The announcement Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's class of 2011 will fill some important gaps in its roster, most notably heavy metal pioneer Alice Cooper, R&B singer Darlene Love, and all-around swell guy Neil Diamond. But there are still some notable gaps in the Hall of Fame's alumni. Here are the top five biggest omissions by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Golden Globe nominations 2011: The King's Speech and The Social Network took the most nominations.
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They may win, but we don't lose.
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Boston Ballet's community outreach program, CityDance, gives a talented male athlete a life in the arts.
These top US ballet companies teach art and dance to urban youth.
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Some long-awaited glimpses of blockbusters for 2011, including Thor, Transformers Dark of the Moon, and Real Steel, debuted this week.
Julie Taymor's rendering of Shakespeare's final play 'The Tempest' takes the wind out of it sails, despite a stellar cast.
The fighting isn't just in the ring in 'The Fighter,' as Mark Wahlberg's working-class boxer 'Irish' Micky Ward deals with his destructive family.
Steve Martin was Colbert's guest Wednesday on the late-night satirical show "The Colbert Report," where Martin was promoting his new novel, "An Object of Beauty."
Eminem and Ke$sha had the best-selling albums on iTunes and the addictive game Angry Birds was the top selling mobile app.
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