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Gov’t Mule, the Southern Rock jam band and small business if there ever was one, recently started providing health insurance to nine musicians and crew members.
The Los Angeles Times announced it had decided to retract an article that linked associates of Sean “Diddy” Combs with the attack on rapper Tupac Shakur in 1994, and implied that Combs had known about it before it happened.
They say it’s what’s inside that counts. Hogwash. It’s the suit that makes the man — or the cyborg, as the case may be.
LOS ANGELES, California (AP) — As the people of Kazakhstan know all too well, mockery of culture and religion seems to be kosher in Hollywood, under the following conditions:
“Am I really the unsexiest woman in the world?”
That’s the rhetorical question actress Sarah Jessica Parker posed to Grazia (which actually bills itself as Britain’s “first glossy magazine”). She was responding to the title of “Unsexiest Woman Alive” bestowed upon her by a poll of the readers of another magazine, Maxim
Heartbroken man puts house, car, job and even friends on the cyber block
DENVER – The online release of the new Nine Inch Nails album, “Ghosts I-IV,” resulted in just under 800,000 transactions in its first week, totaling $1.6 million in revenue, the industrial-rock band has revealed.
‘N Sync founder Pearlman ‘accepting full responsibility’ for bilking investors
Britney Spears’ father will retain control of the singer’s assets and estate for another five months, a Los Angeles court has ruled.
The music publisher that controls the Beatles’ John Lennon-Paul McCartney composed hits has given Idol the go-ahead to let its contestants have their way with the likes of “Yesterday,” “Let It Be” and, should someone be so brave, “I Am the Walrus.”
Mischa Barton was charged Tuesday with misdemeanor DUI and pot possession in connection with her December arrest in West Hollywood following a traffic stop.