For MTD Radio this is Eugenius with the Ski Apache Ski Report for Thursday December 05.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela died Thursday at the age of 95. Through the years, he'd worked with many top musicians at various charity events, and still others served as ambassadors for his charity. Others were simply inspired by his lifelong fight to end apartheid in South Africa. Here's a selection of reactions to his passing:
The Fifth Beatle, an upcoming film project about late Beatles manager Brian Epstein that's based on a popular graphic novel of the same name, has a director. Peyton Reed, whose credits include Bring It On, The Break-Up and Yes Man, has signed on to helm the flick.
In May, The Doors released an official app for the iPad that treats fans to an in-depth, interactive look at the music and history of the famed Los Angeles rock band. Now, the program has been expanded with some fascinating updated content timed in conjunction with what would have been late frontman Jim Morrison's 70th birthday -- Sunday, December 8.
Elton John, his longtime lyricist Bernie Taupin and members of The Clash are among the music stars who have personalized skateboard decks that will be auctioned online starting Thursday to benefit a charity founded by famous skateboarder Tony Hawk.
A rare set of early lyrics to "Born to Run" handwritten by Bruce Springsteen while he was working on the song has brought in big bucks at a Sotheby's auction held Thursday in New York City. The document, which was expected to fetch between $70,000 and $100,000, sold for $197,000, including the auction price and fees.
(LONDON) -- News of Nelson Mandela’s death at the age of 95 made its way to the London premiere of the highly anticipated biopic, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, about the former South African president and liberator.
(LOS ANGELES) -- At 32, Jennifer Hudson is in full stride — the Oscar-winning actress can be seen in three vastly different movie roles this year.
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Hayden Panettiere is ready to plant some roots — the Nashville star is buying a home in Tennessee.
(NEW YORK) -- The Von Trapps found out last spring that The Sound of Music, the movie based on their real-life family that fled Austria to escape the Nazis during World War II, was being remade after almost 50 years into a live television event.