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Originally posted 02/06/2006 08:30AM
The Pittsburgh Steelers may have claimed an impressive 21-10 Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night, but the Rolling Stones delivered a strong showing, too.
Originally posted 09/09/2005 08:00AM
This weekend will bring the start of a stellar roster of live concerts and benefits organized by various organizations to raise money for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.
Originally posted 10/04/2004 09:00AM
SPOTTED: Martha Stewart, 63, due to begin her five-month prison sentence this week, spent the weekend vacationing at the Ocean Club Hotel on the Bahamas' Paradise Island and was photographed stepping out of the surf in a one-piece black bathing suit. The domestic diva – soon to be No. 55170-054 at a federal prison facility in Alderson, W. Va. – spent Saturday night at the wedding reception of her longtime publicist Susan Margrino. "It was just the nicest two days," Stewart said.
Originally posted 02/07/2003 01:00PM
Bill Clinton served as the opening act to the Rolling Stones at L.A.'s Staples Center Thursday night.
Originally posted 02/03/2003 11:00AM
Those with good memories may recall Bill Clinton's saxophone solo during his first presidential election campaign in 1992 -- when he tooted his own horn on "The Arsenio Hall Show."
Originally posted 11/06/2002 01:00PM
It's turning into a tough week for two big rock acts, the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Originally posted 09/04/2002 11:00AM
Life began at 40 for the Rolling Stones in Boston Tuesday night. Make that their 40th anniversary, as the aging rockers kicked off their 25-city "Licks" tour with "Street Fightin' Man" and some glowing reviews.
Originally posted 08/13/2002 01:00PM
On Oct. 1, the group will release a retrospective double-CD package called "40 Licks," which required making peace with their old manager.
Originally posted 02/19/1999 12:00AM
The Rolling Stones are set to boogie until they are 90, their biographer forecast Thursday. British musician and TV host Jools Holland has captured the thoughts, words and deeds of the wrinkly rockers for "Life on The Road," a glossy new biography about one of the world's longest-lasting rock groups. "They remind us all why we are alive," Holland said of the 35-year-old group. Holland co-wrote the book with Dora Lowenstein, daughter of the Stones's business manager, Prince Rupert Lowenstein. So why are the Stones motivated to keep on rocking? "It's not like they need the money," said Holland. "It is the pleasure of doing it."
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