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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, September 6 5:30am – Our guest this week is local New York Times Bestselling author J.A. Jance. J.A. Jance has a new book out called Dance Of The Bones that stars two of her ongoing characters; Arizona Sheriff Brandon Walker, and Seattle Detective J.P. Beaumont. She tells us of her life ... Read More »


Judge Grants Aretha Franklin Restraining Order Blocking Screening of “Amazing Grace” Doc

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Image Courtesy of TIFFA Colorado judge has granted Aretha Franklin a temporary restraining order blocking the screening of the new documentary Amazing Grace tonight at the Telluride Film Festival, Deadline reports. According to Variety, the Queen of Soul recently filed an injunction in a Colorado U.S. District Court arguing that 1972 footage included in the movie “was taken with the ... Read More »

“The American Epic Sessions” Doc Featuring Elton John, Stephen Stills & Others Premiering Next Month at London Film Fest

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ABC/Randy Holmes; Eleanor StillsElton John and Stephen Stills are among the many artists featured in The American Epic Sessions, a documentary that takes a look at the birth of recorded American music that will get its world premiere on October 10 at the 59th edition of the U.K.’s BFI London Film Festival. In the movie, an eclectic variety of respected ... Read More »

Joe Perry Says New “Aerosmith Rocks Donington” Video Shows “What the Band’s About”

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Eagle Rock EntertainmentAerosmith‘s latest concert video, Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014, gets its release today, September 4. The film captures the band playing a headlining set to a massive and enthusiastic audience in June of last year at the U.K.’s annual Download Festival, which takes place at Donington Park in Derby, England. “I’m excited about it getting out there and having ... Read More »

Chrissie Hynde on Sexual Assault Comments: “If You Don’t Want My Opinion, Don’t Ask Me for It”

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Joseph Okpako/WireImagePretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde says she’s not worried about the criticism she received this week after she appeared to blame herself for being sexually assaulted years ago and seemed to suggest that woman could “entice” rapists by dressing provocatively. “Sounds like common sense to me,” Hynde tells The Washington Post of her comments. And she says she’s unconcerned about ... Read More »