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Gator’s open for business
... started remodeling this building last October and opened June 1 of this year, and we've been steadily growing since then," he said. "Most days we have a pretty good crowd. We maintain a clean...
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Paul Rudd is riding with the Royals. Metallica is...
WITHOUT big name ball clubs like the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, this year’s World Series will struggle to peak the interest of the casual fan. The match-up between the San Francisco Giants...
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Bob Dylan in concert: Infuriating, genius or both?
Basically everyone is on the same page when it comes to Bob Dylan's legendary status as a songwriter. The same cannot be said for Dylan as a performer. Opinions vary wildly about this Rock and Roll...
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After Revel closing, property fight continues
After Revel closing, property fight continuesAfter Revel closing, property fight continues The southern New Jersey man battling the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to save his family home...
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7 Halloween Costume Ideas for the Bay Area
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Fans miss Smith Center’s musical days
UNC alumnus and basketball fan Dalton Mayo loved living on the 10th floor of Hinton James Residence Hall in the early 1990s. “Everyone was complaining it was the farthest from campus but, for me, it...
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ORDA back in the music biz with Bluegrass Jam
... is going to hopefully be our first of many bluegrass festivals here at the Olympic Center," said ORDA Director of Communications Jon Lundin. "Throughout the years, the community has asked ORDA...
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7 reasons why San Francisco's a winner
... -- Oh, San Francisco. It's almost not fair. It's not enough that you have spectacular views, rich culture, delicious food, a legacy of great music, cable cars and one really cool bridge. Now...
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Rock photographer Jim Marshall pictures 'the Haig...
... -- Jim Marshall was always watching. His contemporaries remember him forever on the spot, four or five cameras draped around his neck, the proverbial fly on the wall. Click: Janis Joplin....
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The Motet's best mix yet will relive 1975 in Hall...
The Motet has long been one of Colorado's favorite funk bands. In the early years, The Motet grew out of a fluid group of musicians, always centered on the band's leader, drummer Dave Watts. With the...
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Anticipation builds for Pearl Jam
In Molly Matteson’s book, it’s been 11 years since Pearl Jam last played Minnesota. And she’s one of those many fans who feels so passionately about the group, you don’t want to argue with her about...
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New Orleans Suspects is more than the sum of its ...
Bassist Reggie Scanlan played bass with New Orleans rock band the Radiators for 33 years. Drummer “Mean” Willie Green spent just as many years with the Neville Brothers band. Scanlan also worked with...
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Concert Listings: Oct. 17 to 23, 2014
THIS WEEK: Oct. 17 to 23, 2014 Sage,the avant-garde duo performing uniquely interpreted contemporary pop, blues and rock tunes. The BookHouse, Eastern Monroe Public Library, 1002 N. Ninth St.,...
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Maria Muldaur at Stanhope House Wednesday
By ROBERT PRICE She created a musical genre and didn't even realize it. Maria Muldaur, whose 1974 hit “Midnight at the Oasis” was actually out of character, has spent the last 50 years fusing folk,...
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Rdio upgrades entire catalog to AAC and 320kbs st...
Want higher-quality streaming? Rdio has converted its entire music library to AAC format, offering up to 320kbps streaming across web, Android and iOS apps. Previously, Rdio offered 96kbps MP3...
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New winery; latest hotel; Hitchcock costumes and ...
The newest state of Wine Country is Bennett Valley, where, on Sonoma Mountain Road, Belden Barns Winery will become the area’s first. The Board of Supervisors approved the 10k-case facility and...
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The Growlers On LSD, Disco And The Sweetness Of C...
The Call beach goth band have dropped one of 2014's most endearing records. Here lead singer Brooks Nielsen waxes on ups, downs and how acid changed his life (though he wouldn't recommend...
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Don't provoke them: 'American Horror Story' anger...
The clowns are crying, and it's not just creepy makeup this time. Clowns of America International is squeaking a novelty horn in protest over negative depictions of clowns on TV and film, according...
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Rocket Fizz Sweetens Up Downtown Santa Barbara
The chain's original store is in Camarillo, but expansion plans went into several other cities and states before a Santa Barbara site was found. Already it's been a bright addition to the popular...
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Dark Star Comics opens doors
... is a fun place for kids to hang out after school and work,” he said. “It is a social place where people can meet others with similar interests.” Dark Star Comics, located at 524 S. Main St. in...
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