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Courtesy of North Shore of Long Island
When 17-year-old Cheyenne Snider didn't see her two black kitties around the house on a recent Sunday she figured they were hiding in a corner or under a piece of furniture, as cats are known to do.
But the daughter of Dee Snider of Twisted Sister fame soon found that the duo, Luna and Chibi, were gone from the house and would be missing in the midst of a major snowstorm.
The cats are about 6 months old now, Snider said, and she had been their adoptive mother since they were about 2 weeks old, when she bottle-fed them. She and her mother, Suzette, had adopted them — Luna for Cheyenne and Chibi for Suzette — from The Groomery in Stony Brook, where Cheyenne works.
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister vs. Tipper Gore and the Parents Music Resource Center made #8 on Metal Injection's 10 most controversial moments in metal.
"If you are a fan of hot sauce, I HIGHLY recommend Eddie Ojeda's Cherry Habanero Sauce! It is amazing and award winning! The perfect blend of heat & sweet! This is just not a plug for a friend, this is my honest excitement and support for the amazing product he's created!" - Dee Snider
Courtesy of Broadway World
Bronx Bombers, a new American play by Eric Simonson, is produced on Broadway by Fran Kirmserand Tony Ponturo, and directed by Eric Simonson. Bronx Bombers officially opened on February 6 at Circle in the Square Theatre, and BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge was there to chat with celebrities on the red carpet before the show, including Simonson, Kirmser and Ponturo, Broadway's Kate Baldwin and Graham Rowat, plus Dan Grimaldi, Dee Snider, Karen Ziemba, Natalie Roy and Rebecca Faulkenberry and Josh Segarra. Check out what they had to say below!
Courtesy of Jeff Giles for Ultimate Classic Rock.
Trying to tell someone else’s story is always a tricky business — even if you’re using only interviews to do it, it’s easy to trip over people’s feelings, miss details and unintentionally inflame old grudges. But filmmaker Andrew Horn has managed to pull it off with his upcoming Twisted Sister documentary, according to frontman Dee Snider.