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Some Pretty Crazy Things Have Gone Down in These 9 Iconic Hotels
Hotels around the world have played major roles in history. For centuries, hotels have been the sites of scandals, parties and secrets. Prizes have been dreamed up in hotels; iconic salads (yes, really) have been invented in hotels; the world's most famous speeches have been drafted in hotels. So
Tony Bennett Talks Lady Gaga, Arts in the Schools, Secret to His Success
Tony Bennett, who made history this week by becoming the oldest artist with a No. 1 album, said he has a secret to his success. One, he said, most may not believe. “I never worked a day in my life because I love what I...
Deborah Ann Woll on breaking up a TV relationship
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Deborah Ann Woll Sings George Gershwin's 'They All Laughed'
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Matthew Broderick Is Back on Broadway
The two-time Tony winner discusses his new play, "Nice Work If You Can Get It."
National Jukebox Website Launched By Library of Congress
Over 10,000 Digital Recordings From Early 20th Century Now Available Online
July 28, 1984: Summer Olympics in L.A.
The Los Angeles Olympic Games open tonight that in near flawless Hollywood produced spectacle that culminated in president Reagan's opening declaration and the Olympic Johnson's lighting of the flame. And for the president there was some cheering for the home team today also. We have two reports
A Tribute to Paul Harvey
The new. I. I'm ropes and if you're just joining us we're sorry to report ballpark has passed. Paul Harvey once told a friend that He continued to go to work in the morning well past the for most of us would be retired. Because if you didn't He wouldn't know what to do himself put it woke up. And
Virtuoso Performs for Airport Cabbies
The Newark Airport Taxi Holding Area is hardly a typical location for a concert by Grammy-nominated violinist Philippe Quint, but that's where roughly 200 cabbies got to hear a special recital. The performance was a thank-you note from a grateful musician to a cab company that saved him after he
Pyongyang Opens Doors to Musical Diplomacy
The 106 members of "America's First Orchestra" made history by just being in North Korea, a country still technically at war with the United States. In the auditorium, with the U.S. flag on stage left, perhaps the most memorable piece played was the American national anthem, a tradition when the