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Candace Parker helps Sparks beat Mercury 86-72 in Game 2
Candace Parker had 24 points and 13 rebounds _ showing no effects of an ankle injury _ to help the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Phoenix Mercury 86-72 in Game 2 of the WNBA semifinal series
Daryl Hall says he and John Oates 'don't have anything to say together creatively'
While Daryl Hall and John Oates still tour together -- in fact, they're on tour now -- the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers haven't made a studio album together since 2006. And it seems there's a very good reason for that. "Because we don't have anything to say together creatively. How's that?" Hall
Harry Styles, Paramore, Zac Brown Band and more music reviews
This week One Direction’s Harry Styles goes solo, Paramore follow-up their self-titled record with an eighties-style throwback, three-fourths of No Doubt join forces with Davey Havok of AFI to form Dreamcar, Todd Rundgren releases an electro-tinged, guest-filled record and the Zac Brown Band
The xx, the Flaming Lips, Bonobo and Sohn Music Reviews
What stands out most about this week’s new music is how similar it all sounds. I reviewed four new albums. All of them have a chilled, electronic sound for the most part. The xx return with a more forceful record that builds on their signature sound. The Flaming Lips explore somewhat sedate
Balloon Drop Marks the Close of the 2016 Democratic National Convention
On a historic night, Hillary Clinton accepts the presidential nomination for the Democratic party.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Goldie Hawn and *NSYNC Get Hollywood Walk of Fame Nominations
The Hollywood Walk of Fame class of 2017 has been revealed! A who's who of actors including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Rita Wilson and Hugh Laurie were selected, as were musicians Ice Cube, Daryl Hall and John Oats, and the member of the band *NSYNC. "The Walk of Fame Selection Committee looked
Celebrities React to Prince's Death on Social Media
"Purple Rain" singer Prince died today at age 57, and tributes to the singer have been pouring in ever since. Chief among them was Aretha Franklin, who told ABC News: "It was just a blow -- a real blow He had longevity in the industry simply because he was a natural and he had 'it'. What they call
Music Reviews: The Latest From Savages, Tricky, The I Don’t Cares and More
This week the release schedule continues to pick up the pace as London-based art rockers, Savages release their sophomore effort, trip-hop icon, Tricky drops his twelfth studio album which simultaneously serves as the debut of a new side project, The Replacements’ Paul Westerberg joins forces with
Shaquille O'Neal Expands Children's Imaginations in 'Little Shaq'
The former NBA star discusses his latest achievement of writing his first children's book.