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Obits: Frankie Knuckles, ‘Godfather’ Of House Music, Passes Away At 59

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Chicago and the world was dealt a great blow as music pioneer dies.


Who's Got NCAA Tournament Headline Jokes? Dayton Flyers Got Headline Jokes

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After the Dayton Flyers pulled off the first upset of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Dayton Daily News poked fun at Ohio State with its front page headline.


Lots of People Apparently Thought Justin Bieber Might Be In Batman

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Over the weekend, Justin Bieber posted a picture of himself with an apparent script for Batman vs.


Best Headline? “Brian Grazer: Fatass Man-Nanny Made My Kids Racist.”

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Pic via <a href="" target="_blank"></a> Despite looking like a wiry speed freak who drinks hair gel and snorts embalming fluid, Brian Grazer is one of the biggest-name producers in town, and normally the type of guy who lets his movies do the talking.


The Zac Efron Dildo Meltdown of 2013

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Here it is, your headline of the day: God bless the <a href="" target="_blank">New York Post</a>, doing the Lord's work as always.


The search for the world’s greatest headline is over

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You'll have to excuse the non-movie-related digression once again, but given the banner image, I think you understand.


Today’s NY Post cover really says it all

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As you can see, today's<a href=""> NY Post</a> cover is a model of serendipitous picture/headline juxtapositions.


Best Headline Ever? The Washington Post Deserves a Pulitzer (UPDATE)

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UPDATE: As FilmDrunkard Russell points out: "The paper that you have in that picture is the Express, which is a free paper that gets passed out at Washington DC Metro stations.

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‘Obama Beats Weiner,’ today’s actual NY Post headline.

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It seems the Weiner pun headlines have finally reached the Baba Booey stage of their life cycle, where it wasn't funny the first thousand times, but now it's finally starting to come back around to being funny again.


A guide to ‘hammer’ puns in Thor headlines

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Not surprisingly, Thor topped the box office this weekend, earning an estimated $66 million from just under 4,000 domestic locations.


Many NFL Players Are Broke, Living “Check To Check”?


<a href=""> The ever controversial Tupac Shakur once said you can't go to war until you've got your money right and most NFL players may not be ready for the battle against the owners in a lockout situation, according to this <a href="">MSNBC article</a>.

Digital News

Will You Pay To Read


<a href=""> It looks like the New York Times won't have free, unlimited access to daily articles much longer. The site plans to organize a pay wall that will block off access to further articles after reading a yet specified number of pieces a month. What's the cause of this? Apparently we can blame our good 'ol economy for backing one of the biggest US publications into a wall. The company seeks a way to offset industry-wide losses in print advertising revenue, declines that have been exacerbated by the Great Recession that began in 2008. Ad revenue declines last year were not as steep as in 2009, but against what should have been easy comparisons, ad sales might have been expected to move into positive territory. New York Times Co. has said that the metered pay model will allow it to keep enough of a free presence to be seen in Google searches, which are now one of the most important ways for any publication to stay relevant on the Web. <a href="">[Market Watch]</a> Monetizing articles on NYTimes.

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Kid Cudi Splits With Manager Plain Pat, Launching New Label


<a href="">RapFix:</a> "<a href="">Cudi</a> took to his Twitter account in the afternoon yesterday (February 26th) to announce that Dream On, the record label he launched back in 2009 with partners <a href="">Patrick “Plain Pat”</a> Reynolds and producer Emile Haynie, has been dissolved.

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Jay-Z “Decoded” App Giveaway Winners


<a href=""> Dear <a href="">Rhymestyle</a> and <a href="">JUST DOPE</a>, Check your inboxes because you two fine folks are the winners of the Jay-Z "Decoded" App Giveaway.

Crime And Punishment

Remy Ma’s Appeal Denied, Remains In Jail & Largely Irrelevant


<a href=""> <a href="">AP:</a> "Remy Ma, who is currently serving her prison sentence, appealed her convictions on assault, weapons possession and coercion charges.

Digital News

Apple Wants To Give You Better Music


<a href=""> For the past couple of years I've been obsessed with updating the sound quality of my music library. Between albums I ripped over 10 years ago and the one's I've ripped now, there's a noticeable difference when the iPod's on shuffle in my car. Steve Jobs cares about my predicament and wants to make amends. According to CNN, Apple and other online music stores are in talks with the record labels to sell "premium" quality tracks closer to the original recordings,"What we're trying to do here is fix the degradation of music that the digital revolution has caused," chairman of Universal Music Group's Interscope-Geffen-A&M Jimmy Iovine said at an HP news conference. "It's one thing to have music stolen through the ease of digital processing. But it's another thing to destroy the quality of it. And that's what's happening on a massive scale." Compared to the quality of streaming music, 16-bit compressed files available from digital music retailers are much better, but the come nowhere near the quality of the recordings you hear on a CD or vinyl. The disparity in sound quality between mp3's and physical media has been known for years though. Why the big fuss about restoring lost sound quality to music fans now? The problem is while Apple computers and iTunes can handle tracks with the 24-bit sound, most portable electronic devices, including current iPods and iPhones, can't handle the higher quality audio files. Apple would have to revamp their next generations of MP3 players - and customers would have to buy the new products if they want improved sound. <a href="">iPod sales have leveled off</a> over the past few years.

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Vote For TSS In’s Readers’ Choice Awards


<a href=""> We didn't ask to be nominated in <a href="">'s 2011 Readers' Choice Awards</a>.

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Is The South’s Reign Of Dominance Nearing An End?


Check this guy Stephen Hill out For nearly a decade, the dominance of Southern Hip-Hop has been one of the genre's most distinguishable movements.

Digital News

Kanye’s “All Of The Lights” Video Causes Seizures?


<a href=""> <a href="">MSN:</a> "An epilepsy organization is calling for Kanye West's latest music video to be taken off the internet over fears it could cause seizures among sufferers.

Crime And Punishment

Tru Life Cops A Plea, Sentenced To Eight Years


<a href=""> <a href="">XXL:</a> "<a href="">Tru Life</a> pleaded guilty in court today for a 2009 incident that left one man dead.

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