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  • Will Ferrell is about to get saluted, toasted and maybe even a teensy bit roasted when his friends and colleagues celebrate the comedian at the Mark Twain Prize presentation in Washington, D.C.

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    September 12, 2011


    If there's one thing rock stars seem to love almost as much as being rock stars, it's covering their bodies with ink. Here are 25 of our favorite, most creative tattoo designs from rockers, rappers and even a country singer. (Because haven't you heard? Country singers are the new rock stars. Just ask Taylor Swift.)—

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    September 11, 2011


    American Idiot's "Favorite Son" on broadway, Wallace Smith recently blogged his rendition of "Wake Me Up When September Ends" as a tribute to those affected by September 11th. Check it out: HERE

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  • There will be two presale this week. First one begins this Monday, September 12th, 2011 at 12PM LOCAL venue time. Regular presale tickets are available in addition to a limited number of Enhanced Merch Bundles.

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  • There will be two presale this week. First one begins this Monday, September 12th, 2011 at 12PM LOCAL venue time. Regular presale tickets are available in addition to a limited number of Enhanced Merch Bundles.

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    September 11, 2011


    Time Out explores the music that changed the course of world events.

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    September 11, 2011


    New photos from Green Day's recent gig at The Tiki Bar.

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    September 11, 2011


    A decade before American Idiot truly launched Green Day into the mainstream, Dookie was the album that began their rise to the top.

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    September 10, 2011


    American Idiot's "Favorite Son" on broadway, Wallace Smith recently blogged his rendition of "Wake Me Up When September Ends" as a tribute to those affected by September 11th. Check it out: HERE

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  • Everything did change, not all at once, not in an obvious, visible way, at least at first, but the wheels were already in motion. Life on Spy Rock unfolded peacefully and quietly through the rest of 1988 and into 1989. I barely noticed winter that year; spring was bright and full of promise. The Sweet Children record was nearly done; they’d gone into the studio at the end of the year, and by March we had the pieces in place for a 4-song EP.

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