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3 hrs ago | Daily Mail
My bonnet's bigger than yours! From Dean Martin to Judy Garland, vintage photographs reveal the pomp and circumstance of New York's Easter Parade 'You don't deserve children': The vengeful suicide note written by grandmother before she shot dead her two young grandsons and then herself NBC tragedy as FIVE of the 13 sherpas killed by Mount Everest ... (more)
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6 hrs ago | NBC San Diego
This publicity image released by History shows Diogo Morcaldo as Jesus, center, being baptized by Daniel Percival, as John, in a scene from "The Bible," premiering Sunday, March 3 at 8 p.m. EST on History.
6 hrs ago | GPB.org
It seems an unlikely match. In one corner, you have Metallica 's Robert Trujillo.
10 hrs ago | Hometown Life
Although my home isn't right on top on the I-96 freeway, we're close enough to hear how bad the... Corbin McArdle and Lindsay Grohs were in awe when Harlem Globetrotter Dizzy Grant showcased some of his ballhandling skills at an anti-bullying assembly at Upton Elementary.
14 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
The Classic Wineseller, Waynesville's premier retail wine and craft beer shop, small plate restaurant, and intimate live music venue will host Dulci Ellenberger on Friday, April 18 and the Jesse Junior Jazz Quartet on Saturday, April 19 at 7pm in the underground environs at 20 Church Street.
15 hrs ago | All About Jazz
With over 90 recordings to his credit, 30 as a leader in his own right, pianist, composer, publisher, educator, author and touring artist, Hal Galper is best known for his work with Chet Baker, Connonball Adderley, John Scofield and the Phil Woods Quintet.
"Jazz has been bound up in the civil rights movement, and of course, even prior to the civil rights movement, in questions of race and identity and culture, its entire history," said Meg Whalen, director of communications and external relations for UNC Charlotte's College of Arts and Architecture.
The Pete Fountain fans who filled the Economy Hall Tent at the 2013 New Orleans Jazz Fest unknowingly bore witness to bittersweet history: The farewell performance by one of the greats of New Orleans music in general, and traditional jazz clarinet specifically.
Nahshon Shelton pulled a gun on a store clerk Saturday because he did not want to pay a 22-cent soda tax on a two-liter of Pepsi he was purchasing.
"There was a round dance room with live goldfish hanging from the ceiling. I'm not sure what the RSCPCA would make of that today!" Humphrey Lyttelton pictured performing at the Junction 23 club in Ashby Road, Loughborough in February 1985.
The 2014 Jazz in the Park Spring Concert Series starts Thursday. It is happening in Treme at Louis Armstrong Park.
Drake has reportedly been sued by the estate of a late jazz musician, whom he allegedly ripped off for one of the tracks on his 2013 album, Nothing Was the Same .
Aretha Franklin says she's filing a $10 million lawsuit against the News Nerd over the 'satirical' story the website posted about a supposed fight she had with singer Patti LaBelle .
When the Preservation Hall Jazz Band is playing its home base in New Orleans' French Quarter, the music is everything.
"I asked all of these musicians to come together and celebrate the Philadelphia contribution to jazz," said Homer Jackson, director of the Philadelphia Jazz Project .
From May 12 to 16 , Carnegie Hall 's Weill Music Institute will present a workshop for young jazz instrumentalists led by renowned Latin jazz artist Paquito D'Rivera.
The Jazz Journalists' Association announced its 2014 awards this week. I don't think I've disagreed with so many of its picks.