Musical Sensation BE MORE CHILL Opens Off-Broadway Tonight!

Be More Chill, the original musical with music and lyrics by Joe Iconis NBC’s ‘Smash’, The Black Suits, Broadway Bounty Hunter and a book by Joe Tracz The Lightning Thief, Netflix’s ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’ will have its New York premiere production this summer. Stephen Brackett directs and Chase Brock choreographs the limited 9-week, off-Broadway engagement July 26 – September 23 at The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street, NYC.
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The Squip Enters: BE MORE CHILL Begins Performances Off-Broadway Today!

Be More Chill, the original musical with music and lyrics by Joe Iconis NBC’s ‘Smash’, The Black Suits, Broadway Bounty Hunter and a book by Joe Tracz The Lightning Thief, Netflix’s ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’ will have its New York premiere production this summer. Stephen Brackett directs and Chase Brock choreographs the limited 9-week, off-Broadway engagement July 26 – September 23 at The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street, NYC.
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BWW TV: Just Chillin’ with the Company of BE MORE CHILL- Plus a Sneak Peek!

Be More Chill is headed for off-Broadway and we’re taking you inside their rehearsal in preparation for the run. Check out the hot young cast in action and see BroadwayWorld’s own Richard Ridge get up close and personal with the company before their NYC upgrade
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BWW TV: Richard Ridge Meets the Company of Off-Broadway’s BE MORE CHILL!

Be More Chill is headed for off-Broadway and we’re taking you inside their rehearsal in preparation for the run. Check out the hot young cast in action and see BroadwayWorld’s own Richard Ridge get up close and personal with the company before their NYC upgrade
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Twitter Has No Chill Over Brandy’s Birthday Post for Whitney Houston and Now She’s Blaming Monica

Whitney Houston, Brandy Norwood, Bobby BrownThere’s some drama surrounding Brandy Norwood and Monica Brown, but this time it’s been ignited by Twitter.
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Man ‘Dumbfounded’ After Learning His Snake Can’t Just Chill In Park

The nanny state has got this guy feeling like a snake on a leash.

South Dakota snake owner Jerry Kimball was positively “dumbfounded” to learn he could not let a snake roam freely in a park. Kimball was fined $ 190 for not having his 4-month-old fire bee ball python on a leash, and he is not happy about it.

“It was April Fool’s Day, so I thought he was playing a joke,” Kimball told Argus Leader about being ticketed by an animal control officer. “They’re not fast creatures. They’re not going to run away.”

The thing about snakes, though, is that they can still move. Which is why the officer suggested Kimball put a leash on his pet.

“He was literally asking me to put a rope around my snake,” Kimball told the publication “I was like ‘dude, no.’ I was dumbfounded.”

Kimball said in a Facebook post that he was holding an “educational meet and greet” featuring his snakes, through his group Sioux Falls Snake Adventures. Though Argus Leader only mentions one fire bee ball python, a photo of the citation states that there were two ball pythons on the grass with “nobody holding them.”

Kimball was ticketed for “animals running at large.” Last year, 253 citations were issued in the city of Sioux Falls for violating the rule. Kimball, however, doesn’t think it should apply to his snakes.

While he might have to leash his pet, Kimball could take solace in knowing that as of this week, he would theoretically be allowed to legally ship reticulated pythons and green anacondas one state to another within the continental U.S. Yay!

Kimball said he plans to fight the ticket.

“That’s my purpose in life: To let people know that snakes aren’t killers,” Kimball said. “What better way to give back than to help people understand these misunderstood creatures?”

Because nothing will help people feel more comfortable with a python than having it roam freely in a park.

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Chill Bro New York Rangers Fan Is Very Chill, Bro

There are only two ways to live your life: for today or for tomorrow. And one very chill ringside New York Rangers fan decided to live for the former on Friday.

Asked on live TV how much he paid for his seats to the Game 7 matchup between his Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning in Madison Square Garden, he enthusiastically responded: “My man, I paid forty. Five. Hundred. Dollars.” Then he did this:

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Informed that people were willing to pay as much as $ 19,200 for his seat, which would have left him with a $ 14,700 profit, our chill bro hero stuttered for just a second.

“Yeah, I know…” he said, his voice trailing off for a few seconds as he presumably pictured an alternative life, one in which he was sitting not ringside in New York, but beachside in the Caribbean.

But no, he would not be deterred. He would come to his senses. He would say this: “That would have been cool, but you know what? I gotta see the Rangers win. I could have blown all that money on water. I don’t really drink alcohol, it’s cool.”

Then he reminded the world once more what he paid to see his Rangers fight for a chance to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals: “Four thousand. Five hundred dollars. Hundreds only. Benjamin Franklin is killing the game.”

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The Rangers lost on Friday. Their season is now over.

H/T FTW

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Women`s Outdoors Club Vintage Canvas Chill Cap

Women`s Outdoors Club Vintage Canvas Chill Cap


The Women`s Canvas Chill Cap is the perfect accessory for your next vacation or outdoors adventure. You`ll stay comfortable and stylish all season long with the pigment dyed and washed fabrication for a vintage look. With an adjustable closure system to provide the perfect fit, you`ll want to accessorize all of your outdoors apparel with this Life is good Outdoors Club Hat.
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Skechers Women’s Bobs Chill Navy 9 M Women’s

Skechers Women’s Bobs Chill Navy 9 M Women’s


Look cool while doing a good deed in the SKECHERS Bobs Chill shoe. Soft canvas fabric upper in a slip on casual flat with stitching detail, print fabrSoft lightweight canvas fabric upper Cushioned genuine leather insole Stitching accents Colorful diamond print fabric overlay on heel Stretch elastic top panel Boat-style laced collar trim with metal eyelets Stretch collar cord with slide lock for a secure fit Flexible traction outsole Skechers donates new shoes to children in need when you purchase BOBS
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