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Showing posts with label NEWS. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

LINDSEY GRAHAM SPEAKS ON TRUMP MENTAL FITNESS


Sen. Lindsey Graham




Sen. Lindsey Graham discusses fallout from Fire and Fury, Russia probe, Trump's mental fitness, DACA, North Korea and more.


On Trump's mental fitness


Graham reacted to Pres. Trump calling himself a "a very stable genius": "If he doesn't call himself a genius, nobody else will."


WATCH ABOVE



On investigation into Trump campaign's involvement with Russia


"I think Mr. Mueller should be able to do his job without being interfered with." Graham said. "There's no evidence of colluding yet — but I think Mueller should look." "Let Mr. Mueller do his job, and Mr. Trump, our president, should focus on his day job," Graham added.


On backing Mueller


"An attack on one party is an attack on all," Graham explained why people on both sides of the aisle should support Mueller's investigations: "In a democracy, if you don't have each other's backs in stuff like this, then you lose control of democracy."


On watching Meghan McCain grow up


Graham said McCain advised her father not to go after Barack Obama over Rev. Jeremiah Wright: "Meghan said, 'Dad, don't do it. It's not right.' And all the smart people shut up."
"She was brave enough to say something."




Lindsay Graham On The View


On his message to 'Dreamers'


"Help is on the way." Graham discussed the deal to preserve DACA, and shares his message to 'Dreamers': "This is the only country they know."

 
Additional Highlights From Yesterday's Show



Hot Topics: Women take center stage at the Golden Globes



"I'm thrilled!" Whoopi Goldberg weighed in on the solidarity shown at the Golden Globes: "I'm thrilled that the conversation is happening and that it is no longer the norm NOT to tell — we no longer accept that as the norm!"



Hot Topics: Oprah's stirring Golden Globes speech


Reports say the media mogul is thinking of running for office — Sunny Hostin said while she strongly admires and praises her work, she has some reservations: “Don't we already have someone in the White House who has no political experience — and it's not going that well." "I don't think you can just step into this role even if you're as beloved as Oprah."





Photo And Video Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney
 

Saturday, January 06, 2018

THE VIEW TALKS LOGAN PAUL AND LEGAL MARIJUANA


Highlights From Last Weeks Show





Hot Topics: New additions to View family: Sara Haines welcomes new baby


We welcome two special deliveries — Haines' daughter Sandra Grace and our production assistant Jessica's daughter Zoe!



Hot Topics: New Year's most memorable moments


They discussed the most memorable moments of New Year's Eve — from Mariah Carey asking for tea during her performance to Steve Harvey's eye-catching outfit. (Video Above)



 The View Talks Marijuana



Hot Topics: California legalizes recreational marijuana


Whoopi Goldberg reacts to the landmark new law: "This is for folks who have been waiting for a very long time." (Video Above)



Hot Topics: Things to care about in 2018


Ana Navarro says the deadly protests in Iran deserve more of our attention in the new year: "You cannot stifle freedom for that long — at some point hope will come back."




The View On Logan Paul



Hot Topics: YouTube star Logan Paul apologizes after posting video showing apparent suicide victim
Navarro reacts to Paul's video: "People just have to have some damn common sense!" Meghan McCain added: "We've become so disconnected from each other because of technology." (Video Above)




Hot Topics: Trump talks Russia probe in interview with New York Times
"He said ... 16 times ... 'There's no collusion!' ... which is Spanish for: 'There's collusion!'" Joy Behar joked.


"How can the staff allow this to happen impromptu?" Navarro asked. "He's 71 years old but you need to treat him like he's 71 days old. He needs constant adult supervision!"


"What struck me was he said he has the absolute right to do what he wants with the Department of Justice," Sunny Hostin said of the interview. "You don't have the absolute right ... there's a system of checks and balances!"




Hot Topics: Bachelor Contestant Rocks Short Hair


Navarro weighs in on the hubbub caused by The Bachelor contestant: "Some of the most beautiful women on TV, the most beautiful women ever have short hair! ... Work whatever God gives you."




Friday, January 05, 2018

JEAN SHAFIROFF STUNNING @ NY BOTANICAL GARDENS

Jean Shafiroff In Fashion



Jean Shafiroff And Victor de Souza




Recently Philanthropist and Stye Icon JEAN SHAFIROFF surprised guests in a massive "broken mirrors" couture gown and matching 'broken mirrors" gloves at the NY Botanical Gardens Winter
Wonderland Gala. The edgy pale lilac mirrored ballgown was designed by Harlem based fashion designer Victor dE Souza.



About the NY Botanical Gardens



The New York Botanical Garden is an iconic living museum, a major educational institution, and a renowned plant research and conservation organization. Founded in 1891 and now a National Historic Landmark, it is one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world and the largest in any city in the United States, distinguished by the beauty of its diverse landscape and extensive collections and gardens, as well as by the scope and excellence of its multidisciplinary exhibitions and programs. For more information go to nybg.org


Photo Courtesy Of:  BFA Photos

Saturday, December 30, 2017

BROOME STREET NEW YORKERS SHOCKED BY PENIS

Broome Street Penis





NY POST -- A towering painting depicting a shockingly life-like penis went up on the side of 303 Broome St. on Christmas Eve.



Swedish street artist Carolina Falkholt stood up and took credit on Instagram for the veiny behemoth — which lacks testicles but no doubt took cajones to paint — and said it’s really getting a rise out of folks.


Take the jump to the NY Post for the full story. 


Wednesday, December 27, 2017

BOLLYWOOD STAR KATRINA KAIF ON TIGER ZINDA HAI


Tiger Zinda Hai





Abu Dhabi, UAE -- Bollywood superstar Katrina Kaif talked about her intensive training ahead of filming for her blockbuster film with Indian icon Salman Khan in Abu Dhabi. In an exclusive interview, Kaif said that she really enjoyed aggression training which supported her action scenes, and praised Abu Dhabi as a filming destination saying that it offered “one of the best studios in the world.”


‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ is the most anticipated Bollywood movie to be released at the end of 2017 and is Abu Dhabi’s longest feature film project to date. The film was shot in Abu Dhabi over a 65 -day period with a 300-person international production team. It was released in cinemas on December 21, 2017.


DAVID ARQUETTE JOINS THE CAST OF 'MEMPHIS FIRE'

David Arquette And Derrick Redford





BURBANK, CA - David Arquette has joined the cast of Memphis Fire, a half-hour single-camera comedy pilot shot in Digital 4K about Firefighters in Memphis, Tennessee, announced show creator and writer Derrick Redford. Memphis Fire is independently produced by Redford and Auriel Jimenez. The pilot was co-written by Jeremy D. Howard, directed by Christopher Biewer.

Memphis Fire stars Arquette, Redford, Noel Gugliemi, Peter Organ, Jeryl Prescott, and Jen Kater.

"I believe that TV is the new frontier for really great story-telling and the best stories are about Firefighters in the Deep South," said Redford, who is originally from Chattanooga, TN. "I'm very excited to share 'The South' as I know it, with this show. Everyone has two first names and southern hospitality is King," he added.


David Arquette and Derrick Redford behind the scenes photo from the set of Memphis Fire.

Arquette plays Johnny Roberts, aka "Chief Roberts, a lovable screw-up who tries to keep everyone in his family and fire station crew from setting themselves on fire. Chief loves his family, his city, and pancakes, in that order. A simple man, he became a fire fighter because his father was a fire fighter, then was promoted to chief because he had been there the longest, and for no other reason at all.

"Memphis Fire is hilarious, and I love working with Derrick," said Arquette.

In Memphis Fire, the brave-ish men and women of Memphis Fire give a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of fire fighters in the Deep South. Their motto is, "You can't FIRE a 'Volunteer' Fire Fighter!" Led by Chief Johnny Roberts (Arquette), the fire fighters of Memphis Fire attempt to keep their community safe -- mainly from themselves. In this highly irreverent comedy, the settings are all Memphis based. Station 4771, a typical fire station, is where Johnny and his son Johnny Roberts Jr. (Redford) work together and explore the dynamic of their relationship as father and son as well as co-firemen.

Johnny and JR are only fifteen years apart in age due to Johnny having an overly explosive hose as a kid which adds to their unusual relationship. The other firefighters and Johnny's family, round out this hilarious cast of fire loving miscreants. Along with the fire house, settings also include The other sights around town...that catch on fire.

Arquette is represented by Jonathon Perry and Sheva Cohen at Agency for the Performing Arts(APA), and Patrick Hughes at Foundation Media Partners. Redford is represented by Desiree Middlebrook at McCaffrey Talent. Gugliemi is represented by Gloria Hinojosa at Amsel, Eisenstadt, Frazier & Hinojosa Talent Agency (AEFH), and Joshua A. Edwards at E Cubed Management.


 Photo Courtesy Of: Roberson PR

ELIZABETH VARGAS IS LEAVING ABC NEWS 20 / 20

Elizabeth Vargas




James Goldston and Elizabeth Vargas have confirmed that Elizabeth will be leaving ABC News at the end of 20/20’s 40th season. Below are the notes sent to staff.



Team-

I am writing to share some news about Elizabeth Vargas, who's been an integral part of ABC News for two decades and anchor at 20/20 for 14 years.

She has decided to leave ABC News at the end of the newsmagazine's 40th season in May to pursue new ventures.

One of the best broadcasters in our business, Elizabeth holds an historic place at ABC. She is only the second woman ever to serve as co-anchor of 20/20. She moved into that role - a daunting assignment to follow in the footsteps of our legendary Barbara Walters - with true determination to tell the stories from around the globe that explore important issues in depth and tap into significant moments in our culture.

She brought awareness to the crisis in Iraq covering Christian refugees escaping ISIS, reported on orphans in Cambodia who were given up for adoption without their parents’ knowledge, on gendercide in India, and was at the forefront of the Amanda Knox case from its earliest days.

Most recently Elizabeth spent three years documenting an inspirational family adjusting to life with a son’s rare facial condition. Her beautiful hour, “Wonder Boy,” delivered 20/20's highest ratings this season.

We've counted on her countless times for breaking news. Just in the last few years, she's anchored live specials on the 2017 inauguration and Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, reports on the passing of George Michael, Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Prince and Muhammad Ali, as well as, network coverage of the deadly Orlando nightclub massacre, the ambush on police officers in Dallas and the Paris terrorist attacks in 2015. She has been in the anchor chair for ABC for some of the biggest breaking news events in the past two decades, including the attacks on 9/11 and the death of President Ronald Reagan.

From co-anchor of World News Tonight to news anchor for GMA, Elizabeth has served in many key roles here and won nearly every award in broadcasting along the way.

But we were most proud of her courage and grace in telling her own story about her struggle with anxiety and alcoholism. Her best-selling memoir has helped so many people by raising awareness about the importance of finding treatment for millions who are still struggling. She continues to be an inspiration for us all.

As we get closer to Elizabeth's final date on the air, we will celebrate her many outstanding accomplishments with a proper send-off. In the meantime, she and her team are hard at work on several specials and investigations for the new year.

We are incredibly lucky to have had Elizabeth at ABC for so long, and we wish her the best on the next chapter in her professional life.

Please join me in thanking Elizabeth for all that she has contributed to ABC News.


James



To my 20/20 family,


I want you to hear some news about me, from me. I will be leaving ABC News, and 20/20 at the end of this historic 40th season. It has been a profound privilege to be the anchor of 20/20 for 14 years, and a true honor to work with each and every one of you. I am incredibly lucky to work alongside the very best in the business: the producers, editors, writers on this show, and the enormous team working every week to get our show on the air. I am so very proud of the stories we have told together.

I am sorry only to have to share this news with you as we celebrate the holidays. I had hoped to make this announcement after the first of the year.

This is not goodbye – I will be here through May, and cannot wait to do more work with all you in the months ahead. 


Have a happy holiday with your families, and I will see you next year.

With gratitude,
Elizabeth

Monday, December 18, 2017

ROSAMUND PIKE & "HOSTILES" CAST VISIT AOL BUILD

Rosamund Pike



Rosamund Pike with the rest of the "Hostiles” Cast, visited the AOL Build Series today in New York City.


ABOUT THE MOVIE: In 1892, legendary Army Capt. Joseph Blocker reluctantly agrees to escort a dying Cheyenne war chief and his family back to their tribal land. Embarking on a harrowing and perilous journey from Fort Berringer, N.M., to the grasslands of Montana, they soon encounter a young widow whose family was killed on the plains. The travelers must now band together to survive a punishing landscape that's crawling with hostile Comanches and vicious outliers.


REPUBLICAN VALUES: SARAH PALIN'S SON ARRESTED

Sarah Palin




We just love the Republican Palin family. Their family values and their religious beliefs  all represent what the Republican party stands for. The Palin's daughter really represents their religious Values by getting pregnant at age 17 and not married. And their son arrested for felony burglary and assault yesterday. Not the first time either. Track Palin was also arrested in January 2016 on domestic violence charges in Wasilla. Palin was charged with assault in the fourth degree, interfering with a domestic violence report, and misconduct involving weapons in the fourth degree. Republican values.



The son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was arrested again and arraigned Sunday on domestic violence charges.


Track Palin, was arraigned Sunday morning on charges of felony burglary, assault in the fourth degree and criminal mischief for causing property damage in Wasilla, Alaska, according to court records. The criminal mischief charge was for causing between $250 and $999 in property damage.


The alleged incident occurred on Saturday, according to the court records, which indicated that all charges were related to domestic violence. 



Palin Attorney John Tiemessen said in a statement to NBC News on Sunday. “They ask that the family’s privacy is respected during this challenging situation just as others dealing with a struggling family member would also request.” 



JOANNA KRUPA ADOPTS PIG FROM FARM SANCTUARY

Joanna Krupa




Joanna Krupa is helping animals this holiday season.



Joanna took time out at Farm Sanctuary’s shelter in Acton, California to visit some of her favorite animals, including Junip Sydney, whom she has “adopted” for the holidays as part of Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt a Farm Animal Program. If you’re still searching for the perfect present for that special someone, please consider Adopt a Farm Animal! For a one-time donation of $30, you can symbolically adopt one of three special Farm Sanctuary rescued residents, Maggie goat, Junip Sydney pig, or Templeton rooster. A gift sponsorship not only provides food and shelter for a needy farm animal — it creates a lasting bond between the adopter and the animal!

ADOPT HERE.

Photo Courtesy Of: Andrew Bernstein of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

CHRISTMAS AT NEW YORK'S FAMED RICK'S CABARET

Ricks Cabaret NYC




Rick’s Cabaret New York, the famous upscale gentlemen’s club located at 50 West 33rd Street, just one block from Madison Square Garden, is a great place to celebrate the Holidays.


Over 100 Entertainers at the club will wear (and mostly remove) holiday-themed outfits, and you can decide whether they have been naughty or nice!


The three-story club is festively decorated, with a lit Christmas tree on the club’s second floor VIP Lounge. Guests will enjoy dinner and drink specials throughout the days and nights of the week long December 18th through December 23rd Holiday party.


Rick’s Cabaret NYC, open daily at 12 noon, serves the club’s famous $10 three-course gourmet lunch until 3 p.m., and Dinner is served at its highly acclaimed Steakhouse until 4 a.m. See Rick's Menu here.


Rick's Cabaret New York

50 West 33rd Street


*** RICK: NASDAQ Listed
*** Over 100 Showgirls Daily
*** Three Floors of Luxury
*** VIP Private Suites, Deluxe Sky Boxes
*** Full Menu Steakhouse, Open Late
*** Roof Deck Cigar Lounge and Garden
*** Businessmen's Lunch Special
*** Newly Designed 2nd Floor VIP Lounge


TRAVIS TRITT @ THE INTERNATIONAL THEATER LAS VEGAS

Travis Tritt



Travis Tritt performed recently at The International Theater at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.


JEAN SHAFIROFF TALKS PHILANTHROPY ON FOX 7 TEXAS


Jean Shafiroff On Fox 7 Texas



Author of "Successful Philanthropy" Jean Shafiroff talked about her book and upcoming signing recently on FOX 7 in Texas. 


KELLY RIPA & ANDERSON COOPER @ CNN HEROES

Kelly Ripa And Anderson Cooper




Kelly Ripa and Anderson Cooper were photographed at the 11th Annual CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute at American Museum of Natural History in New York City over the weekend.


Friday, December 15, 2017

JOE BIDEN ON ALABAMA SENATE RACE & DONALD TRUMP


Joe Biden Talks About Running For President





Former Vice President Joe Biden reacts to Alabama Senate race, discusses his late son’s battle with cancer and more.


On Alabama special election for Senate



Biden praised Doug Jones for his Senate win, saying "it makes me feel better about the nation": "This is not just about rejecting Trump."

On Pres. Trump's heated exchange with Sen. Gillibrand on Twitter 

Biden reacted to Trump's tweet about Gillibrand: "First of all I think it's disgusting..."



Joe Biden With Meghan McCain




Biden shares an emotional moment with Meghan McCain about her father’s diagnosis
Biden consoled Meghan McCain, whose father was diagnosed with the same cancer as Biden's late son Beau: "There is hope. And if anybody can make it, your dad [can]."


On how his family is coping with the loss of Beau


"Beau is my soul." Biden opened up about how his family is dealing with the loss of his late son: "Beau is missing but we've all decided to not talk about the loss as much [as] the inspiration he was to all of us."


Biden shared an incredible story of how Beau dealt with recovery from the car crash that killed his sister and mother, with his brother Hunter by his side: "That was Beau, Beau was always the guy, from the time he was a child — always giving."

 
Biden said: "I swear, guys, we are going to beat this damned disease. We really are."



Joe Biden On The View



On running for president


Biden on running in 2020: "If, in a year from now, if we're ready, and nobody has moved in that I think can do it, then I may very well do it."

 

On his relationship with President Obama


"All those memes are basically true!" Biden joked.


WATCH HERE


Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Thursday, December 14, 2017

LO BOSWORTH AND LENS CRAFTERS HOLIDAY NIGHT

Lo Bosworth



Lo Bosworth and LensCrafters host a holiday night-out to set sights on 2018 and celebrate eye-health in New York City the other day. 


POPCORN WITH PETER TRAVERS & MATT DAMON


Matt Damon On Popcorn With Peter Travers





During a taping of ABC News’ “Popcorn With Peter Travers,” Matt Damon opened up in a wide-ranging discussion about Harvey Weinstein and others inside and outside the entertainment world who have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct this year. His full interview will be available to watch beginning Wednesday, December 27, on ABCNews.com/popcorn, the ABC News apps and on streaming platforms including AppleTV, Roku, Xbox One and Hulu.






Matt Damon opens up about Harvey Weinstein, sexual harassment and confidentiality agreements.



Matt Damon addressed the sexual allegations against Harvey Weinstein, saying, “I knew I wouldn’t want him married to anyone close to me.”



“But that was the extent of what we knew. I mean, and that wasn’t a surprise to anybody. So when you hear Harvey this, Harvey that — I mean, look at the guy. Of course he’s a womanizer,” Damon continued in an interview for ABC News’ “Popcorn With Peter Travers.”



Damon, who stars in the upcoming film “Downsizing,” worked with Weinstein on his Oscar-winning film “Good Will Hunting,” which was produced by Weinstein’s production company Miramax.



In the past year, several women have publicly accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Weinstein has acknowledged inappropriate behavior but has denied any allegations of non-consensual sex.



“Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances,” his spokesman previously said.



In a wide-ranging discussion with Travers on Tuesday, Damon opened up about Weinstein and others inside and outside the entertainment world who have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct this year.



Read part of Damon’s conversation with Travers below.



Peter Travers: We live now in a different age, in a political age. There’s a lot of dissidence that goes on in the world that could affect you as an actor. We’re also in the age of people charged with sexual misconduct. This is everywhere. How do you react to that? Especially you, as the father of four girls.



Matt Damon: I think we’re in this watershed moment. I think it’s great. I think it’s wonderful that women are feeling empowered to tell their stories, and it’s totally necessary … I do believe that there’s a spectrum of behavior, right? And we’re going to have to figure — you know, there’s a difference between, you know, patting someone on the butt and rape or child molestation, right? Both of those behaviors need to be confronted and eradicated without question, but they shouldn’t be conflated, right? You know, we see somebody like Al Franken, right? — I personally would have preferred if they had an Ethics Committee investigation, you know what I mean? It’s like at what point — you know, we’re so energized to kind of get retribution, I think.



And we live in this culture of outrage and injury, and, you know, that we’re going to have to correct enough to kind of go, “Wait a minute. None of us came here perfect.” You know what I mean? … The Louis C.K. thing, I don’t know all the details. I don’t do deep dives on this, but I did see his statement, which kind of, which [was] arresting to me. When he came out and said, “I did this. I did these things. These women are all telling the truth.” And I just remember thinking, “Well, that’s the sign of somebody who — well, we can work with that” … Like, when I’m raising my kids, this constant personal responsibility is as important as anything else they learn before they go off in the world.



And the fear for me is that right now, we’re in this moment where at the moment — and I hope it doesn’t stay this way — the clearer signal to men and to younger people is, deny it. Because if you take responsibility for what you did, your life’s going to get ruined …



I mean, look, as I said, all of that behavior needs to be confronted, but there is a continuum. And on this end of the continuum where you have rape and child molestation or whatever, you know, that’s prison. Right? And that’s what needs to happen. OK? And then we can talk about rehabilitation and everything else. That’s criminal behavior, and it needs to be dealt with that way. The other stuff is just kind of shameful and gross, and I just think … I don’t know Louis C.K.. I’ve never met him. I’m a fan of his, but I don’t imagine he’s going to do those things again. You know what I mean? I imagine the price that he’s paid at this point is so beyond anything that he — I just think that we have to kind of start delineating between what these behaviors are.



PT: It’s harder, isn’t it, though, when you actually know someone who gets accused? We both know Harvey Weinstein. I’ve worked with him. But I didn’t see any of this.



MD: When you see Al Franken taking a picture putting his hands on that woman’s flak jacket and mugging for the camera, going like that, you know, that is just like a terrible joke, and it’s not funny. It’s wrong, and he shouldn’t have done that … But when you talk about Harvey and what he’s accused of, there are no pictures of that. He knew he was up to no good. There’s no witnesses. There’s no pictures. There’s no braggadocio … So they don’t belong in the same category.



PT: I think it becomes for all of us, too, that are in any way around it, even though we’re not seeing it, is, what’s our responsibility to make sure it doesn’t happen?



MD: A lot of people said, ‘Well, Harvey — everybody knew.’ As you were saying, that’s not true. Everybody knew what kind of guy he was in the sense that if you took a meeting with him, you knew that he was tough and he was a bully, and that was his reputation. And he enjoyed that reputation, because he was making the best movies out there …



[With regard to the rape allegations,] nobody who made movies for him knew … Any human being would have put a stop to that, no matter who he was. They would’ve said absolutely no. You know what I mean? … I knew I wouldn’t want him married to anyone close to me. But that was the extent of what we knew, you know? And that wasn’t a surprise to anybody. So when you hear Harvey this, Harvey that — I mean, look at the guy. Of course he’s a womanizer … I mean, I don’t hang out with him.


PT: But you can’t live his life for him. Or be responsible for his life.



MD: Right. So the question is, at what point does somebody’s behavior that you have a professional relationship with … away from the profession bother enough that you don’t want to work with them? For me, I’ve always kind of, you know, as long as nobody’s committing a crime — well, that’s your life, and you go live it. I don’t need to be spending time with you, away from my professional life, at least.


MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE & ANNETTE BENING

Annette Bening With Warren Beatty



Annette Bening and Warren Beatty were photographed at the Museum of the Moving Image Salute to Annette Bening at 583 Park Avenue yesterday in New York City.



DWIGHT YOAKAM IN CONCERT @ LAS VEGAS CHELSEA

Dwight Yoakam



Dwight Yoakam performed at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada last night to a huge crowd.


Wednesday, December 13, 2017

NICK JONAS @ JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

Nick Jonas



Nick Jonas attended a New York special screening of 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' at Dave & Buster's in Time Square tonight in New York City.