Published July 8, 2009
Tags: CNN, Decatur, Kyoto Joe's International Cuisine, Los Angeles, memorial service, Michael Jackson, North Carolina, Off the Wall, Pouya Dianat, Staples Center, Sunset Beach, Twitter
Jermain Jackson tosses a rose on his brother's casket.
So, Michael Jackson died a week and a half ago. I didn’t write anything about it because I didn’t know about until about four hours after the news went public. I had been watching “Wendy and Lucy,” which is very good. Regardless, when Michael Jackson dies, in this news cycle, it’s old news an hour later. And I’m not one for those big, hefty retrospective essays either. The only thing I know about him really is that I like “Off the Wall.” Continue reading ‘Michael Jackson service reveals collective insanity, typing issues’
Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry shut down Decatur's The Grange Public House for two days to shoot "Why Did I Get Married Too" yesterday and today.
The frickin’ bean counters in Hollywood are loving Decatur. We had “H2″ and “Zombieland” and “The Blind Side” and now Tyler Perry. Continue reading ‘Tyler Perry filming in Decatur, residents claim to have seen his movies’