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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Grammy Foundation
Music teachers are now eligible for a Grammy honor of their own.
Hip-hop duo Calle 13 won album of the year at the Latin Grammy Awards Thursday in Las Vegas, earning the top prize after a record-breaking ceremony that saw the Puerto Rican stepbrothers receive the 19th award of their career and the most awards ever in a single night.
Before he launched into "Check the Rhime," lyrical hip-hop master Phife Dawg paused on stage for a kiss. It wasn't from his wife or even an adoring A Tribe Called Quest fan in the audience. No, the Five Foot Assassin leaned over to smooch a three-foot-tall Grammy statue before launching into his "funky introduction of how nice I am."