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  • Record heat, record snow: The coasts are clearly weather-beaten

    Record heat, record snow: The coasts are clearly weather-beaten
    In the never-ending cross-country rivalry, winter is the West Coast's prime time to win. We hold up our sand to the East Coast's snow, and wiggle our pedicured, flip-flopped toes at clunky, thick-socked boots. On social media, we send out photos of...
  • Bon Jovi performs intimate set in Kenneth Cole store

    Most of the time when you hear a Bon Jovi song in a store, it's playing over a loudspeaker. But Thursday night, around 100 lucky fans were treated to seeing the New Jersey-born rocker perform a bunch of his hits during an intimate acoustic set inside a...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Feb. 22 'Artful Adventure' An opening reception will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for an exhibit at Quiet Waters Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis, that is a collaboration among three magnet schools' visual arts departments: Bates...
  • Players, celebs and models converge during All-Star weekend

    It is NBA All-Star weekend, but it seems as if all the stars in the celeb galaxy were taking part in the swanky dinners, posh parties and concerts before Sunday's big game. Almost every pocket of New York City, it seemed, offered some kind of starry...
  • Grammys 2015: Eminem, the rap category favorite who gets a free pass

    Grammys 2015: Eminem, the rap category favorite who gets a free pass
    He won top honors over other, more relevant acts. He represents the tastes of older Recording Academy voters. His most innovative work is a decade-plus behind him. As Beck was being shamed by Kanye West for winning album of the year on stage at the...
  • Kanye West hit wrong note in latest Grammy diatribe

    Kanye West hit wrong note in latest Grammy diatribe
    Kanye West lost his temper at the Grammys on Sunday. No big news there. He did nearly the same thing in a notorious stage-storming Taylor Swift incident at the MTV Video Music Awards. Before that, he declared that "George Bush doesn't care about black...
  • NY Fashion Week: Wu offers 'grown-up' clothes; Rosie in red

    The Associated Press is all over New York Fashion Week, from its runway fashions to celebrity-packed events. Here's what some AP writers are seeing: ____ A GAME-CHANGING DRESS Everyone always asks Adam Selman about "that" dress, and no wonder: The...
  • Louder Than a Bomb goes off for 15th anniversary

    Louder Than a Bomb goes off for 15th anniversary
    Television and film star Alec Baldwin, recently having returned from filming a role in "Mission Impossible 5," the latest in the franchise that has earned more than $2 billion worldwide, was talking on the phone from Manhattan about his upcoming trip to...
  • Civil-rights soundtrack still on freedom highway

    Civil-rights soundtrack still on freedom highway
    In the midst of the stirring "Glory," the musical centerpiece of the Oscar-nominated movie "Selma," South Side rapper Common delivers a terse summation of how words, melody and a protest merged during the civil-rights movement. "We sing, our music is...
  • Park Ridge orchestra salutes military in pre-Presidents Day concert

    The Park Ridge Civic Orchestra marked a night of patriotic music in time for Presidents Day with its "Americana" concert on Feb. 11. Singer Wayne Messmer was the special celebrity guest of the night in which veterans and current members of the U.S....
  • PA lawmakers' office leases get little scrutiny

    PA lawmakers' office leases get little scrutiny
    When Pat Browne was elected to the state Senate in 2005, he set up an office in the heart of his district, on Hamilton Street in downtown Allentown. Since then, he's changed buildings but remained downtown, where taxpayers foot the bill for his $36,500-a-...