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  1. Meet the young ballerina Mick Jagger's wooing 10 months after L'Wren's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    46 min ago | New York Post

    Friends of ballerina Melanie Hamrick were surprised when photos emerged of her cozying up to Mick Jagger in June . It's June, three months after his girlfriend L'Wren Scott's tragic suicide , and Mick Jagger is on his hotel balcony in Zurich, looking understandably rumpled and exhausted.

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  2. Singer Joe Cocker Dies at 70Read the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | Steuben Courier

    ... and the Avengers. After playing for pubs, they got their first break in 1963 when they booked a gig with the Rolling Stones. Soon after, Cocker went off as a solo act and eventually found success after recording a gravel-voiced cover of the Beatles' ...

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  3. Rolling Stones Thank Fans For 2014 & Hint At 2015 TourRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Q104.5

    The Rolling Stones are expressing their gratitude to the fans for helping to make 2014 a great year for the group. The band also suggests a return to the road could be possible again next year. 6 comments

  4. The Rolling Stones Thank Fans Who Attended 2014 Tour, Hint at 2015 DatesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WJZW-FM Washington

    The Rolling Stones have posted a video message thanking fans for their support during their 2014 world tour, and hinting that more dates could be on the way next year. The clip, which was uploaded to the rock legends' official YouTube channel , shows the band's four members -- Mick Jagger , Keith Richards , Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts -- standing side by side in an unidentified backstage area.

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  5. Nasim Pedrad and John Mulaney star in "Mulaney," the worst new show of the year.Read the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Beaumont Enterprise

    Nasim Pedrad and John Mulaney star in "Mulaney," the worst new show of the year.

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  6. NYT Asks Corporate PR Hack and Tory Consultant About Divide in Democratic PartyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Eight years ago this month, then-Senator Barack Obama began his evolution from political phenom to presidential contender with his first-ever trip to New Hampshire, a visit that attracted 2,500 voters, 150 journalists and a comparison by the state's governor of Mr. Obama to the Rolling Stones. Last week, in the side room of Java Joe's coffee shop here, the liberal group MoveOn.org took the first step to propel Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, on a similar path, holding a rally to encourage her to get into the 2016 race.

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  7. Pat's View: "New Year Ponderings"Read the original story

    11 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    ... Year 's Day arrived and I ordered French fries at a nearby hamburger joint. I ate one, then another. As the Rolling Stones said, I couldn't get "no satisfaction. Uh, no, no, no." French fries are now dead to me. But with 2015 looming, a new ...

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  8. Kirsten Dunst defends Lars von TrierRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | National Ledger

    ... worried he would never make another film while sober. Lars said, comparing himself to legendary rockers The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix, last month: ''I don't know if I can make any more films, and that worries me. ''There is no creative ...

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  9. Rolling Stones thank fans for a 14 tourRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | WYMG-FM Springfield

    The Rolling Stones have posted a video online thanking fans for supporting them on their recent 14 On Fire tour, suggesting there may be more shows planned for 2015. All four bandmates took time out backstage at a recent show to offer up a few statistics about their global trek, with Ronnie Wood revealing the band played to 1,159,882 people on the tour.

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  10. Successful People Start Before They Feel ReadyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The New York Observer

    ... next decade, the young boy grew his record label by adding bands like the Sex Pistols, Culture Club, and the Rolling Stones. Along the way, he continued starting companies: an airline business, then trains, then mobile phones, and on and on. Almost ...

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  11. Thailand: dream dinners from Bangkok markets to Koh Samui beach shacksRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Independent

    It is from a vast cauldron on a Koh Samui side street, between a souvenir emporium crawling with little wooden elephants and a live band belting out Rolling Stones hits in Thai, that I finally find my own perfect gaeng keow wan gai. I've had some excellent green chicken curries in Thailand - some rich and sweet with coconut cream; others fragrant with holy basil - but this one, slopped into a bowl by a team of sturdy women and served with a splintery wooden fork, is the one that blows my mind.

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  12. Newcastle United head into Christmas in low spirits after terrible weekRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    I went to see many live gigs of the time, willingly paying the 32p return fare to attend the glorious Mayfair, for example. I thought the buzz of live music would never leave me, even stadium gigs excited - The Rolling Stones 'Not quite on the Sanatogen' tour, for one, in the early 80s.

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  13. Rolling Stones Thank Fans For Coming Out To See Them Live In Online VideoRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | WENN Blog

    The Rolling Stones have posted a video online thanking fans for supporting them on their recent 14 On Fire tour, suggesting there may be more shows planned for 2015. All four bandmates took time out backstage at a recent show to offer up a few statistics about their global trek, with Ronnie Wood revealing the band played to 1,159,882 people on the tour.

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  14. The Rolling Stones thank fans for tourRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com

    The Rolling Stones have thanked fans for coming to their '14 On Fire' after playing to over one million people in 19 countries throughout the year. The group - made up of Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts - have posted a video message on YouTube.com, in which they pay tribute to the ''1,159,882 people'' who attended their gigs in 19 countries throughout the year.

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  15. 20 years ago: the Rolling Stones play Vancouver on the Voodoo Lounge tourRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    My ex, who I'm still amicable with, is a post-Mensa brilliant, horny, obnoxious mindfuck of a human being who can drink 10 straight shots of Iris I convinced you, a vegan, to eat an entire plate of poutine after you'd consumed a mere 2 pints of ubiquitous local microbrew. What other crazy hijinks could I lure you into... Twenty years ago last Wednesday--on December 17, 1994--the Rolling Stones played in front of 50,000 fans at B.C. Place Stadium.

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  16. Rolling Stones '14 on Fire' tour is the No. 3 tour of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards at the Rolling Stones' concert in Adelaide, Australia, on Oct. 25, 2014 The Rolling Stones ' " 14 on Fire " tour was the No. 3 tour of 2014, based on grosses for ticket sales in the year 2014, according to Billboard Boxscore .

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  17. One Direction's 'Where We Are' tour is the No. 1 tour of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    ... North America. Justin Timberlake was No. 2 on the list, with $203,848,901 in ticket sales from 111 shows. The Rolling Stones were No. 3 on the list, $143,448,464 in ticket sales from 21 shows. Critics' reviews of One Direction 's "Where We Are" tour ...

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  18. TV year in review: The best, worst and most adequateRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | SFGate

    Amy Landecker and Jeffrey Tambor, who comes out as a woman in "Transparent," the best new show of the year. Chris Geere as Jimmy Shive-Overly and Aya Cash as Gretchen Cutler are in the best new sitcom "You're the Worst."

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  19. Mick Jagger helping to produce HBO rock series that will feature his sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Nanaimo Daily News

    ... singer of the fictional punk rock band Nasty Bits. Mick Jagger famously sang about late 1970s New York in the Rolling Stones song "Shattered." The story is told through the eyes of a record company president, played by Bobby Cannavale, who is ...

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  20. Photographer Jane Bown who snapped royalty and rockstars diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    British photographer Jane Bown, who captured Samuel Beckett, John Lennon and Queen Elizabeth II in iconic black and white portraits, has died aged 89, her former employer The Observer reported on Dec. 21. The newspaper employed Bown in 1949, and she came to the office each week for over half a century, continuing to work with 35mm film and becoming part of the "DNA" of the newspaper, according to editor John Mulholland. "She produced some of the most memorable and insightful images of prominent cultural and political figures taken during the 20th century," Mulholland said.

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