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Looking Back at New York's Dick Clark

He didn't live here, but Dick Clark will forever be as much a part of New York as anyone who was born here.
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Dick Clark 1929-2012: America's Rockin' Host

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture (2 years ago)

Dick Clark died this morning after 82 years of life and about 60 years in show business. The last 30 were marked by affectionate jokes that he looked fantastic for his age and would probably live forever. Eventually the record stopp... Read Post

Videos: Dick Clark's Best Moments With NYC Musicians

United States / New York : Gothamist (2 years ago)

Dick Clark was born in Mt. Vernon in 1929, and has plenty of ties to New York beyond what became his annual Times Square appearances—he even graduated from Syracuse University. Earlier today "The World's Oldest Teenager" died of a h... Read Post

Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve: Ke$ha resolves not to become a d—–bag

Entertainment : Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch (3 years ago)

Merry New Year! Dick Clark, Ryan Seacrest, Jenny McCarthy, and a reported 1 million revelers welcomed 2011 from Times Square in New York City last night. ABC’s live broadcast of Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve boasted a classic boy-b... Read Post


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