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Dick Clark Is Still Rockin' New Year's Eve

Dick Clark Is Still Rockin' New Year's Eve

Four years after a stroke, Dick Clark is relishing the prospect of another New Year's Eve celebration, determined to appear for his 36th year in Times Square.
Univision To Stop Airing On Indianapolis Station

Univision To Stop Airing On Indianapolis Station

Thousands of Indiana residents will not be able to watch a Spanish-language television network after Thursday, when Univision is scheduled to stop airing on an Indianapolis station that has carried it for five years.
Jazz Pianist, Singer Page Cavanaugh Dies

Jazz Pianist, Singer Page Cavanaugh Dies

Jazz pianist and singer Page Cavanaugh, whose popular trio in the 1940s and 1950s played in motion pictures and on Frank Sinatra's radio show, has died at 86.
Boom In Music Video Games Helps Original Artists

Boom In Music Video Games Helps Original Artists

"This song is dedicated to Debbie Harry," flinty-eyed Lisa Hsuan purrs into a microphone on the red-lit stage of Hyperion Tavern. It's a cozy dive where patrons drink Coke and beer from bottles and a fading chandelier dangles overhead.
Woolworths Stores Set To Shut By Early January

Woolworths Stores Set To Shut By Early January

Woolworths could be closed down for good by Jan. 5 at a cost of 27,000 jobs if no one comes forward before that date to buy the collapsed retailer's stores, its administrators said Wednesday.
Lil Wayne Accused Of Copyright Infringement

Lil Wayne Accused Of Copyright Infringement

Lawyers for rapper Lil Wayne are seeking more time to turn over documents in response to a lawsuit that accuses the award-winning recording artist of copyright infringement.

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