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It was a surreal scene: Whitney Houston had died at the Beverly Hilton, and hours later and a few floors below, her life was being celebrated at the event where her career was launched.
More than two decades ago, Clive Davis introduced a young woman with a scintillating voice to the music industry at his annual pre-Grammy soiree: Whitney Houston.
Terrell Stoglin scored 27 points as Maryland fended off Clemson 64-62 to solidify its grip on seventh place in the ACC and chalk up the team's first win on an opponent's home court in more than a year.
Hip-hop is making itself heard _ and seen _ at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Black Keys, Radiohead, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg will headline two weekends of concerts at The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
It's a given that the holidays mean different things to different people: family gatherings, memories of days gone by, hopes for the future and perhaps all of these. One element held in common — at least for many of us — is the desire to enjoy music and video entertainment at home and while traveling.
Pop stars are lining up to make their debut in Facebook games from online game maker Zynga.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. says it will pay about $300 million for a 51 percent stake in the U.S. maker of Dr. Dre headphones.
Dr. Dre won't be behind the microphone at a federal courthouse after all _ the rapper settled a lawsuit over damages from unauthorized online sales of his album "The Chronic" a day before trial.