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    GO INSIDE Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jackie Goldschneider's $3M New Jersey mansion featuring a piano bar and a glitter room. The Sun can exclusively take fans on a look inside the home of the star who was just dropped from the RHONJ franchise. 11RHONJ star Jackie Goldschneider took fans on an inside look at her New Jersey mansionCredit: Getty 11Jackie has lived in her $3M mansion with her husband Evan for almost a decadeCredit: Bravo Jackie, 45, has lived in her Tenafly, New Jersey home with her husband Evan, 46, for about a decade. The Sun can exclusively share the Bravo couple bought the house for $2.6M and the property now has a market price of $3M, according to Realtor.com. Jackie's massive mansion boasts 5,651 square feet and sits on 0.63 acres. The home includes a pool with a backyard view of the Jersey landscape. Read More on Real Housewives of New JerseyREAL FANCY RHONJ's Teresa shows off heated pool with WATERFALLS in yard of $3M mansion REAL APOLOGY RHONJ star Teresa Giudice apologizes to brother Joe...
    Getty Luann de Lesseps attends the Shorts Program: Views From Long Island Showcase during the 2019 Hamptons International Film Festival on October 13, 2019 in East Hampton, New York. Luann de Lesseps had a “mistake” in her sobriety journey during a night out this week, a source close to the “Real Housewives of New York City” star told People. According to reports and a video circulating on social media, the Bravo star appeared to be quite inebriated at a piano bar in Manhattan on Wednesday night, and de Lesseps later issued an apology and said she’s “taking steps” to maintain her sobriety. De Lesseps told Page Six the following day that she went out to the piano bar Townhouse in Manhattan with “Kinky Boots” producer Jim Kierstead at around 10:30 p.m. and she was in a “celebratory mood and drinking champagne” following rehearsals for her cabaret show. She acknowledged that she’d been drinking but denied reports from Townhouse patrons that she was kicked out of the bar. She said there were “a bunch of people singing, and it...
    Luann de Lesseps, longtime star of the Real Housewives of New York reality show, apologized on Saturday for a drunken incident that allegedly led to her ouster from a gay piano bar in Manhattan. “This week, after a regrettable incident I was faced with the truth,” she began in a statement posted to her Instagram account. “I want to apologize to the staff at Townhouse [Bar] and anyone else I may have offended by my behavior. Clearly my struggles with alcohol are real!” De Lesepps went on to note that she is in recovery for alcohol abuse, and that while she has made “great strides” over the years, “it’s one day at a time.” She said that she is taking steps to “ensure this doesn’t happen again.” According to Page Six, the 56-year-old de Lesseps arrived at Townhouse on Wednesday alongside Broadway’s Kinky Boots producer Jim Kierstead. Inside the venue, she grabbed a microphone and started singing, then refused to relinquish her spot. Eventually, the outlet said, the crowd began to boo her. The former countess responded by declaring “F*ck...
    “Real Housewives of New York” star Luann de Lesseps has issued an apology after causing a scene at New York City piano bar, Townhouse. “This week, after a regrettable incident, I was faced with the truth,” De Lesseps, 56, began her statement on Instagram Saturday morning. “I want to apologize to the staff at Townhouse and anyone else I may have offended with my behavior,” she continued. “Clearly my struggles with alcohol are real!” The “Housewife” admitted within her apology that remaining sober has been challenging. Getty Images De Lesseps was arrested in 2017 in Palm Beach, Fla., on Christmas Eve for being drunk and disorderly. She agreed to plead guilty to battery, trespassing and disorderly intoxication in exchange for the felony charge against her being reduced. De Lesseps issued an apology for her behavior via social media. Instagram The reality star has publicly battled her addiction ever since, with time spent in rehab and continued efforts to maintain her sobriety over the years. “While I’ve made great strides over the years, there’s been times where I’ve fallen. It’s one...
    REAL Housewives of New York's Luann de Lesseps is "in recovery" for alcohol abuse after being "kicked out of a piano bar" for her "drunken performance." Luann issued a public statement apologizing to her fans and the bar's staff on her Instagram. 5RHONY's Luann de Lesseps said she is 'in recovery' for alcohol abuseCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5The reality star was 'kicked out of a piano bar' for a 'drunken performance'Credit: Bravo Luann, 56, posted a photo on your Instagram of a letter typed out apologizing for her conduct after getting kicked out of the Manhattan piano bar, Townhouse. She began: "This week, after a regrettable incident, I was faced with the truth." Luann continued: "I want to apologize to the staff at Townhouse and anyone else I may have offended by my behavior." The reality star confessed: "Clearly, my struggles with alcohol are real! While I've made great strides over the years, there's been times I've fallen. Luann conceded: "It's one day at a time! I'm in recovery and taking steps to ensure this doesn't happen...
    RHONY star Luann De Lesseps has been ‘kicked OUT of a gay piano bar' after a 'drunken onstage performance of her own song’, according to PageSix. A tipster told PageSix that Luann, also known as the Countess, was allegedly booted out of a New York piano bar after she reportedly hijacked the mic and yelled at hecklers. 5A reportedly drunken Luann De Lesseps tried to perform her own song at a Manhattan piano barCredit: Instagram/Stassi Woods 5Page Six reported that she was ejected from the venueCredit: Instagram/Stassi Woods According to one source, she kept “belting out jumbled versions of songs” in front of the audience who “began booing her.” A video shows a seemingly drunken Luann at the microphone of Townhouse, a Manhattan piano bar, slurring her words and telling a booing patron “f**k you”. She reportedly tried to sing her own song, Money Can’t Buy You Class, but the piano player accompanying her didn’t know it. Another short clip appears to show her arguing with a member of staff. Most read in EntertainmentKOURT'S KURVES Kourtney ditches baggy clothes &...
    More On: luann de lesseps Eboni K. Williams explains why her historic casting on ‘RHONY’ was ‘necessary’ Luann de Lesseps hopes her Fosé can help end ‘stigma’ for sober community Luann de Lesseps on Tom D’Agostino’s engagement: ‘Happy we both moved on’ How Luann and Gizelle brought ‘Housewives’ style to ‘Project Runway’ “Real Housewife” Luann de Lesseps drunkenly took over the mic at a gay piano bar, belting out tunes, telling booing patrons “f–k you,” and was eventually kicked out, though she denies she was given the boot. Of “The Countess” — who has publicly battled with sobriety — a source said, “She monopolized the piano, but that isn’t how it works, you sing [one song] and move on.” The 56-year-old reality star, who performs her own “Countess Cabaret” show, already seemed sozzled when she showed up at the piano bar Townhouse in Manhattan on Wednesday night, witnesses said. She grabbed the mic and simply wouldn’t stop, said the source, “Luann thought she was doing her act. She tried to sing [her own song] ‘Money Can’t Buy You...
    More On: nightlife Robert Pattinson hosts ‘Batman’ party at Pete Davidson’s Pebble Bar Tobey Maguire ‘couldn’t land a girl’ during night out with Leo DiCaprio Kanye West ignores girls while celebrating with Julia Fox in NYC Steve Aoki chucks cakes at fans at Nebula If you’re all in the mood for a melody … two nightlife impresarios are whistling a new tune on the Upper East Side. The Martignetti brothers, Tom and Anthony, who ran celeb-stunned haunts Southside and Brinkley’s, have taken over the old Lexington Bar & Books space and are set to open a new piano bar called Melody’s. “[We] lost the smoke, kept the piano,” Tom tells us of the former cigar bar. We’re told the spot, which opens April 1, will feature a working fireplace, palm-covered Versace wallpaper, a black lacquered wood bar, art deco fixtures and a skylight. While they will offer light bites, we’re told a night out will be more about the cocktails and music than food. The brothers also own East Pole and The Palace. Their Nolita spots Brinkley’s Broome...
                        NASHVILLE, Tennessee –  About as far away as you can get from a beach, Jason Grubb grew up near Glacier National Park in northwest Montana. Like many young boys, his dream was to be a professional baseball player. And he was good enough to get a scholarship to play baseball in college. However, Grubb’s mom was insistent that he and his siblings take piano as well. He started lessons when he was six years old. He recalled, “I was more of an athlete than a musician. But we had no choice. However I stuck with it and in 7th grade, my parents offered us $500 if we practiced one hour a day for a year. For a 12-year-old, that’s like a million bucks.” As it turns out, he got very good at playing piano so he stuck with it. (His sister recently received her doctorate in piano performance.) He continued studying classical piano until he graduated high school along with being in baseball and track and field. In...
    COURTESYIt has been a hot minute since Tampa hosted a dueling piano bar. In 2012, Channelside said goodbye to Howl at the Moon, a dueling piano bar chain that has locations scattered throughout the nation including Orlando. Those who enjoy the excitement and energy of pianists finessing the keys don't have to road trip any longer to get their fix thanks to Showbar Ybor. The new piano bar made its debut last weekend at 1613 E. 7th Ave., within the former Tequilas space.  The roughly 8,000-square-foot space is designed to connect guests with the live local talent. That means pianos stationed throughout the bar - one at the entrance to welcome guests, two on stage to perform, and another fixed to the wall that is to be played between sets. Damn, talk about showmanship.  When it comes to layout, the piano bar is set up in sections. The stage, which is surrounded by eight tables, seating six guests each. Followed by the middle section, hosting a VIP booth as well as a handful of tables. The back area...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Brandy’s Piano Bar on the Upper East Side, where household names like Billy Joel and Huey Lewis have performed, has been able to survive prohibition, the Great Depression, a world war the 1970s fiscal crisis in New York City. But it might not be able to survive the city’s ongoing battle against the novel coronavirus pandemic.   Like all businesses in New York City, Brandy’s suffered a harsh blow when the novel coronavirus forced it to shutter its doors in mid-March drying up all of its revenue and was hit again when Governor Andrew Cuomo announced in last month that the reopening of indoor performance venues in the city would be suspended indefinitely. Over 66,000 businesses in the city have already closed permanently since March 1 due to the pandemic, The New York Times reported.  But Brandy’s close-knit staff is banding together to keep the bar alive through a series of virtual concerts meant to mimic, as closely as possible, a typical...
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