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Annie Lennox’s Daughter Survives Kayaking Accident That May Have Claimed Boyfriend’s Life

The daughter of singer Annie Lennox was involved in a kayaking accident in New York Saturday that has left her boyfriend missing. 

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Billy Joel Joined by Paul Simon at Long Island Concert [Video]

Billy Joel helped close down Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, New York earlier this week, but he wasn’t the only native New Yorker in the house. 

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New Movies Include ‘Fantasic Four’ and ‘The Gift’ [Video]

This weekend's new releases include a blockbuster reboot, Academy Award winning actors and a film for kids.

Watch full trailers of all of this weekend's new releases and see Grand Rapids showtimes.

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Michael Jackson White Glove To Be Sold At Auction [Video]

A sequined white glove once worn by Michael Jackson is currently up for auction, at the bargain price of $20,000.

Bargain price? I can get gloves at the dollar store.

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The Doobie Brothers File Lawsuit Over Their Name [Video]

The Doobie Brothers have filed a lawsuit against a cover band over the use of their name. The 70s rockers are suing folk-rock cover duo Doobie Decibel System (DDS) suggesting the duo’s name is “confusingly similar” to theirs.

While they may have a point, you gotta love the name 'Doobie Decibel System', don't you? It puts terms invoking sound, libraries and getting high into one beautiful little box.

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‘Do The Bartman’ Was Not Written by Michael Jackson [Video]

Michael Jackson was responsible for a writing lot of great songs but apparently “Do The Bartman” from 'The Simpsons' is not one of them.

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NBA Team To Wear Uniforms From The Movie ‘Hoosiers’ [Video]

Who among us didn't get a little misty eyed when Jimmy Chitwood got nothing but net on that jumper to give his fictional Hickory High team the Indiana State basketball title?

So this coming season, the NBA's Indiana Pacers will don Hickory's red and gold to celebrate the movie 'Hoosiers' 30th Anniversary. And this gives me an excuse to play my favorite clips from the movie for you. 'I love you guys'

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Now You Can Be Insulted By Donald Trump!!

I'm not really sure if Donald Trump is actually running for President, or trying to revive the art of being an insult comic in the vein of Don Rickles, but one thing's for sure, he sure likes to call people names.

So why should YOU be left out? You're not!! The internet now allows you to suffer the same fate as Lindsey Graham.

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Bruce Springsteen Plays Surprise Two-Hour Bar Set [Video]

If there's one thing we all know for sure, it's that Bruce Springsteen loves New Jersey - and given his past history, he loves making surprise appearances. He gave a little love back to his home state over the weekend when he surprised fans with a two-hour gig at a local bar.

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New Movies Include ‘Minions,’ ‘Strangerland’ and ‘Self/Less’ [Video]

After weeks of dominance by Jurassic World and Inside Out, it's time for some more movies to take their shot at the box office lead.

Minions, The Gallows, Self/Less and more are now in theaters.

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Runaways Bassist Accuses Manager of Rape

Original Runaways bassist Jackie Fuchs has leveled some serious accusations against the band’s manager, Kim Fowley (at right in photo).

In an interview with The Huffington Post, Jackie, whose stage name was Jackie Fox, says Fowley drugged and raped her at a party when she was only 16-years-old.

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U2 Loves Putting Their Fans On Stage, Here’s Why [Video]

U2's Innocence and Experience Tour has been selling out across North America. The one thing that remains constant as the band travels from city to city is their commitment to involving their fans.

This week in Toronto, a fan named Stephanie played rhythm guitar for the song 'Angel In Harlem'. Bono explains why the band makes it personal for some fans.

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