Family IDs LA Mother 40 Killed In Shreveport Bayou Submerge Crash – 3 Children Involved

Megan Victoria Brown has been named by the Caddo Coroner’s office as the woman killed when her car crashed into a Shreveport Bayou. She was 40.

Brown’s family members confirmed the sad news of Brown’s passing to members of the local press while at University Health.

Brown’s car plunged into the East Kings Highway Park, known as the Duck Pond, a part of Shreveport’s Anderson Bayou just before 7 p.m. on Monday. Three children – two 9-year-olds and a 7-year-old – were in the car when it became submerged. The children were not injured. Continue reading

Angelina Jolie UNBROKEN As SUV CRASHES BLOWS TIRES In Single Car Accident

Angelina Jolie was just involved in – what could have been a very serious rollover accident while returning from a screening of her film Unbroken in Beverly Hills.

Jolie was being driven home in a black SUV when suddenly the vehicle went out of control on the wet road, eventually sliding into the curb with enough force to blow several tires.


As the actress-director left the Writers’ Guild Theater, her driver took off fairly quickly, headed east and when the car hit the curb, it was bad, according to our eyewitness: Continue reading

Khloe Lamar Odom LOVE NEST Hits The Market

Khloe and Lamar are liquidating their love nest! The ex-couple’s home has officially been listed for sale. Divorcing reality TV star Khloe Kardashian and her soon-to-be ex-hubby, LA Clippers player Lamar Odom, have listed the Tarzana, Calif., “McMansion,” at an opening price of $5.499 million, reports the Huffington Post.

Khloe Kardashian Odom, Lamar Odom

They bought the ill-fated love shack in 2009 for $3.95 million and are obviously hoping to have some profit to be divided in a community property state kind of way.
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Lindsay, Ali Lohan go Bar-Hopping

Hey Ali, go get your big sister an ash tray.

"Hey Ali, go get your big sister an ash tray."

If only there was some sort of government body that monitored bad parents and prevented unhealthy households.  If only…

Our favorite competitive drinker, Lindsay Lohan (pictured above in her natural habitat) took her 15-year-old sister Ali out to the bars of Los Angeles recently, enjoying a night of sisterly partying and smoking.  Cute.

According to Life & Style Magazine, Linds and Ali “partied until after 1 a.m., and [Lindsay] treated Ali as if she were just one of her friends at the club with her. And Ali was excited to be there.” A waitress at the swanky Roosevelt Hotel said that “both of them were smoking like chimneys and dancing around.”

Okay, I’m not going to tell people how to live their lives but, Ali Lohan, don’t follow in your sister’s footsteps. She seems like a perfectly nice girl but she has made some horrible, horrible choices when it comes to her health.  Just look at that picture of her, she looks like Mickey Rourke a very old lady.  So while it’s fun to hang with your older sister, just stay away from the drinking and smoking.  Trust me, you’ll thank me later.

Hundreds Honor David Carradine’s Funeral Today

David Carradine in Kung Fu show

David Carradine in Kung Fu show

More than 400 people, including numerous actors, attended actor and legend David Carradine’s funeral today in Los Angeles.

Breitbart reports: “Services and the burial were private. Among those seen entering the memorial service were the actor’s brother, Keith Carradine, longtime friend Michael Madsen and “Kill Bill” co-star Lucy Liu.”

We at ThecounT are big fans of DC. Love and RIP. XO

Come Celebrate Jim Morrison’s 65th Birthday Tomorrow Night!

Press release from

LOS ANGELES, On December 8,


Jim Morrison

Jim Morrison

Legendary Hollywood Restaurant Will Mark Nov. 18 Release of Rhino’s Live at The Matrix 1967 with Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger on live 95.5 KLOS broadcast hosted by Jim Ladd Dec. 8

The Doors’ Jim Morrison would have celebrated his 65th birthday. This year, the momentous occasion will be marked at Barney’s Beanery, the legendary West Hollywood hangout on Route 66, which served as a stomping ground and home away from home for the rock icon. Since moving to its current Santa Monica Blvd. location in 1927 from Berkeley, the historic venue has hosted a variety of counter cultural legends over the years from the worlds of avant-garde art, movies, literature and rock and roll.

Both Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger of The Doors will be on hand that evening for a special live broadcast on L.A. rock station 95.5 KLOS, hosted by famed “Last D.J.,” Jim Ladd. The three will discuss and sign copies of Live at The Matrix 1967, a live CD on The Doors’ Bright Midnight Archives and Rhino Records. The two-CD set, which was recorded in San Francisco over two nights in March ’67, will be available on November 18th. The shows took place shortly before the group broke on through with their hit Summer of Love single, “Light My Fire.” Winners of a 95.5 KLOS contest will get to meet and greet Manzarek and Krieger.

The Doors

The Doors

“We decided to celebrate this occasion because Barney’s is a place where Jim Morrison hung out often,” says Barney’s Beanery principal David Houston, who bought the place in 1999 from Erwin Held. He is only the third person to own the famed venue after original founder John “Barney” Anthony and Held. “Whatever point in time you go back to, whoever was making history in pop culture, they seemed to have a foot in the Beanery.”

In the late ‘60s, Morrison and Janis Joplin were regulars at Barney’s Beanery, with Jim famously barred from the dining establishment for allegedly urinating on the bar. Houston will commemorate the event with a memorial plaque to mark the exact place.

“I’m hoping Ray’s incredibly sharp memory will help us locate it,” says Houston. “Wherever he says it happened, that’s where we’ll put it up.”

The locus of The Doors’ history, notes Houston, took place largely in a one-mile radius of the Beanery, with the band’s label Elektra headquarters and Jim’s girlfriend Pam’s clothing boutique on La Cienega Blvd., the group’s offices around the corner, the Alta Cienega Hotel, where Jim often stayed, just down the street, and the Whisky-a-Go-Go, where they regularly performed, just up the block on Sunset.

After opening new Barney’s locations at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica in 2004, and in Old Town Pasadena on Colorado Blvd. in 2006, Houston is set to launch two new Beaneries, one later this month in Burbank and another next year in Westwood.

Jim Morrison

Jim Morrison

Rhino’s Live at The Matrix 1967 is the fourth of the Bright Midnight Archives releases, and features liner notes by all three surviving members of The Doors and brand-new cover art by renowned San Francisco artist Stanley Mouse. Whereas the three previous collections documented The Doors’ final 1970 tour, this latest edition takes you back to the early days, when the band was still working out arrangements and lyrics.

“This is probably the closest we’ve come to a true document of The Doors without constraints,” says the band’s longtime producer/engineer Bruce Botnick, who worked on the reissue. “You’ve never heard the group quite like this.”