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No one lived larger than sexy guitarist and singer Lita Ford. When Ford recorded her 1984 album, “Dancin’ on the Edge,” in New York, Jon Bon Jovi...

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On a cold February day in the 1970s, Alexey Pajitnov leaped over a pile of snow in Moscow. As he landed, his leg hit the pavement with “a sicken...

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It’s hard to imagine today, but as recently as 2003 the Lego company was in trouble, having seen sales drop 30% from the previous year. The digital...

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Ask any “Seinfeld” fan who the worst dancer on the show — heck, in the world — is, and they’ll immediately think of Elaine Benes’ perform...

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In 2006, Blues Traveler singer and harmonica master John Popper played Warren Haynes’ Christmas Jam in Asheville, NC. Ivan Neville was the musical ...

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While he gained fame on hit shows “I Dream of Jeannie” and “Dallas,” the Larry Hagman would have fit in best on “Weeds. ” In her shocking new mem...

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It’s debatable whether the Ramones, whose debut album came out 40 years ago this month, on April 23, 1976, invented punk rock. But there’s no que...

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On October 25, 1944, a amateur singer sold out Carnegie Hall, creating such demand that 2, 000 people were turned away at the door. Richard S. D...

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Few names evoke warmer nostalgia in longtime New Yorkers than Nathan’s Famous, the Coney Island emporium that began as a stand on a site pur...

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Given how Apple creator Steve Jobs was close to deified it’s hard to envision that during his life, a technology company might not have wanted hi...

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The Mayflower took off from England on Sept. 16, 1620, bound for the area that is now New York City, on the journey that would lead to the founding...

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Frank Ahrens was director of global p. r. for Hyundai, based out of their Seoul, South Korea, headquarters. One day, his employee Eduardo gave him ...

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On March 1, 1972, the FBI had John Lennon and Yoko Ono in its sights. A federal agent declared that the superstar couple would be arrested for “int...

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In 1970, Eric Clapton’s drummer, Jim Gordon, composed a gorgeous progression on the piano, and played it for a woman he was dating, singer Rita Coo...

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When artist manager Shep Gordon married a raw food chef three days before his 60th birthday, he arranged to have his honeymoon on “an extremely e...

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In 1986, Sebastian Bach sang rock classics at the wedding of rock photographer Mark Weiss. Among the attendees were the parents of Jon Bon Jovi,...

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When the Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals on Oct. 27, 2004, giving them the World Series, the entire city of Boston felt like a weight...

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It’s several hundred years in the future. You live in a cold climate, but thick clothing keeps you warm. You eat food from the community greenhouse...

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In 2005, William Paul Young was working three jobs and living in a apartment with his wife and four of his six children after losing his home to...

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When the sheriff’s deputy first saw the woman’s dead body, a yellow extension cord wrapped around her neck, her knees folded into a fetal position,...

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Larry Getlen

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