NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Billboard (www.billboard.com / www.billboard.biz) and The Hollywood Reporter (thr.com) today announced that three-time Academy Award-winning composer Howard Shore will be presented with the 2014 Maestro Award at the Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music Conference, November 5 – 6, 2014. The Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music …
Renowned Composer Howard Shore to Receive the "Maestro Award" at 2014 Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music …
The celebrity backlash against the popular Als Ice Bucket Challenge has begun with Pamela Anderson urging the stars tipping freezing water over their heads to research the charity they are helping.
Astronomers may have discovered the chemical signature of one of the Universe's earliest stars.
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Hints of elusive early stars found
In 1960, Mesa High School served as the backdrop of “The Explosive Generation.”
An ancient star in the halo surrounding the Milky Way galaxy appears to contain traces of material released by the death of one of the universe's first stars, a new study reports.
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Traces of One of Universe's First Stars Detected
Western celebrities were once willing to make public appearances in Russia. With few exceptions, the stars have stopped coming
Hough will judge alongside resident judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli.
Published: Thursday, August 21, 2014 at 12:58 PM. We all have at least one guilty pleasure film that is so terrible, but we inexplicably love it.
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Comet Over Hollywood: Review- "Hot Rods to Hell" (1967)
“Dancing With the Stars” says two-time champion Julianne Hough is returning to the ballroom as a judge this season, and co-host Erin Andrews couldn't be happier.
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'Amazing' Julianne Hough news
( Lund University ) The fluorine that is found in products such as toothpaste was likely formed billions of years ago in now dead stars of the same type as our sun. This has been shown by astronomers at Lund University in Sweden, together with colleagues from Ireland and the USA.
Toothpaste fluorine formed in stars