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Reality CheckIn case you missed the 4,000 promos last night, tonight's American Idol is all about Idol Gives Back. So that means lots of guest performers, lots of fund-raising and lots of hard looks at hard situations that children in the......
AUSTIN, Texas -- Clive Davis is always selling something, it seems. At the South by Southwest Music Conference on Thursday, it was his autobiography that was being flogged, and as he sat to talk about it with Billboard journalist Bill Werde, he...
The most painful part of the Super Bowl — apart from the interminable butchering of the national anthem by Alicia Keys — was the introduction of the new inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Lehigh Valley's Andre Reed was not...
Tags: Super Bowl, Entertainment, Mike Tyson, New York Jets, Football
I hope UCF student Jon Keller got a nice close-up photo of Joe Flacco at the Disney parade Monday. Flacco showed off a rare smile and waved to the hundreds of Baltimore Ravens fans dressed in purple jerseys who eagerly waited for his hour-late Super...
Tags: Drew Brees, Super Bowl, Ray Lewis, San Francisco 49ers, Beyonce
Beyonce looked like she stepped off from the recent air-brushed perfection of her GQ magazine cover, danced like a junior Tina Turner and generally owned her 12 minutes on a worldwide stage Sunday like few Super Bowl performers ever have. But there were...
Tags: Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Entertainment, Beyonce, Football
For What it’s Worth---On February 4--- The Ravens short circuit the Superdome and Forty-niners. What a weird game, don’t ever tell me that football isn’t a game of momentum. You never know what can spark it or end it---last night it...
Tags: Super Bowl, Beyonce, Wichita State Shockers, Paul Rudd, Football
Bums me out that San Francisco stands poised to be a world champion in yet another sport. I was up there recently and it seemed to be mostly falling down. There are no right angles in that decaying city, and termites eat better than the tourists....
Tags: Ray Lewis, San Francisco 49ers, Beyonce, John Harbaugh, Football
How many times have you returned from Las Vegas with more money than when you left? I didn't think so. It seems so un-American to head home with "house money" in your pocket. On the heels of the elusive prosperous season of NFL investing, I'm in a go-...
Tags: David Akers, Denver Broncos, Super Bowl, Ted Ginn, Ray Lewis
They are all around you. Do not drop your guard for a moment. Who are they? My friends, believe it or not, there are millions of Americans who look just like you or me — but they are different. Are you ready for this? These people do not care...
Tags: Super Bowl, Dwight Howard, Ray Lewis, Barack Obama, Tim Tebow
2 stars (out of 4) It’s probably unfair to expect more from Alicia Keys, a singer-songwriter who has sold 35 million albums in a decade. But with her prowess as a pianist and flexibility as a singer, her ability to infuse new-school rhythms with...
Tags: Entertainment, Nicki Minaj, Maxwell, Gary Clark Jr., Bruno Mars
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VarietyThe Hollywood/Africa axis has never been greater. A-listers are not only using their influence, they're rolling up their sleeves and lending a hand to help solve the continent's devastating problems. The good news: Charlize Theron, Alicia Keys, Ben...
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