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Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift win big at American Music Awards …
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It was a big night for Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift at Sunday's American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Swift…

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Sheet Music App Tonara Adds Interactive Score Synchronization To …
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Tonara, the interactive sheet music app, has announced a new score synchronization feature for its iPad app. One of Tonara's most important updates, score..

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Gay Parenting Is Just Parenting: YourTango Panelists Sound Off
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Gay parenting remains a hot-button issue throughout much of the U.S. and the world over.

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5 Ways Parenting Turns You into a Dumbass | Cracked.com
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You need simplicity as a parent, because unfortunately, having children turns you into a drooling dumbass.

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Parenting | The Baseline Scenario
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By James Kwak My seven-year-old daughter's new favorite song is, no joke, "Banks of Marble," sung by Pete Seeger. I swear I had nothing to do with it. She found a Pete Seeger CD one day, which I didn't even know we had, …

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Stan Stennett obituary
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Comedian, actor and pantomime veteran, he played the garage mechanic Sid Hooper in the TV soap Crossroads With his doleful face, good-natured smile and ever- gleaming teeth, the stalwart entertainer Stan Stennett, who has died aged 88, was a favourite in pantomimes and seaside shows around the UK for decades. After starting out as a […]

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KCRW And NPR Music Present: Cut Copy, Live In Concert
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The beloved Australian electro-pop band performed to a packed house at Le Poisson Rouge to celebrate NPR Music’s new electronic dance music show Metropolis. Watch the entire 10-song set, which included jams from Cut Copy’s new album, Free Your Mind, as well as old favorites like “Lights and Music.” » E-Mail This     » Add to […]

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As JFK Died In Dallas, Music Was Born In Boston
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Imagine you’re a young composer having a piece premiered by the Boston Symphony — only to have the mood swing to unbearable tragedy. That’s what happened to William Jay Sydeman, whose Study No. 2 premiered immediately before the audience learned of the president’s death. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

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