Dick Clark, television personality and producer, entrepreneur and music enthusiast, was affectionately known as 'America's Oldest Teenager.' Millions of teenagers grew up watching 'American Bandstand,' which Clark hosted from 1957 - 1989, and began the New Year for forty years with Clark, and "New Year's Rockin' Eve.' 'American Bandstand' propelled many musicians' careers, as well as the pop music industry. Clark, who died today, was interviewed by the MONITOR in 1986, where he spoke about generations, musical styles, racial integration, and what kept him motivated.
With Glasgow soccer teams Celtic and Rangers set to meet this weekend, Scotland is drafting new measures to stamp out Protestant-Catholic sectarianism rooted in the teams' culture.
A groundbreaking history of the black juke joints that birthed rock 'n' roll.
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American Idol announced Wednesday that they will contribute to the relief efforts in Japan. Meanwhile, American Idol contestants Haley Reinhart, Naima Adedapo, and Thia Megia struggled. Will one of them go home tonight?
American-born folk singer Grace has tapped a noncynical streak in her French audience.