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Festivals, silent auctions and haunted houses are all giving back a little something to the community this weekend. From the familiar setting of Tucson Eat, err, Meet Yourself, to the indie-focused Tucson Film and Music Festival, there's plenty to put on your To-do List. Read more»

Don Cornelius interviews James Brown on 'Soul Train' in 1974.

Don Cornelius, creator of “Soul Train,” the television dance show dating back to the 1970s, was found dead in Los Angeles on Wednesday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 75. Read more»

It's been 30 years since MTV changed the music business, bringing us the Buggles' "Video Killed The Radio Star," along with a second British Invasion, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and making it okay for white suburban kids to listen to rap. Read more»

Still from 'Telephone'

Rolling Stone reports that Lady Gaga's "Monster Ball" arena tour will crisscross North America this summer. Gaga's video collaboration with Beyonce, "Telephone," premiered last week to much fanfare, and is as strange or stranger than anything she has done yet. Read more» 1

No, no it's not.

The New York Times reported March 15 that Sony has licensed Jackson's back catalog and what is rumored to be more than two full-length albums' worth of unheard music. The deal is one of the biggest in music history. Read more» 1

Shane MacGowan

Like the best laid schemes of mice and men, hipsters and hangers-on have decided to unite to help the earthquake victims in Haiti. This is a good thing, right? Read more» 1

Despite its reputation for celebrating sins venal and mortal, rock music got its propers from the official Vatican newspaper Sunday. Read more» 1

Get all the latest on the Michael Jackson case Read more»