May 20th, 2010
05:37 PM ET

Argentine rocker in critical condition after 'mini-stroke'

Argentine rock star Gustavo Cerati remained in critical but stable condition following brain surgery for a "mini-stroke" he suffered over the weekend, his doctors said Thursday.

Cerati, whose former band Soda Stereo is among the best known rock bands from Latin America, was in an induced coma at a Caracas, Venezuela, hospital.

"At the moment there is no evidence of neurological deterioration compared to yesterday," hospital director Adolfredo Saez said. "His other organs and systems are functioning normal. Like we have said, his situation is critical."

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May 10th, 2010
12:19 PM ET

Faith Hill, Tim McGraw to spearhead benefit for flood recovery in Tennessee

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(CNN) - Country music stars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announced Monday they will spearhead a benefit concert for flood recovery at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, next month.

"On Tuesday, June 22nd, the Music City community will unite to assist victims of the floods that ravaged Nashville and Middle Tennessee earlier this month," McGraw and Hill said in a news release.

Tickets are to go on sale May 14 and are to be priced between $25 and $75. The concert is to include "numerous other artists," the release said. FULL POST

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May 10th, 2010
12:04 PM ET

Barbara Walters to undergo heart surgery

Talk show host Barbara Walters announced Monday she will undergo surgery this week to replace a faulty heart valve.

"I have known of this condition for a while now, and my doctors and I have decided this is the best time to do the surgery," the 80-year-old co-host of ABC's "The View" said at the opening of Monday's program, which was dedicated to "Hot Topics."

"I love you all, and that's my hot topic for this morning," she told her studio audience after announcing her plans. Walters predicted she would be gone from the show for one to three months, "and then I can come roaring back." FULL POST

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April 27th, 2010
12:57 PM ET

Amy Winehouse takes a tumble

Amy WinehouseLondon (CNN) - Amy Winehouse took a spill over the weekend, sending her to a London clinic for medical treatment, her publicist said Tuesday.

"Amy tripped and fell at home," spokeswoman Tracey Miller said. "She bruised her ribs and also suffered a cut above her eye."

The 26-year-old singer "is recovering and expected to be fine," she said.

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