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2 hrs ago | FishBowl
The 51-minute radio documentary New York in the World has been recognized with an Edward R. Murrow/Small Market Radio award for News Documentary.
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6 hrs ago | All About Jazz
First Release From Henry Butler-Steven Bernstein And The Hot 9 "Viper's Drag" Due Out July 15 In The U.S. Universal Music Group is reactivating the legendary jazz label impulse! with the release of Viper's Drag, a retro-modern opus from Henry Butler-Steven Bernstein and the Hot 9 that is due out July 15 in the U.S. The new impulse!, which was ... (more)
7 hrs ago | Naples Daily News
A 2-year-old boy is alive after falling from a third-floor window at his family's Manhattan apartment early Wednesday morning.
11 hrs ago | News Max
Mark Shand, the brother of Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles and brother-in-law to Prince Charles, died Wednesday after hitting his head on a New York City sidewalk.
13 hrs ago | Daily Mail
BREAKING NEWS: Prince Charles and Camilla 'utterly devastated' as Duchess's brother Mark Shand, 62, dies after smashing head in fall outside New York club Former CEO of Jewish Poverty charity who donated to Bill de Blasio's campaign in 2009 admits stealing $5 million in insurance scam Retirement community sinkhole reopens four days after it was ... (more)
13 hrs ago | Newsday
Students take notes during a lecture last year. State lawmakers, who were racing the clock Monday, March 31, 2014, to meet a midnight budget deadline, described the latest aid appropriation as an effort to help Island residents whose local property taxes rank among the nation's highest.
16 hrs ago | 96-5 KISS FM Cleveland, OH
Khloe Kardashian and French Montana have been spotted hanging all over from New York to Los Angeles in recent weeks so does that mean the two are an item? E! News' Ken Baker called in to On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday morning to set the record straight.
17 hrs ago | Sky News
The executive who sold EMI for more than A 4bn is returning to the music business with a new digital service, Sky News can reveal.
19 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
In a typed letter dated April 17, Obama praised Knuckles for being a "trailblazer in his field" and said his music helped "open minds and bring people together."
Small-business owners are looking for an increase in the minimum wage, as it will grow their businesses and allow them to compete with the big boys in town.
Vevo, the online music video hub that is a joint venture of two of the world's biggest music labels, has seen a nearly 50 percent increase in the number of music videos streamed each month from its platform, the company's top executive said on Tuesday.
A raft of merger and acquisition activity in the global drug sector helped underpin equities on both sides of the Atlantic, as did better-than-expected earnings from companies including Netflix and Travelers.
JetBlue pilots have voted to unionize, a move that Bloomberg News says " the carrier's status as the biggest U.S. airline without a union."
A Great Big World has other songs besides "Say Something," y'know. The duo has just debuted the new video for their next single, "Already Home," and they've tapped some well-known actors to play the starring roles: Glee's Darren Criss and Gossip Girl's Jessica Szoh r.
Sir Howard Stringer , the former chairman and CEO of Sony, will be a director at Time Inc. when that company is spun out from Time Warner some time this quarter, the conglomerate said Tuesday.
As part of a partnership between the NBC Owned Stations and VeriFone Systems, WRC news and weather reports are now available in more than 1,400 taxis in Washington D.C. "People in the Washington area already turn to NBC4 and our many platforms for the latest local news and weather," Jackie Bradford , president and general manager of the NBC-owned ... (more)
Cabela's Inc. says it will employ 225 people at its first New York location, scheduled to open this fall at a suburban Buffalo shopping center.
A " Pledge of Allegiance " lawsuit has been filed by a national humanist group over the contentious phrase "under God," which first appeared in our nation's flag pledge in 1954.