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This Day in Music History — October 26

1935 : The NBC Radio show Lux Radio Theatre presents its newest find — a 12-year-old girl singer named Judy Garland.

1965 : The Beatles are awarded Members of the British Empire (MBE) medals from Queen Elizabeth II in a ceremony held at Buckingham Palace. 181 more words

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This Day in Music History — October 25

1983 : “Islands in the Stream,” written by The Bee Gees, becomes a #1 Pop hit in a duet by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. 134 more words

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Stone: "Left-Wing Radicals" are attacking me

Tossing some red meat to the base, Republican Representative and friend-of-the-Rant Mike Stone sent out a lengthy fundraising appeal this week, asking for money with which to combat attacks from “Obama Democrats” and “Left-Wing Radicals.” 225 more words

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