There are many perks involved with being a DJ: Complimentary booze, free schwag, the adoration of hundreds at gigs, and (depending on the particular selector or promoter) possibly a nice payday. Then there are the more unusual bonuses, like the one that DJ Intel got the other night at The Monarch ... More >>
Sierra for ArizonaArizona said goodbye to the wrong elected official today.Leave it to Jan Brewer to humiliate Arizona -- yet again...President Barack Obama was in town today to tour an Intel factory getting built in Chandler -- and it took Brewer all of five seconds to make a goddamned scene.A s ... More >>
Michael HodginsMichael Hodgins has been one lucky corporate chef with a "wild" side (riding his motorcycle on weekends like a Wild Hog) and a penchant for endurance sports (probably a good idea for a food professional).
Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas has been named the creative director of innovation, according to Billboard.He'll be giving input on the development of a variety of products made by Intel Corp. The head of marketing at Intel said that the company is trying to tie entertainment and technology toge ... More >>
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