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Judith Sheindlin - a.k.a. TV's "Judge Judy" - talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about her latest book, "What Would Judy Say? A Grown-Up Guide to Living Together with Benefits."
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Give a listen to Rock Hall Class of 2013 inductee Donna Summer's breakout hit, "Love to Love You, Baby." And we've got the tune in TWO lengths for you: the shorter radio version and the 17-minute disco version.
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If you listen to Jada Pinkett Smith, the pursuit of marital happiness just might be interpreted as looking the other way. When asked about the seemingly never-ending gossip that she and...
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Judge Judy's beef with the ex-wife of her producer has settled ... and Judy won't have to pay a penny ... TMZ has learned.We broke the story ... Patric Jones sued Judy, complaining the judge and her ex conspired to screw her out of uber-expensive china…
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SHEFFIELD -- Cypress Moon Studios' latest installment in it 's songwriters workshops will feature Muscle Shoals native Alecia Elliott. Elliott will be at the studios from 6-9 p.m.
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Judy I. Finding, 70, of North Olmsted, passed away peacefully Thursday, May 9, 2013. She was born May 30, 1942, to Harry and Margaret (nee Stepp) Weger in Copley. Judy was a fabulous cook and avid reader. She enjoyed spending time in her garden, but most of all, she loved spending time with her beloved family. Judy ...Read More
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Steve Smith doesn't think very highly of Mark Sanchez as a quarterback. While in the studio for “The Drive” on WFNZ 610-AM in Charlotte, N.C., the four-time Pro Bowl wideout let the listeners know just what he thinks about the Jets QB. "He sucks. I wouldn’t let Mark Sanchez throw me a paper bag sandwich," he said. CLICK HERE to listen Smith's quote. Sanchez took the high...
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We'd like to thank Detroit's own charming rock duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. for lifting our spirits this morning. It's not just their infinitely likable EP "Patterns" that's got us in a good mood, but a new remix and video for one of their singles that appeals to the nostalgic nerd in all of us. "If You Didn't See Me (Then You Weren't On The Dancefloor)" was already getting...
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When the Elliott Museum originally opened in 1961, there was a parade to celebrate the event — a turning point in the development of the community. The museum was a gift from Harmon Elliott.
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