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Friday Night Live: August 8, 2014

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This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.

In this jam-packed episode:

---D.J. Kaz played some beats in the studio. Formerly a recording artist on Atlantic Records, Kaz now has more than 1,000 events under his belt.

--Simone Boyce interviewed MKTO, a.k.a. Malcolm Kelley and Tony Oller, who are on their first U.S. tour. The former sitcom stars are very excited about their budding music careers.

--Christal Young checked out the weekly Friday night classic car show in Bellmore, Long Island.

--"Sex and the City" star Mario Cantone came to the set to talk about Celebrity Autobiography, a show in which performers act out real excerpts from actually celeb tell-all books. He will be performing August 18.

--Pop star-turned-restaurant owner Ariana Grinblat cooked up some modern Russian cuisine. Born in Texas to Russian parents, Ariana grew up in Houston and Moscow. She became a pop/R&B sensation in Russia. Her restaurant and craft vodka bar, Ariana, is located in soho. She was accompanied by Chef Vitalii Kovalev and bartender Orson Salicetti. Menu: Velvet Borscht, Pickled Crudite, Medovik (traditional Russian honey cake), and Saffron Martini. 

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