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5 hrs ago | US News & World Report
Fifty years ago, the best-selling book in America was a self-published paperback called "None Dare Call It Treason."
9 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Tickets are available by going on-line at www.playhousesquare.org, by calling 241-6000 or by stopping by the PlayhouseSquare Ticket Office.
13 hrs ago | All About Jazz
Ahmed Abdul-Malik , Spellbound Of Sudanese heritage, the bassist Ahmed Abdul-Malik was born Jonathan Timms in Brooklyn.
In this Oct. 29, 2011 file photo, Nicaragua's first lady Rosario Murillo, attends a press conference in Managua, Nicaragua.
The U.S. and European nations are likely to increase economic sanctions against Russia later this week, a White House official said Sunday.
Someone needs to explain to Lindsey Graham that holding the Israeli government accountable for their actions doesn't necessarily make them "anti-Semitic."
In a quick tete-a-tete, Akshay Kumar reveals why he rues the fact that comedy is not taken too seriously in the industry and professes his undying love for dogs and other things.
Six-time Grammy Award nominee, and nouveau flamenco guitarist Ottmar Liebert, has released 25 albums and received 38 Gold and Platinum distinctions in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Grammy winner Chip Davis will bring "Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis" to the Hershey Theatre this fall.
After running across mustard fields and doing all the flirting with his lead heroines, our new age Govinda, Varun Dhawan is ready to take us by surprise.
With fifty-five albums recorded in numerous genres, the double flute player/singer/songwriter, David Young , has made quite the name for himself since he is one of very few people who plays two flutes at once.
Prolific and innovative guitarist Ottmar Liebert will take the Spencer stage for the third time in his career Saturday at 8 p.m., offering concert-goers a unique opportunity to hear what could be considered two separate concerts in one night.
Marvel Comics' point-men in Hollywood spent the mid-to-late 1970s trying and failing to replicate the unexpected mega-success of the live-action Incredible Hulk TV series , constantly looking for ways that their various other characters could be retrofitted into weekly prime-time success.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 02:22 pm
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