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Gary Dinges

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Recent:
  • Herald-Journal
  • The Des Moines Register
  • Enquirer
Past:
  • Augusta Chronicle
  • El Paso Times
  • SouthCoastToday
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • Herald-Tribune
  • The Daily News
  • Kinston Free Press
  • FayObserver.com
  • New Bern Sun Journal
  • Observer-Dispatch
  • and more…

Recent articles by Gary:

New coronavirus map helps parents determine risk level of Halloween activities in their area

Can families go trick-or-treating? Is a Zoom costume party a better idea to celebrate Halloween this year? → Read More

It's official: Rapper DaBaby's 'Rockstar' is Billboard's song of the summer 2020

Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, "Rockstar" (featuring Roddy Ricch) held the top spot for 13 out of 15 weeks on Billboard's tracking list. → Read More

MTV VMAs 2020: Everything you need to know about the performers, host and how to watch

A number of big-name musicians will belt out their hits from outdoor spots across New York during the Aug. 30 broadcast. → Read More

Country group Lady A sues Seattle blues singer Lady A in trademark dispute

Less than a month after country group Lady A (formerly Lady Antebellum) and Seattle-based singer Lady A (real name Anita White) said they were working → Read More

Country group Lady A sues Seattle blues singer Lady A in trademark dispute

"We never even entertained the idea that she shouldn’t also be able to use the name...today’s action doesn’t change that," the band said in a statement. → Read More

Bono, Chris Rock kick off new U2 X-Radio channel on SiriusXM, featuring 24/7 U2 content

Bono counted down the station's launch at 3 p.m. ET. The first song played was "Bullet the Blue Sky" from 1987 studio album "The Joshua Tree." → Read More

Run The Jewels released fourth album early to help fans 'deal with it all'

Run the Jewels, a rap duo of Killer Mike and El-P, and YG dropped new music touching on racism and police brutality. → Read More

Blackout Tuesday: Music industry takes a pause in solidarity for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor

Following the death of George Floyd and other black people in America, the music industry took a stand against racism on Blackout Tuesday. → Read More

Masks, temperature checks, empty rows: Post-coronavirus concerts could look very different

Artists are starting to test the waters of live music in a coronavirus world. But already, fallout from the pandemic is making for a dramatically different concert experience. Earlier this month, Travis McCready of blues-rock band Bishop Gunn threw what Rolling Stone dubbed "America's first pandemic concert" in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Venue TempleLive welcomed 200 fans – reduced from its usual… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring. Now, big- → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring. Now, big- → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More

Obamas, Lady Gaga, Jonas Brothers set to salute high school seniors at virtual graduations

The coronavirus pandemic means seniors across the nation won't get a chance to take part in traditional graduation ceremonies this spring.Now, big-name celebrities - including former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama - are coming together to help those homebound high schoolers celebrate their accomplishment with a pair of special broadcasts.The first, set for May 16, will air… → Read More