Bonfire in Lake Worth this Friday!

There’s something about sitting next to a fire that just sets a chillaxing mood. Ge ready to experience the beach’s breeze, the smell of burning wood and the scent of a special someone by attending the next Lake Worth Bon Fire, Friday, November 25th at 6 p.m.

Cool nights are just starting to sweep through South Florida, so start packing your s’mores and comfy blankets. It’s about to get hot in here.-literally. The bonfires are hosted by the city of Lake Worth right on the beach across from the Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex.

As if the flames, the cuddling and the cool nights weren’t enough to set the vibe, you’ll also get to experience live music by ZBRA, a band of three guys who are confident to get you moving.

“We are three multi-instrumentalists who play stuff for you to shake your ass or other body parts to. Rocking your face off, then on, then back off again. It’s called the Caged Travolta,” says ZBRA.

Check them out. Can’t see the video? Click here: 

Save the Dates for the upcoming bonfires:

  • November 25th
  • December 9th
  • December 23rd
  • January 13th
  • January 27th
  • February 10th
  • February 24th

Details:

What: The first Lake Worth Beach Bonfires

When: Friday, November 25th, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Where: Across from 10 S Ocean Blvd, Lake Worth, FL 33460

Cost: Free. Parking is metered. 

Contact: 561.533.7395

Note: Bonfires may be cancelled due to weather.

 

Must watch: Britney Spears unofficial ‘Do You Wanna Come Over’ lyric video

Britney Spears is as horny and digital as they come in the music video that’s stopping the Internet in it’s tracks.

Digital-Britney is calling for womanizers over and over in a new, Grindr-esque, unofficial lyric video created by Peruvian digital designer, Luigi Luciano for her song “Do You Wanna Come Over” off her latest album, Glory.

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Can’t see the video? Click here for the goods.

If you let the Internet tell it, the blonde Lolita hasn’t pleased her fans with a decent music video since Work Bitch, but this one right here, this one puts Britney back on top… even though she had nothing to do with it.

“I told myself, I need to do this video because the [Britney Spears] team doesn’t do much to make iconic videos anymore,” Luciano said to The Palm Beach Post via Facebook Messenger on October 4th.

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The clip portrays a sexy Britney Spears searching for men in a hook-up app. While she’s unsuccessful at first, America’s sweetheart ends up with a TDH, green-eyed stud who she seduces with her curves before finally reaching the glory she’s been looking for.

The dance moves, the fire in her eyes, and the story plot will take you back to the days when the Britney Spears’s money-making brand actually cared to put out good music videos.

Luigi Luciano’s work brings back that nostalgia that reminds us why we love Britney Spears and why she’ll continue being the Princess of Pop.

Glory had a rough start with a highly-teased music video for its first single “Make Me” ft. G-Easy. The video was straight up trashed, unreleased and then substituted with what fans think was an obviously rushed and boring video.

Fans were not having at all! Check some tweets:

https://twitter.com/jrnascimento_o/status/778635923659558912

However, Glory managed to debut at #3 on the Top Album Billboard chart earlier this year with an amazing overall album, one rank above her previous Will.i.am. produced album “Britney Jean.” Neither lives up to the fan-favorite Blackout. 

Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

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Bruce Springsteen announces autobiography: The Boss’ connections to Palm Beach County

Bruce Springsteen announced today that he’s writing his autobiography titled — what else — Born to Run. It will be released in September. It’s a big year for Boss fans — his “The River” tour comes to BB+ T Center in Sunrise on Tuesday.

Springsteen has a lot of connections to Palm Beach County — will they end up in his memoir?

 

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Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons play Miami’s Orange Bowl in 1985 (Miami News)

No one would have believed that Jersey boy Springsteen would one day own a horse farm in Wellington, or tool around Lake O on his chopper. Or that his iconic Big Man, Clarence Clemons, who died in 2011, would have a luxury condo on Singer Island or that drummer Max Weinberg would buy a house on Palm Beach’s north end.

Through the years, The Post has written a number of stories about Springsteen’s and Clemons’ presence in Palm Beach County.

Here are some:

A “Thunder Road” trip – Bruce Springsteen, a bar and the big lake.”

Clarence Clemons:  Remembering the “Big Man” at home on Singer Island.

Clarence Clemons in a 2009 Palm Beach Post photo.
Clarence Clemons in a 2009 Palm Beach Post photo.

In 2005, Clemons talked to former Post reporter Anne Rodgers about his memories of “Born to Run.”

Here’s an excerpt from that interview:

Question: Why has Born to Run held up so well?

Clarence Clemons: Because of the purity and the energy and the life that went into it. You can’t destroy energy. You can’t take it away. When you do something earnestly and truthfully, it lasts.

Q: What do you remember about that cover pose?
CC: I set the pose up. I stood up and struck a pose and Bruce leaned in on me. And it was perfect. When we’re together it just happens that way. We don’t hang out all the time, but when we get together, we see something in each other and it’s magic. The spontaneity jumps all over the place. From the first time I met him, I had that feeling.

Q: When did you know the album was huge?CC: When Time and Newsweek put Bruce on the cover the same week.

Q: How did you feel about the fame?
CC: We hated it! It was too much exposure too soon. We wondered how we were supposed to act. Were we supposed to be different? What should I wear? We were just a bunch of guys from Jersey.

Q: How do you feel about the cover shot today? (It splits the image, with Springsteen on the front and Clemons on the back.)
CC: It’s kind of been a nemesis. My face was on the back. Why not on the front? What’s up with that? My mom was apprehensive about me going into rock and roll. I had a strict religious background and here I was leaving my job and family to follow this dream. She always said, ‘Keep your day job.’ So finally Born to Run comes out and it’s huge and I showed it to my mom and she said, ‘Your behind’s on the cover!’
The promotions all had the whole picture, it was a big thing showing brotherhood between black and white . . . a big statement in rock and roll. But on the album, my face is on the back. I think Bruce really envisioned it would be the whole cover, but somewhere along the line it got changed. I was disappointed, but it was OK. What was inside was better than what was on the outside. We moved on. It didn’t faze me and didn’t affect my contribution to Bruce and the music.