Source: Charleston City Paper
The Goo Goo Dolls took us back to their punk rock days Tuesday night at the Family Circle Cup Stadium. But before the main act took the stage, another two big-name acts opened the show.
The evening began with the Plain White T’s, known for a slough of romantic hits like “Hey There Delilah” and “1234,” both of which they strummed dreamily.
Full article at: Charleston City Paper
Jun 19 2014, 9:40am CDT
Average White Band and The Family Stone bring "Hot Fun in the Summertime" to Cain Park on June 20.(PRWeb June 06, 2014)Read the full story at http://www.pr ...
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Jun 6 2014, 7:48am CDT
Source: The Age
Although she can walk and talk, according to former cult members, Anne Hamilton-Byrne, Australia's most notorious cult leader, doesn't talk much. A handful of acolytes still cling to the belief that she is a living god and visit her regularly, while behind the scenes her once plentiful assets and properties are being ...
Full article at: The Age
May 16 2014, 12:00pm CDT