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Adam Lanza was on a serious downward spiral in the months before he massacred 26 students and staff at Sandy Hook School, plus his mother and himself on Friday.
“Nancy told me he was burning himself with a lighter. In the ankles or arms or something,” a friend of Adam’s mother, Nancy Lanza, told the New York Daily News. “It was like he was trying… Continue reading Adam Lanza 'Getting Worse, Burning Himself' In Months Before Sandy Hook, Mom Told Pal
Adam Lanza learned to shoot with his mother, an avid gun collector.
Now Nancy Lanza is dead, shot in the face by her 20-year-old son who used one of her own weapons to commit the murder, before heading off to Shady Hook Elementary School and slaughtering 26 more students and staff.
“She said she would often go target shooting with her kids,” local business owner Dan Holmes told Reuters. He added… Continue reading Adam Lanza Shot His Mother In The Face With Her Own Gun; She'd Taught Him To Shoot!
Here Comes The Boom
In the comedy ‘Here Comes the Boom’, former collegiate wrestler Scott Voss (Kevin James) is a 42-year-old apathetic biology t… Read More
Is Henry Winkler the sweetest man in Hollywood? After speaking with us, we’d have to say so. The iconic “Happy Days” star took time out of his busy schedule — preparing for a run on Broadway in the porn-industry-set comedy… Continue reading Henry Winkler On Training In MMA, Working With Adam Sandler And The Return Of 'Arrested Development'
In the “Parks and Recreation” Season 4 finale, Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) is on her way to her new seat on the Pawnee City Council and her boyfriend, Ben (Adam Scott), is on his way to a new job in Washington, D.C. But as it turns out, he won’t be the only one missing his significant other back in Indiana — April (Aubrey Plaza) will… Continue reading 'Parks and Recreation' Season 5: Adam Scott on Leslie and Ben's relationship -- can it withstand Washington?
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Adam Rodriguez’s role as detective Eric Delko from the recently canceled TV series CSI: Miami may soon be a thing of the past, but female fans will gain new appreciation of his steamy, R-rated stripping moves in Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike. I caught up with the Puerto Rican-Cuban actor to talk… Continue reading Cine Latino: Adam Rodriguez Thanks ‘Magic Mike’ for a Better Life (Exclusive)