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Australian post-punk guitarist Rowland S. Howard passed away today, after a battle with liver cancer. He was 50.
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2016/5/15Eurovision 2016 has been and gone. This time, much of the weirdness apparently fell by the wayside in the semifinals, thus arguably making watching the finals even more essential for fans of the Old Weird Eurovision.
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2015/5/23Well, it's that time of year again, and so I will be providing live commentary on Eurovision; this year, live from Vienna. So watch this space: It's kicking off with style; for the introduction,
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2012/5/21Robin Gibb, one of the members of long-running pop group the Bee Gees, has died, aged 62 . While they're best known for some overexposed disco-pop from the 1970s, Robin, by all accounts the eccentric of
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