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Show Biz Buzz: The Kardashians Kash In

The Kardashian clan threatened to walk from their longtime cable home in a hardball move that ultimately led to a mind-blowing, multi million dollar deal.


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Show Biz Buzz: E! Host Apologizes On Air

On Monday’s E! “Fashion Police” show, after the Oscars, co-host Giuliana Rancic made fun of Zendaya, actress, singer and dancer, and Disney star.


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Show Biz Buzz: And The Oscar Goes To…

On Oscar night, it looked like Michael Keaton was all ready to accept an Oscar, but the only problem was that he didn’t win.


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Show Biz Buzz: Fight For Her Fortune

While Bobbi Kristina Brown fights for her life, there’s a feud between her partner Nick Gordon and her father Bobby Brown.



Show Biz Buzz: Oscars Wrap Up

Last night it was the Oscars! The 3 ½ hour 87th Academy Awards telecast, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, opened with Harris singing a big musical opening number all about the movies.


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Ask The Mayor: Winter Wonderland Or Nightmare

PHILADELPHIA, PA Every Wednesday, our very own Mayor takes time out of his day to answer questions submitted by our listeners. This morning he chatted with the gang about winter activities, shoveling and Spring training. […]


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Show Biz Buzz: Bruce Tries To Quiet The Kardashians

Bruce Jenner’s transition has been a long time coming.


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Show Biz Buzz Extra: Gone To The Dogs

A soft-spoken beagle really raised a ruckus. Wagging her tail a mile a minute, Miss P became America’s top dog last night by winning best in show in a big surprise at the Westminster Kennel Club.


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Show Biz Buzz Extra: SNL Saved The Best For The After-Party

The “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary after-party, where guests from George Lucas to Paul McCartney mingled at the Plaza in New York, brought together some great musical combinations.


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Show Biz Buzz: Remembering Lesley Gore

Lesley Gore, best known for the ’60s hits “It’s My Party” and “You Don’t Own Me,” has died at age 68.




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