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Back to the beginning Thumbnails Happy 50th birthday, cassette tape! Today is the 50th anniversary of that most ubiquitous of 1980s cultural debris, the cassette tape! The compact cassette tape made its official debut on September 14, 1963, but
Mercedeh Sanati Special to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Sep...PM EDT House of Marley's Roots Rock audio system is a modern-day boombox that's disguised as a stylish bag. How it works Crafted from a mix of hemp, organic cotton, recycled
John Cusack Intruder Arrested At Malibu Home Exclusive A woman with a serious thing for John Cusack got busted at the star's home after allegedly making multiple attempts to enter his home Tuesday evening .....According to law enforcement sources ...
After announcing that this year will be the last for his brand, Japanese designer Masaaki Homma been on a prolonged goodbye tour all over the globe.
The penalties are part of a bid to drive home the seriousness of efforts to reduce fatalities in the area. LTA CEO Naisa Tuinaceva delivered his ruling after a show-cause hearing held in Lautoka last week. "The six drivers appeared for alleged
When LL Cool J made his first album, I was impressed with his rhymes and lyrics. My favorite rap song from LL Cool J's first album is “Radio”. When I was in high school, I pictured him as the RadioMan. In the fan art, he is
LJ Rich visits a Restart party in Camden, London On a warm summer's night they came, bearing the damaged and broken, to the place where old things are healed and made whole again. This time they came to the Camden Town Shed, in north London, but next
00 pm by Cory Lopez 0 comments Everyone from here to Timbuktu knows Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is basically as buff as bodybuilders come. But did you know he was almost as Herculean even when he was as just a teen?...The wrestler-turned-movie
More than 20 years later, the third Spike Lee joint maintains a practically unparalleled relevance: Swedish dance-pop superstar Robyn has borrowed all her recent choreography from Rosie Perez's vicious opening sequence. Public Enemy, whose Fight the
George Whitlow plays music from a sound system mounted on his bike near the corner of Park Road N.W. and 14th St...The Washington Post You hear him first, usually pumping to Chuck Brown's unofficial D.C. anthem Bustin' Loose or an old standby like