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Rebecca Black Presents Award in Vegas: Photos and Video

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April 30, 2011
Rebecca Black - MTV O Music Awards

It wasn’t Friday, but YouTube sensation Rebecca Black was out on the town attending the first ever MTV O Music Awards ceremony held at The Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada on Thursday night. Shaking off recent death threats, and a resulting police investigation by the Anaheim, California Police Department, Rebecca Black appeared...
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Rebecca Black’s “Friday” Performed by Katy Perry: Video

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April 30, 2011
Katy Perry performing Rebecca Black's song "Friday"

Katy Perry performed Rebecca Black’s popular song “Friday” in a concert performance at the Rod Laver Arena last night in Melbourne, Australia. Proving just how popular Rebecca Black’s song has become after the YouTube video for “Friday” recently went viral, the Melbourne crowd instantly recognized the song and began to sing along, even knowing exactly when...
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Howard Stern Begins Shorter Work Week at Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI)

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April 29, 2011
Howard Stern of Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI)

By Amy Gilroy Yesterday the self-proclaimed king of all media, Howard Stern affirmed that he’ll start cutting back to three or four day a week appearances on Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI). His reduced hours should begin next week, said Radio-Info.com. Previously Stern told Rolling Stone that the he’d probably cut back his hours as part...
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Mike and The Mechanics Release ‘The Road’: A Review

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April 28, 2011
Mike + the Mechanics - The Road

With two new vocalists, UK’s R&B vocal sensation Andrew Roachford and Canadian-born (now residing in the UK) Tim Howar, there is a fresh new sound for Mike + The Mechanics. ”Background Noise” starts things off with a silky smooth vocal delivery. Excellent guitar playing begins here and is found on several tracks. “Heaven Doesn’t Care” starts...
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Movie Poster of the Week: The Thing With Two Heads

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April 28, 2011
The Thing With Two Heads - film - movie

In some rooms men meet together to change the world. In others, they meet to produce some of the most gloriously awful B-Movie ideas of all time. With a concept to rival that of Surf Nazis Must Die! (1987) comes The Thing With Two Heads (1972). The film is a relatively simple idea that is easily...
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Norio Ohga: Father of the CD Dies at 81

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April 23, 2011
Norio Ohga: Father of the CD Dies at 81

Sony Corporation (NYSE:SNE) announced today that its former President and Chairmen, Norio Ohga, had died at the age of 81 from multiple organ failure. I will never forget in 1985 the way I almost cried when I heard Chariots of Fire on CD. The sound was amazing to me. It is sad to hear...
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Steve Miller Band – ‘Let Your Hair Down’: A Review

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April 23, 2011
Steve Miller Band – ‘Let Your Hair Down’: A Review

The Steve Miller Band’s new release Let Your Hair Down starts out with “Snatch It Back And Hold It” showcasing possibly the finest blues harp on the recording, which is also strong throughout this release. That’s harmonica for the uninformed. The rhythm guitar is really good also. “I Got Love If You Want It”...
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Charlie Sheen Releases New iPhone App: ‘The Masheen’

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April 22, 2011
Charlie Sheen Releases New iPhone App: ‘The Masheen’

Controversial actor Charlie Sheen released his own mobile app today called “The Masheen.” The new app is now available not only for Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone and iPod Touch mobile devices, but also for the company’s popular iPad tablet computer as well. Although not available yet, an Android compatible version of the application is in...
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Dogtooth: A Review

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April 22, 2011
Dogtooth: A Review

By Larry McCloskey Dogtooth is a modern nightmare basked in glorious Greek sunshine. It stealthily slid its way out of the independent cinemas last year and onto DVD. It also found itself nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at this year’s Oscars. The story is relatively uncomplicated. A pair of controlling parents isolates their children...
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TV On The Radio Bassist Gerard Smith Dies of Cancer at Age 36

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April 22, 2011
TV On The Radio Bassist Gerard Smith Dies of Cancer at Age 36

The popular, eclectic band TV On The Radio announced via the bands website today that their bassist Gerard Smith had lost his fight with lung cancer and died on Wednesday, April 20th. TV On The Radio announced about a month ago that Smith was battling cancer, but was responding well to treatment, and they...
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Charlie Sheen’s High-Speed Police Escort Under Investigation

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April 22, 2011
Charlie Sheen’s High-Speed Police Escort Under Investigation

Charlie Sheen wins again! The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department were certainly helping the controversial actor to win last Tuesday night, April 19th, by providing Sheen with a high speed escort from Dulles International Airport to downtown Washington to help him get to his scheduled performance at the DAR Constitution Hall on time. Sheen was running...
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Rebecca Black Responds to Death Threats

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April 22, 2011
Rebecca Black Responds to Death Threats

Rebecca Black just doesn’t get the criticism and recent death threats in response to her song “Friday.” The Anaheim, California Police Department recently opened up an investigation into multiple death threats launched against the 13-year-old singer. In an interview with Extra’s Mario Lopez, Black said that she just doesn’t understand what she did that was so wrong. I...
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Rebecca Black ‘Friday’ Performance Brings Death Threats, Police Investigation

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April 21, 2011
Rebecca Black ‘Friday’ Performance Brings Death Threats, Police Investigation

Singer Rebecca Black has achieved overnight stardom. The popular YouTube video for her song “Friday” quickly went viral and has already received over 113 million views since it was posted just over two months ago. Does Rebecca Black have any talent and why did the video become so popular so quickly? It appears that...
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