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  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' recap, 3 dances for Top 6

    'So You Think You Can Dance' recap, 3 dances for Top 6
    Here we go with the Top 6! If this opening number, with its skeleton costuming motif and black lights, isn't a Pharside and Phoenix number, I'll eat one of those Bane masks (from "The Dark Knight Rises")  they're wearing.
  • 'Sister Act' brings nuns and disco together

    'Sister Act' brings nuns and disco together
    Singing nuns have always proved irresistible. There was the Belgian sensation who made "Dominique" a chart-topper in the 1960s, Today, there's Sister Cristina Scuccia, the Sicilian star of Italian TV and YouTube who belts out Alicia Keys songs, and...

    Throwback Thursday, the top 10 songs this week in 1979 [Videos]

    Throwback Thursday, the top 10 songs this week in 1979 [Videos]
    See who ruled during disco's last big summer, via Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive. 10. "She Believes in Me," Kenny Rogers The Gambler? In 1979? At his peak. About as far from disco as one gets, "She Believes in Me" was a No. 1 country hit and...

    'The Voice' recap: The Top 5 perform

    'The Voice' recap: The Top 5 perform
    It’s semi-finals time! Monday night’s episode of "The Voice" kicked off the semi-finals with two performances from each of the remaining five contestants. The semi-finals weren’t only about competition, but also dedications and...

    R.I.P. Chuck Brown and Donna Summer, two legends

    R.I.P. Chuck Brown and Donna Summer, two legends
    It's been a tough month for music fans, and the bad news hasn't slowed down. On Wednesday, we lost the Godfather of Go-Go and D.C. legend Chuck Brown to complications from sepsis. He was 75. Naturally, his loss was felt particularly hard in the Baltimore...