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Amos Yee faces more time in detention as US government appeals asylum decision

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WASHINGTON – The US government is appealing a Chicago immigration judge’s decision to grant asylum to 18 year old Singaporean Amos Yee, currently in detention in a facility in northern Wisconsin. 466 more words

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On This Day in 1993, Aerosmith Releases Get A Grip blog

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On this day in 1993, Aerosmith released Get a Grip . The album, which was written after the original band re-formed, went on to become a no. 471 more words

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Lynyrd Skynyrd bio adds Steven Tyler, Joe Perry roles

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PanARMENIAN.Net – Neill Byrnes and Anthony Rocco Bovo will play Aerosmith rockers Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, respectively, in the Lynyrd Skynyrd biopic “Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash,” Variety said. 505 more words

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Does it Matter?

Until you intentionally distrust the existence of the obstacles before you, you cannot trust the existence of God within you. Knowing who to bow to, clearly determines who rules over you and all you possess. 447 more words

Get Well Elton John

Another health scare from a music legend. Elton John is recovering from a bad infection. He was so sick he had to cancel many live shows in Las Vegas. 127 more words

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Bulletboys "The Bullet Boys, meanwhile, are a far more “together” proposition than PBF — tight musicians and a brass...

“The Bullet Boys, meanwhile, are a far more “together” proposition than PBF — tight musicians and a brass section in place of sloppy and sleazy. They’re like two sides of the hair coin, and neither side is wrong.” ~ Brett Callwood, LA Weekly… 150 more words

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Bulletboys "The Bullet Boys, meanwhile, are a far more “together” proposition than PBF — tight musicians and a brass...

“The Bullet Boys, meanwhile, are a far more “together” proposition than PBF — tight musicians and a brass section in place of sloppy and sleazy. They’re like two sides of the hair coin, and neither side is wrong.” ~ Brett Callwood, LA Weekly… 150 more words

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