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Coming to Cincinnati for the All Star Game? Some hopefully helpful tips

I didn't see a post like this but then again I didn't see anyone ask for one either. Anyway, if you're coming to Cincinnati for the ASG and have never been here before, you've probably got some typical traveler questions, like "Where do I eat?" and "What's there to do besides the ASG stuff?"
So first, welcome to Cincinnati! Given the events are downtown, this post will mostly stay local to the immediate area. There's plenty of things to do in the region but chances are you're mostly looking to stay downtown. If you want to venture further out, feel free to ask questions.
To start, if you need help going from event to event, look down! There should be a green path laid out for you to get from place to place. This picture is from last year's event at Target Field. The Fan Fest and ballpark here in Cincy are roughly 8 blocks apart.
Places to See Here is a map of the general downtown area. I've circled a few places of note and pointed out where FanFest is located relative to all the rest.
The immediate area around the ballparks is what we call "The Banks" along the riverfront. You'll find a pretty neat park (the green area south of the ballpark at the bottom of the picture) with some fountains and plenty of green space. There's also an indoor carousel about a block west of GABP. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a block north of the carousel (circled on the map). The circle in the middle of map represents Fountain Square, which you can use as a point of reference for getting around. It has a cool, super old fountain on it (cool as far as fountains go, I guess), and various restaurants/bars in close proximity. On the wikipedia page you can see the Tyler Davidson fountain itself goes back to 1871 (and is on the US NRHP), although no longer on its original site.
There's a casino downtown (not in the picture above) just north of the ballpark. If you take Broadway north its about a 5-10 minute walk.
Just west of downtown is the Union Terminal Museum Center. It's technically walkable but I would take a bus or a taxi/UbeLyft or something.
North of downtown is an area called Over-The-Rhine (OTR for short) that is in the midst of revitalization. It has a wide variety of bars and restaurants, and is home to Findlay Market which is the origination point of our Opening Day Parade. It's also a really nice farmers market. OTR also has a strong brewing history, and many microbreweries dot the landscape. Ask any local and they'll no doubt be able to point you to their favorite.
And of course, right at GABP is the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. You can learn all about the history of our Redlegs right at the park itself. And speaking of Redlegs history, if you're interested in viewing the site that Crosley Field once occupied, I hear there is some kind of shuttle service running back and forth. I regret to tell you that the site is no longer home to the park, but MLB/Reds are doing something at the site. I couldn't find good details on what, unfortunately.
Places to Eat/Drink Around the ballpark at the Banks area are a lot of places to grab a bite to eat. In addition to chains like Jimmy Johns, Ruth Chris, Toby Keith's I Love This Bar, and Yardhouse, you'll find The Holy Grail bar, their sister Italian restaurant Santo Graal next door, Tin Roof, CRAVE, Jefferson Social, and Moerlein Lager House. For those unadventurous types, there's a Wendys just north of GABP on 4th between Main and Sycamore.
Up on Fountain Square, you'll find Chipotle, Pot Belly sandwiches, Rock Bottom Brewery, Panera, Dunkin Donuts, and two local favorites, Servatii Pastry and Graeter's Ice Cream. Southeast of the square you'll see a Currito (burrito place that I happen to love). On 6th just east of the square is a strip of restaurants/bars (like Sotto, Boca, Silver Ladle, Pi Pizzeria to name a few) and a Starbucks for those needing their fix (there is also a Starbucks closer to the path from FanFest to GABP at 4th and Vine). On Walnut just north of 6th are a few restaurants and bars, like Nicholson's Pub, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, Nada (mexican), Scene Lounge (bar), and The Righteous Room (bar).
At Findlay Market are a whole variety of places to eat, but my favorite is Eli's Barbecue. Eli's is cash/check only I believe.
Edit: A short walk across the river into Kentucky is Newport on the Levee, where there's a ton of bars and restaurants as well. Hofbrauhaus is a pretty popular beer garden. There's a cool aquarium over there too. There's a Gameworks on the Levee if that's your kind of entertainment. There's a bar I like called Beer Sellar as well, has a huge selection of beer on tap. There is a pedestrian bridge just east of Great American Ballpark, past US Bank Arena, the Taylor-Southgate bridge.
This is totally not an exhaustive list. Ask anyone local and they can probably rattle off a dozen more places to eat or drink. Finally, for those willing to try the much-maligned Cincinnati-style chili, there is a Skyline at 7th and Vine, as well as 4th and Broadway. Grab a 3 way (spaghetti, chili, cheese), a 4 way (with onions or beans), or a 5 way (with onions and beans) or just a cheese coney. There are lots of local chili parlors, and there are practically turf wars when it comes to people's favorites.
At/In the Stadium At the northwest corner of the stadium (near the main gates) are a series of statues honoring former Reds greats, from Joe Nuxhall and Ted Kluszewski, to Johnny Bench and Joe Morgan. Also in this area is the only team shop accessible without entrance to the ballpark itself. Further towards the river (viewable from outside the park and accessible from inside) is a rose garden. The white rose in the center of this garden represents where Pete Rose's 4192nd hit landed, back when Riverfront Stadium was around.
Inside the park from the main gates you'll see two cool mosiacs: one of the 1869 Red Stockings, and one of the Big Red Machine. Once seated, in right center field are the power stacks. I don't know what is planned for the ASG, but when a Reds pitcher strikes out an opponent, the power stacks emit plumes of fire. When a Reds player hits a home run, fireworks are launched from them. These stacks are a reminder of the steamboats that were very common along the riverfront in the 19th century (you'll probably see a few on the river if you look out that way). On each stack are 7 baseball bats, totally 14, symbolizing Pete Rose, as MLB prohibits the Reds from displaying his number.
You'll find souvenir shops on the terrace level, on the first base side of right and the third base side of left. There's also some shops behind home plate on the terrace level as well, towards third, including one that sells game-used items like baseballs, helmets, jerseys, and so on.
On the first and third base sides of the terrace level are two bars serving craft beers. The bar on the first base side also serves Bulleit bourbon.
Inside the park you can try the "hidden" food of GABP: the legendary SkyRosa. While you used to be able to order it straight up, now you have to build it yourself. At the LaRosa's (our local pizza chain), purchase a slice of pizza (cheese or pepperoni at your choosing). Then head to a Skyline and get a cheese coney. Put the coney on the pizza, wrapping the coney like a taco. Eat.
That's the end of my super post here. I hope this is helpful for anyone coming to town for the next week. If you have any questions please post and I will try to answer to the best of my ability.
ADD 1: tommyturntup highly recommends checking out the Covington and Mainstrasse. It's a walk across the Roebling Bridge, which terminates on the Ohio side right at Smale Park next to the ballpark. Speaking of, did you know the Roebling Suspension bridge was designed by John Roebling, the designer of the Brooklyn Bridge? At the time of its completion, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. The Carew Tower, opposite Fountain Square, was the model for New York's Empire State Building.
ADD 2: x-post of the suggestions link from /reds for some stuff I might have missed
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THINGS TO DO IN LOU: Last Weekend of ReSurfaced Edition! [October 23-26]

Hey, y'all! sethra007 and I are teaming up to share what's going on in Louisville every week. This post highlights goings-on around town for tonight through Sunday.
A reminder that if you're a parent, check out the HUGE number of events on the Louisville Family Fun site. Many of the events LFF lists are free or very low cost, so it's a great way to entertain and educate your young'uns.
ALSO - Haunted Things are OPEN! Go HERE for a complete listing of Halloween related things in town!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23
For a FULL listing of events head over to Do502 - these are the top 10 or so of 37 events
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24
Last day to send reddit exchange gifts!
For a FULL listing of events head over to Do502 - these are the top 10 or so of 51 events
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25
For a FULL listing of events head over to Do502 - these are the top 10 or so of 50 events
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26
For a FULL listing of events head over to Do502 - these are the top 10 or so of 27 events
DON'T FORGET TO ADD / COMMENT WITH ALL WE'VE FORGOTTEN :) - ALSO if you have an event you DON'T see on Do502 - email it to [email protected] and I'll make sure it gets put up :D
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Guys, I have some frustrations with Cincinnati, and Im going to vent here. Maybe you all can help me out

(This was originally posted with the Cincinnati Esteem problems thread and I thought it deserved its own post)
I am frustrated with Cincinnati. I grew up here and left for college for 3 years. Now I am back and I feel so disappointed in the city I once loved. I grew and changed, but it feels like Cincinnati didn't and sometimes I don't really feel like I want to live here anymore. I lived in Milwaukee, WI for the past 3 years and here are my frustrations with Cincinnati.
Downtown Cincinnati still sucks, and needs some serious work. Listed below is why:
The revival of OTR is something I think is great, but we need to diversify the cost of what is going in there and shut down the shootings. It is bullshit that people will do random drive-bys. You want people to feel safe in a formerly dangerous area then we need to work harder at stopping that. The prices for things seems to not have any diversity. We need some lower priced food then $10 hotdogs.
The Horseshoe casino is the biggest piece of shit I have seen. I think that people being able to walk in dressed sloppy stained tshirts and ripped pants. You know what, I can accept that they want to get people in there to spend money, so they allow all dress in, I can be ok with that. But the biggest turn off at that casino, is making the minimum bet on a table $10-$15. I find that being a huge pain in the ass. If I want to gamble Im only going to bring $100 max to lose. I want to play some blackjack for fun, only being able to play a minimum of 10 hands is ridiculous. Slots are stupid boring, and from what I have heard is the Casino is not making the money they thought they were going to as well.
I find Cincinnati way too spread out. All of my friends live out in blue ash, evendale, glendale, westchester area and they never have any interest in driving all the way downtown to do something and it seems like there is never anything to do in the area between us (i live in Mt. Lookout). Where are the downtown attractions to lure them in. They will only go to so many Reds or Bengals games. Where are the events?
Finally, the girl I am currently dating lives in N. Kentucky. The majority of our dates have taken place there. Why? Because we would rather be in Newport and have all of the options available to us there than in downtown Cincinnati. I try to rationalize to myself that Newport might as well be part of Cincinnati, but to be honest it just isnt.
Honestly, I just want there to be a hipster resurgence. I want more crazy fusion bistros like Senate. I want more accessible dance places like Pulse (that dont suck). I want more dancing like swing or salsa. I want there to be things to do that make my friends want to come downtown with me and not cause me to drive up to 275 to just see a movie.
Now, all in the light of honesty, I was in Milwaukee for school. I only really discovered all the things to do there last year when I finally started looking. I have been in Cincinnati for the last 3 months as I looked for a job. So maybe I havent figured out how to put my finger on the pulse, but as of right now, as a mid 20s male...Id rather be in Milwaukee. More music, More food, More fun. Inside and outside of the city.
SO if you guys can help me find these things, so I can fall in love with this city again, I would be really grateful. The Weekend happenings go a long way to helping, but more resources would be great too! Thanks Cincinnati
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THINGS TO DO IN LOU: Forecastle Weekend Edition!

Hey, y'all! sethra007 and I are teaming up to share what's going on in Louisville every week. This post highlights goings-on around town for tonight through Sunday.
A reminder that if you're a parent, you owe it to yourself and your kids to check out the Louisville Family Fun site. If I started posting all of the kid- and family-focused events that they list, we'd be here all day. Many of the events LFF lists are free or very low cost, so it's a great way to entertain and educate your young'uns
JULY 17
This event features Valerie Schirmer from Three Toads Farm demonstrating how to pot succulents in Stoneware. Schirmer’s demonstration will include tips about soil, watering, sunlight, temperature and other key components for keeping your Stoneware succulent thriving year-round. Held in Stoneware’s new GE Mongram Experience Kitchen, the open house style event will be catered by Maison - A Boutique Culinary Company with complimentary “from the garden” themed hors d'oeuvre and cocktail tastings. The Lifestyle Series is designed to showcase authentic, local makers of products that complement the Stoneware products and lifestyle.
Come enjoy a pleasant summer evening at the Ice House's new wine tasting series, Straight from the Bottle. Led by industry expert Erica Schnell, each series explores different tasting techniques and samplings of seasonal varietals and distinct blends from around the world. An assortment of appetizer pairings will be offered during the tasting, and a cash bar will be open for refreshments before and after each class. To purchase tickets call 502-589-4700.
Eron Plevan, head mixologist from The Oakroom will teach guests how to make a few of his signature cocktails. Guests will enjoy four of Eron’s favorite cocktails with Bourbon Barrel Foods’ signature snacks.
Forecastle and craft beer kings Against the Grain Brewery will be hosting the official Forecastle Kick-Off Party to start your weekend off right! Stop by for local eats, treats, and drinks, plus all GA & VIP weekend pass holders can pick up your wristbands in advance from 5pm to 7pm! We'll also have a live music from Louisville favorites Second Story Man with The Debauchees starting at 7pm on the patio. RSVP now and join us for a heckuva good time!
MUST RSVP THROUGH YELP! At this special event, the center will allow Yelpers who are 21+ to come in and play with all of the displays and experiments after the center closes to the general public. Special adult beverages -- inspired by childhood favorites like Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Ecto Coolers -- will be provided by Fireball, Chila Orchata and Epic Vodka. Other surprises are in the works! And then at 7:30 p.m., attendees will go into the center's new state-of-the-art, four-story digital theater and watch a Hollywood classic: "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark." This movie is among several circa 1980s films that the center will be showing over the summer.
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Junior Olympic competition for trampoline/tumbling, acrobatic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics
9 a.m.-12 p.m. Rhythmic gymnastics, junior and senior elite
1:30-4:30 p.m. Trampoline and tumbling, junior prelims
6-9:30 p.m. Acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and synchronized trampoline, senior
Down One Bourbon Bar and Restaurant is teaming up with entertainer and magician Richard Darshwood for an evening of Magic, Dinner and Bourbon. Seating is limited, so guests are encouraged to make reservations. The event includes a mystery-filled evening with a three-course dinner and four courses of entertainment from Darshwood. Dinner starts with appetizers for the table, our house salad, a choice of Roasted Gerber Chicken Breast with Three Potato Hash, Brussels Sprouts and Gravy, or Shrimp and Grits, and Bourbon-Raisin Bread Pudding for Dessert.
The Third Thursday Hoedown in Germantown returns July 17, celebrating its second birthday at its comfy home at Danny Mac’s, featuring local caller Alex Udis to the old-time tunes of semi-local band Hen Cackle. Doors open at 7 with a beginner’s square dance workshop at 7:30, and dancing will take place from 8-10:30, featuring predominantly simple and traditional southern figures.
JULY 18
(weekly on Friday until August 29, 2014) Join the Kentucky Center on Fridays from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. for a class of yoga postures, flow, and deep relaxation. Come to the Main Lobby of The Kentucky Center by 11:50a, and bring your own mat and water!
9 a.m.-12 p.m. Rhythmic gymnastics, junior and senior prelims
9 a.m.-12 p.m. Trampoline and tumbling (juniosenior) and acrobatic gymnastics (Junior Olympic)
1:30-4:30 p.m. Junior Olympic rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling
1:30-4:30 p.m. Acrobatic gymnastics, junior
6-9:30 p.m. Acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline, senior
Outkast, Spoon, Twenty One Pilots, Gary Clark Jr., Local Natives, Action Bronson, JJ Grey & Mofro, Against Me!, Nightmares On Wax (live), The Black Lips, St. Lucia, Mim0sa, Benjamin Booker, Leagues, Foy Vance, The Districts, Willie Watson, Old Baby, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Curtis Harding, Public
Louisville’s home to Friday evening Twilight Shopping (6-9 p.m.) with music, Kentucky inspired food & drink, and entertainment! Friday only $5, One day Pass $12 or Two day Pass $20 Children under 12, admitted free
Forecastle kick-off -opening early at noon. Our favorite country boys, that is Country Boy Brewing, are bringing the good stuff for a very special Forecastle kick-off tapping, featuring: ~ Country Boy/West Sixth Country Western ~ PaPaw’s Red ~ Bourbon Barrel-Aged Black Gold Porter ~ and more!
JULY 19
9 a.m.-12 p.m. Rhythmic gymnastics, junior and senior finals
9 a.m.-12 p.m. Junior Olympic acrobatic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling
1:30-4:30 p.m. Rhythmic gymnastics (Junior Olympic) and trampoline and tumbling (juniosenior finals)
1:30-4:30 p.m. Acrobatic gymnastics and trampoline, junior finals
6-9:30 p.m. Acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline, senior finals
Jack White, Band of Horses, Dwight Yoakam, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Jason Isbell, Slint, Lord Huron, Spanish Gold, Kygo, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, Hurray for the Riff Raff, The Soul Rebels, Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, Boy & Bear, Mount Moriah, Young & Sick, Johnnyswim, JaLin Roze, Goodbye June, The Wans, Jill Andrews, Anwar Sadat, Chancellor Warhol
Lee Daniel’s The Butler watches as Cecil Gaines serves eight presidents during his tenure as a butler at the White House, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events affect this man's life, family, and American society.
On Saturday, a Regency Promenade will take place in an effort to break the Guinness Book World Record number of people in Regency attire. One day Pass $12 or Two day Pass $20 Children under 12, admitted free
The Derby City Rovers are Louisville's Premier Development League Soccer Team. They compete in the South Atlantic Division of the USL Premier Development League. One step below the pro game, the players are widely recognized as the top level of amateur mens soccer in the country.
Join naturalist Rosemary Bauman at the Nature Center for an Owl Hike. Refreshments will be provided. Recommended for ages 6 and up. Dress for the weather. COST: LNC members and volunteers: $4 per person or $15 for families of 4 or more; Non-members: $6 per person or $24 for families of 4 or more. Limited to 20 participants. Registration and payment are required at registration by Saturday , July 19 at 12:00 noon. (Fees are non-refundable.)
As an entertainer, Jeff Dunham has truly impacted popular culture and his character catchphrases, such as Achmed's "Silence! I Keel You!" and José Jalapeño’s "On A Steek!'" are now part of our vernacular, much to the delight of multi-generational audiences worldwide.
The pizza party is back at 610 Magnolia. House made, hand tossed dough is topped with seasonal ingredients and houses cured meats before being baked in our wood fired oven. 610 Magnolia chefs will serve up pies both traditional and creative, along with other treats to round out the Italian style feast. Carefully selective wines and beers will be on hand to enjoy. Be sure to RSVP early as this is a popular event. Call 502-636-0783 or visit www.610magnolia.com
July 20
The wedding show at the Frazier History Museum is a boutique-like wedding show and is as elegant as they come. Enjoy free show admission, cake and catering samplings, while talking to Louisville's best wedding vendors.
Summer weather means farm fresh produce. What better way to show off the bounty of the Ohio River Valley then with a series of special suppers created by Chef Levon Wallace. Join us on Sunday evenings for a family-style, prix fixe menu in addition to our regular a la carte dinner menu. Make your reservations for one of the Sunday dates below by calling 502.217.6360
Preservation Louisville is hosting the 2nd annual Preservation + ART exhibit called: Odd Corners in Louisville at The Hite Art Institute. This exhibit features drawing of scenes in Louisville by Alexander Van Leshout from 1924 along with modern day photography by Dennis Crews. Some corners you may be able to recognize... others you may have to ask an older relative about! The exhibit is free and open to the public through July 20, 2014
Beck, The Replacements, Ray LaMontagne, Nickel Creek, Trampled by Turtles, Jenny Lewis, Tune-Yards, Flume, Brett Dennen, Sharon Van Etten, Claude VonStroke, Lucius, Chrome Sparks, Sun Kil Moon, Hayes Carll, Reignwolf, The Weeks, Blue Sky Black Death, Seluah, Matrimony, Thee Open Sex
If I left anything off or forgot anything, please post it! :)
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UGH, CP24, a 24h news channel has a "psychic" on their show.

It disgusts me, espeically since they are discussing the Royal Wedding. They say she predicted the Japan hurricane and the death and issues with others. Well I went to her site (which I don't want to link to to give it hits) and here are her predictions for 2011:
"World Predictions
A terrorist attack in Toronto. A gold rush in Hawaii. President Obama has to be careful of parades. President Obama’s children in danger. Danger around President Obama. Syria at war with the United States, the new Iraq. More UFO sightings. The Thames River poisoned in a terrorist attack. Two planes over Washington DC, United States, collide and crash. Mine disaster Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Israel and Iran at war. A powerful quake rocks Chicago, Illinois. A roller coaster will go out of control at a theme park in the US injuring many. The world’s first brain transplant. A huge breakthrough in the cure for dementia and Alzheimer’s. A dense fog - the worst in fifty years - disrupts air travel and transportation woes in London, England A bionic eye will be invented by a French scientist. Hillary Clinton nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. A Japanese plane is hijacked on the way to Singapore from Tokyo, Japan. A disease around maple trees. A worm destroys the tea plant and plantations in Sri Lanka. A UFO in the shape of a horseshoe hovers over Roswell, New Mexico. A towering inferno in San Francisco. The world’s largest salmon will be caught in British Columbia. A Hollywood starlet will give birth to a dwarf. The area of Brentwood in Los Angeles on fire. North Korea and South Korea at war. The worst landslides in California history destroy thousands of homes. A Paris suburb on fire. An oil spill in the Persian Gulf. Terrorist attack in Manila in the Philippines. A biological attack on a US city. A cruise ship on fire destroying hundreds of lives. A space tragedy. An explosion at an American Airforce base. A terrorist attack at the Statue of Liberty in New York. A terrorist attack at Grand Central Station in New York. A bridge blows up in the United States. Two trains collide in southern England killing many. A blimp explodes in Germany. An explosion at an American Express office in Europe. A heist in Louisville, Kentucky. A horse and jockey pass away at the Kentucky Derby. A cruise ship turns upside down after an underwater earthquake under the Adriatic Sea. Danger and health woes Hillary Clinton. A prison riot New York. Prison breakout and riot San Quentin. A giant spider’s nest will be found in South America. Polar bears and penguins moving south due to global warming. Another oil spill in the Persian Gulf. Widespread damage when a meteorite hits two states in the southwestern United States. Bill Clinton has to watch his health Biological attack on the US and Britain. A world wide computer virus. Terrorist attacks in Germany, London, England, Los Angeles, New York and Chicago. An avalanche in Italy. Sex scandal around a famous political person in Washington, DC, USA. A terrorist attack in Paris, France. Sarkozy in danger. A trampese artist will fall at a circus. A Turkish airliner is hijacked and blown up. The largest emerald in the world is found near Bogota, Columbia. A new species of octopus is found in the Mediterranean Sea. An arrest in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. Passing of Fidel Castro. An arrest in the Madeline McCann case. A gorilla escapes from a German zoo injuring many. A US naval ship is hijacked. A tsunami in Japan. The Empire State Building on fire. Earthquake in the Grand Canyon. Pandemic in Africa spreading worldwide. A huge earthquake in Japan. North Korea will attack Japan. A terrorist attack Los Angeles. Terrorist attack in Vancouver. Stock market up and down from one extreme to another. Government change in Indonesia. Uprising in Venezuela. Chavez in danger. The painting of the Mona Lisa will be stolen. A politician's children will be kidnapped. The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York will burn down. A terrorist attack on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California. A plane will crash into the Hollywood sign in LA. Mount St. Helens will erupt. Earthquake in Seattle and Oregon. Parts of the polar ice cap will melt. Two subways will collide head on in New York City. Madam Tussard's wax museum in London, England will burn after a massive fire. Dick Cheney has to watch his health. A large American newspaper will go bankrupt. A new cat burglar in the South of France will rob the rich like in the movie 'To Catch A Thief'. Sir Richard Branson in danger. Life on other planets is stronger when new evidence is gathered. A pill that makes you younger within thirty days. Breakthroughs in the mystery of autism. A Las Vegas hotel and casino on fire.
Star Predictions
The movie The Black Swan will be nominated for an Oscar. Natalie Portman will be nominated for an Oscar. George Clooney will marry. A remake of the movie The Godfather. A remake of the movie Scarface. Loretta Lynn has to watch health A remake of the movie Jaws in 3D. The TV series Boardwalk Empire will win many Emmy awards. Lady Gaga will turn to acting as well as music. Katy Perry will be a mermaid in a music video. A remake of the movie Cleopatra. Queen Latifah will play in either on Broadway or TV, or a biography and I see her replacing someone on the View. Rosie O’Donnell makes a comeback. Pricilla Presley has to watch her health. Justin Beiber has to watch his health and danger. Warren Beatty and Annette Bening will split. Justin Beiber will win lots of awards. Health watch - Aretha Franklin. Health problems - Shirley Maclaine Health problems - Melanie Griffith. Paris Hilton kidnapped for ransom. Paul Anka divorce. Bristol Palin engagement, but be careful of skiing and driving. Former Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss danger and health problems. Tiger Woods has to be careful of planes. Taylor Swift has to be careful of transportation – cars, planes, etc. Mel Gibson will move to Australia and has to watch health. Christine Agilera will pose for Playboy. Josh Brolin and Diane Lane will separate. Whoopi Goldberg will quit the View. Kim Kardashian baby and marriage. Nick Cage will split from wife. Alex Baldwin will run for politics. Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry will produce a blockbuster movie which will be a hit. Lady Gaga will appear in a Hollywood movie. Kate Goslin will remarry. Snookie from Jersey Shore has to watch for injury. There will be another TV series: 'Singing With The Stars'. A Hollywood hunk will save a child from drowning. Halley Berry will have another child. A movie starlet will have triplets. Betty White has to watch health although I see her receiving a lot of awards. Tippi Hendren in danger. A marriage for Angelina Jolie. A marriage for Jennifer Anniston and baby. A child for George Clooney. Howie Mandel has to watch health. A Hollywood starlet’s signifigant other has to be careful of their signifigant other on a motorcycle. Rachel McAdams will have her own sitcom. Madonna will open her own hotel. Donald Trump will be successful in politics. Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas has to watch her marriage. A Victoria secret model will be kidnapped for ransom. Ellen Page will be an advocate for the environment Hulk Hogan has to watch health Elizabeth Taylor health woes A famous comedian will run for politics Danny Glover has to watch health. Hugh Hefner has to watch health. A fire at the Playboy Mansion Kristy Alley has to watch health. Another Hollywood hunk will confess to being gay. The success of his reality series Gene Simmons - will produce a feature film based on his TV series With the success of 'Dancing With The Stars', dance studios will open all over the world. Dance clubs like the discos of the seventies and eighties will open up again Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes will split.
Wild Weather Predictions
Category five hurricane wipes out Miami. The worst mudslides in California’s history will occur. Mount St. Helens erupting. Earthquake Seattle, Washington. Earthquake Chicago, Illinois. Part of the polar ice cap melts. Wildfires spread to Beverley Hills and Los Angeles, Brentwood. More tsunamis Sumatra Indonesia, Alaska, Hawaii and Japan. A great earthquake in Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego. Earthquake Lake Tahoe. Earthquake Toronto and Quebec. Earthquake Oregon. Earthquake Grand Canyon. Earthquake New York, Alaska, Japan, Greece. Earthquake British Columbia, China and Iran. Tornado in California. Floods Amsterdam, Holland, Rhine River, Germany, Bangladesh, Great Britain. Venice, Italy, Gulf Coast of Florida and France. Tsunami Malibu, California. Wildfires Greece, Australia, Texas, Hawaii. Mudslides in India, California. Typhoon in Taiwan. Tornadoes Oklahoma, Indiana, Texas, Illinois, Tennessee. Great earthquake Rome and Naples, Italy. Huge snowstorm and blizzards up the eastern seaboard affecting the great lakes – Toronto, Chicago, New York, Boston, etc. Earthquake Yosemite and Yellowstone Park.
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It's really fucking easy to say you are psychic when a few of your 200+ predictions comes true - that's just probability. It disgusts me that is on a news channel, promoting false claims and the validity of psychics.
edit: added organizaton
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