American Idol winner turned country superstar Carrie Underwood released her new album, Storyteller last Friday, and now she has just announced the “Storyteller” tour to go along with her fifth album. Launching in January in Jacksonville, FL, the “Storyteller” tour is scheduled to make over 40 stops across North America with the last show scheduled to take place on May 30 in London, Ontario. That said, Underwood’s previous two tours, the “Play On Tour” and the “Blown Away Tour,” the latter of which played for over one million fans, each had over 100 shows, which suggests more dates are likely to be added this time around.
Hoping to catch a World Series game this year? Be prepared to cough up a pretty penny.
With the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals preparing to battle it out in the Fall Classic beginning tonight, both clubs are already posting extremely high ticket prices on the secondary market. Neither team in the hunt has claimed a World Series title since the Mets did it back in 1986, and those long droughts have sent resale ticket outlets into a frenzy ahead of this year’s series.
Simply put – when losers win, fans break the bank.
According to TicketNetwork, tickets for the 2015 World Series will be some of the most expensive World Series tickets ever sold on the secondary market. Tickets for Mets home games at Citi Field have sold for an average price of $841.33, on TicketNetwork.com. That’s pricy, however Royals World Series tickets for games at Kauffman Stadium have sold for $886 per ticket, on average.
Pacino's Sicilian-American parents divorced when he was only 2, and his mother, Rose, moved across New York City to live with her parents, Kate and James Gerardi. The Gerardis lived close to the Bronx Zoo, but originally hailed from a small town in Sicily called Corleone. "Corleone," as any true Godfather aficionado will tell you, is the last name of the crime family from the book/film trilogy in which Pacino starred as Michael Corleone. The role essentially made Pacino a household name. Talk about some consonance!