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Chance the Rapper, Solange Knowles and five must-see BET Awards moments – Los Angeles Times


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Chance the Rapper, Solange Knowles and five must-see BET Awards moments
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Sunday night's BET Awards weren't exactly a perfect viewing experience, but that doesn't mean the show didn't feature several moments of absolute perfection. Here are five moments even the most casual fans of music and pop culture can (and should
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If Wonder Woman Can Do It, She Can Too – New York Times


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If Wonder Woman Can Do It, She Can Too
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Attendees of an all-women screening of “Wonder Woman” at the Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn. Credit Nicole Craine for The New York Times. “She's so strong,” the little girl seated next to me at a Brooklyn screening of “Wonder Woman” kept repeating to her …
How the breakout of 'Wonder Woman' did–and didn't–play in Gal Gadot's native IsraelLos Angeles Times
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'Wonder Woman' is a hit that even Hollywood can't ignoreABC News
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Gregg Allman dies at 69; Southern rock trailblazer co-founded band marked by tragedy – Los Angeles Times


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Gregg Allman dies at 69; Southern rock trailblazer co-founded band marked by tragedy
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It began like a blues lyric: Gregg Allman hustled up a paper route and used the money to buy a $ 21.95 Silvertone guitar from Sears. He and his brother, Duane, fought over it until their mother quieted them with a second one. Duane could play like
Trouble No More: Allman Brothers Biographer Alan Paul Reflects on 25 Years of Interviewing Gregg AllmanBillboard
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Southern rock founding father Gregg Allman dies at age 69Washington Post
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Online pirates claim to hold Disney’s latest ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie hostage, demand ransom – Los Angeles Times


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Online pirates claim to hold Disney's latest 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie hostage, demand ransom
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Hackers have once again struck at Hollywood, this time claiming one of the summer's biggest blockbuster releases — Disney's “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the fifth installment in the highly profitable swashbuckling franchise
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What ‘Big Little Lies’ left out from the book ending – Los Angeles Times


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What 'Big Little Lies' left out from the book ending
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“Big Little Lies” finally answered the questions viewers have been asking all season: Who died, and who killed them? And who is Ziggy's dad? (If it's still waiting on your DVR, or if you were planning on reading the book version in the near future
12 differences between the Big Little Lies book and showEW.com (blog)
The most radical, interesting part of 'Big Little Lies' had nothing to do with who diedWashington Post
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Chuck Berry, Fiery and Flinty Rock ‘n’ Roll Innovator – New York Times


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Chuck Berry, Fiery and Flinty Rock 'n' Roll Innovator
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Chuck Berry's “Roll Over Beethoven” wasn't the first rock 'n' roll song, but it was the best and brashest of the genre's early advertisements. Released in 1956, it opens with a nimble, bendy guitar riff — a prelude to the one that would be perfected a
Chuck Berry brought a poet's touch — and respectability — to a brash new style of musicLos Angeles Times
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Fans of Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry can tune into new album in 2017New York Daily News
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