Tré Cool

American musician Tré Cool

Tré Cool is a German-born American drummer for the rock band Green Day. He replaced the band's former drummer John Kiffmeyer in 1990. He has also played in Samiam, The Lookouts, and the Green Day side projects The Network and Foxboro Hot Tubs.
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Estate Sales Are Cool Again
Wall Street Journal - 14 days
A new generation of collectors is scouring the homes of deceased celebrities and business titans in search of relics from a bygone time.
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Estate Sales Are Cool Again
Wall Street Journal - 19 days
A new generation of collectors is scouring the homes of deceased celebrities and business titans in search of relics from a bygone time.
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Estate Sales Are Cool Again
Wall Street Journal - 20 days
A new generation of collectors is scouring the homes of deceased celebrities and business titans in search of relics from a bygone time.
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Video: Animal Cafes Are Cool, But Does A Raccoon Cafe Go Too Far?
NPR - 9 months
In NPR's Elise Tries series, correspondent Elise Hu tests out new experiences in East Asia. In this inaugural episode, she visits a South Korean animal cafe. Things don't go as smoothly as planned.
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Five Lessons of Being a Multi-Millionaire
Huffington Post - about 1 year
There are a lot of people who come to me for advice because they want to know how to become a millionaire. I am always more than happy to help these people in any way I can. However, throughout my years of teaching others, I have found that I have learned just as many lessons from being a multi-millionaire as I did from my journey along the way. I believe these lessons can help any person striving towards financial success. Here are the top five lessons I have learned from being a multi-millionaire. 1. Money Doesn't Make You Happy, Love and Freedom Do This may sound like a rather ridiculous statement coming from a multi-millionaire, but it is a true one. Many times, people need to make a lot of money in order to realize this. Money will never truly make you happy, no matter how much money you make. There are two things that can really make you happy: love, and this means all types of love, from friends, partners and family, and it also means freedom. Nothing will make you happy qui...
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With a Toasty December, Many Are Cool on Warm Clothing
Wall Street Journal - about 2 years
Hats and gloves are going unused amid record-setting warmth—with Christmas Day expected to be anything but white.
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There Have Been More Mass Shootings This Year Than There Have Been Days
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Americans were exposed to the terror of mass gun violence again on Wednesday, this time at a social services center in San Bernardino, California. The initial reports revealed a distressingly familiar pattern: A heavily armed active shooter or shooters, at least 14 people dead and more injured, harrowing images of law enforcement and first responders rushing to get the area under control, and stunned people -- some of them wounded and bleeding -- streaming out of the facility. It seems like we've seen this time and time again. But mass shootings occur even more frequently than many people realize, because most of them don't make the national news. Over on Reddit, the Guns Are Cool community has compiled a list of every U.S. mass shooting this year. According to their count, Wednesday's burst of violence was the 355th this year.  The moderators of the subreddit -- which is not actually of the belief that guns are cool -- use a broad definition of mass shooting, listing every...
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Americans Are Cool With All Kinds Of Sex, Just Not The Extramarital Kind
Huffington Post - almost 3 years
Academic studies can be fascinating... and totally confusing. So we decided to strip away all of the scientific jargon and break them down for you. The Background Between sexting, hookup apps and dating sites for people seeking affairs (yes, really), it's easier to cheat now than ever. But while we seem to be more open about infidelity these days, does that mean we're officially cool with it? The Setup To find out, a set of researchers turned to the General Social Survey, a longitudinal survey of over 33,000 adults between 1972 and 2012, which asked participants about sexual norms (among other things). This provided the researchers with a rare bird's eye view of how opinions about sex have changed over the last 40 years, and it served as the basis for their recent study on America's shifting attitudes about sex. The questions included: "Do you think it is wrong or not wrong if a man and a woman have sexual relations before marriage?"; "What if they are in their early teens,...
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Marine Museum Sponsors MRE Cook-Off
NPR - about 4 years
The National Museum of the Marine Corps held the second annual MRE Cook-off over the weekend. The winner: John Crist's sloppy-Joe-and-cheesy-garlic-mashed-potatoes-smothered-imitation-pork-thingy sandwich. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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'Glasses For Noah' Facebook Page Shows A 4-Year-Old That His Glasses Are Cool After All
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Four-year-old Noah Fisher loves superheroes, but he didn't feel like one in his new glasses. Mom Lindsey Fisher told USA Today that when she told Noah to put his glasses on, he started crying. "I finally got him to tell me while he was crying and he said people would laugh at him," the South Carolina mom said. But Linsdey knew she could show him that glasses were cool. She sought help from a community others have turned to for social back-up before: Facebook. "Our sweet 4-year old, Noah, just got glasses and is having a hard time adjusting. Let's show him just how cool glasses really are!" she wrote in the About section on a Facebook page she created called "Glasses for Noah". And show him people did. According to ABC News, the page quickly gained likes and now has over 30,000 fans. Photos of people wearing glasses and warm messages haven't stopped pouring in. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createEleme...
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Melissa Webster: Green Day at Berkeley, With Exclusive Slideshow by Natalie Nesser
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Green Day at The Greek Theater in Berkeley, California on April 16, 2013 by Natalie Nesser "It's been a long time since I've been able to say this. Berkeley, California!" shouted Billie Joe Armstrong to his screaming hometown crowd at The Greek Theater on April 16th, blowing kisses to the audience as a green-haired Tre Cool ran up to the drums, bassist Mike Dirnt took command of the spot to his left, and a stoic Jason White stood to his right... and the energy only escalated from there. Opening with the tour theme song "99 Revolutions" from Green Day's latest trilogy album iTRE!, all I could think was Holy Fuck! The light show. The heart-pumping energy. The band members' inability to age. It all came together in one perfect moment to remind us all, despite events of the last six months, a golden oldies seniors tour this was not. As a legacy band, Green Day pulled off a rare and amazing feat: they really can have it both ways, simply because they've earned it. As if...
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Dr. Chris Martine: Zombies and the Plants Who Can't Wait for Them to Take Over
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Television sure seems obsessed with a post-apocalyptic planet -- and you can't throw a remote without hitting a zombie these days. I admit that it's certainly hard not to be intrigued. What would it be like if most of humanity were gone? What would life on Earth be like if zombies ran the roost? Well, from the perspective of the living environment a zombie-dominated world may not be so bad. As far as I can tell, zombies take no interest in nature -- they just look for humans to eat. That is bad for Homo sapiens, but seems like a pretty good deal for the rest of Earth's species. On The Walking Dead, the birds are chirping with so much gusto that you can just tell they like how things have turned out. Plants can't sing about it, but I'd wager that most of them would also be pleased about a zombie apocalypse. Zombies don't mow the lawn or douse it with herbicides. They don't cut down trees to build houses or to make charcoal. Contrary to the central plot of the Plant...
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Melissa Webster: Chris Dugan at JingleTown Recording Studio
Huffington Post - about 5 years
Stickup Kid with Chris Dugan at JingleTown Recording Studio It's like a fortress. That was my first impression as I approached JingleTown Recording Studio on this dead-end street in Oakland, California. A deceptively dilapidated building surrounded by high walls obscured by vegetation and overgrowth, and a security gate scarcely revealing the parking lot full of vintage cars and motorcycles, amid a working-class residential neighborhood, I was sure I was in the wrong place, or, at the very least, a big-ass rottweiler was coming around the corner eager to turn me into lunch. Owned by Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool of the band Green Day, and operated primarily by Grammy Award-winning audio engineer Chris Dugan, what I found on the inside was a state-of-the-art facility newly opened to the public in November 2012. Stoned out on decongestants and barely recovered from a bout with the flu, and still deaf in one ear from the subsequent sinus infection, I'm not exagg...
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Seniors Are Cool To Ryan's Pitch
Wall Street Journal - over 5 years
Ryan faced a skeptical crowd of retirees who booed his promises to repeal the health-care law and chided his plans for revamping Medicare. Earlier, Obama was warmly received.
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Green Day music takes the Gammage stage in “American Idiot”
Statepress.com - almost 6 years
From the original music of Green Day comes a two-time Tony Award-winning punk rock musical, “American Idiot.” Set in suburbia, USA, “American Idiot” chronicles the lives of three rebellious and well-intentioned youths who are fed up with the current tirade of government bureaucrats. Performed at the ASU Gammage, the story itself is a simplification of frustrated, yet far from naïve young men who take out their vexations by committing themselves to deeds that transcend what people would expect. Johnny (Van Hughes) leaves suburbia, succumbs to the lure of heroin and becomes infatuated with a girl referred to as “Whats-her-name” (Gabrielle McClinton)- creatively portrayed as both a character and the closing number of the show. Tunny (Scott J. Campbell) enlists in the army after the rough realization that not even the urban life is enthralling enough to pacify him. He is wounded leading him to the hospital where he meets an “Extraordinary Girl” (Nicci Claspell) with whom he floats a...
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Pinellas high school students paint Vans shoes, are awesome, etc.
Tampa Bay - almost 6 years
When I was in school art class, the only things I could conjure up were construction paper greeting cards and pieces of pottery full of thumbprints. It seems the kiddos have stepped it up these days. Some super-artistic students from St. Petersburg, Largo and Osceloa Fundamental high schools competed in the Vans Custom Culture art contest, designed to spotlight the importance of art programs in schools. Vans sent shoes in four styles (106, Sk8-Hi, Slip On, and Authentic) to the first 1,000 schools in the country to enter, and students designed custom works in four themes --  action sports, music, art and local flavor. Vans whittled down the entries to a top 50, and it looks like our neighborhood schools did not make it (BOOOO). But if you want to go online and vote for the ones who did, do it here. The top five finalists will fly to Los Angeles for an art showcase with celebrity judges who will determine the winner of $50,000 for their school art program. Now onto the fun stuff....
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Quora: What Apps or Technology Products Are Cool Among High School Students Right Now?
Huffington Post - almost 6 years
This question originally appeared on Quora. By an Anonymous User of Quora. These are my observations of my high school as of this writing. I say this because I think it is worth noting that, amongst the majority of the high school, this list tends to change vastly in a rather short amount of time. Instagram, though, has had a long shelf life at my school and shows no signs of disappearing. This app is simply how my classmates and I take pictures now. Draw Something (I am sure this is no surprise) recently took all of my fellow students with smartphones by storm. Within a matter of days, it was the only game I heard people talking about regardless of the fact there are dozens of games on the majority of these people's phones. This is the app that overtook the previous hit game, Scramble with Friends, which overtook the also wildly popular game Temple Run. Tumblr is being talked about more and more. I know few people who spend time generating their own content on...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tré Cool
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 41
    He played them during the last Australian shows in 2014.
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  • 2013
    Age 40
    Tré has been seen using the updated A Zildjian cymbals that came out early 2013.
    Purista also joined Tré Cool on Green Day's 99 Revolutions Tour in 2013 and the couple were filmed enjoying a day off in Sweden at a theme park on June 28, 2013. Tré was engaged to 28 year old former Miss Supercross and paddock girl Sara Rose Lipert in January 2014, and they were married on October 11, 2014.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2012
    Age 39
    Tré Cool began dating Zurich based (South African born) model and business woman Purista Blenk in the summer of 2012.
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    In 2012 Tré Cool began dating New York based model and artist Karli Henneman.
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    Following his divorce from Claudia, Tre began dating Torry Castellano - drummer from The Donnas - and he told Kerrang when they later split it was due to his inability to remain sober in L.A. Tre then began dating MTV host Ruri Hegarty who remains close friends with band mate Billie Joe Armstrong and attended his 40th birthday in 2012 despite their breakup several years beforehand.
  • 2011
    Age 38
    Tré Cool was engaged to Dena at Supperclub in San Francisco on March 31, 2011 and rumors of the engagement were rampant at the final show of American Idiot on Broadway but Tré Cool waited to announce the happy news on his Facebook.
  • 2009
    Age 36
    Tré Cool dated model Cara Provenzano attending many award shows and events together in 2009 and early 2010. In 2010 Tre began dating New York ballet dancer and fashion designer Dena Roberson.
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  • 2003
    Age 30
    Tré Cool and Suarez divorced in 2003 and Claudia has primary custody of their son Frankito.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2000
    Age 27
    In 2000 Tré Cool married Claudia Suarez (Bovino)and Tré Cool's second child Frankito (meaning "Little Frank") was born on March 26, 2001.
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  • 1995
    Age 22
    Tré Cool was the first member of Green Day to become a father on January 12, 1995 with the birth of his daughter Ramona Isabel.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1990
    Age 17
    He replaced the group's former drummer John Kiffmeyer in 1990.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1972
    Born
    Born on December 9, 1972.
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