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2014-01-29 08:29:00

Damian Sanders, one of the true pioneers of professional snowboarding, will soon release his revolutionary fitness product on Kickstarter, the XBAR SANTA ANA, Calif., Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Damian Sanders, one of the true pioneers of professional snowboarding, will soon release his revolutionary fitness product on Kickstarter, the XBAR. The XBAR is a cutting-edge and dynamic exercise device that allows the user to perform over 100 different exercises in the comfort of their...

2011-12-01 11:00:00

Michael Damian Joined by an All-Star Cast For 2011 Family and Friends Christmas Special Chuck Negron Former lead vocalist of Three Dog Night and Brian OâNeal and The Busboys, among World Class Musicians and Artists to be Featured Saturday December 3rd at 3PM PST in a Special Broadcast on Studio City Sound Liveâs UStream Channel http://www.ustream.tv/channel/studio-city-sound-live Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 01, 2011 Popular television star, filmmaker,...

2008-10-29 15:00:18

Adult film director Gerard Damiano Sr., best-known for the 1972 porn classic "Deep Throat," has died in Florida at the age of 80. Damiano's son, Gerard Jr., told The New York Times Damiano died Saturday in Fort Myers of complications from a stroke he suffered last month. Gerard Damiano Sr., a former X-ray technician and hairdresser, wrote and directed "Deep Throat," a controversial X-rated adult movie starring Linda Lovelace that is also one of the few porn flicks viewed by mainstream...


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