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  • American Music Festival admission pins half price through July 21

    American Music Festival admission pins half price through July 21
    Discount admission to see Daughtry, Barenaked Ladies, Third Eye Blind and Robert Randolph & The Family Band at the oceanfront over Labor Day weekend will be offered through July 21, promoters said Thursday. Those acts -- as well as Fuel, Edgar Winter,...
  • Justin Moore tour includes stop at Hartman Arena

    Justin Moore tour includes stop at Hartman Arena
    NASHVLLE, TN (July 25, 2013) – Justin Moore will truly take his fans on a unique journey with a new headlining tour in support of his September 17 album release on The Valory Music Co. The OFF THE BEATEN PATH TOUR hits the road on November 1 in...
  • Motorola hoping for hit with new Moto X

    Motorola hoping for hit with new Moto X
    Motorola Mobility unveiled Thursday its much-anticipated Moto X smartphone, marking the Libertyville-based company’s first flagship product launch since its acquisition by Google last year. The new device, introduced at a press event in New York,...
  • Song premiere: Duff McKagan taps Seattle roots with Walking Papers

    Song premiere: Duff McKagan taps Seattle roots with Walking Papers
    As a hungry young musician, Duff McKagan learned early on how to make a graceful entrance or exit, maybe more often than most. Even before his dozen years as bassist for the L.A. hard-rock act Guns ‘N Roses and his later collaborations with Velvet...
  • London mayor joins call for anti-theft features in smartphones

    London Mayor Boris Johnson is the latest politician to back a group that’s pressuring tech companies to design smartphones that become useless if they fall into the wrong hands. Prosecutors from San Francisco and New York state will now be...
  • Toby Keith, Garth Brooks top Oklahoma Twister Relief benefit

    Saturday’s country music all-star gathering for the Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert in Norman, Okla., has aready generated at least $1 million for recovery efforts following the killer storms that swept through the region in May. The $1 million is...
  • 6ABC will have lots of Eagles games early

     
    With the US Open set to begin today, 6ABC is aleady looking ahead to the next big thing in Philadelphia sports -- the start of the Chip Kelly Era with the Eagles. 6ABC will televise all four of the Eagles preseason games, beginning with the Aug. 9 game...
  • Homeowner forced into residence and robbed [North Baltimore crime log]

    The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...
  • Southland businesses get new option for high-speed Internet

    Southland businesses get new option for high-speed Internet
    Los Angeles-based Wilcon has acquired fellow fiber-optic connection provider Freedom Dark Fiber Networks, giving many Southern California businesses a way to get high-capacity Internet service with high-speed links to Asia. The deal – terms of...
  • HTC One coming to Verizon Wireless on Thursday

    The HTC One smartphone will be sold by the nation's largest carrier beginning next week, four months after it launched on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Verizon Wireless said in a tweet early Friday that HTC's top phone of 2013 would cost $199 with a two-...
  • Skype to be pre-installed in new version of Microsoft Windows

    Bloatware is the term given to programs that come pre-installed on computers even though it's unlikely they will be used by every owner. Sometimes they are difficult to get rid of and can consume resources unnecessarily.  Pre-installed anti-virus...