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On this day: July 29

Vincent van Gogh dies, the Summer Olympics return after World War II, Jack Paar debuts on the "Tonight" show, Dylan crashes his motorcycle, and Prince Charles marries Diana, all on this day.

Delta Machine Launches from Detroit

Depeche Mode one of Modern/New Wave's biggest bands since 1980, kicks off a world tour for their new album Delta Machine right here in Michigan. Delta Machine is the bands 13th studio album and it sounds great, and even better live. Young and old fans came out Thursday night to witness a very entertaining show, which was opened by the band Bat For Lashes who also had an amazing sound. Check out the new album and check out some picks from Thursdays show.

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Celebrities who died too young

Tuesday marks 40 years since "Mama" Cass Elliot died at age 32. In honor of The Mamas & the Papas' singer, join us in remembering her and other stars who died too young, some at the height of their careers.

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20 scariest states in America

Clowns, spiders and snakes, oh my! These states are the scariest in America, according to, well, Americans.

SOUNDGARDEN & NINE INCH NAILS

Famous industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails comes back to Detroit, but this time they teamed up with fellow grunge rockers Soundgarden. Chris Cornell frontman for Soundgarden is no stranger to Detroit, as he hit the stage and said that he knows they are not exactly in Detroit but he was going to call it that anyway. Cornell also dedicated "Day I Tried To Live" to all the Detroiters who had their water shut off recently. Soundgarden had an amazing show and Chris Cornell's voice is still wonderfully ear shattering just like it has been since the early 90's.

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10 vices that are good for you

It's National Milk Chocolate Day. Did you know that chocolate is among 10 vices that can actually be good for you?

1984 Summer Olympics opening ceremony

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On this day: July 28

Vivaldi and Bach die, the first hamburger is sold in the U.S., World War I breaks out, a bomber crashes into the Empire State Building, and the Summer Olympics open up in Los Angeles, all on this day.

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Where are 'Full House' stars today?

Lori Loughlin, better known to "Full House" fans as "Aunt Becky," celebrates her 50th birthday on Monday. As you let that set in, let's take a look at where all the stars of the 1990s sitcom are today.

Wright & Company

1500 Woodward avenue was built in 1891 and was home to a musical instrument dealer and Wright-Kay Jewelry firm. Now it is home to the new gastropub Wright & Company, which is located on the second floor. Co-owned by Dave Kwiatkowski of the famed Sugar House and Marc Djozlija (formerly executive chef for the MGM Grand's Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group) This place is already gaining popularity quick.

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What to know: Ebola

The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history is plaguing West Africa, where at least 660 people have died so far. Learn more about the deadly disease.

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Happiest/unhappiest U.S. cities

It seems that residents of Louisiana are some of the happiest people in the country, and New Yorkers remain some of the unhappiest, according to a new report. Take a look at the happiest - and unhappiest - U.S. cities.

Prince in Purple Rain

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Double threats: Musicians who act

It was three decades ago that pop star Prince became movie star Prince. With "Purple Rain" celebrating its 30th anniversary July 27, join us for a look at "The Purple One" other singing stars who are double threats.

Pope Francis, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio

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Reasons why Pope Francis is cool

Pope Francis is coming to the U.S. in Sept., to head the eighth World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, according to the National Catholic Reporter. Take a look at the many reasons why Pope Francis is cool.

CANT FIGHT A BLIND PIG

Start Gallery in downtown Detroit presents "Cant Fight A Blind Pig" an art show by artist Antoine "Sleep" McDowell. The show depicts stencil pieces of the 1967 Detroit riots, which began when tension mounted after a raid on an unlicensed bar also known as a "blind pig". Said to be one of the deadliest and costliest riots in the history of the United States, Mcdowell recreates stunning images that were taken by photographers such as Lee Balterman who was in the middle of it for four days.



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Defenders: Highly addictive, controversial drug

Tonight at 11 p.m. - A local father's urgent warning! See the dangerous drug that took control of his son's life and how to keep your kids safe.

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