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County Grangers gather near Pocahontas for summer picnic One of the summer highlights for the members of Wills, Kingwood and Hillcrest Grangers was the opportunity to gather at Ralph and Ruth Paul's picnic pavilion in the early evening hours of July...
VarietyGuggenheim Partners, Peter Guber's Mandalay Entertainment and Mosaic Media Tuesday clinched a deal to buy Dick Clark Productions from RedZone Capital. Financial terms weren't disclosed but a source close to the deal pegged it at $370 million, including...
VarietyDick Clark Prods. may soon have a new home as private equity firm Guggenheim Partners closes in on a deal, according to news reports Thursday. Guggenheim, based in Gotham and Chicago, has about $160 billion under management and is an owner of...
VarietyAdvancing its plan to expand aggressively in TV production, Core Media Group has acquired Gotham-based Sharp Entertainment. The reality production shop is home to such skeins as Travel Channel's "Man V. Food," TLC'S "Extreme Couponing," National...
"If we get any more white people in here," complains one of the characters in "Hairspray," as curious Caucasians fill Motormouth Maybelle's record shop, "this is gonna be a suburb." That line — long familiar to those of us who've heard "Good...
Dick Clark, the youthful-looking television personality who literally introduced rock 'n' roll to much of the nation on "American Bandstand" and for four decades was the first and last voice many Americans heard each year with his New Year's Eve...
Company TownBritney Spears and Demi Lovato join "The X Factor." Former News Corp. executive Rebekah Brooks charged in ethics scandal at News of the World and the Sun....
Dick Clark, who as host of "American Bandstand" helped propel rock 'n' roll to cultural supremacy in the 1950s and 1960s, died Wednesday, April 18 in Santa Monica, Calif. Read a story about his death, here. Tributes are popping up across the globe. Here...
What a pleasant surprise to open my Friday paper and see Bob Costa looking straight at me (“Landing stirs Apollo memories,” July 22). For those who don’t know, Bob and his wife Mary-Anne ran the Eagle Rock comic book store, Another...
Pop & HissVeteran record executive Joe Smith is donating 238 hours of taped interviews of rock, pop and other music world luminaries to the Library of Congress. Joe Smith interviewed Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Jerry Lee Lewis and hundreds of others for his 1988...
Pop & HissThe 2012 Billboard Music Awards, aired from the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, earned the right to be called the most awkwardly awesome three hours (yes, three?!) of music to hit TV this year. A few observations....
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