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FLASHBACK: SIMON & GARFUNKEL REUNITE IN CENTRAL PARK

FLASHBACK: SIMON & GARFUNKEL REUNITE IN CENTRAL PARK

It was 37 years ago tonight (September 19th, 1981) that Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel reunited in front of a reported 500,000 fans for a free concert in New York’s Central Park. Although the duo had performed together several times after their 1970 break up — most notably at a fundraiser in 1972 for Democratic […]
BOB SEGER ANNOUNCES FAREWELL TOUR

BOB SEGER ANNOUNCES FAREWELL TOUR

Bob Seger has just announced that his upcoming dates will constitute the beginning of his and the Silver Bullet Band‘s farewell tour. Seger has a string of shows booked for later this year to make up for the concerts postponed after he was forced off the road for back surgery, but the Rock and Roll […]
PAUL McCARTNEY’S PARTYING DAYS A THING OF THE PAST

PAUL McCARTNEY’S PARTYING DAYS A THING OF THE PAST

Today (August 27th) marks the 51st anniversary of the death of the Beatles‘ manager Brian Epstein. Epstein, who died of an accidental drug overdose at the age of 34, literally groomed the group from a scruffy, leather clad, bar band into the most successful and influential musicians of their time. In April 2014, Epstein was […]
WHITNEY HOUSTON’S BODYGUARD COSTUME NABS FIVE FIGURES

WHITNEY HOUSTON’S BODYGUARD COSTUME NABS FIVE FIGURES

Whitney Houston’s Queen of the Night costume from 1992’s Bodyguard sold at auction for $12,000, The Blast reports. Meanwhile, Dr. Evil’s costume from Austin Powers sold for $9.600, Winona Ryder’s hazmat suit from Stranger Things landed $9,000 and a pair of Jawa boots from Star Wars nabbed $7.800. What piece of movie memorabilia would you love […]
On This Day in History! 08/21/18

On This Day in History! 08/21/18

1858, the Lincoln-Douglas debates began in Illinois, with U.S. Senate candidates Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas debating the issue of slavery. The two debated in seven Illinois towns, with their speeches lasting for hours. Lincoln advocated the abolition of slavery, making him a national political figure. However, Douglas won the election. 1878, a group of lawyers, judges, and law […]