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NEW YORK, Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Bloomingdale's rocks this fall with a comprehensive campaign that brings fashion and music together and to life in stores and online.
By Dan DeLuca and Michael Klein, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug.
By GREG HERNANDEZ Who'd have thought that a story line between two gay teenagers would ignite the ratings of the CBS soap "As the World Turns" and lead to a guest spot (airing today) by Cyndi Lauper? The relationship between Luke Snyder (Van Hansis) and Noah Mayer (Jake Silbermann) has brought new fans to the 52-year-old show and stirred much debate over how the groundbreaking story line is being played out.
By Jon Bream Star, The Tribune, Mesa, Ariz. Jun. 25--Cyndi Lauper wanted to talk about serious things like photorealism, beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti and the consequences of the presidential election. Wait a minute, Cyndi.
By Jonathan Cohen NEW YORK (Billboard) - With her single unexpectedly doing well on the Billboard charts, Paris Hilton will release her self-titled album on August 22. Hilton's "Stars Are Blind" is currently No.
By Bill Werde NEW YORK (Billboard) - AOL Music has launched a site called "G-Sides, Music for the GLBT Community," which it says features "the gay and lesbian artists we love." But M. Tye Comer, senior programming manager for AOL Music, says G-Sides isn't necessarily a "gay music" site.
AOL Music has launched a site called "G-Sides, Music for the GLBT Community," which it says features "the gay and lesbian artists we love."
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pop star Cyndi Lauper will make her Broadway debut next year in "The Threepenny Opera," playing the prostitute Jenny in the satirical musical about a highwayman and his sweetheart.
By Fred Bronson LOS ANGELES (Billboard) - Three acts that debuted on the Billboard 200 in a 13-month period between November 1982 and December 1983 all have new albums entering the new chart. Kate Bush is the senior chart veteran of the trio. She made her U.S.
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