Bunny Wailer — the reggae icon and founding member of the original Wailers trio with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh — has died in Jamaica. Bunny, real name Neville Livingston, died Tuesday at the Medical Associates Hospital in Kingston … according to his manager, Maxine Stowe. His cause of death’s not been given, but he’d
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Hollywood sex symbol Mamie Van Doren was in her ’20s when she became a household name — with her platinum blonde hairdo and provocative figure — MVD could be spotted on a long list of classic films in the ’50s and ’60s … most notably her roles as Peggy DeFore in “Teacher’s Pet,” Jackie Adams
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Breaking News Greg McDermott — head coach of the 14th-ranked Creighton University men’s basketball team — is pleading for forgiveness days after using the word “plantation” in a post-game speech. Following Creighton’s 77-69 loss to Xavier on Saturday, McDermott admits he made the following statement to his squad … “Guys, we got to stick together.
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Journalist/Author/Speaker David Rabadi has released his highly anticipated new book “How I Lost My Mind and Found Myself.”  The sentence for being gay and Arab is death-even when the punishment is self-inflicted. Living a closeted life in a Middle-Eastern culture is brutal-and potentially deadly. Add to the mix mental illness and your odds of survival
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The Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight is so popular celebs are being forced to pimp products to get free seats. SUBSCRIBE: http://po.st/TMZSubscribe About TMZ: TMZ has consistently been credited for breaking the biggest stories dominating the entertainment news landscape and changed the way the public gets their news. Regularly referenced by the media, TMZ is one
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Oregon born artist Jane Powell gained fame in the 1940s as one of Tinseltown’s blue-eyed beauties in the golden age of film and made it big with her breakout role as the love-lusting high school student Judy Foster in the classic 1948 film “A Date With Judy.” The multi-talented Jane Powell shared the big screen
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