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Tenn Court Refuses to Hear Appeal in McGraw Case

Posted: 02/19/2013 - The Tennessee Supreme Court has put an end to Curb Records' fight to keep Tim McGraw off another label -- two weeks after he released his new album with Big Machine Records.

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Entertainment History: Elvis 1st Gold Record; Eagles Greatest Hits

Posted: 02/17/2013 - On Feb. 17, 1960, Elvis Presley received his first gold album, for the album called "Elvis." It included the songs "Rip It Up," "Old Shep" and "Ready Teddy." In 1972, Pink Floyd premiered "Dark Side of the Moon" in concert at London's Rainbow Theater. The album was released the next year. In 1976, The Eagles released their "Greatest Hits" album.

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Comic Sarah Silverman's Sister Detained by Israel

Posted: 02/11/2013 - The head of a liberal Jewish women's group says Israeli police have detained 10 women, including the sister of American comic Sarah Silverman, as they tried to pray at a Jerusalem holy site.

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Entertainment History: 1st Ever Gold Record - Feb 10, 1942

Posted: 02/10/2013 - On Feb. 10, 1942, Glenn Miller and his Orchestra received a gold record for their recording of "Chattanooga Choo Choo," which had sold more than a million copies. It was the first gold record ever presented to an artist. Twelve years later, on this date in 1954, "The Glenn Miller Story," starring Jimmy Stewart, premiered in New York.

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Entertainment History: 'The Day the Music Died'

Posted: 02/03/2013 - On Feb. 3, 1959, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson were killed in a plane crash in Iowa. Holly was 22, Valens was 17 and the Big Bopper was 28.

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Lindsay Lohan's Driving Case returns to LA Court

Posted: 01/30/2013 - A judge who previously scolded and sent Lindsay Lohan to jail is scheduled to weigh in on the actress' latest court case over charges of reckless driving and lying to police.

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Cyprus Reprints Election Ballots in Guinness flap

Posted: 01/30/2013 - Cyprus has been forced to reprint all 575,000 ballot slips for next month's presidential election after Guinness World Records objected to a candidate's use of its logo.

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Entertainment History, Birthdays Jan 27

Posted: 01/27/2013 - In 1968, "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" by Otis Redding was released, six weeks after he was killed in a plane crash.... In 1984, Michael Jackson was burned on his scalp during the filming of a Pepsi commercial that featured special effects. He was briefly hospitalized....

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