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Here's what's on our mind this weekend: Low-budget movies, cheap drinks, free music, Ben Taylor, Mike Piazza and two leading curators of the cultural drift: Augusten Burroughs and KRS-One. SWEDE ME, BABY Organizers of the second annual South Florida...
They're words that echo at the back of my consciousness, as deep as an embedded memory or a recessive gene: It's a world of laughter, a world of tears It's a world of hopes and a world of fears That simple tune with dozens of children's voices...
Digital technology gives consumers near-instant access to vast electronic libraries of music, movies and books, but it's also eroding their rights to personalize, reposition and dispose of their purchases as they see fit. You can't resell a used MP3,...
Tags: Live Nation, Richard Pan, Ticketmaster, Consumers
There is pure class, and then there is Fernando Tatis. Tatis offers a perfect example how easily Twitter can be abused. Or how easy it is to make yourself look like a clown in 140 characters or less. Tatis is the St. Louis Cardinals third baseman...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Dodger Stadium
Asbury Park PressReconstruction of the 1.1-mile-long municipal boardwalk is ahead of schedule, with most of the decking complete and the finished sections now open to the public. Almost six months have passed since superstorm Sandy obliterated all but a quarter-mile...
I was listening to ’70s music last week. It wasn’t entirely my fault, because the alt-country station I normally listen to was airing some protracted interview, and aging, rehabbed cowboys aren’t always the most effective form of...
Tags: Music, The Herald-Mail
Our Town CorrespondentI took a few steps backward so I could take a good look at my new CD rack. If I was going to spend the next hour or two organizing my CDs, it had to be done well, and it had to be done right. The tricky part about this whole CD organizing project...
The Sacramento BeeWICKENBURG, Ariz. -- Cowboy lore saturates this spiffed-up Old West town, found in every leather-scented saddlery and turquoise-laden gift shop, but especially among the chaps-to-spur-lined walls of the Desert Caballeros Western Museum. Great stuff....
Tags: Joe Arpaio, Museums, Ronald Reagan
Statesville Record & Landmark, N.C.None of the women who will grace a calendar to raise money for a local battered women's shelter are professional models -- and that's just the way the person behind the camera wants it. Donna Larkin is photographing women and classic cars in a project...
Tags: Media Industry, YMCA, Abusive Behavior, Breast Cancer, Vehicles
The doctors told Northwestern pitcher Luke Farrell his tumor never would grow back. "Not in 100 years," said Farrell's mother, Sue. But just two years after he had a golf-ball-sized growth removed from his neck, a CAT scan revealed the unthinkable: It...
Asbury Park PressResidents and business owners are breathing a sigh of relief that Convention Hall will reopen this summer, after the city resolved a showdown with its waterfront developer that threatened to mothball the iconic complex. Meanwhile, city officials now say...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGHere are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1 . MICHAEL NESMITH Michael Nesmith always was the odd one out in the smash 1960s television pop band the Monkees. For one, he was a real musician, not an......
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