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Triple Option Attack: 2014 Syracuse College Football Preview

Music to listen to: Ghetto Life by Rick James

 

Rick is from Buffalo which is close to Syracuse and I’ll always find a reason to bump his music. 829 more words

BOOK OF LOVE - THE MONOTONES (1958)

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This Week: A Bandstand Boogie

Thursday night at 9 PM, “The Grooveyard” honors the anniversary of Dick Clark beginning host duties on the show that became “American Bandstand” by playing music by artists that performed on the show.  146 more words

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Video of the Week: July 7, 2014

This week in 1956, Dick Clark took over hosting duties of a local dance show on WFIL in Philadelphia, which was then called “Bandstand”, after original host Bob Horn was arrested for DUI.  42 more words

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Prayers Requested for Steve Rossi

The family of Steve Rossi wish to thank the Las Vegas community and the world for the outpouring of love and well wishes. 

Steve has enjoyed a large life of many adventures and the love of great friends. 91 more words

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Remembering The King Of The Countdown

By Molly Daly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Broadcaster and voiceover artist Casey Kasem died Sunday morning (see related story). He was 82.

Although he spent his final months caught in a tug-of-war between his wife and his children from his first marriage, Kasem will be remembered as the host of his long-running “American Top 40″ countdown. 298 more words

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...And Now Casey Kasem...

Yeah.. Casey Kasem died today at the age of 82 (an interesting coincidence… Dick Clark, the “other” rock & roll broadcast icon, died April 18, 2012… also at the age of 82).  614 more words

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