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February 20th: Entertainment History (KTHV Little Rock)
On February 20th, 1967, singer Kurt Cobain of Nirvana was born. In 1969, "Goodbye Cream," a documentary of Cream's farewell concert, opened in Baltimore. Fans and critics alike panned the movie for its poor sound quality and strange editing.
Dish: celebrity news (Northwest Herald)
Ricky Martin, who was a headliner at the 2001 inauguration ball for President George W. Bush, has a message for the American commander in chief about war.
No to Bono: ND House rejects resolution to honor rock singer (Fargo Forum)
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Rock singer Bono, who has gained a worldwide reputation for his advocacy of debt relief for Third World countries, wasn't a hit in the North Dakota House.
ND House rejects resolution to honor rock singer Bono... (KXMB CBS12 Bismarck)
The rock star Bono (BAH'-noh) wasn't a hit in the North Dakota House today. Representatives turned down a resolution to praise Bono for his work on Third World debt relief, and for easing hunger and poverty. The vote was 58 to 35 against.
Ray Patencio, 60; led his tribe's fight for its sovereignty (Los Angeles Times)
Ray Patencio, a tribal elder who led the Agua Caliente band of Cahuilla Indians through a time of dramatic change in the Coachella Valley, died Thursday night, the eve of his 61st birthday. The tribal chairman from 1972 to 1981 and gaming commission chairman since 1995, Patencio died at his Palm Springs home after an illness, tribal spokeswoman Nancy Conrad said. A cause of death was not ...
RECENT ITEMSť (Filter Magazine)
Okay. Six beers and seven shots, says Eagles of Death Metal's Josh "Baby Duck" Homme, after surveying his bar tab. "I'm so drunk... I'm ready to drive."
Rewind: Stars Of Song And Screen, From Mandy Moore To Ice Cube (MTV Music T...
Stars like Mandy Moore, Madonna, Elvis and Will Smith have tried to make the switch from music to movies ? how have they fared?
Attention, shoppers: Yo La Tengo isn't too quirky (Tallahassee Democrat)
A few days before Christmas, the new song "Mr. Tough" by Yo La Tengo played in the background at Tallahassee's Best Buy.
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