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BiographyCameronDiazPart5
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 3:00 AM
Part 5 of "Biography: Cameron Diaz"
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BiographyCameronDiazPart6
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 3:00 AM
Part 6 of "Biography: Cameron Diaz"
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ISurvivedEpisode33Part3
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:53 AM
Part 3 of "I Survived: Episode 33."
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BiographyEminemPart2
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:53 AM
Part 2 of "Biography: Eminem."
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BiographyEminemPart2
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:53 AM
Part 2 of "Biography: Eminem."
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ISurvivedEpisode33Part2
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:53 AM
Part 2 of "I Survived: Episode 33."
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ISurvivedEpisode33Part5
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:53 AM
Part 5 of "I Survived: Episode 33."
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WomenWhoRockCyndiLauperMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Cyndi Lauper forged her own path with her unique sound and one-of-a-kind look. Her video for “Girls Just Wanna have Fun” became a pop anthem, and made her a staple of the MTV generation.
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WomenWhoRockArethaFranklinMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Musical prodigy Aretha Franklin grew up in the thick of the civil rights movement. Her version of Otis Redding’s song “Respect” is the quintessential example of the soul-singer’s strong voice, rare talent and reputation as a strong woman.
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WomenWhoRockDebbieHarryMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Record executives signed Debbie Harry and her band, Blondie, to a record deal after seeing the group perform at CBGB. Harry turned the idea of the “Blonde Bombshell” on its head, and Blondie became the biggest breakout band in punk.
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WomenWhoRockJanetJacksonMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
A member of the Jackson music dynasty, Janet Jackson’s started her career as a child actress. But Jackson soon made a career for herself in music, and her videos turned her into a music icon.
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WomenWhoRockMaRaineyMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Known as “The Mother of the Blues,” composer and performer Ma Rainey was a pioneer of the blues music genre. Rainey’s raw delivery landed her a record deal and her own show.
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WomenWhoRockMaryJBligeMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Mary J. Blige was living in a Yonkers housing project when she recorded a song at a karaoke booth in a local mall. The recording made it to the desk of music exec Sean Combs, who helped her release her first album.
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WomenWhoRockMariahCareyMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Mariah Carey moved to Manhattan the day after her high school graduation to become a professional singer. Using her natural talent and determination, Carey soon climbed to the top of the music charts.
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WomenWhoRockMelissaEtheridgeMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Melissa Etheridge picked up her sister’s guitar at the age of 8, and started playing local gigs shortly after. Her music took on a new confidence in 1993, when she came out publicly as a gay woman.
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WomenWhoRockPatBenatarMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:35 AM
Pat Benatar was on her way to Julliard to perfect her operatic style. But a casual performance at a New York club solidified her career as a rock starlet.
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WomenWhoRockTheSupremesMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:34 AM
The Supremes were among the first African-American acts to cross the color barrier in the 1960s. With many No. 1 hits and television appearances, they were the most popular girl group of their time.
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WomenWhoRockTheSpiceGirlsMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:34 AM
The Spice Girls were a global sensation in the 1990s, selling over 75 million records worldwide. Chosen at an audition, its five members grew to symbolize “girl power,” and their music’s message struck a chord with thousands of young women.
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WomenWhoRockWandaJacksonMiniBio
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:34 AM
Wanda Jackson is widely credited as the first woman to record a rock ‘n’ roll song. Her “growl” has made her a rockabilly legend, with a career spanning more than 60 years.
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MyGhostStoryEpisode11Part1
From: Bio on Tue, Jun 21 2011 2:34 AM
A tourist claims to be stabbed by a ghost in Tombstone, AZ. A dead wife haunts her husband. A ghost named Charlie haunts the employees of a New York City bar.
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