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Coachella 2018 Day One Highlights: Vince Staples Releases Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd Breaks Down and More

The 19th Annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California began Friday evening (April 13) with a wide range of electric artists, from the premier R & B favorite Kali Uchis to the end of the century pop-funk throwback act Jamiroquai. Join us when we give you the time-limited play-by-play of our Day One experience in the desert …

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6 ACM Awards Predictions That Will Never Happen – Right?

We anticipate winners and outfits and even performances before ACM Awards . We also like to predict what values ​​can be joking about (probably not politics this year). But it's too easy. Before the Sunday show in Las Vegas, we spent a day hour a few minutes to dream things that would happen and what would happen if the fans …

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Coachella Music Festival History, calculated by women

During the 19 years that Coachella began on a polar field in the dry desert of Indio, CA, it has evolved from a rock-centered festival with a soft spot for dance music in the tricky official launch of the festival season. More than any competitor, Coachella has emerged as the defining music event for the festival season. It began to …

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Milos Forman, Oscar's winning director, dies at 86

In this 15th of October 2009, filming film, film festival's jurassist Milos Forman forms the red carpet at the IV edition of the Rome Film Festival in Rome. 19659003] (Photo: Gregorio Borgia, AP) Czech filmmaker Milos Forman, whose American films One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Amadeus won a flood of the Academy Awards, including Best Director Oscars, however, …

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"Coast to Coast AM" radio host Art Bell death at 72

"Coast to Coast AM" radio host to Ar Bell, whose consignments treated conspiracies and paranormal, however, on Friday April 13th. He was 72. New County Sheriff's Office reported that Bell died at his home in Pahrump, Nevada. An autopsy is scheduled for later this week to determine the cause of death, according to KSNV TV, News 3, in Las Vegas. …

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Milos Forman, Oscar-Winning Director, Dead at 86

Milos Forman, the Oscar-winning director behind Amadeus One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, The People vs. Larry Flynt and Man on the Moon died Friday at 86. A representative confirmed Forman's death to Rolling Stone, saying that the director died at Danbury Hospital near his home in Warren , CT. Forman's wife Martina told the Czech news agency CTK that …

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"Rampage" is smart enough to know that it's stupid fun

Dwayne Johnson avoids pitfalls in video game films, despite the genius's checkered past. Congratulations, Brad Peyton: You're the director of the best video game ever. On the surface, it is less honorable and more a number of dubious prices. It takes a real effort to be the best at anything, but the video game movies bar is so low that …

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YouTube demolished my tuba videos (I also do tuba videos)

At the beginning of 2018, YouTube made changes to how we can jointly earn money through its affiliate program (or "YPP"). You've probably heard of this and, oh yes, here. Now it seems a good time to describe my own (less tumultuous) story with YPP. I play Tuba Before I become one of the residents grammar hammers at Ars Technica, …

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2018 ACM Awards: 5 things we hope to see

It's the time of year again! The country music world takes over Las Vegas on the weekend of 2018 ACM Awards Sunday evening and hosts the "Queen of Country" Reba McEntire for an impressive 15th time. With a red carpet, 14 awards and 20 different actions that are expected to take the MGM Grand Garden Arena scene, we recommend viewers …

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