Before We Go – Chris Evans

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Before We Go

Chris Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 5.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: September 4, 2015


Chris Evans and Alice Eve star as two strangers whose chance encounter in Grand Central Terminal sparks a nighttime adventure through New York City that will change their lives forever.

© © 2014 130 Train LLC

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The Barker Family Band – EP – Sara Evans

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The Barker Family Band – EP

Sara Evans

Genre: Country

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: April 12, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Born To Fly Records

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Everybody Digs Bill Evans (Keepnews Collection) – Bill Evans

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Everybody Digs Bill Evans (Keepnews Collection)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: March 15, 1959

© ℗ 2007 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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The Wartleys – Will’s Dilemma – David Evans

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The Wartleys – Will’s Dilemma

David Evans

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: February 19, 2019

Publisher: KTF Productions

Seller: DAVID EVANS


Based on "The Wartleys" Christian cartoon series, this graphic novel is a collection of 3 comic books: "Practice What You Preach", "The Other Cheek" and "Burning Coals". Follow Will's journey as God teaches him how to deal with a grade school bully.

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Sunday At the Village Vanguard (Remastered) – Bill Evans Trio

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Sunday At the Village Vanguard (Remastered)

Bill Evans Trio

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: October 1, 1961

© ℗ 1987 Fantasy, Inc.

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Undercurrent – Bill Evans & Jim Hall

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Undercurrent

Bill Evans & Jim Hall

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: August 1, 1962

© ℗ 2002 Blue Note Records

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Indivisible – David G. Evans

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Indivisible

David G. Evans

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: October 26, 2018


Indivisible is the extraordinary true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather, whose lives are fully devoted to serving God, family, and country. But when war etches deep battle scars – both overseas and on the home front – the Turners' rock-solid marriage is shaken to its core. Carrying the burdens the other can't comprehend, they must decide if they're willing to face one more battle: the fight to save their marriage. From the director of The Grace Card and the studio that brought you Fireproof and War Room comes Indivisible, the story of one marriage…one family…under God.

© © 2018 Pure Flix Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961 (Live) [Remastered] – Bill Evans

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The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961 (Live) [Remastered]

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 27.99

Release Date: September 13, 2005

© ℗ 2003 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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The Complete Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Recordings – Tony Bennett & Bill Evans

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The Complete Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Recordings

Tony Bennett & Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 1, 2009

© ℗ 2009 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Jenelle Evans’ Husband David Eason Served Criminal Summons for Tampering With Vehicle

David Eason, Jenelle Evans, 2017 MTV VMAsDavid Eason has been served with a criminal summons for tampering with a vehicle and causing injury to personal property, Wilmington police confirm.
Earlier this month, the husband of…


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Faith Evans and Stevie J Say Marriage is Real Deal, Already Talking Babies

[[tmz:video id=”0_6rb5hklg”]] If Faith Evans knows one thing about Stevie J it’s that he’s good — really, really good — at making babies, and the newlyweds definitely have baby fever. We got Faith and Stevie talking for the first…

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Portrait In Jazz (Keepnews Collection) – Bill Evans

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Portrait In Jazz (Keepnews Collection)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: December 31, 1959

© ℗ 2008 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Diddy May Be Too Distraught for Kim Porter Eulogy at Funeral, Faith Evans to Perform

Kim Porter’s funeral will be an elaborate affair, but certain key moments are still up in the air, because of the shock associated with Kim’s death. We’re told Diddy would like to deliver a eulogy to the mother of 3 of his children, but he’s still so…

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Everybody Digs Bill Evans – Bill Evans

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Everybody Digs Bill Evans

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1958

© ℗ 2007 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Things That We Drink To – Morgan Evans

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Things That We Drink To

Morgan Evans

Genre: Country

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: October 12, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Warner Music Nashville LLC.

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Presence (feat. The Captain Black Big Band) – Orrin Evans

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Presence (feat. The Captain Black Big Band)

Orrin Evans

Genre: Big Band

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 21, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Smoke Sessions Records

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XL Tour Live (Original Staging) – Lee Evans

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XL Tour Live (Original Staging)

Lee Evans

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.95

Publish Date: May 10, 2006

© ℗ © 2006 Universal Studios (UK) Ltd.

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Morgan Evans – EP – Morgan Evans

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Morgan Evans – EP

Morgan Evans

Genre: Country

Price: $ 5.85

Release Date: August 10, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Warner Music Nashville LLC.

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Faith Evans and Stevie J Say Marriage is Real Deal, Already Talking Babies

[[tmz:video id=”0_6rb5hklg”]] If Faith Evans knows one thing about Stevie J it’s that he’s good — really, really good — at making babies, and the newlyweds definitely have baby fever. We got Faith and Stevie talking for the first…

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‘Fuller House’ Star Candace Cameron Bure Gets Scott Evans To Take The Push-Up Challenge

Candace Cameron Bure talks with Access’ Scott Evans on the “Fuller House” set about what’s next for DJ Tanner in Season 4. Plus, Candace gets Scott to join her in her daily push-up challenge!


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Faith Evans’ Marriage License Makes No Mention of Marriage to Notorious B.I.G.

Faith Evans married Notorious B.I.G. in ’94, but you wouldn’t know it based on her recent marriage license — it makes no mention of her marriage to the legendary rapper — but Faith is blaming the court for the error. TMZ’s obtained a…

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Faith Evans & Stevie J Hired Wedding Officiant Hours Before Ceremony

Faith Evans and Stevie J pulled a Cardi B and Offset-style wedding ceremony … hiring their Las Vegas officiant just hours before saying, “I do.” Sources close to the couple tell TMZ … Faith placed a call Tuesday around 6 PM to a local minister,…

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Faith Evans and Stevie J’s Wedding Blindsides and Hurts Friends and Family

The marriage of Stevie J and Faith Evans didn’t just take us by surprise … their loved ones and close friends were blindsided as well, and they’re not happy about it. Family sources on both sides tell TMZ … they were never given a heads-up marriage…

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Chris Evans’ Brother Shares Adorable Childhood Photos On The Marvel Actor’s 37th Birthday

Chris Evans is 37! The “Avengers: Infinity War” star’s younger brother, “Grace and Frankie” actor Scott Evans, celebrated his sibling’s big day with a touching collage of childhood pictures of the two. Check out the sweet photos!


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Fresh Air, Wes Anderson and Robert Evans – Terry Gross

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Fresh Air, Wes Anderson and Robert Evans

Terry Gross

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: July 26, 2002

© ℗ © 2002 WHYY-FM

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Mogul (Unabridged) – Katy Evans

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Mogul (Unabridged)

Katy Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 15.95

Publish Date: May 31, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 Simon & Schuster Audio

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Kuffs – Bruce A. Evans

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Kuffs

Bruce A. Evans

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: January 10, 1992


Christian Slater stars in this non-stop action-comedy! George Kuffs (Slater) is a restless young man who wants to make the big score. But when his beautiful girlfriend (Milla Jovovich) begins to get serious, George decides it's time to move on. Approaching his older brother Brad (Bruce Boxleitner) for a loan, George receives a job proposal instead: join Brad's well-regarded Patrol Special team. Not real keen on the idea, George nonetheless becomes the new owner of the business when Brad is heartlessly gunned down in the line of duty. Soon George finds himself battling a crime spree in his district with a surly police partner (Tony Goldwyn). Out to avenge his brother, George closes in on a crooked art dealer who is trying to wrestle the district away from him. Breakneck action meets slapstick comedy with a hip score by Harold Faltermeyer in this high-powered adventure!

© © 2008 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Chris Evans Shares The Sweet Moment He Became A Dog Dad

Chris Evans shared footage of the first time he met his rescue dog, Dodger, for National Pet Day.
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Chris Evans, Ryan Reynolds & More Marvel Stars Answer Plea To Grant Young Boy’s Dying Wish

Avengers, assemble! Chris Evans stepped up to answer a young boy’s dying wish, and his fellow Marvel stars are ready to suit up, too. Ryan Reynolds, Paul Bettany, Zachary Levi, Benedict Wong and “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s” Chloe Bennet all replied to a special request from Fox News’ Shannon Bream – and CNN’s Jake Tapper lent a helping hand as well.


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Chris Evans May Be Retiring from the Marvel Franchise Following Avengers 4

Chris Evans, Jimmy Kimmel LiveChris Evans may be ready to move on from Marvel.
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Jenelle Evans Admits She Used Drugs While Pregnant With Daughter Ensley

Jenelle Evans, winter vacationJenelle Evans is coming clean about some of the rumors circulating her and her family.
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Conversations with Myself (Expanded Edition) – Bill Evans

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Conversations with Myself (Expanded Edition)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: January 1, 1963

© ℗ 1984 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Stolen Ink – Holly Evans

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Stolen Ink

Holly Evans

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: February 10, 2017

Publisher: Holly Evans

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


I’m Dacian, a tattoo magician. Life was pretty good. All I had to worry about was finding a pretty guy to fall into bed with at the end of the week. Then everything started to fall apart around me. Maybe I cursed the gods one too many times? Whatever happened, I now have two major problems.  Number one – I’m an ink magician, the thing of myths. A lot of very powerful people would love to get their hands on me, and I have no intention of letting that happen.  Number two – A tattoo thief came to my city, and the magical community has decided that I’m the guy to stop them.  Somehow, I have to catch the thief without letting my secret out of the bag, and that’s even harder than it sounds. 

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The Best of Bill Evans (Remastered) – Bill Evans

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The Best of Bill Evans (Remastered)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 1, 2004

© ℗ 2004 Fantasy, Inc.

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Muse’s Matt Bellamy Is Engaged To Model Elle Evans

The muse musician and his now model fiancé announced their engagement while on vacation. Matt was previously engaged to an Italian psychologist and also actress Kate Hudson.


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The Flat Earth – Ty Evans

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The Flat Earth

Ty Evans

Genre: Sports

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: December 12, 2017


Another super polished, overly produced debacle—Ty Evans’s new film, The Flat Earth, delivers the gnarliest skateboarding from this year’s new breed of rippers: Jamie Foy, Chase Webb, Carlos Iqui, Michael Pulizzi and Cody Lockwood. “If anyone knows where the end of the Earth is, can they take us there?” This was the burning question running through the minds of five skaters after discovering rumors that the Earth is flat. They didn’t all ride for the same team, but they piled in a blacked out van with a laser cannon attached to the front and began their journey. The crew consisted of: Big boy Jamie Foy from Florida, one of skateboarding’s newest pros with insane skills on huge rails and anything in his way. Chase Webb, who’s been known as “that one famous guy’s friend” for too long, now making a name for himself with a love affair for bent metal. Carlos Iqui, a Brazilian ninja with insane pop who stomps tricks like he’s trying to break the ground. Mike Pulizzi, a virtually unknown flat bar master from Sacramento, who won’t be unknown for long. Cody Lockwood, the northwest ripper, hopped in the van last minute and filmed a video part in 30 days. -The Flat Earth, the new film from visionary director, Ty Evans.

© © 2017 Ghost Digital Cinema

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Chris Evans Invited A Bullying Victim To The Avengers: Infinity War Premiere

Chris Evans, Hailee Steinfeld, and the ‘Stranger Things’ kids are just some of the actors responding to bullying victim Keaton Jones’s viral video.
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Casimiro And Evans

Young Latin bottom Evan wants to play and he lets his daddy know with a kiss. As they kiss, the two slowly remove clothes until Casimiro can get his finger in the boy’s ass. By the time they are naked, Evan has his daddy’s cock in his mouth, sucking on it until its stiff enough to ride. We enjoy some close-ups of the ass lip rolling raw action, before a position change has Casimiro barebacking Evan from behind. After giving his boy a good fucking, Casimiro pulls out, cums on his hole and breeds Evan with it.

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‘Gifted’ star Chris Evans takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the Internet’s most searched questions about himself. ‘Gifted’ co-star Mckenna Grace joins Chris, and together they find out that the Internet is obsessed with Chris Evans’ driving skills.
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Chris Evans and Jenny Slate Spark Reconciliation Rumors After Exchanging Flirty Twitter Messages

Jenny Slate, Chris EvansForget about love notes; pass along a love tweet!
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The Kid Stays in the Picture (Unabridged) – Robert Evans

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The Kid Stays in the Picture (Unabridged)

Robert Evans

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 19.95

Publish Date: June 4, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 HarperAudio

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Racer (Unabridged) – Katy Evans

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Racer (Unabridged)

Katy Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 15.95

Publish Date: September 28, 2017

© ℗ © 2017 Simon & Schuster Audio

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You Must Believe In Spring (Remastered) – Bill Evans

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You Must Believe In Spring (Remastered)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: February 2, 1981

© ℗ 2005 Warner Bros. Records Inc. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing

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Chris Evans’ Reunion With His Adorable Pup = Cuteness Overload!

Just when you thought Chris Evans couldn’t get any more dreamy… He tweets this melt-your-heart video of a reunion with his pup, dodger, over the weekend and honestly it’s too much for mere mortals to handle.


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The King & I – Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G.

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The King & I

Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G.

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: May 19, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. All Rights Reserved. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company.

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VOICE/PRESENCE/ABSENCE – Malcolm Angelucci, Chris Caines, Simon Charles, John D’Arcy, Amy Evans, Michael Farrell, Iben Have, Walli Hoefinger, Christiane Hommelsheim, Diane Hughes, Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Sarah Keith, Ansa Lønstrup, Alessandro Mistrorigo, Claire Nashar, Anne Pender, Christine Piper, Jessie Scott, Yuji Sone, Birgitte Stougaard, Prithvi Varatharajan & Jessica Wilkinson

Malcolm Angelucci, Chris Caines, Simon Charles, John D'Arcy, Amy Evans, Michael Farrell, Iben Have, Walli Hoefinger, Christiane Hommelsheim, Diane Hughes, Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Sarah Keith, Ansa Lønstrup, Alessandro Mistrorigo, Claire Nashar, Anne Pender, Christine Piper, Jessie Scott, Yuji Sone, Birgitte Stougaard, Prithvi Varatharajan & Jessica Wilkinson - VOICE/PRESENCE/ABSENCE  artwork

VOICE/PRESENCE/ABSENCE

An interdisciplinary dialogue on voice and the humanities

Malcolm Angelucci, Chris Caines, Simon Charles, John D’Arcy, Amy Evans, Michael Farrell, Iben Have, Walli Hoefinger, Christiane Hommelsheim, Diane Hughes, Alice Hui-Sheng Chang, Sarah Keith, Ansa Lønstrup, Alessandro Mistrorigo, Claire Nashar, Anne Pender, Christine Piper, Jessie Scott, Yuji Sone, Birgitte Stougaard, Prithvi Varatharajan & Jessica Wilkinson

Genre: Art & Architecture

Publish Date: November 6, 2014

Publisher: UTS ePRESS

Seller: Belinda Tiffen


Voice/Presence/Absence collects international contributions from academic scholars and practitioners, together with recorded live performances of artists, writers, musicians and poets, creating the space for a discussion on the role of voice in contemporary humanities. Voice/Presence/Absence is conceived as a dialogue: between a variety of interpretive frameworks and definitions of voice; between different objects of study (from contemporary art to post-dramatic theatre, from radio-voices to recorded poetry and audio-books, from pop music to novels, from the voice of trees to the one of birds, etc.) and, most important, between artists, performers and the world of academia.

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Another Time: The Hilversum Concert (Live) – Bill Evans

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Another Time: The Hilversum Concert (Live)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: September 1, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Resonance Records

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The Best of Bill Evans (Remastered) – Bill Evans

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The Best of Bill Evans (Remastered)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 1, 2004

© ℗ 2004 Fantasy, Inc.

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Sunday At the Village Vanguard (Remastered) – Bill Evans Trio

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Sunday At the Village Vanguard (Remastered)

Bill Evans Trio

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: October 1, 1961

© ℗ 1987 Fantasy, Inc.

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Some Other Time: The Lost Session from the Black Forest – Bill Evans

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Some Other Time: The Lost Session from the Black Forest

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 15.99

Release Date: April 22, 2016

© ℗ 2016 Resonance Records

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Chris Evans Has No Time For Ann Coulter, Takes Her Down In Most Glorious Way

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Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G. ft. Snoop Dogg “When We Party,” Bone Thugs ft. Uncle Murda “Change The Story” & More | Daily Visuals 7.10.17

What we wouldn’t have given for Biggie and Snoop to have collaborated on a cut together in the mid 90’s.

We guess Faith Evans felt it better late than never and for the visuals to “When We Party” called on the Doggfather to help get things turnt up on the left coast and have him go back and forth with Biggie’s “Going Back To Cali” verse.

Speaking of 90’s Hip-Hop OG’s, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony keep their comeback going and in the Uncle Murda featured clip to “Change The Story” visit murals of fallen Hip-Hop stars while telling the story of a mother pleading with her son to change his ways.

Check out the rest of today’s visuals including joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Run The Jewels, Troy Ave, and more.

FAITH EVANS & THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G. FT. SNOOP DOGG – “WHEN WE PARTY”

BONE THUGS FT. UNCLE MURDA – “CHANGE THE STORY”

TRINIDAD JAMES – “DI$ RESPECTFUL”

OMARION – “WORD 4 WORD”

DAE DAE – “NEW WAVE”

LE$ – “NEVA”

RAZ FRESCO – “HONEY BROWN/MONEY BROWN”

RUN THE JEWELS – “DON’T GET CAPTURED”

TROY AVE – “ON MY BIRTHDAY”

JUICY J – “NO LOOK”

VIC MENSA FT. PUSHA T – “OMG”

KAMAIYAH – “BUILD YOU UP”

MACKELMORE FT. SKYLAR GREY – “GLORIOUS”

KID INK – “MOCHI”

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BLAC YOUNGSTA – “BIRTHDAY”

PI’ERRE BOURNE – “WATER BOY”

KEY! & MANMAN SAVAGE – “SUMMERTIME”

PLAYBOI CARTI — “MAGNOLIA”

 

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The Mistletoe Inn: A Novel (Unabridged) – Richard Paul Evans

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The Mistletoe Inn: A Novel (Unabridged)

Richard Paul Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: November 17, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Simon & Schuster Audio

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Tiffany Holiday, Layla Evans

Layla is a luscious blonde who needs some cash in the hopes to pay for her cat’s medicine. When Tiffany offers her most of what is needed she barely hesitates for a photo shoot at the studio. The cat needs medicine, but it’s her muff that gets the attention!

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The Raid 2 – Gareth Evans

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The Raid 2

Gareth Evans

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: March 28, 2014


Following immediately after the events of THE RAID, Rama (Iko Uwais) is forced to reinvent himself as an undercover cop in order to provide protection for his wife and child. Working for the anti-corruption taskforce led by the one person he can trust, Bunawar, he is given a mission to engage himself as an enforcer for a local mob boss, Bangun. Finding away in through Bangun's son Uco, Rama must hunt for information linking Bangun with police force corruption. All the while, he harbors a dangerous and personal vendetta for revenge and justice that threatens to consume him – and bring both this mission and the organized crime syndicates crashing down.

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Ms. Manwhore: The Manwhore Series, Book 3 (Unabridged) – Katy Evans

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Ms. Manwhore: The Manwhore Series, Book 3 (Unabridged)

Katy Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 14.95

Publish Date: October 5, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Simon & Schuster Audio

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Ashlee & Evan’s First Baby Pic!

That’s a whole lot of "L.O.V.E."! Ashlee Simpson and husband Evan Ross have shared their first family photo since welcoming daughter Jagger Snow.


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Something About a Love Song – EP – David Evans

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Something About a Love Song – EP

David Evans

Genre: Country

Price: $ 3.99

Expected Release Date: October 9, 2015

© ℗ 2015 David Evans

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Fresh Air, Wes Anderson and Robert Evans – Terry Gross

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Fresh Air, Wes Anderson and Robert Evans

Terry Gross

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.95

Publish Date: July 26, 2002

© ℗ © 2002 WHYY-FM

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The Wall Live – Roger Waters and Sean Evans

The very last shot of this concert film is of Roger Waters about to say something to one of his band mates as they leave the stage.
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The Evolution of Oneself (feat. Christian McBride & Karriem Riggins) – Orrin Evans

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The Evolution of Oneself (feat. Christian McBride & Karriem Riggins)

Orrin Evans

Genre: Bop

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: September 4, 2015

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Melt with You – Jessie Evans

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Melt with You

Jessie Evans

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: December 11, 2013

Publisher: Self Taught Ninja

Seller: Self Taught Ninja


A sweet and sexy romance from New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jessie Evans Some fires never burn out…   After ten years as America’s sweetest celebrity chef, Naomi Whitehouse is enjoying life out of the spotlight, back in her hometown of Summerville, Georgia. She’s opening a pastry shop with her sister, housesitting for her snowbird parents, and reconnecting with her roots. Life is good until she runs into her high school sweetheart, Jake Hansen, a sexy firefighter who gives her a reception chilly enough to freeze a forest fire. If Naomi wants her homecoming to remain all cupcakes and sugar cookies, she’ll have to win Jake over. But how can she earn his forgiveness when he won’t even speak to her?   When the girl who broke his heart buys a month of dates at the firefighter’s Hunk-for-a-Month fundraiser auction, only honor keeps widower Jake Hansen from backing out of the commitment. He won’t let the firehouse down, even if it means enduring a torturous month with Naomi Whitehouse. And Jake knows being close to Naomi again will be torture. Even after all these years, she still gets to him…not that he intends to let her know it. He’ll be civil, honor his obligation, and with any luck Naomi will tire of playing small-town pastry chef and Jake will never see her again.   But as the month passes, Jake and Naomi discover some fires never burn out. Will the heat between them be enough to melt away the pain of past mistakes, or is their second chance doomed from the start? Fans of Bella Andre, Kristan Higgins, and Susan Mallery will love the Summerville romance series, stories featuring sassy Southern women and the alpha males who love them.  The Summerville Books: The Always a Bridesmaid Series Book 1: Betting on You Book 2: Keeping You Book 3: Wild for You Book 4: Taking You (A Summerville Novella) The Fire and Icing Series Book 1: Melt with You Book 2: Hot for You Book 3: Sweet to You Book 4: Saving You (A Summerville Novella/Short Story) Jessie Evans gave up a career as an international woman of mystery to write the sexy, contemporary Southern romances she loves to read.

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Darlings of Urban Fantasy – Chrissy Peebles, W.J. May, Dale Mayer, Claire Farrell, Holly Hook, Suzy Turner, CM Doporto, Kaitlyn Davis & Tiffany Evans

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Darlings of Urban Fantasy

Chrissy Peebles, W.J. May, Dale Mayer, Claire Farrell, Holly Hook, Suzy Turner, CM Doporto, Kaitlyn Davis & Tiffany Evans

Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date: October 27, 2013

Publisher: Dark Shadows Publishing

Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC


8 thrilling stories in one volume 8 sexy heroes. 8 strong heroines. This is eight works of fiction from some of today's most exciting authors.  A star-studded anthology of thrilling, action-packed and totally swoon-worthy first books by your favorite women authors. Book 1 – IGNITE (Midnight Fire Series Book One) By Kaitlyn Davis Book 2 – CRUSH (The Crush Saga) by Chrissy Peebles Book 3 – ELEMENT, Part 1 (The Natalie Vega Saga) by CM Doporto Book 4 – STAKE YOU by Claire Farrell Book 5 – TEMPEST by Holly Hook Book 6 – SEVENTH MARK (Hidden Secrets Saga) by W.J. May Book 7 – DANGEROUS DESIGNS (Book #1 of the Design Series) by Dale Mayer Book 8 – THE GHOST OF JOSIAH GRIMSHAW (The Morgan Sisters) by Suzy Turner KEEPER by Tiffany Evans (BONUS two-chapter excerpt)

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The Sandlot – David Mickey Evans

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The Sandlot

David Mickey Evans

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: April 9, 1993


It's the early 1960s and fifth-grader Scotty Smalls (Tom Guiry) has just moved into town with his folks (Karen Allen and Denis Leary). Kids call him a dork—he can't even throw a baseball! But that changes when the leader of the neighborhood gang recruits him to play on the nearby sandlot field. It's the beginning of a magical summer of baseball, wild adventures, first kisses, and fearsome confrontations with the dreaded Beast and its owner (James Earl Jones) who live behind the left field fence. Soon nine boys have become best friends, Scotty is part of a team, and their leader has become a local legend in this hilarious and warmhearted comedy.

© © 1993 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Before We Go – Chris Evans

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Before We Go

Chris Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 9.99

Expected Release Date: September 4, 2015


Watch it before it's in theaters! Chris Evans and Alice Eve star as two strangers whose chance encounter in Grand Central Terminal sparks a nighttime adventure through New York City that will change their lives forever.

© © 2014 130 Train LLC

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Undercurrent – Bill Evans & Jim Hall

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Undercurrent

Bill Evans & Jim Hall

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: December 31, 1962

© ℗ Blue Note (R) is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc. 2002 Capitol Records, Inc.

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Portrait In Jazz (Keepnews Collection) – Bill Evans

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Portrait In Jazz (Keepnews Collection)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 27, 1959

© ℗ 2008 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Manwhore +1: The Manwhore, Book 2 (Unabridged) – Katy Evans

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Manwhore +1: The Manwhore, Book 2 (Unabridged)

Katy Evans

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 15.95

Publish Date: July 7, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Simon & Schuster Audio

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Great Conversations: Robert Evans

I interviewed legendary Hollywood producer Robert Evans in 2002 for Venice Magazine, in conjunction with the release of the documentary “The Kid Stays in the Picture,” adapted from his iconic autobiography and audiobook. Our chat took place at Woodland, Evans’ storied estate in Beverly Hills, in his equally famous screening room, which mysteriously burned down a couple years later. Evans was still physically frail, having recently survived a series of strokes, but his mind, his wit and his charm were sharp as ever, with near total recall for people, places and stories. Many, many stories. Here are a few of them.

ROBERT EVANS: THE KID IS ALRIGHT

It’s a widely-held belief that the years 1967-76 represent the “golden age” of American cinema. Just look at a few of these titles: Rosemary’s Baby, Medium Cool, Romeo and Juliet, True Grit, Catch-22, Love Story, The Godfather I & II, Don’t Look Now, Harold and Maude, Chinatown, Shampoo, Marathon Man, to name a few. These films, as well as others from the era, helped reshape our world, redefine us as people, and remain timeless touchstones to which millions born and unborn will return probably for as long as man continues to inhabit this crazy mess of a planet. If you were asked, “Who’s responsible for giving life to these masterpieces?” most would respond: “Uh, well, let’s see there’s Roman Polanski, Haskell Wexler, Franco Zeffirelli, Francis Ford Coppola…” Whoah. Slow down there, Shell Answer Man. You’re leaving one guy out. One guy who was responsible for giving all those titles life. One guy who refused to play by the rules. One guy who picked up the dice, had the prettiest dame in the room give them a lucky breath of air, and let them fly, outcome be damned. Hell, he knew it was gonna come up 7. His friends, both real and those who think they are, still call him “The Kid,” a moniker bestowed upon him by the legendary Darryl F. Zanuck. Civilians know him as Robert Evans.

Robert Evans was born Robert J. Shapera on June 29, 1930 in New York City, the second son of a dentist who had the first integrated practice in Harlem. The family later adopted the last name Evans as a tribute to their paternal grandmother, whose maiden name was Evan. Young Bobby Evans had a comfortable middle class upbringing, being bitten by the acting bug at an early age, finding work as a radio actor in his early adolescence, already blessed with a distinctive, adult-sounding voice. Forgoing college, Evans joined his older brother Charles in running the elder Evans’ highly-successful women’s clothing label Evan-Picone, making Robert Evans a millionaire before his 25th birthday.

While visiting the west coast to open Evan-Picone boutiques, Evans was discovered poolside at the Beverly Hills Hotel by Norma Shearer, a silent, and early talkie, screen star and widow of the legendary boy mogul Irving Thalberg. Thinking him perfect to portray her late husband in Fox’s Lon Chaney biopic Man of a Thousand Faces (1957), Evans suddenly found himself playing opposite his childhood idol James Cagney, and voted “Most Promising Newcomer” by Photoplay magazine. His next role, as bullfighter Pedro Romero in the screen adaptation of Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises (1957), earned Evans his ubiquitous nickname. So incensed were most of the cast and crew that this young upstart was cast in a pivotal role, a telegram was sent to studio head Darryl F. Zanuck demanding that Evans be replaced. It was signed by Hemingway, Ava Gardner, Tyrone Power and Eddie Albert. Furious, Zanuck flew down to Mexico. Arriving on the set the day a bullfighting scene was being shot, Evans displayed such panache in the sequence, Zanuck, all 5 foot 4 of him, stood up gripping a bullhorn, and intoned: “The kid stays in the picture, and anyone who doesn’t like it can quit!” At that moment, Evans realized it was Darryl Zanuck, as opposed to James Cagney, that he wanted to emulate. Thus a moniker, and a legend, was born.

A fair to middling actor by his own admission, Evans’ career as a thespian fizzled out as quickly as it started. Evans returned to “being in women’s pants,” as he likes to joke, running Evan-Picone with brother Charles, but he longed to try his hand at producing movies. In the mid-60’s, he saw his chance, optioning a novel by Roderick Thorpe called The Detective, attaching Frank Sinatra to play the lead. This led to a multi-picture development deal at 20th Century Fox. Evans was getting ink again on the entertainment page, most notably, a piece in the New York Times by a young scribe named Peter Bart. The piece caught the eye of Gulf + Western chairman Charles Bluhdorn. Impressed by Evans’ moxie, Bluhdorn summoned “the kid” to Gulf + Western’s New York offices, offering Evans the position of head of European production for Paramount Pictures, one of G+W’s subsidiaries. Paramount, which at that time was “ranked 9th out of 8 studios in town,” was in dire straits, most of its investors pressuring the board to sell the lot for a tidy sum to the Jewish cemetery that bordered it. Bluhdorn refused to let this happen, quickly recognizing Evans’ solid-gold instincts, and promoting him to head of production back in LA. Evans just as quickly hired Bart to be his right hand man. This was 1966. By 1972, Evans had taken Paramount from the basement to the penthouse: the top studio in town.

Among Evans’ legendary accomplishments during his tenure at Paramount was during the production of Marathon Man, Evans was set upon getting Laurence Olivier to play the role of villainous Nazi war criminal Christian Szell. However, because Olivier at the time was riddled with cancer, he wasn’t insurable, so Paramount refused to use him. In desperation, Evans called his friends Merle Oberon and David Niven to arrange a meeting with the House of Lords (the upper body of the British parliament). There, he urged them to put pressure on Lloyd’s of London to insure Britain’s greatest living actor. The ploy succeeded and a frail Olivier started working on the film. In the end, not only did he net an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor, but his cancer also went into remission. Olivier lived on for another 13 years and never stopped working.

Evans’ other legacy has been his propensity for surrounding himself with the world’s most glamorous and desired women, a list of names that would make Hugh Hefner green with envy. His male friends included Hollywood stalwarts Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, statesmen like Henry Kissinger, and behind-the-scenes powerbrokers, like the legendary and secretive Sidney Korshak. Married and divorced five times (his exes including Ali MacGraw, and former Miss America Phyllis George), Evans personified the glamorous movie mogul of the 70’s: blessed with the looks and wardrobe of a male model, architect of some of the most groundbreaking movies in history, his Beverly Hills estate, Woodland, the site of glamorous parties, precedent-setting business deals, and storybook romances. By the end of the decade, Robert Evans was approaching the sort of Hollywood omnipotence that people like Steven Spielberg and George Lucas achieved a decade later.

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In 1980, however, everything came crashing down. Implicated in a high-profile cocaine bust (even though he was 3,000 miles away when it occurred), Evans name was tarnished almost beyond repair, in spite of never being formally charged with any crime. In addition to a worsening cocaine problem, Evans’ biggest professional debacle was the ill-fated film The Cotton Club (1984) a labor of love for Evans, which turned into a literal nightmare. To add insult to injury, the murder of Roy Radin, an acquaintance Evans met as a potential investor in the film, was dubbed “The Cotton Club Murder Case” by the press, further tarnishing his once-spotless image. By the end of the decade, Evans was virtually destitute, a pariah in the town he loved, and the business that he helped shape.

Deciding to pull himself up by the bootstraps in 1990, Evans embarked on what would be his comeback project. The Kid Stays in the Picture was Evans’ life story, a Hollywood memoir that not only became an international best-seller, but also became required reading for a new generation of filmmakers and studio execs. The audio version of the warts-and-all tale became even more legendary, with Evans himself reading from the book, and acting out his life. Soon the phone started ringing again. Old pal Stanley Jaffe, now head of production at Paramount, offered Evans a place back at his old home, setting up a production deal. “The Kid” was back in the picture…with another hurdle around the corner.

In 1997, while hosting a party for filmmaker Wes Craven at Woodland, Evans rose to toast his guest, then dropped to the floor, the victim of a massive stroke. Once hospitalized, two more strokes followed, paralyzing the right side of Evans’ body. Doctors told him he would be wheelchair-bound for the rest of his life, if he were lucky. Determined to prove them wrong, Evans spent the next two years undergoing painful physical and speech therapy, rebuilding himself and his life.

Meanwhile, the book and audio of The Kid Stays in the Picture just kept growing in popularity. Approached by old pal Graydon Carter, Editor of Vanity Fair, Carter suggested turning Kid into a film, a self-narrated documentary about Evans’ surreal, rollercoaster of a life. The result: Nanette Burnstein and Brett Morgen’s documentary The Kid Stays in the Picture. A huge hit at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Kid the movie is a fascinating, sad, hilarious, thrilling self-portrait of a man who refuses to be anyone but himself. The Focus Films release is currently playing in LA and New York, with a wider release planned for late Summer and early Fall. As Evans himself said, “I got to have a third act, and it’s been the greatest of my life.”

Robert Evans sat down with Venice recently in the screening room at Woodland, a place where more Hollywood history has been made than all the boardrooms at Paramount, telling the tale of how he has managed to stay Hollywood’s version of the mythical bird the Phoenix, rising up from the ashes that surround him, to be reborn.

What precipitated your writing the book “The Kid Stays In the Picture”?

Robert Evans: I wrote this book not knowing if it would be published or not. I could have cared less. I didn’t care if anyone even read it, just one person: my son, Josh. From the time Josh was seven years old until he was 17, his old man went from royalty to infamy. And kids can be very cruel. Unfortunately, royalty fades and infamy stays. The day Josh graduated from high school, the headline on the front page of the L.A. Times read: “Robert Evans Involved in Murder.” There all the kids were, dressed in their caps and gowns. Bob Daly was there. Terry Semel was there. Both their kids were graduating as well. And in spite of everything I accomplished in my life, I felt so low. Josh came up to me, hugged and kissed me, and I was just crying. Afterwards we all went to lunch, just me, Josh, and his mom, Ali MacGraw. Then I went home by myself and just cried some more, thinking “Why should Josh have to go through all this shit because of me and my mistakes?” So I wanted to write a book that would tell Josh who his old man really is. You can’t lie to a kid. You have to tell the truth. So I disappeared for four years while I wrote this book. And it wasn’t cathartic at all. It was painful to write about your fuck-ups, because then you’ve got to rewrite them and rewrite them and rewrite them. This book was the only legacy I could leave to him. I had no money. I lost my house. It was the most humble, purest endeavor of my life.

One could also argue that it’s been the most successful endeavor of your life.

Absolutely, more so than any film I ever produced. When I was finished with the book, every publisher wanted it, and it became an international bestseller. It also got me the best reviews of my life. Then when I did the audio version, it became a bestseller as well. One day (Vanity Fair Publisher) Graydon Carter came to me and said he wanted to make a film of it. I said ‘Graydon, you can’t make a film of an audio recording.’ (laughs) ‘I don’t want actors playing all these real people from my life. I don’t want George Hamilton playing me!’ (laughs) He said “We’ll figure a way of doing it.” Graydon spent two-and-a-half years getting releases from people who we never thought we’d get releases from: Jack Nicholson, Dustin Hoffman, Warren Beatty…out of 256 releases which we needed, we got 255! So it took two and a half years to make the picture. When I went to the screening at Sundance earlier this year, it was the first time I saw it all put together. It was a hallucinatory experience for me because it hurt. It hurt bad. When the picture was over, I got a 15 minutes standing ovation. I’d never had a two-minute standing ovation in my life. All this from a book I wrote for my kid. And the interesting thing is we’ve never discussed the book. We’ve never discussed the audio. We’ve never discussed the movie. He knows and I know and he’s the closest friend I have.

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Robert Evans and son Josh Evans.

There’s a very touching note you wrote to Josh that’s in the book.

Yeah. Would you like me to read it?

Sure.

(Reading from the book) “Hey Runt! Spent over three years writing this. It hurt. Hurt bad. Reliving your fuckups ain’t easy. Then writing ’em and rewriting ’em, that’s the killer. Did it for you. Yeah you, you little runt. You deserve it! I wouldn’t be today if it weren’t for you. I know it. You know it. Fuck it! I ain’t ashamed. Why keep it a secret? Knew the pain you were goin’ through, too. Showed all over your face. Them pimples you thought of squeezin’? That’s how many sleeping pills I thought of takin’. You pulled one hell of a hat trick, kid. That tightrope, you balanced it like a pro. Your strength stopped my fall. We’ve never talked about it, so I’m writin’ it. Set the record straight. Talkin’ disappears. That’s why it’s on paper. For better or worse, at least you’ll know who your ole man really is. How much he loves you. It’s all that matters. Pop.”

That’s a beautiful letter.

Well. I wanted to show him my life, warts and all. This is my legacy to him. And by doing that, it opened up doors that changed my entire life. It’s funny, not long ago I was completely washed up. Then to make matters worse, I had a stroke. I was half paralyzed. I had to learn how to walk again, talk again, hold a fork again. My right side was paralyzed, including half my tongue. But for some reason, the guy upstairs gave me a second pass. I heard the fat lady sing, literally. I heard Ella Fitzgerald singing It’s a Wonderful World. I saw the white light, then I passed out. When I woke up in the hospital, I thought I was in heaven at first. But when I really regained consciousness, I found myself more like Quasimodo than myself. I really felt like a freak. I took speech therapy for three years to learn how to use my tongue again. The real pain was the physical therapy, though. I used to be a pretty damn good tennis player, and I couldn’t even hold onto a ball. It was tough, but I did it because I wanted to prove them doctors wrong! I’ve never lived by the rules. I ain’t corporate. I’m not a good executive and I’m a lousy businessman, and I’ve never kept the hours that other studio heads did. I learned t his from Zanuck: when he ran 20th Century Fox, he showed up to the studio at 2 o’clock and left at midnight. So when I ran Paramount, I never had breakfast meetings. I can’t help it. I’m just not good in the morning. I’d show up at 11:30 and work until midnight. Everyone resented it, the idea being that you have to show up at 9. I’m not a 9-to-5 guy.

You always did most of your business from home, right?

More Hollywood history was made in my screening room during the late 60’s and 70’s than anywhere else. Chinatown was born here.The Godfather was born here. Francis Coppola and I practically fought WW III here during that time. Dustin Hoffman and Larry Olivier both lived here during Marathon Man. Olivier lived here for six months. Larry Olivier couldn’t get a job at the time, because he had cancer and no one would insure him. He was destitute. He couldn’t afford to send his son to college. Through my good friends David Niven and Merle Oberon, I was able to go before the House of Lords, and persuade them to get insurance for the greatest actor of our time through Lloyd’s of London. Olivier threw his arms around when it was over and said “You saved my life, old boy.” Not long after that, his cancer went into remission and he was able to live his last 13 years doing some of the most brilliant work of his career. That’s one of the proudest moments my life. It’s funny, I’ve led a very blessed and a very cursed life.

I think you’ve had more extreme ups and downs than almost anyone in Hollywood history.

I’ve touched magic as much as anyone, and I’ve been scandalous as much as anyone. And the strange thing is, all my “scandals” were non-truths. I’ve done a lot of wrong things in my life, but the two things that really brought me infamy: the coke bust and the so-called “Cotton Club murder” of Roy Raydin, I had nothing to do with. How can I get busted for something when I’m 3000 miles away? My nose ain’t that long. (laughs) But, I get ink. If you live by the sword, you die by the sword. People made careers over my carcass. I’m afraid to walk past the Hustler store on Sunset, forget about going in it! Someone takes a picture, boom! There I am on the front page: “Bob Evans, porn fiend!” (laughs) That’s why I rarely leave my house anymore. I’d get in too much trouble! (laughs)

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Out on the town with Ava Gardner, circa mid-’50s.

Yeah, but you were fodder for the scandal sheets way before your tenure at Paramount.

Oh yeah, going back to when I was dating Ava Gardner and Lana Turner at the same time, in the mid ’50s. I was getting headlines before most of today’s studio executives were even born. I have clippings of me with Terry Moore while she was secretly dating Howard Hughes.

Not bad!

In my teens, I was being kept by four women. I always had a knack for getting myself in trouble! I guess you could say that I’ve been leading a high profile, sometimes notorious existence for a long time. That’s what Jack Nicholson said I should call my book: “Notorious”! (laughs)

With John Frankenheimer on the set of Black Sunday, 1976.

You’ve worked with many amazing directors in your career. In 1977, you produced Black Sunday, which was directed by John Frankenheimer, who recently passed. What are your memories of working with him?

John, to me, is one of the best directors I ever worked with. He’s very unappreciated, too, I think. John went through a very bad period of alcoholism, which made him more than a few enemies. But I loved working with him, thought he was a terrific guy. Black Sunday turned out to be a terrific picture, but one of the big disappointments of my life. When that picture came out, they thought it would do more business than Jaws, that’s how big they thought it would be. I turned down an offer of $ 6.6 million to buy my points in it. I owned 57% of the film. You know how much business it wound up doing? Nothing. It tanked, due to a lot of factors. First, Arab groups claimed we were anti-Arab because the villains in the piece were Arab terrorists. Jewish groups claimed we were anti-Semitic because we tried to explain why someone would join a movement like Black September. I wound up spending a fortune of my own money to hire private security to protect myself because I was receiving death threats. Then, a few months before the film came out, Universal released Two Minute Warning, a film about a sniper in the LA Coliseum during a football game. Even though Two Minute Warning got awful reviews and Black Sunday got raves, and the two films couldn’t have been more different, people associated the two and stayed away. You just never know.

In almost every show business biography and autobiography I’ve read, their subjects are portrayed having one amazing success after another, almost to the point of omnipotence, only to self-destruct just when things seem like they’re perfect. What causes that tendency, do you think?

Gambling. Most successful filmmakers and producers are gamblers at heart. I mean, literally. Darryl Zanuck had such a bad problem he had to borrow money from Howard Hughes. And let’s face it: what’s a bigger risk in life than making films? And when you gamble, you don’t always win. David O. Selznick died broke. I wanted to be Selznick, that’s why I did The Cotton Club, and wanted to own it. But I wasn’t as smart as he was.

You write so well, it’s surprising that you didn’t have a career as a writer at one time.

Well, I co-wrote more scripts than you can possibly imagine, although I never took credit for them and didn’t want to.

But you are working on a sequel to The Kid Stays in the Picture.

Yes, it’s called The Fat Lady Sang. I open it with my stroke, when I was hosting a party for Wes Craven. I’m about halfway through it now. It’s about my life post-Kid, post-stroke, told in flashbacks, also a lot of things from my earlier life that weren’t covered in Kid. It’s all about the third act of my life that I didn’t have before. I’ll tell you, I can’t believe I’m here talking with you now. I should be dead. The guy upstairs is keeping me here a little longer to do something else. I’ve also got a new picture in production, called How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, starring Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey. It’s shooting in New York and Toronto.

You seem to be completely recovered from the stroke. If I didn’t know what had happened, I’d never have guessed.

I had three, actually. One here and two in the hospital. I’m about 90% recovered, I’d say. The three most important things in my life before the stroke were the three S’s: sun, sex and sports. I can’t take the sun anymore because of all the pills I’ve got to take. I used to be a good tennis player. Now I’m in the paraplegic league, but I can play. Sex wise, let’s just say I’m not as dexterous as I was before, but I’ve got my libido at least. Sex will always be important to me. It always has been. That’s why none of my marriages lasted. (laughs)

I think any man who was in your position would have had a hard time being monogamous.

I haven’t been since I was 17. That’s why Frank Sinatra wanted to meet me so badly, when he saw me with Lana and Ava at the same time! He was very curious, to say the least. I actually didn’t dig Lana that much because she was a terrible alcoholic, in public places, too. She was a very unhappy lady, as was Ava. Terrible alcoholic. Very unhappy with her life. In fact, most actresses I’ve known are very unhappy with their lives.

Let’s talk about your days at Paramount. You came there at such a unique time. You even convinced the board to give you complete autonomy in running the studio.

Yeah, but that didn’t happen right away. I thought I was about to be fired. So I had Mike Nichols shoot this 40 minute film for me, which I presented to the unsmiling, 18 member board of Gulf and Western (Paramount’s then-owner) in New York, convincing them at Paramount would be the No. 1 studio in town after the release of Love Story and The Godfather. I signed resignation papers when I arrived in the office, saying they could keep the $ 300,000 it would cost them to buy out the rest of my contract if they’d just watch this 40 minute film. They agreed. After I screened it, Charlie Bluhdorn, my boss, called me into his office and told me to go back to work. I said “But Charlie, I resigned.” He said “Whaddya want, more money?” I said “I don’t want another dime from you. What I want is to be in a position were not a single one of those 18 motherfuckers can come on my lot, interfere with my films, or bother me in any way. I want complete control.” He says “Evans, are you crazy? I can’t do that? It’s against all corporate rules.” I said “OK, I’m going. Goodbye.” He said “Get back here!” So Charlie goes back in before the board. After an hour, he comes back. “Okay Evans, you got what you want. It’s your shop. You better have a lotta mazel, Evans! Now get to work!” So that’s how I got my autonomy. I wasn’t a fence straddler. I gambled with my 300 Gs and that’s what took Paramount to 140 nominations and that’s what made history. What do you think most studios would have said to me if I went to them and said “I want to make the story of 18-year-old boy who falls in love with an 80-year-old woman, to be directed by an acid head (Hal Ashby) and written by a guy who cleans swimming pools (Colin Higgins)”? They’d throw it out the window! (laughs) And that’s how we touched magic.

That’s one of my favorite films, Harold and Maude.

I show it every Valentine’s Day! It’s such a romantic film.

Tell us about Hal Ashby.

I loved Hal. A sweet, sweet man, and a great director. He died way too early. He was a brilliant film editor and had a good reputation for that, but his first picture (The Landlord) hadn’t even come out yet when we were prepping Harold and Maude. Colin Higgins worked for (producer) Eddie Lewis as a pool boy! I think it’s a classic that’ll last forever. Every film that the so-called “suits” didn’t want to make were all hits, and the pictures that they did want to make were all flops. No one wanted to make The Godfather. With Chinatown, they begged me “It’s Chinese, nobody’ll understand it!” They didn’t want to release it. They didn’t understand it. Then after it came out, after all the accolades, suddenly they understood it.

You mentioned how much the studio world has changed since you began in the mid-60s. Could Bob Evans happen today, or was it great timing: the right man for the job at the right time?

It could happen. I’ve always been fortunate enough to meet people who have been mentors me. Some people didn’t. Some people did. Fortunately, most people who did were at the top. I think it could be done again. Joe Roth has done it, very successfully. I didn’t much earlier age, though. I’m a huge gambler. My attitude always was if I get fired, I get fired. Big deal. So I took chances. I did things people said couldn’t be done. If someone came into my office and said “I’ve got a great idea for this picture. It’ll be so commercial and everyone will love it!” I’d say “Get outta here!” But if someone came in my office and said “I’ve got a really weird story to tell you. It may not work, but I think it’s really terrific and I’m in love with it.” That’s what happened with a film called Don’t Look Now (Nicolas Roeg, 1973). Nic Roeg went to everyone in town. No one wanted to make it. I did. Now it’s regarded as a classic. If you pick one hit out of three, you doing great. If a ballplayer bats one in three, he’s a star. If you hit a homer or two, you’re a big star. I always went by the percentages. With Roman Polanski, everybody told me I was crazy to hire this weird Polack to direct this high-profile movie (Rosemary’s Baby). I said “That’s why I’m doing it: it’s crazy!” You’ve got to risk to do something different, something original. If you don’t do what’s original, all you care about is keeping your job. Rules were made to be broken. Break them!

That’s one thing about this new generation of directors that’ve been pulled from commercials and music videos: they’re not in the filmmaking business, they’re in the advertising business and at the end of the day: they turn in these $ 150 million mouthwash ads.

Exactly. Everything is MTV-ized. There’s no scenes. There’s no texture. It’s cut, cut, cut! No one has the patience to sit and listen. You gotta have boom, boom, boom! Gotta have shoot ’em up! Gotta have a happy ending! Know what? I don’t believe in happy endings! I think they ruin things. I don’t believe in the boy getting the girl in the end. I believe in unrequited love. There’s nothing more mesmerizing than unrequited love. And real. Waterloo Bridge, Love Story, Chinatown.

Best last line of a movie ever, in Chinatown!

“Forget it Jake, it’s Chinatown.” Yeah, it’s a great one.

One thing that your book and the film really drive home is how mercurial relationships in Hollywood are. It would drive most people mad. How do you keep your sanity in that environment?

I’ll tell you how: I keep my circle very small: Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty, Sumner Redstone, Peter Bart, a few others. When I was at my lowest, I didn’t lose my friendships.

Now you’ve become a hero and mentor to a new generation of young actors and filmmakers. Track record aside, I think it must be your candor that draws them to you.

People ask me “What’s the most important thing in your life.” I always answer “It has nothing to do with morality, it’s always telling the truth. Because then you never have to remember what you’ve said.” That way I can walk into any room at any time, and just tell it like it is. People may not like you for it, but there’s an asterisk to it: omission ain’t lying. (laughs)

Sidney Korshak, “The Godfather.”

The most fascinating character in your book was your late attorney and mentor Sidney Korshak.

I’m working with Billy Friedkin right now on the Korshak story. He was the ultimate power, my godfather. I spent every day with him for 40 years. A big bear of a guy, six foot five, former boxer. He was totally legitimate, never had a misdemeanor against him, but was the most powerful man I ever met. Seymour Hersh spent three years writing an article for The New York Times on Sidney and in three years, could find nothing out about him! Nothing!

And there was the secret of his power: anonymity. Prior to reading your book, I’d never heard of him.

Exactly.

Do you think your opposite profile, a very high one, is what made you such an easy target?

Yeah, absolutely.

Another lesson I learned in the book is to not be shy about approaching people, if you want to be in show biz.

And the bigger the person, the more approachable they are! I could reach George W. Bush easier on the phone than I could a junior agent at William Morris.

It sounds like The Cotton Club was the biggest professional disappointment of your life.

It was the worst single mistake I ever made in my life. I wanted it to be The Godfather with music. It took up six years of my life. I did more research on that than any picture I’ve ever done. Originally I was going to produce and direct it, and dedicate it to my late father, who had the first integrated dental practice in Harlem: “For you Pop, wherever you are. Your son, Bobby.” We even had a great poster drawn up for it. It read: “Its violence started the nation. Its music startled the world.” It was the single worst experience of my entire life. In 1979, when I began work on the project, I was worth $ 11 million. In 1989, I was worth $ 37.00. That was the 80’s for me. Not a fun time.

I’ve heard rumors that a longer version was going to be released.

It should be. Eleven musical numbers were cut out. I think it was done on purpose. All those guys that put the money up lost a fortune. I put my house up, too. But no, no, I doubt it. I think Francis had a score to settle with me after The Godfather. He was resentful, feeling I took too much credit for the film.

You’d think he’d be grateful to you.

No. No. (long pause) Francis is the most charming, seductive man I’ve ever met. I think he’s a direct descendent of Prince Machiavelli. Once you leave his kitchen, you’re enamored by him. (laughs) He’s so talented, so brilliant, and a dreamer. And I think rather self-destructive. We’ve only spoken once since that time, at the 25th anniversary screening of The Godfather. We all went down to the front of the theater afterwards, to tremendous applause. Francis started to pass me. Then he stopped, put his arms around me and whispered in my ear “We did something right.” That about sums it up.

How do you keep rising from the ashes like the Phoenix? What’s your secret?

Very simple: I wanna stay in the picture, because once you’re outta the picture, you’re out.

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After 54 Years Together, Jack Evans And George Harris Become First Same-Sex Couple To Marry In Dallas

They waited over half a century to say “I do.”

On Friday, Jack Evans, 85, and George Harris, 82, became the first same-sex couple to wed in Dallas County, Texas.

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Judge Dennise Garcia, left front, watches as George Harris, center left, 82, and Jack Evans, center right, 85, kiss after being married on Friday, June 26, 2015, in Dallas.

According to NBC 5 News, the octogenarians were the first of 170 same-sex couples to be married in Dallas County on Friday. Their nuptials came just hours after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide.

Evans and Harris have been together for more than 54 years.

“You would have been blown away by the crowd there, there must have been 450 people there, people waiting to get married, reporters. It was amazing. Just amazing,” Evans told People magazine about the unforgettable moment. “Ten years ago [marriage equality] was not within the realm of possibility.”

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Evans (left) and Harris show their marriage license after being the first couple to receive it from the Dallas County Clerk on June 26, 2015.

Evans and Harris have reportedly spent decades fighting for gay rights and marriage equality, founding both the North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce and The Dallas Way, a project aimed at preserving and documenting the history of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community in the city.

“Our real focus has been our legacy for the community, that our whole lives have been trying to improve, to encourage the young people to make a difference,” Harris told D Magazine last year. “They think they can walk down Cedar Springs holding hands, and it’s just automatically come to that, but there was a lot of struggle to get there.”

Prior to the Supreme Court’s ruling last week, Texas had been one of 13 states where gay marriage was banned. However, the battle is still not over. On Sunday, the state’s attorney general Ken Paxton (R) announced that county clerks in Texas will still be able to refuse marriage licenses to same-sex couples based on religious objections.

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Take the Heat: A Criminal Romance Anthology – Skye Warren, Pam Godwin, Shoshanna Evers, Tamsin Flowers, Sheri Savill, Audrey Lusk, Elizabeth Coldwell, Cynthia Rayne, Trent Evans, Giselle Renarde & Candy Quinn

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Take the Heat: A Criminal Romance Anthology

Skye Warren, Pam Godwin, Shoshanna Evers, Tamsin Flowers, Sheri Savill, Audrey Lusk, Elizabeth Coldwell, Cynthia Rayne, Trent Evans, Giselle Renarde & Candy Quinn

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Publish Date: September 9, 2014

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The ultimate bad boys, criminals capture our attention and awaken our darkest desires. Celebrate the illicit in this romantic suspense anthology, where handcuffs are used for more than play. These stories are shocking, sexy, and thought-provoking. In New York Times Bestseller Skye Warren’s Magnolia Hotel, meet the heroine who pays her brother’s debt to a loan shark—who happens to be her childhood crush. Find out if the jury made the right decision in Acquitted by award-winning author Giselle Renarde. Explore a dark and sensual psychology with New York Times Bestseller Pam Godwin in Unlawful Seduction. New York Times Bestseller Skye Warren – Magnolia Hotel Cynthia Rayne – Captivated New York Times Bestseller Pam Godwin – Unlawful Seduction Sheri Savill – Slipknot New York Times Bestseller Shoshanna Evers – This Might Hurt A Bit Candy Quinn – The Bombshell Tamsin Flowers – Playing with Fire Elizabeth Coldwell – Disposing of Donnie Audrey Lusk – Surprise Witness Trent Evans – Last Day Giselle Renarde – Acquitted Ride the edge of desire and see if you can TAKE THE HEAT…

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Jenelle Evans — Domestic Violence Charge Dropped … Working Things Out

Jenelle Evans and her estranged baby daddy are trying to work things out between them … and step one was him not pursuing a domestic violence case against her.   Evans got popped last month for allegedly attacking Nathan Griffith, but the case was…

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The Complete Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Recordings – Tony Bennett & Bill Evans

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The Complete Tony Bennett / Bill Evans Recordings

Tony Bennett & Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: April 14, 2009

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Incomparable – Faith Evans

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Genre: Soul

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Release Date: November 24, 2014

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‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Jenelle Evans Turns Herself In … With a Camera Crew

“Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans has decided to face the music and turn herself in to police in South Carolina amid allegations she beat up her baby daddy. Evans showed up to the Myrtle Beach Police Department — with a few camera guys in tow — Thursday…

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Darius Rucker and Sara Evans Channel Johnny and June

Darius Rucker and Sara Evans are goin' down to "Jackson."
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A Minute With: Hemsworth, Evans get playful with ‘Avengers’

Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans talk bringing the gang back together for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and the presence of female characters in superhero films. Rough cut – no reporter narration.


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Sara Evans Blasts Fox’s ‘Last Man on Earth’: ‘I Was Thoroughly Disgusted’

It’s a good thing Will Forte’s last man standing Phil Miller doesn’t have to share an apocalyptic earth with Sara Evans. The “Slow Me Down” singer recently went on a Facebook rant about Forte’s Fox series The Last Man on Earth, which casts the Saturday Night Live alum as the only…
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RIP Notorious B.I.G: Diddy, Kendrick Lamar, Faith Evans & More Celebs Pay Tribute to Late Rapper on Anniversary of His Death

The Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, InstagramMarch 9 marks the anniversary of the day that rapper Christopher Wallace, better known as Notorious B.I.G or Biggie Smalls, tragically left us in 1997.

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Ex ‘Teen Mom’ Jenelle Evans — Fiancé Arrested for Domestic Violence

Well, at least it wasn’t former “Teen Mom” Jenelle Evans in cuffs this time — instead it was her fiancé who got arrested Wednesday in South Carolina for a domestic violence incident.  Nathan Griffith is currently being held without…

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Chris Evans and Chris Pratt Become Real-Life Superheroes During Surprise Visit to Children’s Hospital

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For several hospital patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital, Saturday wasn’t just any other day. Instead, it was a star-studded…


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The Best of Bill Evans (Remastered) – Bill Evans

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The Best of Bill Evans (Remastered)

Bill Evans

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 27, 2004

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Leather and Lace – Jessie Evans

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Leather and Lace

Jessie Evans

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: July 14, 2014

Publisher: Michael Fedele

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LEATHER AND LACE Lonesome Point, Texas, Book 1 Cowboy bikers, fireworks, and romance, oh my… Wild girl, Mia Sherman, has a secret—she isn’t as fearless as she pretends. Descended from Lonesome Point, Texas’s founding family, Mia grew up hearing tales of an old Irish curse that had followed the Shermans to America. At age twenty-four, Mia is still terrified of the stories, because they aren’t stories. They are a warning about what will happen if Mia allows love and romance into her life. The curse struck Mia’s grandmother and her great-great-whatever grandmother, and Mia knows she could be next. The first-born daughter of every generation is cursed to lose her husband on her wedding night, which is one of the many reasons Mia has sworn off relationships.  Until the fateful day Sawyer Kane rides his Harley into her life… Rancher turned restoration expert, Sawyer Kane, can’t believe his luck when the feisty owner of the lingerie shop next to his hotel turns out to be the curator of his latest project, a ghost town he’s been sent to restore. He’s looking forward to long, hot days talking history, and hotter nights with Mia, but the redhead with the killer smile seems determined to keep him at a friendly distance. But when a dangerous man from Mia’s past arrives in town, Sawyer finds himself drawn into her inner circle, and into the legend of Lonesome Point itself. Can true love conquer all, even a centuries-old curse? Mia and Sawyer may be the first to find out. Look for the entire Lonesome Point series by New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jessie Evans: LEATHER AND LACE (Book 1) SADDLES AND SIN (Book 2) DIAMONDS AND DUST (Book 3) Twelve Dates of Christmas: The Ballad of Lula Jo GLITTER AND GRIT (Book 4) CHAPS AND CHANCE (Book 5) ROPES AND REVENGE (Book 6)

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Evans, Downey, Jr. get People’s Choice awards, Reeves lands in Seoul

The day’s top showbiz news and headlines including The People’s Choice awards are handed out, Keanu Reeves brings “John Wick” to Seoul, and Elvis Presley would have turned 80 on Thursday. Bob Mezan reports.


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NBA’s Reggie Evans — Most Adorable Bling Ever

He might be one of the toughest guys in the NBA, but Sacramento Kings player Reggie Evans has a soft spot for his kids … as evidenced by the adorable chain he rocked around NYC yesterday.  Evans — who was in town to play the Brooklyn Nets –…

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The Kid Stays in the Picture (Unabridged) – Robert Evans

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The Kid Stays in the Picture (Unabridged)

Robert Evans

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 16.95

Publish Date: June 4, 2013

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Faith Evans Says She’d Collaborate With Lil’ Kim

Despite their controversial past history, Faith Evans says she’d consider collaborating with Lil’ Kim. During a recent interview with Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live Faith said that she’s willing to bury the hatchet with Lil’ Kim, despite Kim’s affair with her late husband Notorious B.I.G.
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Faith Evans — Hair Extension Problems? Just Ratchet!!

Faith Evans gave it to us straight — her biggest pain in the ass is removing hair extensions. She says it takes more than SIX agonizing hours!!  But we say … there’s a better way, Faith. As long as you’re down to fight total…

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Rachel Evans, JJ, and Wein Lewis

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Rachel can’t decide who she wants to bang her silly. Will it be Jj? Or will it be Wein? Fuck it, she’s taking both at the same time and she’ll make her decision tomorrow.

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