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A Vox electric guitar said to have been played by John Lennon and George Harrison, jewelry given by Elvis Presley to associates and an autographed pillow Michael Jackson threw to a fan from a Paris hotel window are among a bevy of rock ‘n’...
Tags: Social Media, Music, Auction Service, David Bowie, Bob Dylan
If it is true, as the writer Samuel Johnson once said, that "patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel," then the dictionary must be the first. Consider how readily our leaders, in justifying what cannot be justified, parse definitions down to...
The Morning CallHunger is a reality for one in six people in the United States, according to Feeding America, a national domestic hunger-relief charity. Olive Garden is asking students to help find solutions by entering its 17th annual Pasta Tales national essay...
Baltimore Sun reporters are stationed along the parade route, from City Hall to M&T Bank Stadium. See their observations, fan interviews and other updates here. #52 Ray Lewis smiled wide to the crowd and yelled "Baltimore!" as he approached the...
Who braved the theme-park crowds during the Presidents' Day weekend? Somehow, I always manage to forget that it's a holiday weekend, which means no school, which means kids with free time, which means super-long lines at theme parks. I met up with...
Although I've lived all my life within 30 miles of Times Square, I've never been much of a Giants or Jets fan (when people ask my favorite team, I usually say the Buffalo Bills, because unlike the players for the Jets or Giants, the Bills' high salaries...
Tags: New York Jets, Buffalo Bills, Ray Rice, Super Bowl, Football
Alina is a Latina drag queen, and when she comes bounding onstage at New Moon Bar in Wilton Manors, her alter ego is "Amuse Bouche," an alienlike performer dolled up in a milk-white mask of makeup and black latex. Her partner, although they never...
Tags: Music, Wilton Manors, Artists, Fort Lauderdale, Museums
Now that the obligatory holiday trips to see family are in the books, consumers hoping for a more leisurely getaway may want to keep their suitcases handy. Experts say the travel deals available in January are often some of the best all year. That's...
Several years ago, I called Costa Mesa's Triangle Square the Bermuda Triangle Square, as it seemed to be where businesses went to disappear. In the roughly 20 years since it opened, the center has hosted a Niketown, Virgin Records (where they answered...
Anchor Robin Roberts made her triumphant return to "Good Morning America" on Wednesday after a lengthy medical leave that began Aug. 30. The episode of "GMA" began with a close-up on Roberts. "I've been waiting 174 days to say this: 'Good morning,...
In November, Elton John angered Chinese officials when he dedicated a Beijing concert to Ai Weiwei. The outspoken artist, whose online activism has gotten him into trouble with police numerous times, has apparently returned the favor by creating an online...
Tags: AIDS, Ai Weiwei, China Earthquake (2010), Elton John
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsIt's appropriate that on Valentine's Day, one of America's iconic kisses has a new home, at least in statue form. The statue called "The Smooch" has just arrived at the San Diego Waterfront. It depicts a sailor stealing a kiss from a nurse in New...
Tags: Sculpture, Arts, Arts and Culture
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