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  • Omar is also a performer in FUNATICAL: Taking Comedy to the Extreme's We Come in Peace tour.

    Omar Regan: Ramadan Jokes

  • In a review of 'Love IS,' Entertainment Weekly called his soulful rendition of "More Than Words" (Extreme's country-rock hit) "totally gorgeous," adding: "the Ray Charles of 'Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music' would be proud."

    Mike Ragogna: HuffPost Reviews: Neil Young, Tom Petty, Elvis Presley, And R. Kelly, Plus An Exclusive Of Neil Young's Live "Harvest Moon"

  • The extraordinary Kim Hye-soo descends into a subway tunnel to suffer a memorably macabre meltdown in Tartan Asia Extreme's THE RED SHOES.

    THE RED SHOES (2005) reviewed

  • The extraordinary Kim Hye-soo descends into a subway tunnel to suffer a memorably macabre meltdown in Tartan Asia Extreme's THE RED SHOES.

    Archive 2007-03-11

  • Living in a world where Extreme's Hole Hearted wasn't universally worshipped was confusing and senseless to him.

    Random things that never quite blossomed into blog posts

  • Brian Braiker's sneak peek at the front runners: Name, age: Dave Jung, 31Stage name: C-DiddyOccupation: Actor, comedianSecret weapon: 'Classical technique and Asian fury'Song: Extreme's' Play With Me'Weakness: He won in N.Y.C., but will his act feel stale in L.A.?

    Air Guitar

  • Living in a world where Extreme's Hole Hearted wasn't universally worshipped was confusing and senseless to him.

    Random things that never quite blossomed into blog posts

  • Also not funny: Wade picking up an acoustic guitar and busting out with what I think was maybe Extreme's "More Than Words"?

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • Sometimes it's kinda nice that I'm enough under the radar (at slightly over 100 readers, from what I gather via Extreme's statistics) not to make Blogs of War's nasty little hitlist (mentioned today by Neil Gaiman, link at sidebar).

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • So with two hours left in my workday, I take a little breath and start to peruse the blogroll (to which I've added a few folks here and there based on the referrals section of Extreme's very cool tracking stats) and I find this interesting article via Cindy Roy (link at sidebar) dealing with the "ancient code of insult and revenge that is still prevalent in the American South."

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

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