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Bruce Springsteen postpones September shows, citing doctor’s advice regarding peptic ulcers

NEW YORK (AP) — The Boss is taking an unexpected breather and postponing his September shows, citing doctors' orders. Bruce Springsteen announced on his website Wednesday that he was postponing shows for the remainder of the month while he is treated for symptoms of "peptic ulcer disease." The disease causes ulcers to form in the stomach or small intestine that can cause heartburn, nausea and stomach pain. The postponed shows […]

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La Red Health Center hosts Women’s Health Walk

GEORGETOWN, DEL. - (September 1, 2023) La Red Health Center and its partners are offering free health screenings and connections to community resources at its 8th Annual Women's Health Walk at Soroptimist Park in Seaford. The Women's Health Walk is being held Saturday, Sept. 9, 2023 between 10 am and 1 pm at Soroptimist Park located at 1158 Middleford Rd., Seaford. The free event features more than 35 vendors, food, […]

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Looking for a new car under $20,000? Good luck.

DETROIT (AP) — Just five years ago, a price-conscious auto shopper in the United States could choose from among a dozen new small cars selling for under $20,000. Now, there's just one: The Mitsubishi Mirage. And even the Mirage appears headed for the scrap yard. At a time when Americans increasingly want pricey SUVs and trucks rather than small cars, the Mirage remains the lone new vehicle whose average sale […]

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Jerry Moss, co-founder of A&M Records and Rock Hall of Fame member, dies at 88

Music industry giant Jerry Moss has died at age 88. Moss teamed with Herb Alpert to co-found A&M Records and rise from a Los Angeles garage to wealth and fame with hits by Alpert, the Police, the Carpenters and hundreds of other performers, He and Alpert were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. A&M Records released such blockbuster albums as Alpert's "Whipped Cream & Other […]

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Robbie Robertson, lead guitarist and songwriter of The Band, dies at 80

One of rock's greatest songwriters and musicians, Robbie Robertson, has died. He was 80. His manager said he died Wednesday in Los Angeles, surrounded by family. As the guitarist and lead writer for The Band, Robertson mined American music and history for such classics as "The Weight" and "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down." He later worked on the soundtracks for several Martin Scorsese movies, including "The Departed" and […]

today08/11/2023 74


William Friedkin, Oscar-winning director of ‘The Exorcist’ and ‘The French Connection,’ dead at 87

LOS ANGELES (AP) — William Friedkin, the Oscar winning director of two gripping film classics, "The French Connection" and "The Exorcist," has died. He was 87. A representative from his office said he died Monday in Los Angeles. Friedkin was in his early 30s when he won the best director Oscar for "The French Connection." Other film credits included "To Live and Die in L.A.," "Cruising," "The Brink's Job," "Rules […]

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Freddie Mercury’s beloved piano, song drafts and hundreds of personal items to go on sale

LONDON (AP) — More than 1,400 of Freddie Mercury's personal items, including his flamboyant stage costumes, handwritten drafts of "Bohemian Rhapsody" and the baby grand piano he used to compose Queen's greatest hits, are going on show in a free exhibition at Sotheby's London ahead of their sale. The vast collection of the singer's personal belongings had been left to Mercury's close friend Mary Austin. They had remained undisturbed in […]

today08/03/2023 113


Boots and dog tags Alan Alda wore on ‘M-A-S-H’ sell at auction for $125,000 that will go to charity

DALLAS (AP) — The combat boots and dog tags Alan Alda wore while playing the wisecracking surgeon Hawkeye on the beloved television series "M-A-S-H" have sold at auction for $125,000. Alda held onto the boots and dog tags for more than 40 years after the show ended but decided to sell them Friday through Heritage Auctions in Dallas to raise money for his center dedicated to helping scientists and doctors […]

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Randy Meisner, founding member of the Eagles and singer of ‘Take It to the Limit,’ dies at 77

NEW YORK (AP) — Randy Meisner, a founding member of the Eagles who added high harmonies to such favorites as "Take It Easy" and "The Best of My Love" and stepped out front for the waltz-time ballad "Take It to the Limit," has died, the band said Thursday. He was 77. Meisner died Wednesday night in Los Angeles of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the Eagles said in a […]

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