The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on November 25, 2002 · 54
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 54

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4A The Herald Monday 7 GO d tin CD QC CQ CO K ' A - V ' i APPLEGATE Access Christina Apple-gate s 31 Actor Ricardo Montal- ban s 82 Actor John Larroquette 6 55 Actress Jill Hennessy is 33 Si"ger Amy Grant is 42 CD O Tyrese finds He believes m “making the possible out of the impossible" That’s how the sexy soulful singer model hnd actor Tyrese described his recent race to finish his latest album I Want To Go There iecord executive Clive Davis’s new label J Records ! Tyrese who has been a temporary Miami resident for 48 days recorded the CD while filming The Fast & the Furious II 1 “There was a whole lot of Fed-fcxing going on” said Tyrese'who finished the album last weekend It's due out Dec 17 1 Known for his bald head tattoos and chiseled body the former MTV veejay unveiled his latest “baby” Saturday to a hand-picked group of entertainment reporters brought to South Beach from Los Angeles and blew York by record executives Jmong the 13 listeners was fellow PO DOUBT No Doubt gets keys It was a return to the Tragic - uh Magic Kingdom for rock band No Doubt The Anaheim-bred band received the keys to the city Friday at Disneyland which the band mocked in its 1995 hit album Tragic Kingdom “It’s like coming full circle” bass TOPAYtlNTHERA Nov 25 1994: Swindle Suspect Recarey Evades US Prosecution - Miguel Recarey who has lived for seven years as a fugitive in Venezuela and Spain may have escaped American prosecutors for good when a Spanish court ruled against a request to extradite the alleged Medicare swindler to Florida Three judges of the National Court ruled that Recarey was now a Spanish citizen and that Spain’s five-year statute of limitations had expired for most crimes he is accused of committing while running International Medical Centers a giant South Florida HMO in the 1980s Need high-tech gifts for the gadget lovers on your holiday shopping list? Check out The Herald’s guide to tech toys Go to wwwher-aldcom and click on Business Special features online: MIAMI POLICE SHOOTINGS I PHILANTHROPY SECTION I HERALD WEBCAM wwwHeraidcom is the Internet edition of The Miami Herald You can read today’s articles online get news updates throughout the day search our calendar for events check sports scores find movie and dining reviews maps to the theater or restaurant and more You can also see today’s ads and search the classifieds for jobs homes cars personals f i November 25 2002 himself in new album TYRESE label mate and R&B singer Deborah Cox who joined the private party inside a fourth-floor room at the Delano Hotel 1685 Collins Ave in Miami Beach after it moved from poolside Tyrese played most of the albums' 13 tracks on a small CD to the 'Kingdom' player Tony Kanal said “Who would have ever thought we would be here?” Lead singer Gwen Stefani even had a confession “I wanted to work at Disneyland” she admitted “I wanted to sing songs at the Disneyland Hotel I used to come dancing here” player telling the story behind each song The CD he said was inspired by his fans “This time I came up with songs straight for the bed” he joked casually dressed in a a white shirt and jeans “It took me two albums to find myself but I feel like I know who I am" Among his mentors: Luther Vandross and troubled R&B stars Bobby Brown and R Kelly In addition to the title track and his current single How You Gonna Act Like That the album also features a tribute to ghetto girls with Tyrese crooning “I want a girl from the ghetto with some designer toes and tattoos” and an ode to lovemaking inspired by the zodiac signs of several former lovers -JACQUELINE CHARLES Hip-hop mogul raps the media Rapper Sean “P Diddy” Combs accused the media of ignoring the severity of the AIDS epidemic before performing at an AIDS-awareness concert Saturday in Cape Town South Africa “I don’t think you see enough of this story in your face” Combs told reporters “There are millions and millions of people that are dying and a lot of it is because it’s Africans it’s black people that are dying at this high rate” Perez 'Sopranos' alum set for Broadway Broadway has its new Frankie and Johnny Rosie Perez and Joe Pantoliano will replace Edie Falco and Stanley Tucci on New Year’s Day in the hit revival of Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune Terrence McNally’s blue-collar romance Perez is best known for her film roles in White Men Can’t Jump TierVh She Begits Herald South Of Covert at 03 n Since Bond outcharms ‘Harry Potter' Die Another Day the 20th Bond flick took in $47 million over opening weekend bumping Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to No 2 1 Die Another Day $47 million 2 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets $424 million 3 Friday After Next $131 million 4 The Santa Clause 2 $103 million 5 8 Mile $87 million' 6 The Ring $76 million 7 The Emperor's Club $41 million 8 My Big Fat Greek Wedding $38 million 9 Half Past Dead $33 million 10 Frida $24 million Combs R&B artists Alicia Keys and Usher and top South African acts Mandoza and Zola were in Cape Town to perform at MTV's Staying Alive Concert which the network will broadcast globally for World AIDS Day Dec 1 Combs and Keys spent several days in South Africa visiting AIDS projects and said they were shocked at the extent of the problem An estimated 47 million South Africans are HIV positive and Fearless and Pantoliano played the recently departed Ralph Cifaretto in HBO’s The Sopranos where Falco plays Carmela Soprano Falco and Tucci give their PEREZ last performance Dec 29 - Compiled by ERIN WRIGHT from wire reports cyrida r'°” “ THE E STREET SHUFFLE: Bruce Springsteen gets a little help from his wife Patty Scialfa and guitarist Steven ‘Little Stevie' Van Zandt during the opening of Saturday’s concert in Miami Springsteen shares love in meaningful evening by evelyn McDonnell emcdonnell(a)heraldcom Bruce Springsteen wore several friendship bracelets on his left wrist when he played the AmericanAirlines Arena Saturday night The Central American yarn bangles symbolized a show astonishing for its generosity given by an artist hitting a new collaborative peak The importance of human companionship (especially if you have famous friends like U2’s Bono and Dion of Dion and the Belmonts to duet with) was a central theme of his only South Florida stop of the world tour for his album The Rising Foremost in evidence was Springsteen’s bond with his E Street Band most of whom have played with him for decades Just three songs into the more-than-2'j-hour-long show Clarence Clemons played a sax solo on the 1978 song Promised Land whose sweet tones sounded freshly minted Springsteen answered him on the har- monica then without pause sang the chorus — as if he were still exhaling the breath first inhaled by Clemons The evening was full of such moments of intense musicality Considering the longevity of their career the band’s tightness is not so surprising But the way they continue to foster new tones — on Worlds Apart a song from that newest album several members created sounds inspired by Arabic music — shows they are more than just the greatest house band in the world as Springsteen said at one point They’re not just here to party they’re still making sounds up too Singer and guitarist Patti Scialfa for instance has never sung as beautifully as she did on Empty Sky when she answered Springsteen’s earthly plea for his loved one’s return with her otherworldly voice The song is one of several from The Rising sung from the perspective of a widow or widower the album was prompted by the number of people from Springsteen’s native New Jersey who died Sept 11 200L The fact that Springsteen was dueting with his own wife made the performance all the more haunting Duets were the mode of The Herald’s Centennial Special Section is online at wwwheraldcom View all the great features and watch an exclusive video presentation It's a fascinating look at the history of The Herald and South Florida ALEX XOLYERHERALO STAFE CONCERT REVIEW the evening as the full but not sold-out venue was treated to several surprise guests Bono and Dave Stewart (The Eurythmics) came out halfway through the show and sang Because the Night Later Springsteen brought out Dion one of his earliest influences for If I Should Fall Behind The singer of the ’60s hit The Wanderer hit the high notes with a pure grace then Springsteen joined in for a plaintive harmony As if that weren’t enough Vincent Pastore the actor who played “Big Pussy” on The Sopranos — which co-stars E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt — came out and announced the band for the first of two encores But the bond Springsteen has learned to nurture and master most is his bond with his audience In the ’80s the singer became too eager to please in the ’90s needing to assert his artistry again he alienated himself from many fans But now Springsteen knows how to demand the silent appreciation that songs about death and loss require — and to give the moments of pure abandon the crowd needs Springsteen played his most problematic yet greatest hit Bom in the USA the way he recorded it as an anthemic rocker — not as an anguished acoustic lament as he has played it for years But first he called it a “prayer for peace” near the end of an evening full of songs about love and hope it seemed as if the audience understood The only one not in a cooperative spirit was someone at AmericanAirlines Arena itself Earlier in the show a PA announcement that had been running beforehand suddenly began playing in the middle of a song The annoying announcement repeated itself through almost two whole tunes while The Boss gamely played on It was an embarrassing amateur way to treat a guest who was giving a particularly special show Evelyn McDonnell is the Herald’s pop music critic HIR SELECTED SUNDAY NOV 24 CASH 3 0-6-4 PLAY 4 3-4-6-3 SELECTED SATURDAY NOV 23 LOTTO 1-22-23-34-36-39 CORRECT PAYOFF WINNERS 6 Of 6 5 of 6 $6894 96 4 of 6 $8350 6414 3 of 6 $5 142123 SELECTED SATURDAY NOV 23 FANTASY 5 4-5-9-24-34 CORRECT PAYOFF WINNERS 5 of 5 $12378501 4 of 5 $10050 396 3 of 5 $9 1 "jf 12071 A ' V'hvilil ' ulilh

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