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60th Grammy Awards

Of course, the year I study in LA, the Grammy’s move to New York. Luckily I was able to work Grammy Weekend with Belmont Service Corps. 139 more words

Joy Villa loves controversy and babies

Joy Villa always turns heads at the Grammy’s, but in January observers wondered if she went too far, too political, when she sported a white gala dress hand-painted with an 8-month-old fetus surrounded by a rainbow womb with the words on her matching purse: “Choose Life.” 400 more words

Christianity

When Dreams Come True, Norrix Student Goes to the Grammys

“This experience of being able to go to the Grammys is an amazing thing I’m so grateful for. It gives me a chance to stop worrying about what could happen at any second, medical condition-wise, and just focus on the moment,” said junior Heidi Seaman. 863 more words

Loy Norrix

On this day: Bob Dylan's Lifetime Achievement Award 27 years later

Twenty-seven years ago, on this day in history, Bob Dylan received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards.

Dylan’s performance at the awards show was polarizing. 328 more words

Music

Holy Shit! World Premiere of WHEN I SING. Part 2: Thank you Robin Russin

One week from today, my life’s story, WHEN I SING, made with my life’s savings, and a lot of help from my friends (sing that line like Ringo) 628 more words

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Vince Gill defends Grammys on female representation

By John Carucci, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Vince Gill defended the Recording Academy over the criticism that female artists were underrepresented at this year’s Grammy Awards. 447 more words

Music

Reframing Black History Month As A Time To Celebrate Black Excellence


Black History Month was always a pretty depressing few weeks of school. Learning about the struggle my people faced — and still face — in America and across the world was often agonizingly bleak. 1,162 more words

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