Originally published on Tue September 18, 2012 4:15 pm
A week ago, Oliver Jones — the greatest living jazz musician in Canada — played his hometown Montreal International Jazz Festival, one of the world's largest. "Oliver Jones Plays Oliver Jones," read the bill. It was the first time, he said in a conversation earlier last week, that the pianist, now 77, would be playing strictly his own tunes for an entire set.
Nike has announced that it has removed the name of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno from its child care center in Oregon. Mark Parker, Nike's president and CEO, said he was "deeply saddened" by the results of the investigation.
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Bob Dylan in April 1965, just as he was going electric.
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History Detectives' Elyse Luray (left) and Wes Cowan (right), with Dawn Peterson and the guitar Bob Dylan may or may not have played in '65. Peterson says her father came into possession of the famous instrument.