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Dave Grohl has taken his last bow ... for now.
The Foo Fighters guitarist and lead singer released a statement thanking fans for their support, and confirming that the band is taking a hiatus after 18 years together.
The movie “Won’t Back Down” squeaked into the box office Top 10 last weekend, reloading debates around the country about so-called "parent trigger" laws.
Haven't heard of them? These are laws that allow parents whose kids attend failing schools to band together and "trigger" a change – usually by gathering support from more than half the parents, then changing who's in charge.
Check out the full story on CNN's Schools of Thought.
Lisa Lampanelli is looking pretty fit these days.
The comedian has lost 80 pounds since undergoing gastric sleeve surgery in April, according to In Touch.
Following in the footsteps of Mick Jagger, Justin Timberlake and Jennifer Lopez, among others, Bruno Mars will play host and musical guest on an upcoming episode of “Saturday Night Live,” NBC confirms.
“Im so amped i cant stand still!” Mars tweeted on Monday.
Mac Miller just might be the biggest recording artist you've never heard of. At just the age of 20, the Pittsburgh native has a number one debut album under his belt and he recently made the Forbes list of top hip-hop earners in the last year, netting $6.5 million.
Even though Miller's first album, "Blue Slide Park," was the first independent debut to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 since 1995, there are some critics who questioned whether his being white can make or break his success.
Check out the full story on CNN Radio's Soundwaves.
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