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2015/03/05 15:22
2015/03/05 15:22
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At 86, with three Oscars and eight Grammy awards under his belt, Burt Bacharach is entitled to take it easy. But not too easy. He still composes, still sings, still tours. And guess what? Bacharach,...
2015/03/05 15:22
2015/03/05 15:22
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2015/02/19 23:21
2015/02/19 23:21
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The human protagonist known as the "Reporter," temporarily loses her voice after she trips and hits her head near an animal sanctuary, where a turkey, rooster, pig, cow and duck are given voices to...
2015/02/17 02:03
2015/02/17 02:03
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Feb. 8, 1925 – Feb. 15, 2015 Richard E. Grapes, a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda, died unexpectedly Sunday at his home. He was 90. Known as “Dick,” Mr. Grapes was the youngest of nine children...
2015/02/16 20:55
2015/02/16 20:55
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Musicians with the Coquitlam-based Pacific Symphonic Wind Ensemble will be loosening up a little for their last number at their next show. On Saturday, the classically trained group will be joined on...
2015/02/13 21:12
2015/02/13 21:12
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ROBERT Kemp has only ever sung into his shower head. But yesterday the Rockhampton 73-year-old stepped out of the shower and onto the stage of the Pilbeam Theatre to audition for X Factor. Robert...
2015/02/13 10:45
2015/02/13 10:45
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THE organisers of a top festival are celebrating after signing Oscar-winning music legend Burt Bacharach to this year's event. Bacharach, described by many as the greatest songwriter of the 20th...
2015/02/12 20:56
2015/02/12 20:56
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The annual meeting of the PGA of America, held days before Thanksgiving, was exquisite in its awkwardness. Three weeks earlier Ted Bishop had been impeached as the organization's president, for the...
2015/02/06 20:36
2015/02/06 20:36
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We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that...
2015/02/06 01:37
2015/02/06 01:37
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... you get in trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont.” Columbia Pictures boss Harry Cohn advised contract players Rita Hayworth and Kim Novak. Harry often bitched about movies being overly long,...
2015/02/05 23:48
2015/02/05 23:48
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Thursday, February 5, 2015 @ 1:14 PM "UPON A BURNING BODY was originally a side project from our other bands. Then, a lot of other people got involved and it began to take on a life of its own."-...
2015/02/05 17:04
2015/02/05 17:04
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I read the news online. The local papers did not carry it. Those putting the dailies together around here probably thought that nobody would care to read about it. Rod McKuen died last Thursday, Jan....
2015/02/02 19:05
2015/02/02 19:05
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Gone are the days when barbers augmented their grooming services with forays into tooth-pulling and bloodletting. Nelson's Barber Shop offers neither of the above. In fact, when not sculpting...
2015/02/01 02:41
2015/02/01 02:41
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... Rod McKuen, a California writer, singer and troubadour whose books of poetry and understated record albums sold by the millions in the 1960s and 1970s, making him the best-known and most vilified...
2015/01/29 23:43
2015/01/29 23:43
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Matt Goss returned to Nottingham for the first time in 27 years with a concert that was markedly different from his days with boy band phenomenon Bros. The 46-year-old brought his Las Vegas show The...
2015/01/29 16:13
2015/01/29 16:13
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You hear that sound? Is that Perry Como on the radio? Because I'm getting a pretty strong 1953 vibe here. On the University of Virginia campus, where students are still reeling from a Rolling Stone...
2015/03/05 15:22
2015/03/05 15:22
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