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Billy Joel rocks M&T Bank Stadium

Jimmy Carter was in the White House, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak incorporated their new computer company, Apple, a gallon of gas cost 65 cents, fans flocked to see Star Wars and Saturday Night Fever on the big screen and […]

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Billy Joel rocks M&T Bank Stadium

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Jimmy Carter was in the White House, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak incorporated their new computer company, Apple, a gallon of gas cost 65 cents, fans flocked to see Star Wars and Saturday Night Fever on the big screen and […]

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EU opens antitrust case against Hollywood studios

Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. find themselves in a European drama. On Thursday the European Union (EU) opened an antitrust

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MLB All-Star Weekend: Make up by Marylia Scott

If you’re coming to Cincinnati for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and you’re wondering what to do while here, you can always checkout the FanFest. It’s a lot

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Omar Sharif has died

The photo above is from the film, Lawrence of Arabia (YouTube) Egyptian-born actor Omar Sharif has passed away, according to a report from the Associated Press. His agent, Steve Kenis, told

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Fare Thee Well: Grateful Dead’s final farewell

The chant of “You know our love will not fade away” echoed into the night from 71,000 fans inside Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, as the four surviving

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Grateful Dead: What a long, strange 50-year trip

The Grateful Dead’s long, strange 50-year trip came to an end on Sunday before a sea of more than 70,000 at Soldier Field in Chicago, where the band’s four

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Fare Thee Well: Grateful Dead and gearing up for the hippie apocalypse

CHICAGO - The Grateful Dead, America’s greatest jam band, is officially calling it quits with five shows featuring the surviving core four members: guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh, drummers

"Weird Al" Yankovic Kicks Off "The Mandatory World Tour"

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic gives Pier Six crowd Mandatory Fun

“Weird Al” Yankovic performed his Mandatory Fun tour, named after his first Billboard chart-topping album, in front of a packed Pier Six Pavilion overlooking the Inner Harbor on Saturday night. Fans

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Golden State over powers Cavaliers

Photo above: Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers grabs a rebound in the first half of Thursday’s Game Four. After Game Three of the NBA Finals it should have been clear

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Women’s World Cup: Familiarity ends in draw

When two teams that are as familiar with each other as the United States and Sweden square off in a World Cup match, it often results in a boring

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