Tuesday, June 23, 2009

“PEREZ HILTON, The price to pay for been a famous celebrity gossip Blogger”

By Esteban "Steven" Escobar, Diversity News Publications ____________________________________________________

Celebrity gossip blogger, Perez Hilton posted on his blog on 6-22-2009 as his real name: Mario Lavandeira a video of the attack from Polo Molina, Black Eyed Peas manager.


The video lasted about 12 minutes where Perez calls Will.I.Am “Disgusting Human Being.”
Perez appears to be very emotional and upset at the Black Eyed Peas on his video. He was in Toronto, Canada for the MuchMusic Awards as a presenter.

He mentions he does not need PRESS because his website has 10 millions + hits every day. He explains on the video the Will.I.Am confronted him while leaving Cobra Club after party.

TMZ.COM reports: “Hilton claims Will and his manager, Polo, followed him outside the club -- and then Polo punched him in the head "2 or 3 times."

Perez ended crying at the end of the video and disagrees of what did happen to him. __________________________________________________________
Editor Note: Diversity News Publications Staff, contacted him but as date of this story no response yet. If we heard from him we will add an update to this shocking and unacceptable incident. Mr. Hilton needs to hire a body guard when he is in public. I know he is not likeable by some people, but that do not give any one the right to attack him.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

New West Hollywood 21st Century Landmark

Written by Esteban “Steven” Escobar, Diversity News Publications Staff
Proof Read by Don Hudson, Diversity News Publications Special Contributor

After almost two years being closed due to an electrical fire. Micky’s Bar opened again all transformed as the new 21st Century Landmark. The club opened it is doors on April 23, 2009, but the Official Grand Re-Opening Ceremony was held on June 10, 2009 from 4pm to 10pm. The theme for the Official Grand Re-Opening was Circus Extravaganza. It was decorated with balloons, clown at the main entrance door and even featured real Go-go clowns, Scantily-Clad Performers and much more.

On the Official Grand Re-Opening Micky’s management and staff shared in a press conference with members of the media, government officials and club patrons what did happen to the club on the wild terrible evening of August 21, 2007 when the fire started.

Special dedication recognition was given to the West Hollywood Fire Department. John Duran, West Hollywood Council Member made the official declaration for Micky’s to be opened again for business. Micky’s management, staff with government officials pose for the Ribbon cutting ceremony (Ribbon made up of AussieBum Undies). The VIP party was held on the 2nd floor where free drinks and food snacks was served. Afterward the celebration continued on the first floor from 7 pm to 10 pm where again free drinks and food snacks was served to VIP and their guests and even feature some wild live entertainment. Unfortunately, somebody gave orders to bartenders to start charging regular prices around 8:30 pm without announcing to the VIP and their guests.

In a press release issue by Mike Stommel of WAGNER/JUNKER AGENCY. Designer Dean Larkin stated “This is a 21st century nightclub for a 21st century scene”. Mr. Larkin is credited with designing award winning projects such as Farmer’s Daughter Motel as well as homes for celebrities like Lily Tomlin, Jane Wagner and John Fogerty.
Micky’s used to be named, “The Four Star,” around 1933, then it was purchased on 1988 by Michael Neymeyer co-owner and he named “Micky’s.”

“For more than two decades Micky’s has been gay L.A.’s hottest community bar.” Said Michael Neymeyer, Micky’s owner. He concluded “ Times have changed and so have we; we’re excited to re-introduce our landmark space and revved-up attitude to everyone looking for a new nightclub experience.”

Micky’s is located at 8857 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069. They are open for business: Mondays to Thursdays 4pm – 2am, Fridays 4pm – 4am, Saturdays 11am – 4am and Sundays 11am – 2am. For more information call @ (310) 657-1176 or for more information about events and menu feature visit website: http://www.micky’s.com
© 2009 By Esteban “Steven” Escobar, Diversity News Publications & EEEnterprises. http://www.diversitynewsonline.blogspot.com & http://WWW.DIVERSITYNEWSPUBLICATIONS.COM

Wednesday, June 17, 2009



By Esteban “Steven” Escobar, Diversity News Publications Staff Writer
On June 8, 2008 Christopher Street West presented their Annual Pride Parade celebration in the city of West Hollywood, CA. This year was history to celebrate for the LGBT community due to the recent CA Supreme Court ruling in early May allowing Same-sex marriage to take effect June 2008.

The street of Santa Monica Boulevard from Crescent Heights to San Vicente BLVD was fill with enormous number of persons who gathered together to celebrate, participate, watch the floats, laugh, have fun and show support to the LGBT community. The parade started at 11 am and ended around 2pm. On Friday, Saturday & Sunday was celebrated with famous celebrities such as this year some of the line up performances were Olivia Newton-John, Kimberley Locke, Michelle Penn, Ami Cusack, Marcellas Reynolds, Ben Patrick Johnson.
Government officials such MAYOR ANTONIO VILLARAIGOSA and others continue to shown their support by participating in this event.

Christopher Street West agenda continues to feature Our Agenda: Love. Equality. PRIDE. The 2008 Los Angeles LGBT PRIDE Celebration (LA PRIDE) took place on June 6, 7, 8 in West Hollywood.

According to Los Angeles Times article published on June 9, 2008 “As many as 175,000 revelers, from the spectacularly garbed to the sedate, converged on West Hollywood on Sunday for the city's annual gay pride parade.” Los Angeles Times stated per: “L.A. Pride organizers estimated that up to 375,000 people attended the three-day celebration, which began Friday evening.”
Every year Christopher Street West recognizes individuals for their outstanding contributions to the community by honoring them in a variety of categories that include the arts, community and political involvement, and sports and media publications.

ABOUT CHRISTOPHER STREET WEST is a non-profit organization, Christopher Street West, is a leading partner in the advancement of rights and equality of the LGBT community. Led by professionally driven, volunteer based board members, Christopher Street West produces one of the largest Pride Celebrations in the United States with an expanding global presence reaching millions of people every year. For more information visit LAPRIDE.org
Published online on 6-17-2008 at: http://www.diversitynewspublications.com for more information e-mail us at: diversitynews@hotmail.com or write to: Diversity News Publications P.O. BOX 292306 Hollywood, CA 90029. Special Pride Parade Feature is published by Diversity News Publications. Copy Rights 2008. Reprints and photos are allowed with permission of the publisher, but credit must be noted if published as “Courtesy of Diversity News Publications”. All Rights Are Reserved



“Come on & Dance,” Special Edition CD is a mission accomplished by the singer.”

By Esteban “Steven” Escobar,
Diversity News Publications Staff Writer

Alex Laygo was born in Okinawa, Japan on September 27, 1970. He is a son of Filipinos parents who migrated to Japan. When he was 18 years Alex came with his family to the USA. ALEXEN is known as an Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Producer & Composer. Currently he lives in the City of Los Angeles County.

ALEXEN “Come on & Dance,” Special Edition it is combined from the first released in 2006 named “Come On & Dance” a pop/dance & electronica. In 2008 Merboys Entertainment Network released “Come on & Dance,” Special Edition. It is a single album featuring two versions. One is a regular album and the other is a Tsunami mix. Both songs feature special effects, sounds & electronic rhythm background. The songs for “Come on & Dance,” are perform, written, composed and remixed by Alex Laygo.

“Come on & Dance,” Special Edition CD is a mission accomplished by the singer. When you listen to both songs you want to sing, dance and move your body. The special effects, rhythm and meaning of the songs are great. The rhythm can make you want to follow it. Alex vocals are easy to understand, but I cannot hear some feelings or emotions coming out of the singer. Also vocals sound little bit dry, but with the background special effects and sounds it still can make you want to play it. I still want more from the singer to show cast his emotions & feelings of what he is singing. If a special appearance is scheduled I would like to listen and compare recorded album vs. live performance. I would also want to listen more about him on the radio. I would play his music on my car, Ipod & cellular.

If you want more information about the official “Heartbreak and Confusion”, album release party which will feature “Come on & Dance” Special Edition song to be held on May 2009 please visit: http://www.myspace.com/alexen, http://www.alexenmusic.com/ or http://www.diversitynewspublications.com/

The copyright of the article ALEXEN “Come on & Dance” Special Edition is owned by Esteban “Steven” Escobar, Diversity News Publications. Permission to republish ALEXEN “Come on & Dance” Special Edition in print or media must be granted by the author in writing. Request can be sent to: diversity@hotmaill.com or diversitynews@hotmail.com. Pictures courtesy of Alex Laygo & Merboys Entertainment Network. “Come on & Dance” Special Edition is copyright © 2008 by Alex Laygo & Merboys Entertainment Network. Article ALEXEN “Come on & Dance” Special Edition is © 2009 by Esteban “Steven” Escobar, Diversity News Publications.