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Demi Lovato enters rehab; DC9 remains closed for at least one more month; H.R. signs autographs, launches clothing line

h.r.There are two chances to see H.R. tonight. (The Agency Group)

By David Malitz

- Local nightclub DC9 will remain closed for 30 more days after an initial hearing before the city's Alcohol Beverage Control board deemed the club to be an "imminent danger." The club has been closed since mid-October when Ali Ahmed Mohammed died after an altercation with five of the club's employees. The club's co-owner Bill Spieler has since resigned and the other four employees have been "let go."

- Eighteen-year-old Disney star Demi Lovato has quit a European tour with the Jonas Brothers and checked into rehab for unspecified reasons. "Demi has decided to take personal responsibility for her actions and seek help. She is doing just that," a representative of hers said.

- Did Hammer really record a diss track about Jay-Z? Yes, he did. This reminds us of when Deshawn Stevenson started a war of words with LeBron James. Stupid, but we full support it!

- D.C.'s historic Lincoln Theater will launch a new "Live at the Lincoln" series that will kick off Dec. 9 with gospel singers BeBe and CeCe Winans. Before that series starts, the venue will host the annual Go-Go Awards on Nov. 21.

- Local hardcore legend H.R. of Bad Brains will sign autographs at clothing store Commonwealth tonight from 8 to 10 p.m. The event will also help launch a line of clothes associated with the iconic singer; he's also scheduled to appear at an afterparty later in the evening at U Street Music Hall.

By David Malitz  | November 2, 2010; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  DC9, Demi Lovato, H.R., Hammer, Jay-Z  
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Comments

I honestly don't get this generation. Never have kids been more loved, coddled, and promoted by parents yet they can't handle everyday things like bullying (yes, it happens every day, everywhere, not just in schools). Learning to deal with others is a fact of life, and that, unfortunately, includes bullies of all kinds. Everyone has dealt with this since the dawn of man, yet this gen gets a national movement when one can't figure out how to work through basic human interactions and cuts, commits suicide, or turns to drugs. I thank God I was bullied for being fat (yeah, where's THAT national movement? Hell, even teachers are allowed to make fun of fat kids.) because it made me a stronger person in my adult years and gave me the confidence to own my own business.

Posted by: jackieRo | November 2, 2010 10:48 AM | Report abuse

These are problems that the food she has already a long time, but have also led to other problems such as self-mutilation. They jump on the latest tour dates with the Jonas Brothers, his spokesman said:

Half decided to take personal responsibility for their actions and seek help. The regret of not being able to finish the tour, but tries to get back to work again in the near future. Demi Lovato Rehab
http://usspost.com/demi-lovato-rehab-21306/

Posted by: susan166 | November 2, 2010 11:49 AM | Report abuse

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