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New Yorkers got a preview Wednesday of an auction rarity: a Nobel Prize for literature. The 1950 medal belonged to William Faulkner, one of America's best-known and respected novelists. It comes with a hand-edited draft of Faulkner's acceptance speech;...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Eminem, Book, Nobel Prize Awards
Guitarist and singer Bob Welch, whose work in the early 1970s for Fleetwood Mac set the stage for the band's multi-platinum success later in the decade, died on Thursday at his home in Nashville. He was 66. According to a spokesman for the Nashville...
Pop & HissBob Welch, a member of Fleetwood Mac in the 1970s, has died of an apparent suicide in Nashville. The singer and guitarist, best known for his 1977 hit "Ebony Eyes," was 66....
Pop & HissFormer Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer Bob Welch died Thursday afternoon. Pop & Hiss looks at some of his classic songs....
Bradenton HeraldBryan Adams wasn't quite sure what his fans would think when he started doing all-acoustic concerts with "unplugged" versions of such rockers as "Run to You" and "Summer of '69." Even after he started to see the reaction of the audience, he still wasn't...
The Hartford CourantIn his position as editions editor at the weekly Bristol Observer, Mike Chaiken writes and takes photos — sometimes fashion shoots. Sometimes he gets an email from someone saying the models are too provocatively dressed. "I thought these were fairly...
Tags: Photography, Abusive Behavior, Artists, Arts, Arts and Culture
The Spokesman-ReviewIt's no wonder it was a record-setting day Friday at the sun-splashed Inland Empire League track championships. Running under a 70-degree temperature with wind out of the west for the sprints, athletes broke nine records and tied one at Lake City....
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Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro, Ky.Kentucky bourbon and blues music pair well, said Larry Kirk, co-owner of The Miller House. With more than 200 varieties, the downtown dining spot has the bourbon covered. The blues music will come, courtesy of the Boscoe France Band. "If you love...
Tags: Concerts, Entertainment, Music, Muddy Waters, France
Duluth News TribuneJust down the road from the offices of the Twin Metals copper mining company, a group of Ely business people are about to open a new "action center" on the city's main street aimed at persuading those who drop in to take action against copper mining....
Any foodie will tell you freshness matters. Same holds true for beer. When what’s in your glass was made on the premises, or by a nearby brewer on behalf of the establishment where you’re sipping your suds, it’s bound to taste better...
Tags: Annapolis, Hunt Valley, Restaurants, Ginger, Onions
"Bare: a Pop Opera" brings a difficult subject to the stage at the Broward Center for Performing Arts March 27-30. The pop rock musical revolves around the lives of a gay couple attending a Catholic high school and the conflicts they and their peers...
Tags: Christianity, Theater, Entertainment, Music, Music Theater
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe chance to be cast in a motion picture had local talent showing off their acting skills at Penn State Mont Alto on Saturday. The Mont Alto Film project, auditioned actors for “Ghosting,” a full length independent feature film. “...
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