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GoldieBlox is 'more than a toy, it is a social mi...
By Gabriel Noble For over 50 years, Barbie has been the hottest doll on the market, but like all superstar divas in the limelight, she has attracted her share of controversy. Whether the issue is her...
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Public Enemy: It Takes a Nation of Millions to Ho...
Roosevelt, New York, is a beautiful social experiment gone awry. As post-war urban renewal squeezed black families into towering inner-city housing developments and whites out into their sprawling...
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It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
New BAD BRAINS Book Available
Monday, November 24, 2014 @ 4:34 PM Punk! Hardcore! Reggae! PMA! Bad Brains! Provides Overview Of Legendary Band- advertisement - On par with only a select few rock bands, the BAD BRAINS influenced...
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Faith No More
Comfort Music: Jamestown Revival and Toad the We...
Comfort Music: Jamestown Revival and Toad the Wet Sprocket Before Thanksgivingby Chris Bryan, Time Out Music Columnist The folk-rock duo of Jamestown Revival comes to Aspen for an upbeat, yet mellow...
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Friday mailbag of Rushmores, Tech and college foo...
Before we get into this thing with an extra gear, thanks to all the questions this week, especially from a bunch of Press Row listeners. If you have questions about the paper, the radio show or for...
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ALEXANDER WILDWOOD South Of No North
ALEXANDER WILDWOOD South Of No North Friday, 21 November 2014, 12:32 pmPress Release: Rythym Method ALEXANDER WILDWOOD South Of No North Release date: Friday 21 November 2014It’s been a busy year for...
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Today in History for Nov. 20, 2014
... minutes 45 seconds ago by APToday in History for Nov. 20, 2014 Today is Thursday, Nov. 20, the 324th day of 2014. There are 41 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 20,...
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Phillipsburg man chips off piece of Berlin Wall i...
Today is the 324th day of 2014. There are 41 days left in the year. In 1789: New Jersey became the first state to ratify the Bill of Rights. 100 years ago: Intense competition: "There is no better...
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NBC dumps Cosby show as Janice Dickinson adds to ...
Bill Cosby has never been charged in connection with any of the rape allegations against him; Former Pennsylvania prosecutor Bruce L. Castor Jr., who investigated a woman's claims that Cosby had...
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Moschino's Jeremy Scott: "I don't care if the cri...
Moschino's Jeremy Scott: "I don't care if the critics don't like me" As Moschino launches a new perfume in a teddy bear bottle, its creative director Jeremy Scott claims that fashion is all about...
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British Columbia: A visit to the World Eagle Capi...
BRACKENDALE, B.C. -- It's not every day you get to visit the "World Eagle Capital." But that's what this beautiful small town near Squamish, about an hour north of Vancouver, calls itself as...
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Foo Fighters rock SXSW fest
AUSTIN, TEXAS - Dave Grohl didn't have to worry about wasting light. But the Foo Fighters frontman was definitely concerned about not wasting time during his band's secret South by Southwest...
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RUSTY HUMPHRIES: I have officially failed as a pa...
I’m not that old … I just turned 49. I don’t want to brag but, man, I was so cool back in the day! I was a top morning drive-time DJ on some of the biggest radio stations in America. Back in the ‘80s...
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Why The World Is Moving To Diplo's Beat
Diplo was halfway to Burning Man when the pilot got lost. It was just the two of them in a tiny prop plane last summer, on what was supposed to be a two-hour hop from Los Angeles to the arts...
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Jamie T, Alexandra Palace - no-frills thrills wit...
And he may have been playing the cavernous Alexandra Palace but shabby, cheapskate lighting and a couple of fuzzy black-and-white screens ensured that those seeking a visual feast would have been...
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... reviews | News.com.au THEY are young, privileged, and rich. And if their social media profiles are anything to go by, they are downright lucky, too. THIS is the smartphone which will make you...
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10 Marvelous Images Going Viral Right Now
... Marvelous Images Going Viral Right Now This weeks box of ramshackled visual treats contains a flashback to 1985 when the
Boys goofed around with Madonna, an overhead look at the majestic...
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Music review: James and Starsailor at the ECHO ar...
Is it fair for bands not to play their most popular tunes when on tour? You can probably guess which song James left out last night: despite curfew cutting their set short, it seems Sit Down was not...
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Attention, artists: Streaming music is the inesca...
Eric Hutchinson long cherished his alphabetized treasury of CDs, but when he began gravitating to streaming-music sites like Pandora, he packed his music collection into four suitcases. "That all fits...
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NYT trend pieces’ biggest blind spot: Why the Tim...
This past Sunday, the public editor of the New York Times, Margaret Sullivan, took stock of her realm, wondering in print if the Times, with its approving surveys of high-end doughnuts and reports on...
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