The Ultimate Denver Travel Guide

A rriving in Denver under a clear blue sky, invigorated by the pure mountain air at 5,280 feet (exactly one mile up -- hence, the Mile High City), it was...

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Juice WRLD, Rising Chicago Rapper, Dies at 21

The Sun-Times reported that upon disembarking from a private plane at 3:30 a.m. CST, rapper Juice WRLDexperienced "an unknown medical issue"

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Walter Minton, US publisher of ‘Lolita,‘ dies at 96

Minton’s wife, Marion, tells The Associated Press that he died Tuesday at their home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The son of longtime Putnam president Melville Minton, Walter Minton was in ...

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Clay mother looking to expand free after-school program for military kids

A Clay County mother is on a mission to create free after-school programs for military kids across...

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No, Studios Won’t Buy Theaters, but Small Exhibitors Fear Destruction While DOJ Touts Innovation

The Department of Justice announced November 18 that it’s begun the process to end the Paramount...

discovered 4 months ago on Indiewire via Yahoo News
MCA seeks support of M/PIFCD, Fire Commission

Karl Deigert, president of the Matlacha Civic Association, and several board members attended the Fire Commissioners meeting last week. Matlacha resident Michael Hannon was also present. Hannon ...

discovered 4 months ago on The Pine Island Eagle
Walter Minton, publisher of both ‘Lolita‘ and 'The Godfather,' dies at 96

Minton’s wife, Marion, tells The Associated Press that he died Tuesday at their home in Ponte Vedra...

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Walter Minton, risk-taking Putnam’s publisher who defied censors, dies at 96

Mr. Minton was 31 when he became president of Putnam’s in 1955, succeeding his father as head of the...

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Thanksgiving week music in Hudson Valley offers unique options, bands

In the very near future, many of us will be spending exorbitant amounts of time with family as we...

discovered 4 months ago on Poughkeepsie Journal
The Preppy Murder's Robert Chambers Was Kinda Like The '80s Version Of Ted Bundy

It’s been more than 30 years since the so-called "Preppy Murder" dominated conversation and headlines in New York City. The tantalizing story was a tabloid blockbuster: wealth, privilege, alcohol ...

discovered 4 months ago on Women s Health
125 Years of Billboard: How the Music Business Changed Across Decades

Billboard’s new issue celebrates the 125th anniversary of the magazine -- and all the ways the music industry has evolved along with it.

discovered 4 months ago on MSN News
Nipsey Hussle Earns 3 Posthumous Grammy Nominations

Nipsey Hussle, the rapper who was shot and killed outside his own clothing store earlier this year, has been posthumously nominated for three Grammys

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The 'Preppy Killer' and the Tabloid Sensation Still Defining 1980s New York Today

New York City was a different place in 1986 than it is today. During the morning hours of Aug. 26,...

discovered 4 months ago on WJXT Jacksonville
Capitol Theatre Promotes Bruce Wheeler to General Manager

The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, today announced that Bruce Wheeler has been promoted...

discovered 4 months ago on Variety
Rick Ludwin, Former Head of NBC Late-Night, Dies at 71

Ludwin is known as the executive who pushed "Seinfeld" onto the airwaves

discovered 4 months ago on TheWrap