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  • VH1′s latest entry in The Greatest series is one that’s sure to stir up plenty of debate. Starting next Monday night at 10 p.m. ET/PT and running through Friday, we’ll be counting down The 100 Greatest Songs of the ’00s. Each night, host Pete Wentz (whose own “Sugar, We’re Going Down” comes in at #40 on the list!) and a murderer’s row of your favorite comedians and musicians will provide their expert analysis (and a few jokes along the way) about a block of 20 songs that made the aughts such a memorable decade, musically speaking.

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  • This weekend sees the launch of the second State Photo Exhibition, with a special event at the Twisted Pepper in Dublin. Showcasing twelve shots from the State team (Abraham Tarrush, Alan Moore, Alessio Michelini, Claire Weir, Damien McGlynn, James Goulden, Julie Bienvenu, Ian Keegan, Kieran Frost, Loreana Rushe, Sara Divine and Sean Conroy), the artists featured include Bats, The Drums, Fight Like Apes, The Flaming Lips, Green Day, Kelis, Pulp (shot by Damien McGlynn above) and Sufjan Stevens.

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  • To celebrate the 500th episode of the radio show "Little Steven's Underground Garage," host Little Steven welcomed Billie Joe Armstrong (Green Day), Debbie Harry (Blondie), Darlene Love ("He's A Rebel"), Steve Buscemi ("Boardwalk Empire"), Tim Robbins ("Green Lantern"), Jesse Malin (D Generation), Garland Jeffreys ("Wild In the Streets"), Vinny "Big Pussy" Pastore ("The Sopranos") and The Underground Garage Go-Go Girls to a live taping of his show at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square.

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  • Little Steven will be there spinning songs from the 500th episode along with interviewing some special guests including Billie Joe Armstrong, Debbie Harry, Darlene Love, Steve Buscemi, Tim Robbins, Jesse Malin, Garland Jeffreys, and Vinny “Big Pussy” Pastore, plus video tributes, and some surprises!!!

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  • The national tour of AMERICAN IDIOT kicks off in Toronto, ON at the Toronto Centre for the Arts presented by Dancap Productions Inc, and venues for the tour include: The Opera House in Detroit, MI; Opera House in Boston, MA; Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh, NC; Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, MN; Eisenhower Auditorium in State College, PA; Peabody Opera House in St. Louis, MO; Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, CA; Gammage Auditorium in Tempe, AZ; AT&T PAC in Dallas, TX; Segerstrom Center in Costa Mesa, CA; Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA. According to the Toronto Star, the tour will feature 'Degrassi's Jake Epstein as Will and Talia Aaron and Gabriel Antonacci in the ensemble.

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