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December 14, 2011

Beyonce dumps Jay Z's dog houses and three Miami Beach condos

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You have to wonder what the purpose was for that tiny little studio Beyonce sold at the Green Diamond on December 12---shoes, weaves, Jay-Z when he was naughty? Whatever the case, that so-called cabana was nothing, y'all. Turns out the expectant mother unloaded 3 direct oceanfront units combined to make a total of 5,520 square feet and two cabanas in the Green Diamond. Though she paid $2.395 million back in 2002 for all three units, purchased directly from the developer, she sold 'em all for $2.9 million, according to Kevin Tomlinson, vice president of ONE Sotheby's International Realty. The cabanas were sold to two different buyers who own condos at the Diamonds, and the condos were bought for $2.7 by Miamians Martiniano and Sofia Perez after just two months on the market, Tomlinson said. Contrary to TMZ's reports that Beyonce paid $465,000 for a 190 square foot studio she then sold for $110,000, Beyonce cashed in bigtime, adding to her ever growing net worth. As for the reports of the Z's purchasing another place in Miami--not so says an inside source, not so at all.

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jeff row

we lost a good one last night....
R.I.P. SAM RIVERS.
Born September 25, 1923, Sam Rivers is the only musician in history to have performed and/or recorded with the major contributors to avant garde and traditional jazz, blues, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll. To name a few... Dizzy Gillespie, Cecil Taylor, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Miles Davis Quintet, Billy Holliday, Winton Marcellis, Branford Marcellis, BB King, and hundreds more. With over 400 original compositions, the Octogenarian is a Jazz Icon. His visionary conception of complex composition and spontaneous creation, unmistakably manifest in the imaginative music of his trio and orchestra. Remarkably, he has the innate talent to move from tenor to soprano saxophone, to flute, to piano and back. Followers who love him are always thrilled when he punctuates the music with his whooping exclamations of joy. To watch his face as he immerses himself into the music is mesmerizing. Sam's traditional orchestral jazz is documented on two Grammy nominated RCA compact discs - Inspiration and Culmination by his Rivbea All-Star Orchestra. He has joined his beloved Bea in Heaven, knowing he made the world a better place

Jordan Concord

Sam's traditional orchestral jazz is documented on two Grammy nominated RCA compact discs - Inspiration and Culmination by his Rivbea All-Star Orchestra. He has joined his beloved Bea in Heaven, knowing he made the world a better place

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