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  • 11 years ago

    Sure, everyone’s heard of Oscar de La Renta, fashion designer extraordinaire, but they might not know that he’s from the Dominican Republic. Well, at the 2nd Annual Caribbean American Fashion Show, you’ll learn which other popular d...

  • 11 years ago | Concerts

    Wailers fans face a similar dilemma that devotees of Asia, L.A. Guns, the Platters, and other groups touring (and squabbling) under the same name face. There are currently two bands touring as the Wailers. The first is the Wailers Band, which was ...

  • 11 years ago

    In spring 2008, Paul Anka, the legendary crooner/writer of standards like “My Way” and “She’s a Lady,” grabbed our attention. It turned out that “This Is It,” the song featured during the end credits of the Micha...

  • 11 years ago

    Frank Sinatra once called Astoria's favorite son “the best g-d pop singer I've ever heard,” and judging by the octogenarian crooner's six-decade legacy as an entertainer, one could not help but agree with him. Tony Bennett shows no signs...

  • 11 years ago

    Once a dance genre appreciated solely by the growing Latin community stateside and abroad, salsa has become a truly international sensation. Evidence of this is the fourth edition of the World Salsa Championship, which returns to South Florida thi...

  • 11 years ago

    These days, R&B singer and songwriter Lionel Richie might be best known for being Nicole Richie’s dad, but those over 30 will remember the string of hits he either wrote, co-wrote, or recorded since the late 1970s, including “Truly,”...

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