Shirtless Scott Eastwood? Yes Please
Oh Scott Eastwood, what are you trying to do to us? Spotted running in nothing more than jeans and a belt, is he just trying to get our attention? Well, it worked. Our curiosity is piqued and we can't look away.
Yes, Scott is looking good from his head to his bare toes, a body that is out of control. And where did he get that body? Probably his father. After launching his acting career in Flags of Our Fathers in 2006, Scott Eastwood appeared in papa Clint’s films Gran Torino and Invictus. You might also recognize him from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D.
Scott Eastwood has more in the works, anticipating the release of a new romance movie, The Longest Ride, in which he stars alongside Britt Robertson.
Stay tuned, also, for a parody of top -rating reality show The Bachelor being produced over at Funny or Die. Yes, Scott is in want of a loyal, loving… dog. Competition is fierce, with contestants letting their passions off leash-- sloppy kisses and altercations over who gets the bone.
Ever humble, Eastwood says, 'I'm just looking for a special dog who is willing to play, take naps, no drama and that won't stare at me when I'm having sex – with a woman, of course.'
BEST LOOKS FROM RUPAUL DRAG RACE SEASON PREMIERE
'Bitch I'm from New York, and you can wear fur in spring. Kay?' Was the snappy retort from Pearl, after she gracefully marched down the catwalk in RuPaul’s latest season, number 7, of Drag Race. All in all, there is some serious fashion going on this time round, which is appropriate since the premiere falls smack bang in the middle of fashion season. For the first challenge, RuPaul asked the queens to show their fierce selves via their best spring/summer couture.
The ladies stepped up to the challenge. Movies provided the inspiration for a number of looks. Max, from Minneapolis, seemed to have spliced the vintage style of Daisy from the Great Gatsby with the robot from classic sci-fi film Metropolis. Miss Fame bore flaming red hair reminiscent of Poison Ivy, which cascaded over some impressive 1930s style shoulder pads. Kennedy Davenport, a renowned queen from Texas, was turning it up in a southern belle silhouette gown that featured psychedelic pink and yellow print that looked something like Russ Meyer’s sexploitation film Valley of the Dolls.
Other queens took their inspiration from various other sources, like Jayden Diore, who wore a Beyonce –styled, shimmering gold one -piece. Violet Chachiki looked like she’d just arrived from the world’s most glamorous gymkhana. She sported black sequins and tartan plaid, riding gloves, and a cap with a hole for her ponytail.
Take yourself to one of the public bar screenings of Ru Paul’s Drag Race when the first episode of the current season debuts on Monday March 9th.
NEW BREW: SAM ADAMS REBEL RIDER SESSION IPA
Last year, Samuel Adams released the Rebel IPA -- packaged and flavored to break from the company’s passé image and attract the funky, off beat craft beer market.
Samuel Adams has followed up that release with this year’s new Rebel Rider Session IPA. The packaging looks almost the same, except the IPA is red and the Session IPA is blue. So what is the difference?
For IPA lovers the sessions can be somewhat controversial. Kevin Gibson explores the brouhaha while sampling the Rebel Session. Less malts lead to a fainter color, but with just as many hops, including Citra, Topaz, Cascade, you can still count on the taste.
So is this session IPA worth a test run? Check out the full review for Gibson’s final word on the subject https://www.alcoholprofessor.com/blog/2015/03/02/new-brew-sam-adams-rebel-rider-session-ipa/
WASHINGTON AND NEW ENGLAND DRINK PICKS FOR SUPER BOWL XLIX
It’s Super Bowl, and across the country, bars, barbeques, and parties are packed with neighbours, and friendly strangers. This year, anticipating a tense showdown between the Seahawks and the Patriots, Brian Petro went hunting for the best libations Seattle and Boston have to offer. In 3 categories -- wine, beer, and spirits-- Petro breaks down the stats.
Like the Super Bowl, this is a close competition. Washington is the third largest wine producing state in the country, offering drinks as fine as Chateau Ste. Michelle. But, Boston has its wineries, too. How does the award winning Boston Beer Company compare to Seattle’s Elysian Brewing, which is currently making a buzz? Is Seattle headed in the right direction with their innovative distilling methods, or has Boston got the better idea, looking to resurrect traditional techniques?
With both Seattle and Boston boasting champion teams, which can claim the best brew? Find the answer here - https://www.alcoholprofessor.com/blog/2015/01/29/washington-and-new-england-drink-picks-for-super-bowl-xlix/