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Chicago native Michael Gross shot to stardom in the ’80s after he landed the life-changing role as the easygoing hippie father Steven Keaton — who looks after his four children and wife — on the classic NBC family sitcom “Family Ties.” Gross shared the small screen with some iconic child actors including Justine Bateman as
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As the motion picture industry looks to get back on track at the box office, and avoid being the laughing stock of streamers, the latest question begged is: What was Sony thinking when they decided to move Hotel Transylvania: Transformania onto the Oct. 1-3 opening weekend of MGM’s Addams Family 2? Both Halloween-centric animated movies
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Dana Vaughns shares how his woman enjoys his more “Passionate” side on his new track.  Filled with high-hats and 808 drums, Vaughns declares he’s no rookie and knows just what he will do if his lady comes through.  Vaughns calms the sexual innuendos of the song in the accompanying video directed by Coco. The video
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Cash rules. Today’s a good day for Raekwon with the release of his latest drop, “Bring That Doe”. Featuring uplifting vocals from PWright, Rae reflects on the early struggles and living comfortably financially and spiritually. The track arrives ahead of season 2 of OWN’s drama series, David Makes Man, which premieres Tuesday, June 22 at
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Metallica have announced their plans for celebrating this year’s thirtieth anniversary of The Black Album, and fortunately, they’re way bigger than just a batch of “sonically enhanced” whiskey. First up: as they’ve done for the anniversaries of all their previous classics, the band will reissue Metallica in a super-duper-extra-special deluxe edition. Consisting of fourteen CDs,
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Metallica will publish a coffee-table book of photography titled The Black Album in Black & White on Oct. 19. The volume is a companion to an expansive box-set reissue of their 1991 self-titled album that will arrive a month earlier. The book features some classic images, as well as some previously unseen ones. Introductions by photographer Ross Halfin and the band members shed some light
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