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Maroon 5 (music group)

Maroon 5 (music group)
Maroon 5 formed by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Adam Levine, keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, base guitarist Mickey Madden, and drummer Ryan Dusick in 2002. The group's break through hits included "She Will Be Loved" and "Sunday Morning."
Maroon 5 formed by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Adam Levine, keyboardist Jesse Carmichael, base guitarist Mickey Madden, and drummer Ryan Dusick in 2002. The group's break through hits included "She Will Be Loved" and "Sunday Morning." « Show less

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  • Virgen: Flashback Heart Attack, a fun band

    Virgen: Flashback Heart Attack, a fun band
    When Flashback Heart Attack takes the stage, the 80s cover band doesn't just conjure up fun memories for the crowd. They put on a show. The band members, from Newport Beach and Costa Mesa, enjoy interacting with fans during their set. They entertain with...
  • Michael Phelps to learn golf on 'The Haney Project'

    We know what Michael Phelps is going to do next. Golf anyone? Fresh off of winning six medals at the London Olympics, Phelps is going to tackle the world's best golf courses with help from the Golf Channel. The Baltimore swimmer, who says he has retired...
  • 20 Questions with the founder of Yard House

    Editor's note: The following is a set of 20 questions with Yard House founder Steele Platt. Q: You said you wrote a business plan in 1994 called the Yard House while tending bar in Huntington Beach. The Yard House sold to Darden Restaurants for $585...
  • 10 Awkward Questions with ... Preakness' Kegasus

    10 Awkward Questions with ... Preakness' Kegasus
    What you see is what you get with Kegasus, the spokeshorse-man of Preakness. He's a party guy on top, a horse who also likes to party on bottom and a Henry James scholar. So, that last part we made up, but we've always wanted to learn more about the...
  • May 16: Preak out

    Preakness 2012 mascot Kegasus answers 10 awkward questions What you see is what you get with Kegasus, the spokeshorse-man of Preakness. He's a party guy on top, a horse who also likes to party on bottom and a Henry James scholar. So, that last part we...
  • Preakness 2012 volleyball brings out Olympic-level competitors

    Preakness 2012 volleyball brings out Olympic-level competitors
    Twenty-seven-old Minju Kim from Seoul, South Korea, found the early races a big yawn, so she and her friend Jieun Yi of Philadelphia stopped by the volleyball field. "For me, it's not that interesting," Kim said. She is visitig Yi, who is originally from...
  • Onetime Preakness infielders upgrade to the grandstands

    Onetime Preakness infielders upgrade to the grandstands
    This year marks the second Preakness for both Dave Bowser and his girlfriend, Angela Alexander -- and both expect this experience to be quite different from their first. Bowser, 28, of Harbor East, first came to Pimlico while in college at Penn State. He...
  • Preakness revelers try to catch sight of Maroon 5's Adam Levine

    Preakness revelers try to catch sight of Maroon 5's Adam Levine
    Twenty-year-old twins Kyla and Keegan Cytryn of Allentown, N.J., stood on their tip-toes to catch a glimpse of Adam Levine, the lead singer of Maroon 5, from the grass beside the outdoor stage. "It's amazing," Kyla Cytryn said. "I wish I could touch him,...
  • Maroon 5 keeps Preakness popping

    Maroon 5 keeps Preakness popping
    "It looks like a big, sweaty, sexy mess of people out there," said Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine to the Preakness InfieldFEST crowd. His eyes did not deceive him. The Los Angeles pop-rock group proved to be an excellent choice for the InfieldFEST crowd,...
  • A proper Midnight Sun introduction, only 10 months late

    A proper Midnight Sun introduction, only 10 months late
    It’s somewhat strange to write an introduction on a blog you’ve been contributing to for the past 10 months, yet here I am, doing the Internet equivalent to the awkward honk and wave.   But hey, better late than never, right?   The old...
  • Maryland Jockey Club's Tom Chuckas 'couldn't be happier' about Preakness 2012

    Maryland Jockey Club's Tom Chuckas 'couldn't be happier' about Preakness 2012
    Two days after Kentucky Derby winner I'll Have Another's thrilling win over Bodemeister under sunny skies and in front of a packed house, Maryland Jockey Club president Tom Chuckas pronounced the 137th running of the Preakness a rousing success. "I...