NAMING RIGHTS DEAL MADE FOR BLUES’ STADIUM?
The St. Louis Blues have been looking for a new naming rights deal and someone leaked a photo that might offer some insight into what’s going on with the process. A Reddit user apparently posted a rendering of the renovated Scottrade Center with “Enterprise Arena” across the front, CBS St. Louis reports. But the Blues responded by saying the rendering was one of many sales pitches being considered. Enterprise Holdings had agreed to a $158 million naming rights deal for a new St. Louis Rams stadium that would have been called National Car Rental Field before the team’s move to Los Angeles was announced.
MORRISSEY CANCELS CALIFORNIA SHOW FOR BEING TOO COLD
Morrissey cancelled a show in Paso Robles, California last night because the stage was too cold, Noisey reports. The former Smiths frontman reportedly was upset because the onstage heater wasn’t working. Morrissey is scheduled to perform at the Hollywood Bowl Nov. 10 and 11.
TWO SHOT AT BOOSIE BADAZZ SHOW
Two people were shot Friday during a Boosie Badazz show at Choppers Den in Gardena, California, Spin reports. Neither victim suffered injuries that were considered life-threatening. No arrests have been made. Local police say the investigation is ongoing. Boosie posted on Instagram shortly after: “They say Cali crazy n sometimes … they was fighting the whole night … they showed me nothing but love tho.”
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