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Rumor of Stephen Sommers fired from ‘G.I. Joe’, a false one

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In response to the flying words that director Stephen Sommers was fired mid-way through ‘G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra’, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura as well as Paramount have come out with a denial. Words that director Stephen Sommers being shunt out from “G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra” apparently hold no truth in them. In an interview with Latino Review, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura has set things straight, saying “It’s very unfair to Steve, it’s completely untrue he was never asked…

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Jamie Bennett still in denial

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Jamie Bennett still contends that there was no strategy behind the distribution of his allotment of the tickets to the city’s suite at Tropicana Field, however, as reported today: “After Bennett announced his candidacy for mayor, he began giving his tickets to supporters and community leaders across and even outside the city, according to a St. Petersburg Times review. Bennett gave two of his campaign’s earliest supporters, arts leader Bob Devin Jones and St. Pete Beach Mayor Michael Finnerty, several…

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Things wasted

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It’s all a mess now. No second second-chance. I left New York a year to the day after I left St. Petersburg. I felt rejuvenated, restored. In my first weeks back, I lectored at my church, joined the Friends of North Branch Library, saw old acquaintances never forgotten. Life was grand. I wrote an article for Creative Loafing. I won the fang-and-claw at Tiger Bay. I was back. I mean baaaccckkk. Then He came knocking. My old friend Politics. For…

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