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ICYMI: The Go-Go's Say Goodbye To L.A. And Play Their Last Show Ever
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- The Go-Go's are no more. They're taking a permanent vacation. It's sad to see them go because we were head over heels for them. How are these puns working out for you?
- In a battle of the two Devs, Dev Hynes said in a Tweet that Devendra Banhart’s music is "insufferable." For some reason he added, "I feel sorry for the entirety of Los Angeles, you deserve better.” Thanks?
- Looks like the saga of "Blurred Lines" isn't over yet: 200 musicians have signed a letter showing their support to appeal the infringement verdict.
- Score one for medical science! Researchers believe that a new Alzheimer's drug may be effective in slowing down the disease.
- Remember that SETI signal that could have been a transmission from other intelligent lifeforms? Turns out it's probably nothing cool.
- Isn't it weird that no one recognizes Clark Kent as Superman? Turns out that eyeglasses make for a great disguise.
- Ever dreamed about being an evil, pharmaceutical mogul? We have the next best thing: a video game called "EpiPen Tycoon."
- Speaking of video games, do you remember "Nick Arcade"?
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