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Sir Ian McKellen surprises Hobbit fans at midnight marathon …
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Standard Online · Home · News · Sport · Football · Showbiz · Celebrity News · Interviews · Oscars 2014 · Going out · Lifestyle · Fashion & Beauty · Videos … Ads by Google. Party people – the celebs out in London. Comments …

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Microsoft's latest killer deal: 100 free album downloads for music fans
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In addition to its special 12 Days of Deals promotion on gadgets, and its special $149 Work & Play Bundle sale for various services including Office 365 Home, Skype Unlimited World + Wi-Fi, Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Music Pass, Microsoft has one other …

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Spokane man's app lets fans fund mixed martial arts moves …
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Spokane gym owner Joel Thomas has developed an app that he hopes will dial up more excitement during professional mixed martial arts bouts. A former pro MMA competitor, Thomas said he's seen too many pro matches …

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What happened to the holiday tunes? Fans claim festive music hard to find on …
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West Palm Beach, Fla. – Fans of holiday music say they're having a hard time finding it on local radio stations. “I was looking for them actually on my way to work, and I couldn't find it,” says Lynn Green. Green says she listens to Christmas music …

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What Should The Official Name Of "Gilmore Girls" Fans Be?
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Better order in some pizza, because this is a serious decision!

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Music fans pay up to four times original price for discontinued iPod Classic
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He said: 'There's still a huge affection for the iPod Classic and it's not hard to see why – Spotify might offer 20 million songs, but 120GB of music is more than most people need, and your iTunes library doesn't carry data charges or a subscription fee.'.

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Gifts for music fans: DVDs, CD box sets, gadgets and more
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Give the gift of music with DVDs, CD box sets, music bios, headphones and more. These trinkets represent this season's best audio delights. James Brown, “Live At The Boston Garden: April 5th, 1968” (Shout Factory), $13.98: The day after the …

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Fans scramble for iPod Classic, the music player Apple killed off
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Editor Will Dunn lamented the product's demise: “There's still a huge affection for the iPod Classic and it's not hard to see why – Spotify might offer 20 million songs, but 120GB of music is more than most people need, and your iTunes library doesn't …

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