Don’t unleash your “back to school” commercials and sales at me in July, people. Don’t tell me a pumpkin spice latte is available until I at least need long pants to go outside. Let August be August. “Dog days of summer” means so little to me. It’s meant as such an awful thing but in […]

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“Two-headed monster” is what Daryl Hall and John Oates refer to themselves as, because it’s everything they’re not. Arguably the biggest music duo of all time have said they’re able to coexist and churn out hits and perform because essentially — they don’t drive each other crazy and let each other do their own thing. […]

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With sincere apologies to Simon & Garfunkel and to a far lesser degree Cagney & Lacey, Daryl Hall & John Oates are the biggest duo of all time. The legendary musicians have a staggering arsenal of hits – from “Maneater” to “Private Eyes,” and have survived the 1980s virtually unscathed with the exception an occasional […]

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With apologies to VH1, the best thing to happen to the 1980s hasn’t been an I Love… produced special or a Bret Michaels or Scott Baio trainwreck series. It’s unabashedly Fox’s 24, which has breathed new life into stars of the Teddy Ruxpin decade for years now. It all started at the top when the […]

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