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This Week - 08/04/2010
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Be sure to visit the Official Tour Page for all currently available ticket information regarding recently announced dates, printable promotional flyers (recently updated for all shows thru December!), and don't forget to check out the Golden Ticket To Mars Page for information on any available packages.
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Tuesday, MTV announced its list of nominees in this year's forthcoming annual Video Music Awards. Not only has Thirty Seconds To Mars been nominated, but the short film, The Ride, inspired by Kings And Queens, has been nominated in FOUR CATEGORIES! Click here to read Jared's reaction to the news, and see how fans can vote for Mars.
The votes are in and the fans have spoken—Thirty Seconds To Mars nabs "Best International Band" at the Kerrang! Awards 2010. Check out what the Band had to say about the recent victory; CLICK HERE and skip to timecode 2:12 for Daniel Lane's brief interview with Mars.
"THANKS SO MUCH TO THE ECHELON AND KERRANG MAGAZINE FOR THE K! AWARD FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL BAND! THIS IS YOUR AWARD, CONGRATS AND WELL DONE!" -Jared
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Weekly Picks From the Band
|Book of the Week|
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The Last Lecture fleshes out author Randy Pausch's lecture and discusses everything he wanted his children to know after his pancreatic cancer had taken his life. It includes stories of his childhood, lessons he wants his children to learn, and things he wants his children to know about him. He repeatedly stresses that one should to have fun in everything one does, that one should live life to its fullest because one never knows when it might be taken.
|Movie of the Week|
| ||A Scanner Darkly is a 2006 animated film directed by Richard Linklater based on the novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick. The film tells the story of identity and deception in a near-future dystopia constantly under intensive high-technology police surveillance in the midst of a drug addiction epidemic. The movie was filmed digitally and then animated using interpolated rotoscope over the original footage, giving it its distinctive look.|
|Album of the Week|
| ||Thriller is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Michael Jackson. Released in 1982 as the follow-up to Jackson's critically and commercially successful 1979 album Off the Wall, Thriller explores similar genres to its predecessor, including funk, soul, pop, easy listening, R&B, rock, and post-disco music. Thriller is also listed by the National Association of Recording Merchandisers #3 in its Definitive 200 Albums of All Time.|
|Restaurant of the Week|
Pink Flamingo Pizza of Paris offers round design delights available for take-out, bicycled home delivery with a t-shirt to go, or even a canal-side picnic. Cozy, convivial, and just the place to split a pizza with your bella fella.