back to the hotel, Jimmy went to use the restroom. And something happened in there … . His sister said he was alive when they took him out in the ambulance on the way to the hospital,” Richardson said, according to Sullivan, a close pal of “Sopranos” actor Tony Sirico.

The news floored Gandolfini’s friends, fellow actors and “Sopranos” co-stars, including Steve Schirripa, who was in a box suite at Yankee Stadium when word reached him by phone. The color drained from Schirripa’s face and uncertainty reigned for a half-hour as he and other “Sopranos” cast members, like Lorraine Bracco and Steve Van Zandt called each other, desperate for details.

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National Dine Out Day

#TaniaOnTheScene - Restaurants across the country are supporting the recovery and rebuilding of the Jersey Shore by participating in National Dine Out Day on Wednesday, June 19.

“We are donating 15% of the day’s sales to the fund, said Maureen Holly of Poor Herbie’s in Madison.  We registered at http://www.nationaldineoutday.com in order to participate.  Other restaurants can do the same,” Holly said.

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Times Square to Become ‘Super Bowl Boulevard’ This Winter

#TaniaOnTheScene - Sell the matinee seats and strap on the shoulder pads — Times Square is making way for the football faithful.

Super Bowl XLVIII, the NFL championship game scheduled to be played in New Jersey in February, plans to transform Broadway from 34th to 44th streets into “Super Bowl Boulevard” next winter.

From Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, the Great White Way will feature a slew of fan-friendly activities, including football-toss contests, zip lines, photo opportunities with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and giant mockups of Roman numerals XLVIII, and a seven-story slide painted to look like a snow-covered “Toboggan Run,” which the NFL is hailing as “the statement of Super Bowl Boulevard.”

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