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Beatles’ First Recording Contract to Go Under the Hammer

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The Beatles at the BBC Studios, London, Britain - 1963

The Beatles’ first recording contract was signed in Hamburg, Germany, where the band honed its craft playing gigs in the city’s boisterous nightclub district. 00 read more

Amnesty International’s legalized prostitution push turning off celeb supporters

Anne Hathaway, left, and Meryl Streep. ((REUTERS))

Amnesty International, which has long counted on the support of celebrity heavyweights like Anne Hathaway, U2 and Jon Stewart, now finds itself on opposite ends with liberal Hollywood — over legalizing prostitution. 00 read more

Bobbi Kristina Brown autopsy in the works as police investigate her death

Bobbi Kristina

An autopsy will be conducted evaluate what led to the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown as the police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding her death, authorities said Monday, the day after her death. 00 read more



Get Your Groove Back is the psychedelic-poptastic second single by sibling band JAGMAC (Jared, Angelique, Gabriel, Manjo, Alyssa, and CJ from downtown Baltimore). The band sing, dance, write, teach martial arts, use sign language and have already gained a die-hard social media following after their debut … read more

Rihanna Is First Artist to Cross RIAA’s 100 Million Song Certifications


The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) today announced that Rihanna has surpassed more than 100 million gold & platinum song certifications, elevating her to No. 1 on RIAA’s list of artists with the most digital single awards and making her the … read more