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Info regarding Clarence Clemons' Super Bowl appearance corrected.

R.I.P. Clarence Clemons, Amy Winehouse tour cancellations: Morning links

June 20, 2011 - 09:30 AM
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Clarence Clemons, beloved member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, and accomplished sax player in his own right, died Saturday. He was 69. Among the best tributes to Clemons: ESPN talks about his college football career at Maryland State College (now University of Maryland Eastern Shore) and Superbowl half-time show appearance and the Washington Post's obituary makes mention of his ties to Virginia's Tidewater region and Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Guess we shouldn't be holding out hope for an Amy Winehouse U.S. tour: A European comeback show over the weekend was labeled "the worst in the history of Belgrade." If she ever makes it to town, Courtney Love's "worst show in the history of D.C." title is in jeopardy.

People who are home during the day may be interested in the results of the Daytime Emmy Awards.

This is why your Friday sucked.

Green Lantern laid a box office smack down on that movie about penguins.

The Silverdocs film festival starts today--Washington City Paper has a comprehensive guide to the offerings.

Bob Mould's book is racking up the raves.

If you haven't already, read this piece on the '70s Adams Morgan spiritual-funk group Father's Children. And then check out their album release party tomorrow at Marvin.

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