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  • Bob Dylan Finally Receives Nobel Prize in StockholmBob Dylan Finally Receives Nobel Prize in Stockholm
    American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan accepted his Nobel Prize in literature Saturday in Stockholm, members of the Swedish Academy and local media reported. Dylan received his Nobel diploma and medal during a small ceremony at a hotel near where he performed later Saturday, Klas Ostergren, a member of the Swedish Academy, told The Associated Press. Academy […]
  • ‘Gong Show’ Host Chuck Barris Dead at 87‘Gong Show’ Host Chuck Barris Dead at 87
    By Doreen McCallister KUNM Chuck Barris not only hosted The Gong Show, but he is responsible for creating such iconic TV game shows as The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game. Barris died of natural causes Tuesday at his home in Palisades, N.Y., according to publicist Paul Shefrin. On Barris’ gambit into game shows, Variety […]
  • Gov. Christie May Be Eying a Job as Sports Radio JockGov. Christie May Be Eying a Job as Sports Radio Jock
    As Chris Christie contemplates what he’ll do for a living after leaving the governor’s office in January 2018, there’s at least one job he’s in the running for: sports radio talk show host. Late last month, WFAN program director Mark Chernoff said Christie is in the mix of possible replacements when long-time drive-time sports guru […]
  • Video Likely to Hurt ‘A Dog’s Purpose’Video Likely to Hurt ‘A Dog’s Purpose’
    Marketers would describe “A Dog’s Purpose” as a film with “four-quadrant” appeal, meaning it’s likely to draw moviegoers of both genders, young and old. Based on a bestselling book and told from a dog’s perspective, it’s a feel-good story for animal lovers of all kinds. Which is why a video leaked last week of a […]
  • Actress Betty White Turns 95Actress Betty White Turns 95
    In honor of Betty White’s birthday, here are five things you may not know about The Golden Girls star: White was born in 1922, before sliced bread, ballpoint pens and bubble gum. White originally auditioned to play Blanche on The Golden Girls. She swapped roles with co-star Rue McClanahan in the casting process.  White married three times, […]
  • Hollywood Sign Altered to Read ‘Hollyweed’Hollywood Sign Altered to Read ‘Hollyweed’
    Los Angeles residents awoke early Sunday to see that one thing, at least, looked different in the New Year: the Hollywood sign. Armed with four tarpaulins, a prankster had climbed Mount Lee under the cover of night to edit the iconic landmark, which was changed to “HOLLYWeeD.” Security footage recorded at 3 a.m. Sunday showed […]
  • Carrie Fisher: Princess On and Off the ScreenCarrie Fisher: Princess On and Off the Screen
    Carrie Fisher didn’t just fight Darth Vader. She fought sexism. She fought ageism. She fought alcoholism, drug addiction, depression and bipolar disorder. She fought her critics. Fisher died Tuesday at age 60 after suffering a heart attack on Dec. 23. She’ll forever be remembered as a “Star Wars” princess, but Leia Organa was a fighter, because that’s what Carrie Fisher […]
  • Hollywood Icon Zsa Zsa Gabor Dies at Age 99Hollywood Icon Zsa Zsa Gabor Dies at Age 99
    Hungarian-born celebrity, who was famous for being famous — and for marrying 9 times — passed away of a heart attack in Los Angeles By Hillel Italie In an Aug. 15, 1986 file photo, actress Zsa Zsa Gabor is shown Los Angeles. Gabor died Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, of a heart attack at her Bel-Air […]
  • Actor Alan Thicke Dies at Age 69Actor Alan Thicke Dies at Age 69
    RepublishReprint Alan Thicke, Canadian actor and dedicated NHL fan, died playing hockey with his son on Tuesday. He was 69 years old. According to TMZ, Thicke was playing hockey with his 19-year-old son, Carter, when he suffered a heart attack. He was transported to Providence St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Burbank around noon local time […]
  • Bob Dylan’s Lyrics Imported from ChinaBob Dylan’s Lyrics Imported from China
    In 2014, as if anticipating his Nobel Prize for Literature by two years, Bob Dylan published what he considers the authoritative version of his lyrics from 1961 to 2012, appropriately called The Lyrics, in which the original versions of the lyrics in the collection are frequently accompanied by fragments of the most important variants of the […]


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