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Lileks: The Minnesota State Fair, a century from ...
When you look at pictures of the Minnesota State Fair 100 years ago, one thing stands out: Everyone’s wearing about 47 pounds of clothing. The women are cinched in a whalebone frame, their shameful...
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Why The NFL's Super Bowl Halftime Pay-To-Play Gam...
Bruno Mars performs during the halftime show of the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014 (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) Bruno Mars rocketed his career to another planet last winter, using...
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Thomas Rhett Talks 'Make Me Wanna,' His Father & ...
There's typically not as much buzz about the fifth single from an album. That being said, "Make Me Wanna," the latest release from Thomas Rhett's debut It Goes Like This, is a little bit...
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Saturday Night Fever
the Dock of the Bay
Don McLean credits his sustained career to his so...
Bi-coastal singer-songwriter Don McLean lives in Maine and California. His international popularity, especially in the United Kingdom and Australia, makes having homes on the east and west coasts of...
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Album revisits Johnny Cash’s ‘Bitter Tears’
Various Artists LOOK AGAIN TO THE WIND: JOHNNY CASH’S BITTER TEARS REVISITED Throughout his career, Johnny Cash sang about the downtrodden, giving a voice to the voiceless. But his 1964 concept...
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Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian
Chemainus Jazz Festival
Some people say they dislike jazz. And in some ways, it's easy to see why. Another genre, country music, is known for its often hilarious lyrics that elaborate on all-too-common human conditions....
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Deborah Sussman Dies at 83
Designer Deborah Sussman, known as a pioneer of environmental graphic design, has died at age 83 of breast cancer. Sussman began her career as an office designer in the office of Charles and Ray...
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Performance anxiety: the secret life of the lead ...
... psychology of being a frontman?” muses Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon, when asked to sum up the mental requirements for the job. “You know, I think this piece should really be called Why Frontmen...
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Musicians add creativity to the Ice Bucket Challe...
... - By now, you’re probably a little too familiar with the Ice Bucket Challenge - people from all over the nation pouring cold water over their heads to raise money for ALS, also known as Lou...
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Get To Know Comporta, Where The Richest Europeans...
The sleepy fishing villages of Portugal’s Herdade da Comporta have always been where the fashionable European crowd goes off the grid. Now that new hotels and rental villas are emerging among the...
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Today in History for August 22, 2014
... minutes 24 seconds ago by APToday in History for August 22, 2014 Today is Thursday, August 21, the 233th day of 2014. There are 132 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On August...
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'Cruel Intentions' Director Had to Get Reese With...
... got into disagreements over who was going to play Annette," Kumble told Cosmo. "The studio wanted Katie Holmes, who was just starting to do 'Dawson's Creek.' And I liked this actor Vinessa Shaw....
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August 21, 2014
Sports: For those of you who see Jays games as more than just a place to get drunk and take group selfies, there is Pitch: Talks on Baseball. Join a roster of baseball enthusiasts and experts for an...
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Billy Ocean to play Barnstaple
Billy Ocean to play BarnstapleJoin Billy Ocean at the Queen's Theatre in Barnstaple on Thursday, September 4. Join legendary singer songwriter at the Queen’s Theatre on Thursday, September 4. To...
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Catasauqua man seeks name change to Santa Claus i...
Today: is the 233rd day of 2014. There are 132 days left in the year. ^ In 2013, music promoter Sid Bernstein, 95, who booked such top acts as Jimi Hendrix, Judy Garland and the
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Elle Fanning injects a rock and roll element to h...
Make-up free Elle Fanning injects a rock and roll element to her workout gear as she hits the gym in a
tour tee She was hitting the gym for a standard morning workout. But Elle...
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Foxwoods hosts the Isley Brothers
You think the
have been around a long time? Well, yes, they have. Recording for 50 years by my count. But the Isley Brothers, who formed in 1954 and charted their first hit, "Shout,"...
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An oral history of Prince's Purple Rain
Dearly beloved we are gathered here today to talk about this thing called Purple Rain that came out 30 years ago – and that’s a mighty long time. Keyboardist Dr Fink was a member of Prince’s band The...
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Jimi Hendrix’s brother Leon announces Australian ...
The closest living relative to the late Jimi Hendrix, his little brother Leon, will visit Australia in October to play three shows. Leon is keeping the family legacy alive, touring with a setlist of...
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Best Bets, Aug. 21-27: First City and other festi...
The First City Festival follows up on its exciting first year with a lineup of indie/alt rock acts that have roots in folk, R&B and punk, among other genres. Headliners Beck and The National will have...
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