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Blogcritics on the Execution of Stanley “Tookie” Williams

Stanley “Tookie” Williams, founder of the Crips gang, convicted murderer of four, became another cause celebre of the anti-capital punishment movement due to his apparent prison “redemption.” He authored a memoir and several children’s books while in jail and was nominated seven times for the Nobel Prize due to his …

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Blogcritics on John Lennon

25 years ago, on the night of Dec. 8, 1980, John Lennon, 40, returned home to his apartment building from the midtown Manhattan recording studio Hit Factory at 10:50 p.m. with wife Yoko Ono. Mark David Chapman’s voice called out, “Mr. Lennon!” He pointed a handgun at a generation’s avatar …

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Comment of the Day 2

The comments are the heart of BlogCritics, a wild, after-the-storm river; wide, deep and dark, glistening with flotsam and jetsam.

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Blogcritics on Michael Jackson, Expatriate

Michael Jackson couldn’t stand the heat and so he went some place hotter: Bahrain. After he was found not guilty of child abuse and conspiracy charges in June, Jackson left his Neverland home in Santa Barbara County and went on a little jaunt to the Middle East with the three …

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Blogcritics.org on SUBJECT2DISCUSSION

Blogcritics.org has partnered with Shaun OMac Daily’s popular weekly web radio show SUBJECT2DISCUSSION, which airs Tuesday nights at 7 pm PT, 10 pm ET on the LV Rocks site, for a weekly pop culture report on the show from 8-8:30 PT. Shaun was kind enough to announce to the world, …

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Blogcritics on Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of ’06

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of ’06 has been announced and Black Sabbath, Blondie, Miles Davis, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Sex Pistols have made the cut. Truth be told and no disrespect to the inductees who all have strong merits and claim much of my affection, but this …

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Comment Of The Day

The Comments are the heart of BC, a wild, after-the-storm river; wide, deep and dark, glistening with flotsam and jetsam.

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Blogcritics on Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fourth in the film saga and first directed by a Brit (Mike Newell), has arrived to tremendous buzz, a PG-13 rating amid warnings of intense danger and action, a central threesome deep in the throes of puberty, and a whole lot of …

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