Celebrity Travel Spotlight: Actress Brooke Lewis

Brooke Lewis won a Golden Cob Award for “Best Scream Queen” for her performance in the 2010 cult horror hit “Slime City Massacre” securing her name as one of the top actresses in the horror genre. In addition to creating her web series Ms. Vampy’s Teen Tawk, she wanted to make a difference in the lives of young women on a deeper level, so she got certified to be a life coach. Here are some of Brooke’s favorite places in America… Continue reading

RIP Patrice O’Neal

Comedian and actor Patrice O’Neal passed on early in the morning on Nov. 29. He was 41. In rereading even this little Motor Trend Celeb Drive feature this year where some of us car enthusiasts first got introduced to him, it was an unusual venue to display his interesting mind at work, where he was just expounding about his Dodge. You could tell he was an introspective, nostalgic soul, and a thoughtful human being. He contemplates and struggles about driving a car that isn’t flashy, but then tells himself to be a leader and keep the car, as in not be materialistic about it. Later he says he drives to his old Boston neighborhood to peek out of his car and spot old friends. At the end he seemed to say he wanted to help people with what he learned in an upcoming CD.
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Celebrity Travel Spotlight: honeyhoney

The SoCal-based band honeyhoney is made up of Suzanne Santo and Ben Jaffe and they’ve just released their second album “Billy Jack.” They have a sound that has been described as evoking California’s hippie dust bowl fringe, but it defies genres with its Woody Guthrie-esque folk sound with hints of Buffalo Springfield, Bonnie Raitt and Rickie Lee Jones blended in. Here are some of Suzanne’s favorite places to visit in the country… Continue reading