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Zehender, Robinson, Stormer, Cookson Funeral Home

Quincy’s ‘Teenager’, Chuck Yates Would Have Been 68 Today

An icon in local radio, Chuck Yates, would have been 68 years old today. It sounds strange to say that since he was always considered a “teenager” by all who knew him.  Chuck passed away on December 19, 2013. One can only wonder what would have gone on during his morning radio show today if he were still with us. I guarantee it would have been fun because that is what Chuck was all about.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Dick Clark & American Bandstand Started 59 Years Ago

Dick Clark was known as America's oldest teenager having hosted American Bandstand on TV for years. Clark passed away in 2012 after an illustrious career in TV and Radio.

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Special School Helps Teen Combat Childhood Obesity
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Old Rolling Stones Rice Krispies’ Ad Re-Surfaces

An ad for Rice Krispies is usually not a big deal but this one is because it featured Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones.  

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Quincy Boat Club to Host ‘Parrot Head’ Street Party

The Quincy Boat Club will be hosting the Parrot Head River Rendezvous Street Party on Friday and Saturday, August 5 and 6 at the Quincy Boat Club. Both nights are open to the public and will feature great music, food, drinks and fun with a cover charge of just $5 per person.

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Scott Gries,Getty Images

Who Would You Like To See Perform in Concert in Quincy?

What Quincy needs is a really good "big" name concert. I have heard that comment from people for years. The last "big" name concert I can remember was Bret Michaels when he came to Quincy a few years ago. I have wondered why we don't have one "big" concert a year in Quincy.

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‘Rock Against Violence’ Concert at State Room Saturday Night

Dennis Hibbard has seen first hand the violence escalation in Quincy the last two years as he was very close to the Ray Humphrey, Jr. family.  At 14 years of age, Ray was murdered a year ago in March when he was shot sitting outside a friend's home. Then other violent incidents occurred causing Dennis to ask "what can I do to make a difference?" It was then that the idea was spawned to put on a "Rock Against Violence" Concert in Quincy.

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2011 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Presented By Shell - Day 6
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Rev. Raven & The Chain Smokin’ Alter Boys at Blues in the District Tonight

Blues in the District resumes tonight when Reverend Raven & The Chain Smokin' Alter Boys take to the stage.  

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Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Piece by Piece’ is Dynamic. Which Version is Best?

The latest Kelly Clarkson song "Piece by Piece" is a very emotionally charged song that is a very personal reflection of Clarkson's own life.  Her father left her when she was a little girl and Clarkson, now the mother of a little girl herself, wrote the song with some extremely powerful lyrics.

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Studebaker John Webpage
Studebaker John Webpage

Studebaker John Tonight at Blues in the District

It is a music filled Friday in Washington Park today and tonight and both events are free to attend. 

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Here’s How Much Justin Bieber’s Visit Will Cost Taxpayers

Let’s back up. A couple weeks ago, the air conditioner on Justin Bieber’s tour bus went out and instead of cranking down the windows like some knuckle-dragging Neanderthal, Biebs and crew crashed at the Hoffman Mansion up in Hamilton for the night...

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