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Country music is still on top
If there was any doubt that country music is still king around northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, those doubts have been swept away one empty beer cooler and one sunburn at a time this month.

Updated 2 hours ago
FXX airing every 'Simpsons' episode
It’s shaping up to be a busy fall in Springfield. Not only will The Simpsons feature the death of a regular character in its Sept. 28 season premiere, but also Homer and family will cross over to Family Guy, appearing in that show’s one-hour series premiere (also on Sept. 28). Then in November, an episode of The Simpsons will

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‘Hercules’ doesn't live up to hype
It was a bra-less age, when men wore skirts of leather, planted their feet, and commenced to speechifying. About heroic deeds, which they made up, or at least exaggerated — in Greek.

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Updated 2 hours ago
Cornerstone Church returns 'home'
It's not quite a case of deja vu. Revival is the more appropriate term.

Published 22 hours ago
Lifetime drops mortuary reality TV show
FORT WORTH, Texas — The Lifetime TV network says it dropped a reality show about a Texas mortuary after eight decaying bodies were found at the facility and the co-owners were charged with corpse abuse.

Updated 22 hours ago
Action-thriller 'Lucy' falls flat
Humans typically use only 10 percent of our brains.

7/25/2014 12:00 AM
Clapton says thank you to JJ Cale
NASHVILLE — For Eric Clapton, the early 1970s were filled with drug addiction, personal difficulties and growing dissatisfaction with music.

7/25/2014 12:00 AM
FX downplays overnight ratings
NEW YORK — It’s a rite nearly as old as television: the morning after a new show premieres, network executives wait impatiently for the Nielsen company’s estimate of how many people watched, and rush to report the first sign of a hit.

7/25/2014 12:00 AM
Don't bother with 'Wish I was Here'
When Zach Braff took to Kickstarter to fund his new movie, Wish I Was Here, he explained to fans where their money would go: It would ensure his creative control, allow him to cast the actors he wanted, and enable him to shoot in Los Angeles, rather than someplace cheaper.