GlobalPovertyProject.comIf you can't make it to the Global Festival in New York City next weekend, here's some great news -- the event will be broadcast live on several TV networks and also will be streamed online for free. You'll be able to catch Neil Young & Crazy Horse's headlining set, as well as performances by Foo Fighters, The Black Keys and others, on your TV on Palladia or on Fuse. If you'd rather watch the show on your computer, you can join the audience online at VEVO.com, AOL.com, Yahoo.com, VH1.com, NYTimes.com and at YouTube. read more ≫
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CBSAerosmith's Joe Perry makes no bones about where his political leanings *** in a new interview with NoiseCreep.com.
"I'm a Republican, but I'm a Republican from the old school," he tells the website. "I was taught that you get what you put into it. You can be anything you want to be if you work hard enough at it."
While the guitarist is a supporter of the right, he cites John F. Kennedy as one of his favorite presidents. read more ≫
Photo: Jo LopezBruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's first-ever show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on Wednesday proved to be a historic night. The Backstreets fan site reports that the group's original drummer, Vini "Mad Dog" Lopez, made a surprise appearance to perform "E Street Shuffle," a song on which the beat keeper is featured from Springsteen's 1973 album The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle. read more ≫
iStockphoto/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- There really is no such thing as easy money unless someone leaves you a windfall or you somehow get lucky and win a lottery jackpot. And once the dough starts getting delivered to you by the truckload, then what?
CouponCabin.com asked about 2,500 adults what they would do with wealth beyond their wildest dreams and the answers, if not particularly earth-shattering, at least suggest that the newly rich would do more than just fill their garages with Ferraris.
Some of the things they’d consider doing include: read more ≫
David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- A root canal is a painful experience, but according to many iPad owners, not as painful as breaking an iPad. A new survey finds 32 percent of iPad owners say accidentally breaking their device would be more painful than having root canal.
Forty percent say accidentally breaking their iPad would be more painful than getting in a minor car accident. read more ≫